jobby: Compositor, Rocket Science VFX, Toronto

By Mike Valiquette

8613515_300x300Rocket Science VFX is looking to hire talented Digital Compositors for our upcoming slate of projects.

Job Duties:

  • The ability to seamlessly integrate 2D, 3D and live action elements in a photo-realistic way
  • Solve problems under tight deadlines and fast shot turnaround
  • Blue Screen/Green Screen Matte Extraction, Color-Correction and 2D tracking abilities, as well as Rotoscoping and paint skills
  • Taking direction from Lead compositors and VFX Supervisors & working within a team environment
  • Balancing the creative and technical aspects of each shot

 

Qualifications:

  • Experience working in NUKE is a must
  • Strong knowledge of the Nuke 3D environment and projection mapping
  • Able to work in a fast paced environment under tight deadlines imperative
  • A firm understanding of both feature film and television VFX production pipelines
  • A strong eye for detail, composition, colour and lighting
  • Strong understanding of color space principles
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize and problem solve
  • Must be a team player with excellent communication and organizational skills

 

Skills Requirements

  • College Certificate &/or degree in animation/VFX or applicable industry experience required

 

Terms: hiring for both permanent full time and contract work

Wage: $40 – $60K annually

If you’re a fantastic Compositor that works smart, hard and fast to make great work we want to hear from you. To apply to work at our Toronto Studio send us your online reel and resume to job-bank@rsvfx.com

 

 

 

 

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