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jobby: Assistant Leica Editor, Guru Studio, Toronto

June 15, 2012

Assistant Leica Editor
Location: 110 Spadina Ave Suite 500, Toronto
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.
Duration: TBD

Guru studio, the award winning and internationally renowned animation facility in Toronto is looking for an Assistant Leica Editor to assist the Editor with Leica’s, storyboards and other editing as required for the 2nd season of an exciting preschool television series for an international broadcaster.



Understanding of 3D concepts and workflows

Understands Final Cut Pro

Good organization, ability to juggle multiple tasks
Strong communication and timeline skills
Takes direction well
Ability to work independently

Knowledge of Photoshop / After Effects a plus



Carries out assigned aspects of animation series editing activities.

Compiles and maintains continuity and integrity issues list; multiple timelines

Assists in organizing and storing digital and photographic elements.

Sets up dailies.

With guidance, carries out assigned editing tasks.

Able to edit multiple types of animated sequences.

To apply:
Please email resumes and links to blogs, portfolios or reels (Vimeo preferred) to: with Assistant Leica Editor  in the subject line.

No phone calls please.

We are unable to return materials, so please do not submit originals. Only selected candidates will be contacted. Candidate must be a Canadian Citizen and a resident of Ontario. Guru studio is an equal opportunity employer.

Please indicate where you saw this ad in your cover letter.

One Comment

  1. charlie (v1) charlie (v1) June 17, 2012

    I wouldn’t bother applying unless you support a company that promotes free labour. Even after they were exposed, they continued to hire unpaid artist.

    It went under the radar because the supervisor there is a local professor at Seneca College. He’s been recruiting his current and past students to work for free. The unpaid intern isn’t as large as the first season but it’s still going on.

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