IT & Internet
£25,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
Motion Graphics Designer – Soho, London
Salary – £25k - £35k based on experience
A creative content company. A trusted creator for global brands and entertainment companies. Working with clients who share a passion for innovation and quality and are driven to produce compelling content. With offices and production facilities in London and New York their talented staff produce engaging assets for broadcast, digital, film and social. Accepting a forever changing world as it fuels new technological and creative responses to keep content fresh and relevant. Whether it’s advertising, promotions, information, documentaries or feature films the objective is the same – Elevate your content. Entertain your audience.
The client is a leading production company of choice for the world's biggest theatrical productions, artists and live events. They are looking for a Motion Graphics Designer to join their core postproduction team. The work encompasses everything from television commercials to feature live concert films. If you like your work to be seen, if you like to be a part of the creative process and not just a cog in the wheel, then you are needed.
Skills and Experience
You will work closely with the Creative Director to develop creative concepts – a collaborative work ethic.
You will have studio experience and organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while creating a range of designs and animations for each project. Juggle more than one job at a time.
The ability to convey ideas from quick thumbnail sketches through to executing polished productions.
Demonstrated ability to understand client business goals into meaningful design. At the end of the day - musicans have to stream songs. Shows have to sell tickets. Make it look great and make it communicate.
You are quick, accurate, stress tolerant, a problem solver with good communication skills and a strong understanding of motion graphics, video and filming.
Must be able to work to deadlines and quick turnaround times.
Have excellent design skills.
Don't care if you went to university, college or anywhere. They want to see your work. The client wants to see your thinking. So, whatever you send, make it represent the best of your creativity - and that may mean a corporate logo you built - as long as you can explain the thinking behind it.
Experience using After Effects, Photoshop, crazy plug ins, and if you have a penchant for Cinema 4D - then great!
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