Shape the future of animation: Apply now for Project Lead and Creative Producer positions with NextGen and Capital City College Group

NextGen and Capital City College Group are currently recruiting for two short-term positions to support their upcoming 3D Animation training course and bootcamp in London.

These are amazing opportunities to share your passion for animation, knowledge, and technical skills with those looking to join the industry! Both roles are focused on creating 3D animation using Blender.

We are recruiting for (please click on each role to view the full job description):

Introduction to 3D Animation: Project Lead / Tutor Role

Introduction to 3D Animation is a four-week for beginners to gain an understanding of the fundamentals of animation, gain insights into studios and roles, and knowledge of 3D software and animation skills. The Project Lead / Tutor Role is for eight hours per week, worked over evenings to fit around other commitments. Pay is £30 ph.

Animation Accelerate with Blue Zoo: Creative Producer Role

Animation Accelerate is our intermediate bootcamp for those with existing 3D animation skills. The Creative Producer will lead our cohort of learners as they work on a creative brief from Blue Zoo to craft a completed animated short in eight-weeks. This role is for 12 hours per week, delivery takes place over evenings to fit around other commitments. Pay is £50 ph.

How to apply

Please ensure you have read the full job descriptions before applying. The closing date for both positions is midday on Friday 2nd February 2024. Both courses start the WC Monday 26th February 2024.

You can apply for either position here: NextGen Animation Programmes – Application Form.

NextGen is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity in all aspects of our work. We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups such as returning parents or carers who are re-entering after a career break, women, people who are LGBTQ+, Black, Asian and people of colour, with a disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, with caring responsibilities, from different nations and regions, from a less advantaged socio-economic background as well as any other under-represented group.

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