Animator

Location: United States

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

We’re looking to hire a full time 2D Animator at Column Five. We are seeking a 2D animator who is able to solve complex design problems using skills in storyboarding, design, animation, and creative storytelling. Advanced skills in After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop and the ability to translate static design into memorable motion graphics are all required for this role.

Beyond 2D motion and animation skills we are looking for a person with a solid understanding of foundational design elements from compositional layout to illustration to typography.

Animators are vital team players and must be able to collaborate to create a vision, work under tight agency deadlines and have humility to be responsive to feedback from the team and our clients on each project.

See C5's 10 year anniversary reel to see the type of work required of our animators and motion designers. If you can execute this level or higher, we welcome the opportunity to meet you!

Requirements

  • Portfolio must show examples of generalist motion graphics work, 2D animation, character rigging/animation, and UI animation
  • Must have advanced skills in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically in After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop
  • The ability and passion to learn new techniques and plugins
  • Examples of 3D animation a plus, but should not be the mainstay of your interests in animation
  • Knowledge of Cinema 4D and Premiere Pro a plus
  • Broad knowledge of and ability to work in a variety of design aesthetics
  • Strong communication skills, ability to clearly articulate design decisions
  • Humility to listen, grow and learn 
  • 3+ years of experience in an agency or comparable full-time animation or motion design position

How to Apply

Please apply with a link to your portfolio, including a reel with breakdown, a current resume and a cover letter that includes why you are the right person for Column Five.

We are only considering candidates who provide a link to a reel.
No phone calls or recruiters, please. EOE.

About Us

Our company is relaxed, but we work at a fast pace. We thrive in an environment filled with competition, camaraderie, and collaboration. While we value sharp minds and professionalism, we like to surround ourselves with people who have a sense of humor and who understand what it means to be confident yet humble. We know how to get things done and have fun at the same time. We request the same from you.

Job Perks

Competitive salaries, full health insurance, education funds, FSA plans, generous 401(k) savings plans and a fun and connected team.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Location: Remote USA

 

 

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