Animator

Mytonomy    Bethesda, MD
Job Description

Applicants should have a well-developed portfolio of animation and motion graphic work, technical proficiency, and relevant professional credentials. Previous medical animation strongly preferred. Animators will collaborate with clients and the production team to understand needs, review scripts, design storyboards, and create and edit animations. Proficiency in appropriate software (and other techniques) to produce animations. Ability to listen and apply feedback to ensure the final product aligns with client needs, and is delivered on time within budget.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • 2D drawn animation
  • 2D computer animation
  • Stop frame or stop motion animation
  • 3D computer generated (CG) animation
  • Drawing skills
  • Understand how people move and express emotions
  • PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Creative
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent communicator
  • Organized
  • Work well as part of a team and able to take direction
  • Able to follow a brief and work on own initiative
  • Work well under pressure to meet deadlines
  • STRONG PREFERENCE FOR

  • Bachelor's degree or certificate in computer animation, fine arts, graphic design, or related field.
  • Varied portfolio including narrative content
  • Script writing experience
  • Understanding of storytelling and character development techniques
  • Strong background as a freelance artist
  • Excellent startup compensation (including equity for a Series A funded company) and health insurance (with a growing benefits package). Interested candidates should forward a resume to resumes@mytonomy.com with animator in the subject line.


    Wed, 06 Feb 2019 17:56:36 GMT

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