Adcom – Cleveland’s premier marketing, brand positioning and advertising agency – is looking for a mid- to senior-level motion designer. Is that you? Well, if you’ve got a knack for dropping jaws and making eyes bulge with your elite animation, design and video production skills, we want to meet you. Let’s find out if you’ve got what it takes to become part of the next big brand experience…
You should be:
- Willing to tackle creative and technical challenges.
- A strong designer and storyteller.
- Able to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
- Reliable with respect to production schedules and deadlines.
- Comfortable taking direction or working independently.
You should have:
- Strong animation skills using Adobe After Effects (Video Copilot Element and Trapcode plugins a plus).
- Working knowledge of C4D for basic to mid-level 3D tasks.
- Solid understanding of compositing, roto, and tracking.
- Exceptional Photoshop design and comping skills.
- Live-action video editing experience.
You will be:
- Responsible for concepting and producing custom motion graphic work.
- Concepting and designing styleframes for new projects.
- Communicating ideas to clients and internal teams.
- Supporting larger projects as part of a team and executing existing concepts under in-house direction.
- Assisting in traditional video-editing jobs when necessary.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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