Motion Graphics Designer
The Motion Graphics Designer is responsible for supporting the Wrigley Field video boards and organizational content needs through graphic and video creation. A thorough understanding of graphic and post production workflows and technology is required.
- Conceptualize, design and create still and motion graphics for various digital signage and platforms, including but not limited to: Wrigley Field video boards, Sloan Park video boards, social media content, Cubs Convention, presentations and sponsorship).
- Support Chicago Cubs content initiatives with graphic elements and video editing.
- Edit video content for Wrigley Field video boards.
- Assist game day staff with setup and execution of graphic elements as needed.
- Maintain working knowledge of all control room equipment for the purpose of set up and preparation for Chicago Cubs home games as well as concerts and events.
- Minimum 2 years experience creating still and motion graphics in a professional environment.
- Expert knowledge of the following Adobe Creative Suite programs: After Effects, Premiere Pro, Illustrator and Photoshop.
- Proficiency with Cinema 4D.
- Demonstrated ability to operate under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
- Attend all home games and events which may include evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.
- Knowledge of file-based production and post-production flows.
- Prior experience with Daktronics and Chyron equipment.
- Prior experience in live event production within a control room environment.
- Knowledge of the Chicago Cubs organization, history, and Wrigley Field, as well as the game of baseball.
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