jobby: 2D Digital Animation Supervisor, Nelvana, Toronto

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Nelvana Limited – A Corus Entertainment Company

2D Digital Animation Supervisor – Contract Position

Toronto

Nelvana Studio has an exciting opportunity for 2D Digital Supervising Animator in our Toronto office. This position reports to the Director, manages the animators and is responsible for ensuring animation quality is maintained and delivered on schedule.

 

Duties include but not limited to:

  • supervising animators
  • assigning scenes to animators
  • Testing and troubleshooting assets to ensure functionality
  • Reviewing and calling re-takes at layout stage
  • Assigning, tracking and creatively reviewing Animator’s work to ensure it is completed on schedule and meets the standards and style of the series
  • mentoring Animators

 

Required skills include:

  • Knowledge of both design and how design to be animated (breaking)
  • Proficiency in Harmony, Storyboard Pro, Photoshop, Excel, Word as well as other 2D software packages as required
  • Strong eye for acting, action analysis, and over all animation skills
  • Ability to communicate visually
  • High level of interpersonal and communication skills via verbal and/or written techniques

 

Interested applicants are invited to send a Demo Reel and Resume to: Nelvana.studio@corusent.com

*Please include 2D Digital Supervising Animator” in the subject line on your cover letter.

*No phone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Corus is committed to providing a fair and equitable work environment and encourages applications from qualified women, men, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities

 

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