Who you are: Got an eye for set design and the creative chops to pull it off? Can you build sweet ass sets that keep viewers glued to their sets? Spiceworks just might have a gig for you! We’re looking for a Production Designer/Set Builder with the skills to craft a killer set for Spiceworks Studios’ awesome online show: The Server Room. If you can craft and execute a vision that captures the essence of all things tech (think man-cave for IT pros), it’s time to drop those design sketches and apply!
Who we are: Spiceworks, a 7 year-old Austin-based startup, is transforming how tech products (hardware, software and IT services) are marketed and sold to over 4 million SMB IT pros around the world. Marketing to this tough-to-reach audience has historically been difficult, but Spiceworks is blazing trails and creating unique opportunities to reach this coveted market. Over 400 leading tech advertisers include Spiceworks’ innovative model in their marketing mix. It’s no wonder Forbes coined us “the future of media”!
Your day-to-day (as a bad ass Production Designer, you’ll):
• Convert and implement design into a useable set
• Articulate clear vision to studio team (sell them on your awesome set concept)
• Prepare and order materials and maintain raw material inventory
• Contribute to the design and development of unique set elements
• Roll with the punches and shift gears if needed
• Have a blast working alongside a passionate video team
Qualifications: What does it take to do this job?
• Solid experience with television, online, or theatre production design/set building
• Ability to do some heavy lifting (approx. 50 lbs. or more)
• Strong carpentry skills
• Clear understanding of audience, thematic elements, creative look & feel
• Willingness to collaborate on ideas (teamwork, yo)
• Got some good jokes? Move to the front of the line!
The Contract Production Designer/Set Builder will report to the Manager of Spiceworks Studios.
To apply please contact Andy S at andys AT spiceworks.com DOT com
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