To generate multidimensional animations for use in medical education projects. Work with medical content experts (physicians, nurses, researchers) to develop animations for use in education, research and patient care. Responsible for the layout, design, and production activities to produce graphic-design artwork.
·Medical/Scientific Animation Manage day to day operations of media lab. Work within CCHMC resources to optimize computational performance of software and hardware. Coordinate incorporation into video productions. Exercises independent judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
·Project Management Maintain an organized system of projects. Coordinate with content experts (physicians, nurses, researchers) to develop and improve models. Collaborate with project teams to plan, analyze, organize, and execute assigned projects. Meet with employees, consultants, and/or vendors, to assess effectiveness of product imagery and presentation needs. Manage relationships with external sources relating to design issues. Set-up work flow with BMI for use of storage cluster and render farms. Works on problems of diverse scope in which analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors. Coordinate in-house and outside vendor services.
Skills & Competencies
·Technical Expertise in professional grade 3D animation, including, but not limited to Autodesk Maya or 3DS Max. Skills in video editing (Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere or equivalent), Digital Sculpting (Mudbox or Zbrush or equivalent) and Compositing (Shake, Nuke, After Effects or equivalent). Expertise in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, 3D animation, and other 2D software. Requires knowledge of industry relevant multimedia software. Must have an in-depth knowledge of graphic-design equipment, tools, and techniques.
·Preferred Knowledge of utilization and optimization of network rendering and storage.
·Bachelor of Arts OR Equivalent
·2 years related experience
·Experience using Professional level 3D animation software
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