VFX Coordinator - Mid - Sr.
Scanline VFXVancouver, BC
Full Time Job
Under the guidance of the Supervising Producer or Digital Production Manager; works with producers and artists to ensure shots are being tracked and delivered according to established targets and milestones. This position coordinates our cross-functional production teams and requires effective project management skills. We look for clear communicators that demonstrate a high level organization and possesses a very proactive / positive attitude.
Scheduling, prioritizing and tracking internal technical assignments and project details.
Organize dailies, rounds and project meetings; organize and setup rooms/media for
Ensure Shotgun (project management tool) statuses and task assignments are kept up to date.
Coordinate and package shot deliveries including submission documentation.
Ensure teams are clear on daily delivery objectives; calendar management.
Record all shot notes whether from clients, dailies, and rounds.
Ensuring effective communication and continual team updates.
Coordinating and monitoring multiple projects effectively.
Ensuring project scope, status and completion information up to date (Shotgun).
Documenting decisions and requests, and ensuring items are tracked and managed appropriately.
Communicate any schedule changes to appropriate stakeholders; escalates to Supervisor/Producers as needed.
Monitoring and controlling progress, issues and preparing reports.
Ensuring work is being approved and completed on time and to specification.
Establishing quality control and project closure processes.
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
Business Administration Degree/Diploma (a plus)
Minimum 2-5 years of experience within the VFX or film production industry.
Highly organized with excellent scheduling and task management skills.
Demonstrated project management experience with the ability to problem solve effectively in a fast paced environment.
Conversant with visual effects terminologies and processes.
Ability to liaise and collaborate with clients, artists and producers.
Understanding of visual effects processes including asset development, layout, matte painting, animation, fx, lighting and compositing is considered an asset.
Working experience with Shotgun (project software) is considered an asset.
Intermediate-Advanced knowledge of MS Office package (including word, excel)
Understanding knowledge of Linux, Nuke and other 2D/3D packages are considered assets.
Additional functions or requirements may be assigned by management as deemed appropriate.
APPLY ONLY ONCE.
We keep your resume on file for 6 months so no need to apply again unless there are significant changes or unless you're applying for a different position.
ALWAYS APPLY WITH THE SAME EMAIL
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Resume - Include in your resume the names of the company's you worked with and the dates you were there. Max 2 pages.
Cover Letter - tell us a little about yourself and what makes you the ideal candidate.
Reel Breakdown - demonstrates what you did on each shot and the tools used - Go ahead! Show off your talent/skills here. Via email:
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