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Floyd County Productions (FCP) is a multiple Emmy® award-winning animation studio located in the beautiful city of Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 2009 by writers and executive producers Adam Reed and Matt Thompson, FCP has grown from a crew of 8 artists into a family of nearly 200 amazing creatives. FCP is a full-service animation studio that strives to create the highest quality in animation and digital entertainment. You know, like cartoons and stuff.

Floyd County Productions is currently working on our original action-spy comedy Archer (returning for its 13th season), and a bunch of hush-hush, top-secret stuff that we can only whisper about in the studio kitchen. A kitchen that is stocked with muffins. And bear claws. Don’t forget the bear claws.

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Assistant Technical Director

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Job Overview

Floyd County Productions, the Emmy-winning animation studio behind Archer, is looking to hire a passionate Assistant Technical Director to join our expanding team in Atlanta, GA. The role of Assistant Technical Director at Floyd County Productions is to make sure a production runs smoothly by identifying and fixing problems as they arise. They make sure each department has the tools and direction that they need to complete their part of the project to the best standard possible. They have a very good understanding of how production pipelines work and the roles within them. The Assistant Technical Director will report directly to the Technical Director.

Skills Required:

  • Quality monitoring skills to make improvements and corrections where necessary

  • Thorough knowledge of 3 of the following: Javascript, Python, Maxscript, C#, Java

  • Experience supporting servers and workstations in a production environment

  • Time management and organizational skills

  • Active listening and communication skills

  • Familiarity with television / film production a plus.

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Coordination and teamwork skills

  • Possesses general knowledge of production pipelines

Job Responsibilities:

  • Author custom animation tools in various softwares utilized within the studio (with approval from CIO or Technical Director)
  • Use development tools and techniques to improve any and all systems within the organization
  • Analyze the needs of the user
  • Design, test and develop the software to meet those needs
  • Develop separate elements of a software that work well in the program as a whole
  • Create various diagrams, flowcharts and models that illustrate the type of code needed for programmers
  • Ensure continued functionality of a program during maintenance and testing of software
  • Document each aspect of a system or application as a reference for future upgrades and maintenance
  • Identifies and documents standards for a stable, secure, compliant, and optimum operation to ensure the availability of the servers, server-based applications, systems and services
  • Configures, deploys, and supports all necessary system software, hardware, and equipment (physical or virtual) to meet infrastructure needs, including all aspects of the environment from servers to storage to networking equipment.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve infrastructure related issues including network, server and messaging.
  • Revisit the development process to fix bugs or address client or end user concerns
  • Manages the help desk queue and resolves user issues
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Systems Engineer

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  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science or Engineering or equivalent experience preferred, but not required.
  • 1-2 plus years of experience supporting servers and workstations in a production environment.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading smaller security and governance initiatives, from deployment and monitoring to audits.
  • Working knowledge of OSX, CentOS, Windows
  • Working knowledge of the production industry is a plus
  • Systems monitoring tools including SIEM solutions
  • Experience with vulnerability and penetration testing a plus
  • Familiarity with television / film production a plus.
  • Must possess a general knowledge of production pipelines and each department’s role within the pipeline
Job Responsibilities:
  • Configures, deploys, and supports all necessary system software, hardware, and equipment (physical or virtual) to meet infrastructure needs, including all aspects of the environment from servers to storage to networking equipment.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve infrastructure related issues including network, server and messaging.
  • Performs equipment configuration, installation, and repairs
  • Identifies and documents standards for a stable, secure, compliant, and optimum operation to ensure the availability of the servers, server-based applications, systems and services
  • Facilitate and supervise render management and render nodes
  • Creates and manages virtual infrastructure using VMWare.
  • Manage and maintain backup and disaster recovery operations
  • Manages the help desk queue and resolves user issues
  • Suggests new ideas and solutions to problems
  • Evaluate critical systems, prioritize work, and determine solutions
  • Participate in security management
  • Suggest and oversee improvement processes
***We are currently working remotely as a studio, but the studio is open for employees that wish to work at it. As a requirement of this job, this will be IN STUDIO. As compliance with OSHA mandates, Floyd County Productions requires either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or submission of weekly COVID-19 testing.Apply Now
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Floyd County Productions is an active participant and advocate for the Georgia Film Tax Credit. This incentive, refunding up to 30% on qualifying expenses, keeps our studio price competitive with other studios around the world.

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