Luma Pictures - Digital Coordinator Position (Los Angeles)


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[B]Digital Coordinator Position

Luma Pictures[/B] is an artist centric feature film VFX studio located two blocks from the beach in Santa Monica, California. *We maintain a unique culture with an amazingly talented staff and are always on the lookout for exceptional people for full time and project positions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate various departments (Asset / Anim / Comp / Lite / FX / etc)
  • Review all incoming notes for department relevance and distribute as needed
  • Track/manage notes, receivables, artist tasks and assignments
  • Walk the floor, gather artist needs, follow up on action items
  • Manage render farm priorities
  • Evaluate incoming media and discuss/qualify with supervisors
  • Take notes at internal and client meetings
  • Set up Cinesync sessions

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Strong work ethic*
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Solid time-management skills and ability to multi-task
  • Exceptional organizational and communication skills
  • Positive attitude and effective interpersonal skills: authoritative but approachable
  • Proactive with inferring and communicating priorities from available information
  • Extensive knowledge of CG pipeline, particularly lighting passes, fur, and FX simulations.
  • Ability to take direction positively, work well within a team and thrive under the pressure of tight deadlines
  • Additionally, you must be willing & able to relocate to LA if necessary.

PLUSES:

  • Understand basic compositing and editorial concepts (After Effects / Final Cut / Avid)
  • Experience with databases (File Maker / Sequel Pro)
  • Mastery of OSX environment
  • Experience with budgeting, breakdowns
  • Previous experience coordinating lighting, fur, and/or FX departments.

SUBMISSIONS:
If you think you fit the bill and want a quick response, upload your reel/portfolio and a shot breakdown to www.lumapictures.com.


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