Producer – Redrover (Korea/China)
Picture Animation Artist recruit ( Producer)
Redrover is a Korea-based animation production company specializing in Global Feature Animations, such as SPARK and The Nut Job (2014).
Our company is listed on the KOSDAQ, and we produce various animated contents for both exhibition and theatrical release.
We are currently looking for global Artist who can contribute to the New project.
Redrover’s Demo Reel:
1. Location: South Korea
3F, Bundang M Tower, 8 Gumi-ro, Seongnam-city, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. (Zip Code: 463-870)
Reports to: President
Manage the day-to-day operation of the production, including crew scheduling, production scheduling, tracking and budgeting of man weeks.
Also responsible for ensuring the projected parameters for production goals, quotas and schedule are met and/or reset as required (if applicable).
The Producer is also responsible for overseeing outsource/service studios such as CG Animation Services and Post-Production Service Facilities
to ensure and maintain the proper allocation of departmental resources throughout the production schedule,
over the course of the entire production cycle (during visual development, pre-production, and production, post-production).
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
– Macro schedule- work with Supervising Producer using budgeted assumptions, breakdown and create a more detailed departmental schedule.
– Manage assigned departments/artists to ensure resources are on target.
– Create and analyze production reports per department and work with Supervising Producer to develop a weekly production status report.
– Breakdown scripts or analyze leicas to plan for new work to be produced. Schedule out work in partnership with Supervising Producer and Director(s) as necessary.
– Support Supervising Producer in terms of defining specific start dates for new hires.
Partner with Supervising Producer (and Recruiting) to ensure start up agendas and packages are prepared for all new hires.
– Update and modify master schedule as required throughout production. Communicate changes to all applicable people.
– Identify schedule variances and monitor changes incurred from approved production plan; recommend corrective action as necessary.
– Conduct a detailed review of all materials, independently as well as via organised reviews with Director/Executive Team.
– Oversee the tracking of art work and weekly footage targets in assigned areas.
– Evolve the file management system as necessary, including that of all artwork created by the design department.
– Ensure that the file management and/or tracking system is being used properly. Check all data for accuracy and to ensure the project is on track.
– Ensure artists are tracking their output and addressing their notes correctly.
– May be assigned responsibility for voice recording and casting.
– Work with Supervising Producer to get clearance feedback and implement it.
– Prepare and distribute weekly production reports to all applicable people.
– Provide President with activity reports on a weekly basis.
– Help to achieve and balance creative and operational goals of the project as well as organise/implement reviews for executive approvals at various milestones
during the production of each episode. Ensure that received revision notes and comments are addressed.
– Identify production issues and proactively loopback this information to production.
– Coordinate screen credits for the production’s final credit cards and main credit roll.
MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION
– Manage applicable coordinators/staff to ensure that they are on track with quotas and scheduling for their crews; provide regular, constructive performance feedback (note-taking).
– Understand and message company core values and encourage and inspire creativity in departments.
– Inspire and motivate team members to perform their best; recognize team members by celebrating success.
– Creatively solve problems, eliminate roadblocks and focus on issues at hand.
– Communicate any scheduling and/or quota issues to the President; proactively encourage open communication between the team and other departments.
– Provide a forum, guidance, and direction for crew members who communicate production / work related issues, promoting an open door policy between, staff, departments and Production Management personnel.
– Ensure End of Show reviews are complete for the entire crew (as applicable).
– Liaise with Overseas Manager/Producer/Service Studio to ensure Input/Output requirements are delivered between studios.
– Liaise with Facilities Coordinator to ensure adequate resources (i.e. furnishings, lighting, and stationery supplies/items) for the production.
– If requested, work with the President and Production Accountant, review and code production related purchase orders, invoices, and expenses.
– Partner with the Production Accountant to monitor production staff attendance and approve production staff requests for time off (as applicable).
– Approve weekly timesheets and ensure they are delivered to the Payroll Manager on time.
– Perform other various duties as assigned by the Line Producer/Producer, including note-taking and distribution of notes.
Required Skills and Experience:
– Project management – proven ability in managing projects from concept to completion. Able to prioritize appropriately and always meet deadlines.
– Excellent teamwork – ability to assemble and motivate teams and work effectively with others.
– Strong written & verbal communication – ability to interact with and integrate requests of directors; good at following directions.
– Organization – demonstrated organizational skills, including a strong attention to detail.
– Strong problem solving skills.
– Excellent conflict resolution and negotiation skills.
– artists capability and performance appraisal
– Experienced with Shotgun and project management
– Experience in traditional 2D and 3D animation production.
– Minimum 7 years of animation/industry experience.
– Work in China and Korea until the project is complete
– Minimum 2-3 years experience in Production Management; preferably as a Producer.
– Proficient in MS office suites including Excel and Word.
– Overseas animation experience a bonus.
3. Job description:
· You will be working five days a week in Korea or China (Shanghai).
· You will be working mainly on the production of our animated feature film, The Nut Job 2.
· We have both part-time (temporary) and full-time positions available.
· The salaries and compensation will be discussed after the interview.
*To apply, please make sure you follow the instructions given below.
4. Application Process
1) Submit your resume via e-mail.
2) Interview (Skype) with the staffs and the executive.
3) We will notify the results individually and discuss the details of the salaries.
5. Application Deadline
Till the position is full.
6. How to Apply
You need to submit your resume along with your cover letter and a portfolio (by link).
Please keep your mail title “Animator Your name”
your form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the application form is submitted, beware that we will not be able to return it to you.
The interview dates will be scheduled after we process the submitted application forms.
Email us for further questions.
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