Design Job of the Day: 2D Motion Graphic Artist at WWE

Looking for an East Coast interactive design job? WWE, the television home of programs like Raw, SmackDown and WrestleMania, is looking for a motion graphic artist in its Stamford, CT, office. Click through to learn more and apply:

Sick of being micromanaged?
Tired of Producers insisting your graphics aren’t quite right?
Limited to working only within “approved” graphics packages?

If you love creative freedom and you can thrive in the pressure of live TV, then give your job a choke slam and come work for WWE!

WWE’s Creative Graphics department employs some of the most talented individuals in the business. Our team designs high-quality custom graphics in hours that air on live TV (our programs air in over 145 countries) as well as bigger projects that take time to plan and execute

We are presently seeking talented 2D Designers Junior leve and above who are proficient in the Adobe CS5 suite. Knowledge of and Flame and Cinema 4D a plus.

If you are looking for a place to grow and be tested then WWE may be the right place for you. We offer a relaxed atmosphere and the workplace vibe of a post house. Heck, we even have a company shuttle to get you to and from the train station.

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