2D Animator (NOC 5241)

Position: 2D Animator (NOC 5241) – full time position

Company: Titmouse Canada Animation Inc. (dba “Titmouse Canada”)

Website: https://titmouse.net/

Business Address: 31 W 3rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 3T8

Wage Range: ~55K CAD per year

Language: English

Job Location: 31 W 3rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 3T8. Remote until restrictions are lifted.

Start Date of Employment: As soon as possible

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Create high quality 2D Flash animation sequences by creating storytelling poses and putting them on model
Animate scene from rough to clean and complete work by the scheduled deadline
Perform one or more passes of revisions according to client/director notes
Draw in Adobe Flash to create designs/poses for animation sequences and layouts
Understand storytelling as told through Character emotion/movement

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND REQUIRED ABILITIES:
Must have a strong sense of animation basics, acting, staging, posing and timing
Strong animation knowledge
Good organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Maintain confidentiality over all matters and proprietary information
Prioritize work to meet goals or deadlines
Ability to multi-task, work in a fast-paced production environment and manage time wisely
Ability to be detail-oriented, flexible/adaptable essential
Has a sense of style or artistry
Has a creative mindset and passion for arts

EDUCATION AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS:
3+ years of college studies in an animation focused program or the following:
Basic computer knowledge
Ability to quickly learn new software applications essential
In-depth knowledge of Adobe Animation suite; including After Effects pertaining to layer, mattes, camera, effects and rendering
Ability and aptitude for creative problem-solving in order to assemble the final shot
Working knowledge of Adobe Flash

WORK EXPERIENCE:
Internship, freelance or previous working experience on a 2D animated project.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Please send resumes by email to jobs@titmouse.net
604-757-4203

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