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Junior AR Designer

TVNZ | Posted 26-11-2020

Auckland City (Architecture and Design)

We are looking for a talented, energetic and innovative Junior 3D & AR generalist to grow our augmented reality capabilities in our News and Current Affairs graphics team.

Is it right for you?

We are looking for a Junior 3D & AR generalist designer who has an interest or experience in VIZ Artist's 3D augmented graphics. You must be a good communicator, love working with people and be able to confidently work with directors, producers and journalists. You will be able to juggle multiple jobs, think on your feet and move fast. Ideally you will show a keen interest in News & Current affairs, and stay up to date with New Zealand news.

You will have a sound understanding of 3D and the ability to quickly pick up new programmes. You will be able to develop new graphical ways of telling stories, including the use of informational graphics, 3D modelling and design in our augmented studio space.

You'll have at least 1 years design experience in motion/ 3D design and have the portfolio to match. Proven prioritisation and communication skills are a must.

Above all you will love working with our passionate News and Blacksand teams and thrive in the demands of a fast-paced creative environment. Your personality, confidence and design ability will enable you to articulate creative ideas and concepts to producers, directors and other stakeholders effectively. Self-management and a proactive 'can-do' attitude are essential.

Are we right for you?

Blacksand is a hotbed of creativity and craft. We look after production, post-production, content creation and design for TVNZ and our advertisers. Blacksand is a fast-paced, buzzing environment made up of specialist artists and technicians. People who thrive here work well with a vision, are ready to roll up their sleeves, have a go and make things happen.

TVNZ is one of New Zealand's best known and most well-loved businesses. Every day we join over 2 million kiwis in their lunchrooms, lounge rooms, bedrooms and on whatever gadget they carry around. Whether we're breaking news, following adventures, sharing stories, or simply putting smiles on faces, we're all about doing it better, smarter and on more screens than anyone else.