Scanline VFXVancouver, BC
Full Time Job
This role could be based in LA or Vancouver and for the right candidate, willing to work at both studios. The VFX Producer reports to the President, Vice President and Executive Producer. He/she is responsible for constructing the overall show schedule, ensuring the Production Supervision staff is meeting the schedule, and watching over the day-to-day operations of the show within the facility. He/she is responsible for ensuring clear communication to the client and the production team, and that the production delivers on time and within the budget. Along with the VFX Supervisor, he/she is responsible for artistic cohesion with the client.
In tandem with the Digital Production Manager constructs the initial High Level schedule of deliverable milestones and dates.
Works with the supervisory team to assess the original scope of work and all creative iterative changes from a time, schedule and budget perspective.
In tandem with the Digital Production Manager, helps determine show crewing and scheduling.
Manages day-to-day operations of the show within the facility, including watching over the DPM, coordinators and members of the Production Staff.
Manages the overall timely information flow within the show and between the show and facility.
Works in tandem with the VFX, CG and Compositing Supervisors to foster the partnership betweenthe creative and production arms of the Production Supervision crew.
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
A four year university degree
5 Years' experience on major feature films
Experience on a large (500+ shots) multi-vendor production
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Advanced Excel skills
Shotgun, or other production management software experience, not required, but definitely preferred.
Outsource experience not required, but definitely preferred
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
We want to be able to reach you easily and much of our correspondence is via email and this helps us keep your information together in one file. That way you're not lost in the system.
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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