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15 September 2017

Senior Motion Designer

  • Reference: aac150917d
  • Location: Manchester City Centre
  • Salary: Up to £35,000
  • Type: Permanent
  • Sector: Creative Agency
  • Consultant email: info@thecandidate.co.uk
  • Consultant telephone: +44 161 833 1044

Design top of the range motion graphics that tell stories at this top agency!

Work for a top creative agency based in Manchester City Centre as their newest Senior Motion Designer. They will be responsible for the highest quality 2d and 3d motion work. This an opportunity to work with those at the top of their game when it comes to the industry and will work alongside some of the best in the business.

This agency work but also look after their staff offering top of the range offices, a competitive salary and bespoke additional benefits.

Skills and Attributes

  • Strong experience in delivering cutting edge creative motion designs
  • Experience in making concepts into stories
  • Excellent skills in 3D Max/ Cinema 4D, After Effects and Adobe Creative Suite Software
  • Experience in Houdini, Octane, Redshift and Touch Design
  • Full of ideas and creativity
  • Ability to take and work client briefs
  • A talent for developing and encouraging junior team members
  • A problem solver who is solution based

If you bursting with creativity and are ready for your next move then do not hesitate and apply today! Alternatively to speak to one of our award winning team 0161 833 1044 or email info@thecandidate.co.uk.



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