Native Spanish Video Editor / Motion Graphics Designer at MediaMonks HQ
MediaMonks is looking for a junior- to mid-level Motion Graphics Monk who speaks Spanish fluently, to move pixels across space with grace.
About the Job
- You’ll be part of an international project team and create motion graphics for a wide variety of projects for our biggest clients
- The job’s a mix of original work and creating equally awesome adaptations from existing styles and assets.
- You work as part of a fully integrated production operation, with Monks from all production disciplines working together to craft awesome work.
- This means you can team up with top-notch artists and illustrators to achieve a specific style.
- Next to creating marvellous Motion Graphics, you will also be doing some awesome, but basic editing.
- This full-time position is based at our HQ Office in Hilversum (<meta name=“Amsterdam”/>).
- You are a native Spanish Speaker and are able to take briefs and copy in your language and craft them into an art piece.
- You speak English fluently.
- For this position, we are looking for a versatile animation artist with 2+ years of high-level experience in the motion graphics field.
- You can produce drop-dead gorgeous animations, illustrations and designs, even under skinny jeans-tight deadlines.
- Your first-rate skills with After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop are second to none.
- In addition to producing awesome motion graphics, you can also create storyboards and styleframes in a wide variety of styles from concept to execution.
- When it comes to animating graphics, you know how to get the principal details right, or break ’em for artistic effect.
- Ideally, you also boast some basic (or bold) skills in traditional animation software and/or Cinema 4D.
- Knowledge 3D knowledge is a big plus.
- Next to the language of motion, you can make yourself clear in English too, because the job’s not just about technical artistry.
- To excel in this role, you have to be a team player, skilled in communicating problems and progress, and practiced in working together with juniors and seniors alike.
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