Training is vital for the continuous success of DNEG as a leader in the VFX industry and we truly understand the importance of access to knowledge and support for our employees to perform their best.
The Technical Trainer role will support the full gamut of technology, RnD and pipeline operations.
This role would be well suited to an individual with expertise working within software development, technical training or technical writing roles. An applicant should be passionate about both teaching and learning.
- Delivery of onboarding into our technical environment
- Working with DNEG’s domain knowledge experts
- Support experts to deliver specialist training when required
- Supporting crew with internal ‘user-group’ type presentations
- Contributing to maintenance and development of training materials & documentation
- Work with external vendors to source support and training resources
- Working globally with the training team to address training needs
- Experience as an educator in a professional environment
- Exceptional communicator, facilitator, and trainer
- Previous work experience in Visual Effects, Games or another related industry
- Ability to pick up new software and processes quickly
- Team player but able to motivate self and work independently on own initiative
- Ability to liaise confidently and credibly with people at all levels
- Proven ability to influence and build strong working relations within an organization
- Flexible, can-do attitude with the ability to react calmly in a pressurized situation
Nice to have
- A degree in Computer Science, Computer Graphics or related field, or equivalent experience
- Experience with Real-time technologies
- Experience with Visual Effects or Animation pipelines
- Experience with technical writing
- Experience with Linux
- Strong communicator
We are DNEG, one of the world’s leading visual effects and animation companies for the creation of award-winning feature film, television, and multiplatform content. We employ more than 10,000 people with worldwide offices and studios across North America (Los Angeles, Montréal, Toronto, Vancouver), Europe (London), Asia (Bangalore, Mohali, Chennai, Mumbai) and Australia (Sydney).