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Business Insider hiring an associate producer for animation
Gene Kim Business Insider is hiring an associate producer who is a master of After Effects and can create beautifully animated videos. We are looking for someone who can come up with concepts for visualizing complex ideas. This producer should be able to put together simple animations on tight deadlines as well.
Mastery of Adobe After Effects and Premiere is a must. Character animation, Trapcode Particular experience, and Cinema 4D knowledge is a plus. The producer will work closely with the video team to produce stories with a wide, general audience reach.
The ideal candidate has a strong visual sense and can creatively illustrate a wide variety of subjects including science, business, technology, and innovation.
Here's a look at BI Video's growing animation catalog:
If this sounds like your dream job, APPLY HERE with a resume and cover letter telling us why you should be a video producer at Business Insider. Please also send a demo reel or samples from projects that you have worked on.
Business Insider offers competitive compensation packages complete with benefits. This is a full-time position based in our NYC office.
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