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Costume Shop Manager

The costume shop manager is a logistical supervisor who collaborates closely with the costume designer to oversee the fabrication and fit of all garments for theatrical productions, as well as film and television shows. This person does not participate in constructing costumes, but is responsible for overseeing the shop staff and ensuring that wardrobe is delivered on budget and in a timely manner.

Lead Lighting Artist

Lighting is an important element in the creation of a game’s look and feel. An environment is not complete without the mood that is set by shadowy dark corners or bright rays across a vast landscape. In an effort to provide levels that feel realistic and enhance the overall style of the game, studios require the artistic talent and discerning eye of lighting artists.

Advertising Agent

The advertising agent, also called the ad representative, is hired by the producer or general manager of a stage production (theater, concert, or other event) to design and execute an ad campaign with the sole aim of selling tickets. Unlike strategies for consumer products, there is immediacy to advertising a show. There is no shelf life for a performance ticket.

Senior Animator

The senior animator works closely with the lead animator and art director to establish the overall aesthetic of a video game, as well as defining the methods and techniques to be used by animators within the department.

Lead Server Programmer

Online gaming is a hugely popular market within the larger game industry, and the survival of an MMO or online RPG depends on the stability and speed of server-based systems. Ensuring that players are able to access their guilds and go on quests for treasure and world domination through ancient lands, the lead server programmer is on the front lines of network preservation.

Assistant Art Director

The assistant art director is responsible for executing tasks delegated by the art director; these may include management of personnel, disbursement of budget allowances, and overseeing art department activities on set.

Special Effects Supervisor

Computer-generated visual effects have transformed film and television forever, and the applications grow ever more sophisticated. Yet there’s nothing like a live-action fireball resulting from the bad guy’s SUV careening off Mulholland Drive and onto the hillside below. For the real-life disaster drama of explosions, tidal waves, and earthquakes, the film and television industry rely on the talents and training of the special effects team. 

Assistant Studio Manager

The assistant studio manager works under the direction of the studio manager to ensure the efficient day-to-day operation of the facility. This person is delegated supervisory responsibility over the general staff, and is charged with overseeing the studio in the manager’s absence.

Supervising Sound Editor

The supervising sound editor is a department head who oversees the entire post-production sound crew, including the music editor, sound editor, Foley artist, and ADR editor.

Recording Studio Manager

The manager of a recording studio may be the owner of the company, partial owner, or an employee hired to manage the staff and day-to-day operations of business. This individual cooperates with all clients renting space and equipment at the studio, including producers, recording artists, and band managers.