Animal Logic, award-winning design, visual effects and animation studio will be heading to FMX 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany from 26-29 April recruiting for new talent on The LEGO Batman Movie, The LEGO Ninjago Movie and The LEGO Movie Sequel. The team is looking to crew up a number of key technical and craft specialised positions to support the exciting projects currently in production out of its Sydney and Vancouver studios.
The studio is currently in production on The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) and The LEGO Ninjago Movie (2017) which are both being produced out of our Sydney headquarters. Meanwhile in our Vancouver studio we are busy in production on The LEGO Movie Sequel (2018) with a further two LEGO animated feature projects currently in development. On the VFX side, Animal Logic recently finished production on The Divergent Series: Allegiant and Captain America: Civil War and is also working on a series of other VFX productions yet to be announced.
The annual FMX conference represents a unique opportunity for candidates to meet our recruiting team from our Vancouver and Sydney studios and discuss potential career opportunities around Animal Logic’s growing slate of feature films. The team will be attending the FMX recruitment fair from Tuesday, 26 April to Wednesday, 27 April, at booth no. E10. The JOB FAIR is in Eyth-Saal on LEVEL 2.
Animal Logic’s recruitment Supervisor, Patricia Kung said: “We really enjoy going to FMX and consider it a critical event for Animal Logic due to the great talent that attends; and we have the opportunity to meet people face to face! This year we have a strong focus on Software Development and Technical Director roles for both our Sydney and Vancouver studios to support our growing slate of projects.”
Just some of the positions available with Animal Logic include:
• Senior Pipeline Developers
• Senior C++ Developers in Rendering
• Senior C++ Developers in Rigging and Animation
• Senior C++ Developers in Simulation
For more information on these and other positions available, visit the Animal Logic website.