Senior Designer Animator
The Senior Designer/Animator will design and animate motion graphics for the NFL Networks’ television broadcasts. This artist will play a pivotal role in creating elements for the network’s live shows. This position will work directly with the Graphics Department Art Director and show Producers. Travel is required.
Essential Duties Include:
- Design and animate show elements
- Create 2D and/or 3D content
- Possess strong tracking capabilities
- Composition of live motion graphic elements
Responsibilities & Required Software Skills:
- Capable of working within the guidelines of an existing graphics package to maintain consistency and quality
- Knowledge of 2D & 3D design is imperative.
- Advanced knowledge of After Effects, Photoshop, SynthEyes and Cinema 4d.
- Solid understanding of the production process
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Must be flexible, deadline driven and able to confidently deliver graphics with complete accuracy
- Must adhere to existing workflow and file structure
- Willingness to travel within the Continental United States
- College Graduate or comparable experience in broadcast television.
- Candidate must have 3-5 years of experience working in broadcast graphics production
- Demonstrated experience using Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, SynthEyes & Cinema 4D.
- Working knowledge of Excel, File Maker Pro, Microsoft Word and Outlook
- Fundamental understanding of time management techniques as they relate to Graphic Production
- Ability to work nights, holidays and weekends as required during certain times of the year.
- Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to multitask and work effectively under changing priorities, heavy deadlines, and daily time constraints
Ideal individual will be capable of taking initiative, following department processes and procedures. He/she should have a keen eye and remarkable sense of confidence when it comes to design and animation. Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently is a huge plus.
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