We tag every company profile based on location, industry, and job/internship types offered. Pick a keyword below to find similar employers:
If the art of animation interests you, then some possible careers include a 2D or 3D animator, a digital cel animator, a character designer, or a mixed media animator, depending on where your animation interests lie. If the programming interests you more, jobs in software development and production–writing the scripts that make the animations animate–would be more up your alley. No matter which side of animation interests you more, knowing a little about the other part of animation will only help you.
While entering a career in entertainment is a popular option, it’s not the only one. Game companies, movie studios, and cartoon channels employ a lot of animators, but simulations and virtual reality are becoming more common, and animations are often used for training as well.
|Need dog training||Mount Vernon, WA|
|HR Coordinator - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity||Hillsboro, OR|
|Freelance Reception Coordinator - Future - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity||Hillsboro, OR|
|Facilities Administrative Coordinator - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity||Hillsboro, OR|
|Costume Fabricator - Future - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity||Hillsboro, OR|
|Inside New Business Account Executive||Pittsburgh, PA|
|VP, Business Development Integrated Electronics and Warfare Systems||McLean, VA|
|Manager - Business Development II||Manassas, VA|
|Director, Business Development HybriDrive Solutions||Endicott, NY|
|Strategic Development Manager||Merrimack, NH|
|Group Fitness Instructor (Part Time)||San Mateo, CA|
|Software Developer; Secret Clearance||Arlington, VA|
|Certified Fitness Instructor (Part Time)||Mill Valley, CA|
|Production Assistant (Freelance)||New York, NY|
|UI Designer & Front-end Developer for Web-based and Mobile Applications||Phoenix, AZ|
Check out the latest job and internship postings in animation.