Motion Designer and Editor 2 

About SoFi Stadium Company

SoFi Stadium is an unprecedented and unparalleled sports and entertainment destination being built in Inglewood, CA, by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke. The first indoor-outdoor stadium to be constructed, SoFi Stadium will be the home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams when it opens in summer 2020. The state-of-the-art stadium re-imagines the fan experience and will host a variety of events year-round including Super Bowl LVI in 2022, the College Football Championship Game in 2023, and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2028. Located on the site of the former Hollywood Park racetrack, the stadium is the centerpiece of a 298-acre mixed-use development featuring retail, commercial office space, a hotel, residential units, and outdoor park spaces.


Position Summary

The Motion Designer and Editor will be responsible for graphic design, animating, video editing and producing for SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park reporting to the Production Manager and Motion designer. Technical implementation and production of elements for features, embedded video or video board related content for the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers and all SoFi Stadium events.


Roles and Responsibilities

    • Create and design motion graphics & edits for various digital video displays and digital media platforms
    • Create 2D and 3D motion graphics animations for videos and digital experiences
    • Design style frames, build storyboards, animate and composite videos
    • Provide design support for internal requests, major and private events
    • Collaborate with sponsorship team to coordinate and schedule playlist
    • Create and organize sponsorship playlist for major and private events
    • Work with the Xpression Designer and Programmer to deliver play summaries
    • Develop a schedule to present sponsorship content and meeting obligations 
    • Responsible for quality control for all aspects of graphic and video production
    • Work on multiple projects concurrently, meet demanding review schedules, and balance time constraints
    • Act as co-lead when initiatives call for motion design/video production expertise and stewardship



Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree emphasis in motion design, video editing and/or post-production
  • 3-5 years’ work experience in video and live production

Required Skills

    • 3-5+ years in motion design, title design and/or motion graphics (sports, events, studio, agency or freelance)
    • Strong expertise in motion design and animation platforms (After Effects, Cinema 4D)
    • Knowledge of transcoding various raw formatted video  
    • Advanced knowledge of non-linear editing software (Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, Avid)
    • Ability to self-manage and organize project workloads around tight and demanding deadlines
    • Must be highly collaborative and able to maintain creative excellence in a fast-paced, ever changing landscape
    • Knowledge of live production and video control room technology a big plus
    • Knowledge of Ross Xpression as run log
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Flexible in working hours including nights, weekends and holidays when needed
    • Candidate MUST be able to supply web-links to completed work, demo reels or any other content, which validates their application and work experience



Knowledge of the following equipment [Bonus]

  • Microsoft Office family; Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Sponsorship Experience is a plus
  • Adobe Creative Cloud family; Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator, Premiere, etc.
  • Cinema 4D
  • Mac OS  


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