VICE and it’s TV network, VICELAND, is seeking a motion graphics art director for the brand and their shows. This includes third party animations under VICE Visual Studio. You will have a deep understanding of motion graphics, broadcast, leading a small team — including freelancers, and a willingness to be hands-on. We're based in Brooklyn, NY.
- Organize daily requests and projects
- You'll communicate with producers, editors and supervisors on design project needs and requests
- Delegate roles and duties on projects
- Coordinate freelancers and designers for projects
- You'll trouble shoot and take design feedback from producers, editors, supervisors and directors
- You'll provide oversight and quality control on projects
- Handle deadlines and a brief with elite accuracy
- Concept show packages and campaigns
- Storyboarding/style framing show titles and scenes
- You'll design creative graphics for VICE/VICLEAND campaigns, VICELAND shows + outside shows and films under the VICE Visual Studio
- Design, animate, and edit standalone motion graphics packages
- You'll craft assets and templates for video editors
- You'll ideate solves that require graphics or visual effects
- A Bachelors degree in Fine Arts or a related field is helpful
- 5+ years of professional experience in design
- You're inventive, diligent, attentive and have creative analytical skills
- Ability to delegate resources and communicate effectively and articulately with designers and producers
- Deep interpersonal skills and ability to multi-task a dynamic environment
- Strong proficiency & experience in motion graphics programs, including AfterEffects, and 3D programs such Cinema 4D or Maya, and its plugins.
- Experience in rotoscoping and visual effects
- Ability to parallel-path multiple responsibilities and assignments under strict deadlines
- A deep understanding and enthusiasm for the VICE brand and its network, VICELAND
- Adobe Premier experience a plus
- Understanding of editing and camera techniques
- Understanding of typography
- Working knowledge of film and photography basics
- Experience in broadcast
If you require a reasonable accommodation during the application and selection process, please let us know. We will work together to best meet your needs.
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- Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily, with or without a reasonable accommodation. The requirements and essential functions described above are not an exhaustive list and instead are meant to describe the general nature and level of work required of the job. VICE reserves the right to modify the essential functions of this position where a legitimate business exists.
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