Copernicus Studios is looking for the next great crew members to join us for Season 3 of Solar Opposites!
In the past year we have expanded our remote workforce across Canada and are looking for Harmony Animators to be based in British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia. We also have the opportunity for you to work within our studio in Halifax. This role is scheduled to begin on November 1, 2021.
What You Will Be Doing:
- You’ll be taking approved characters/props for assigned scenes and positioning them in the key poses for animating. You will be responsible for in-betweening, animating any additional settles and follow through needed to polish.
- You’ll work closely with the Animation Supervisor on assigned scenes to incorporate notes and you’ll work collaboratively with other animators to deliver high quality animation on a super fun show!
What We Need From You:
- The ideal candidate will have a Degree or Diploma in Traditional/2D Animation or equivalent technical training. We’re looking for experience in 2D Character Animation for television, film, and/or a demo reel displaying the required skills
- Toon Boom Harmony experience necessary with an impeccable understanding of Animation Principles
- Able to work efficiently with Harmony rigs
- Strong time management skills and the ability to prioritize work coupled with excellent written communication skills
What We Offer:
- The flexibility of working from the comforts of your own home if you choose to do so i.e. a great work/life balance
- The opportunity to work on a well-established show with plenty of reference and training material to get you up to speed
- Competitive Salary
Applicants must be currently eligible to work in Canada i.e. Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or eligible Work Permit or willing to relocate to Canada
Copernicus Studios embraces and encourages inclusion and diversity. We welcome applicants in historically underrepresented groups such as indigenous persons, racially visible persons, persons with a disability, women, and persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity. We also acknowledge and value new Canadians that are working to establish their roots in Nova Scotia. Please feel free to self-identify.