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This is a full-time position and will be based in our studio in Dublin, Ireland.
The role is only open to applicants willing to relocate to Ireland when required and applicants should ideally be eligible to work within the EEA. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions this position may commence as a remote working position becoming an in-house position when it is possible to do so.
Please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org – please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email, for example: “Application – Storyboard Artist Position”
We will endeavour to respond to all applicants, but due to the high volume of applications we receive a reply might not always be possible.
Starting date: Start dates throughout May & June
Collaborate with Storyboard Supervisor and Episodic Director(s) to develop expressive, entertaining storyboards, following the cinematic style and storytelling rules of the project
Work closely with Creative Supervisor(s) to discuss and plan episodic boards to make sure the key themes and objectives of each episode are achieved
Follow episodic briefs and work assignments provided by supervisor(s)
Ensure quality, direction and style of show is consistently achieved and strived for throughout production
Work with Editor to ensure storyboard panels are delivered correctly
Attend pitch meetings, reviews and episodic launches as required.
Implement internal and external client notes as required
Meet all deadlines and milestones as set out by Production team
Communicate progress of work to supervisor(s) and production team
Be proactive in flagging any potential issues or delays to supervisor(s) and production team
Follow Storyboard workflows and file management systems according to production guidelines
2+ years of experience in animated projects, preferably with CG TV series
Ability to express character emotion and attitude through drawings
Great understanding of cinematography, staging and storytelling
Strong knowledge of anatomy, perspective, and composition
Ability to brainstorm inventive ideas to plus story material
Willingness to rework material multiple times while keeping a fresh eye
Ability to work collaboratively with multiple tasks in a fast-paced production
Ability to quickly and effectively illustrate in any style required
Proven and Effective communication skills both written and verbal
Manage timelines ensuring work is delivered on schedule
Expert Adobe Photoshop skills
Experience with Flix and Shotgrid a plus