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Looking for a new animation job just got a whole lot easier today, thanks to the launch of the Ozanimate job board! The board can be accessed at jobs.ozanimate.com or directly from the site’s header.

Following the recent successful launch of our Facebook page: Ozanimate Jobs. Today we are very excited to be launching our dedicated job board website, using a robust mobile-responsive platform that offers a wealth of options and tools for both employers and jobseekers, specifically aimed at the Australian and New Zealand Animation industries.

New jobs posted on this board will also be integrated with our existing Facebook job portal, and our Twitter account creating the widest visibility for listings in the following areas: Motion and Broadcast Design, TV Production, Feature Film Production, , CG/VFX, Web Animation, Interactive, VR/AR, and Animation Education to name just a few.

Whether you’re just starting your animation job hunt or looking for new career opportunities, we intend to develop Ozanimate’s job board as the primary online resource to help Aussie and Kiwi talent move forward in their creative careers.

All job offers will be screened by our board manager to ensure that the work offers are both legitimate and appropriate. We will always focus on industry-relevant job postings and won’t accept any job listings for unpaid positions; even internships must be remunerated.

Employers and Studios can start posting jobs today and are welcome to make the most of our Introductory offers!

POST A JOB

Any questions or comments please contact us: jobs@ozanimate.com

 

 

  • Og Dizopentoz

    Thanks for the Job Board Paul. That is a fantastic thing to set up.

  • Your most welcome Martin, Thank you for the support!

  • Og Dizopentoz

    It is a great initiative and I have already posted the link to our students. Maybe they can find some work placement / internship options there. That would be another thing to consider, because many courses require it of students and it can be hard to find available places. Just a thought.

  • Thanks, definitely a great fit for students! Out of curiosity, are there any internship policies re remuneration for courses? I believe in having these internships as paid gigs but wondering if there are any restrictions involved?

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