2D Motion Graphics Animator:Maryland-Goddard Space Flight Center

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  01 January 2013
2D Motion Graphics Animator:Maryland-Goddard Space Flight Center

2D Motion Graphics Animator
AIMM, Advocates in Manpower Management Greenbelt, MD
Posted: January 17, 2013 more jobs like this More from this Employer

Full Time Job
AIMM seeks a full-time 2D Animator and Motion Graphics Designer for NASA/ Goddard. This person will be responsible for transforming ideas and narrative scripts into powerful visual stories for a wide range of audiences: broadcast media, media websites, educators, students, science center professionals, and the general public. Ideal candidates are experienced, driven, and have the aptitude to make projects come alive. As a member of NASA's Conceptual Image Lab, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide-range of projects across all of NASA's science themes.

Key responsibilities

Conceptualize, design, and craft motion graphics solutions for client's creative visions
Create short form video content, video news releases, live public affairs and news programming, educational vignettes, webcasts, and integrated web content.
Collaborate with our team of writers, producers, editors and fellow animators, as well as work independently, to achieve the best possible results.

Required Skills
Bachelor or Master's degree in graphics/animation, video production required.
Candidates should have 2-5 years of motion graphics or animation experience.
Candidates must be familiar with entire arc of video production process from concept to completion.
Experience with After Effects and Photoshop required. Autodesk Maya animation software experience a bonus.
Strong project management, organizational and artistic skills desired

This position is located at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD.


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