Force Therapeutics is a health-tech company that is changing the way patients recover from injury and surgery. The Force platform delivers prescriptive and relevant video-based education to patients when they need it most. We have treated over 80 thousand patients with our platform and continue to grow our team and our impact.

Force is hiring an Animator to produce, edit, and animate original educational & explainer videos. Top candidates will have experience storyboarding, conceptualizing, and executing animations, as well as skills in video/audio editing and graphic design. 

Responsibilities:

  • Work both independently and collaboratively to design motion graphics that transform complicated concepts into clear, patient-friendly visuals
  • Bring your creative energy to every project, from creating graphics to producing fully animated explainer videos 
  • Participate in project kick-offs, creative concepting, and ideation sessions
  • Turn written scripts into clear storyboards to visually communicate your ideas 
  • Maintain & grow the Creative Cloud library of animation assets and graphics
  • Utilize knowledge of advanced principles of design, using a variety of applications including Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition
  • Explore new and creative ways to turn medical and health content into engaging visuals
  • Meet all deadlines and communicate editing statuses effectively 
  • Collaborate with the UI/UX team to expand our style guidelines

Requirements:

  • You enjoy turning complex written ideas into captivating visuals
  • You have a professional-level understanding of Adobe Suite, with a high level of expertise in Adobe After Effects and Illustrator. You should be comfortable navigating through existing project files.
  • You know how to design, rig, and animate 2D characters within After Effects
  • You can seamlessly combine animation with live-action footage
  • You have demonstrable graphic design & layout skills 
  • You welcome feedback, love to learn, and get energy from working closely with a team.
  • You are an exceptional communicator with strong interpersonal and creative instincts, and the poise to navigate the fast-paced ambiguity of a startup.
  • You are detail-oriented and well organized, with top-notch time management skills enabling you to thrive in a deadline-driven environment.

Bonus Points:

  • Proficiency in Adobe Premiere & Audition
  • Experience creating medical or education-related content

Applications should include a resume and a link to a portfolio/work samples showcasing your relevant skills and experience.

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