NBC Universal DWA TV Production - Prop Designer in Glendale, California
Job Number 33566BR
Job Title DWA TV Production - Prop Designer
Business Segment Film
Sub-Business Film TV Production
Posting Category TV Content & Production
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Career Level Experienced
Country United States
Generates prop designs, turnarounds, special poses and any other prop-related art that the production may require, ensuring style and quality of show is met. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Review script/animatic/breakdown list for props needed at handout of show.
Complete all rough, revised and final designs necessary within assigned deadlines.
Resolve design problems with creative supervisors.
Ensure all deadlines are met.
Communicate progress of work to appropriate production staff.
Ensure all artwork is properly backed up and stored appropriately.
Ensure all shipping materials are prepared and ready on time.
Be available for questions until department’s shipment is complete.
Assist with special projects.
If applicable, make special shadow and color indications
Must demonstrate proficiency in style of show.
Strong prop design and construction/mechanical skills.
Knowledge of or willingness to learn applicable design software and hardware.
Strong time-management skills.
Work well under pressure.
Ability to multitask a plus.
Relevant drawing experience necessary
BA in Fine Arts or equivalent work experience highly desired