Production Coordinator
Rigging, Animation, And FX
Posted on 11/30/2023
INACTIVE
Skydance

201-500 employees

Produces high-quality films, television series, and interactive games
Company Overview
Skydance Media, founded in 2010, has established itself as a leading player in the entertainment industry, producing high-quality, event-level content for global audiences across multiple platforms including film, television, and interactive media. The company's competitive advantage lies in its diversified portfolio, which includes blockbuster franchises like Mission: Impossible and Star Trek, critically acclaimed television series such as Grace and Frankie, and immersive virtual reality experiences like Archangel. The culture at Skydance fosters creativity and collaboration, with a commitment to bringing to life immersive stories and worlds, positioning it as an exciting and dynamic place to work.
VR & AR

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$275M

Founded

2010

Headquarters

Santa Monica, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-3%

1 year growth

12%

2 year growth

39%
Locations
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
Animation
CategoriesNew
Art, Graphics & Animation
Requirements
  • 1-5 years experience in Animation or VFX Production
  • Understanding of Production pipeline and department dependencies preferred
  • Strong proficiency with MS Office & Google Suites
  • Shotgrid, or comparable tracking software, experience preferred; additional programs such as Flix & Avid is a plus
  • Detail-oriented, strong ability to multi-task and prioritize In fast-paced environment
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Practiced discernment; ability to anticipate issues and proactively problem-solve while maintaining consistent line of communication under guidance of Department Supervisor
Responsibilities
  • Work alongside the Production Manager, Character Supervisor and Animation Supervisor to support the day-to-day needs of the Animation Department by proactively communicating issues that impact milestones and deliverables
  • Daily check-ins with artists to gauge progress on assignments, communicate updates and critical changes related to the schedule
  • Transcribe review notes, distribute, and ensure follow-up of action items and status changes as necessary
  • Track and update asset databases with accurate notes, version statuses, due dates, and other relevant department information
  • Alert downstream departments of approvals and changes
  • Responsible for department calendars and meetings with cross-site, multi-location schedules in mind
  • Facilitate communication with colleagues on the East Coast and in Madrid to coordinate timely delivery of materials
  • Partner with Production Supervisor in the areas of schedule creation, maintenance, department workflows and projects as assigned
  • Welcome new artists, distributing key information and ensuring proper set-up
  • Collect and track department timecards
  • Support Production Assistants and Interns, including process, documentation, and information-sharing, under the direction and guidance of the Department Supervisor
  • Maintain crew moral by fostering a creative and inclusive working environment
  • Other ad hoc duties as necessary