Live Broadcast Motion Designer (Freelance Shift work)

Hybrid / West London Osterley (must be UK based)
Umbrella: £40.72 - £42.21 per hour
Date de début:
End Aug / Sept 2022
Publié par:
Mandy Brar
Date d'entrée en poste:

Description du poste:

*We will provide a list of FSCA Umbrella Companies to make your selection from.


The Role

Our Broadcast Media client are seeking a Live Broadcast Motion Designer to join their team on a freelance basis across an initial 9-month booking.

You'll be an expert user of Adobe Creative Suite & After Effects, in particular with experience delivering graphics in a fast-paced environment, for live day to day graphics such as maps, infographics and more.

Important: This role requires someone who is happy to work irregular shifts to cover live breaking news output, either starting early (7am) or finishing late (10pm), Monday to Sunday.

Weeks will vary where sometimes you'll have a 40 hour week, and other times it could be for ad-hoc days throughout the week.

Shifts times will vary and can range from around 7.5 hours - 11 hours depending on the shift.

It’s also important to add that there are weekend shifts as well but it will be down to the Freelancer to accept or reject these.

You'll be required to work in a hybrid pattern, whereby some of the shifts are home-based whilst others must be on-site in the Osterley studios. Onsite days can vary and can be up to 3 days per week depending on the shifts.


  • Knowledge & experience with VizRT 
  • Working knowledge of Cinema4D 
  • Previous experience working with News Broadcasters


If this role sounds like a match for your skills and experience, please can you apply with your CV & Portfolio today!

*Next steps will be shared with shortlisted candidates this Thurs 4th / Fri 5th August

Description du client:

Our Client is a giant media and entertainment company, with over 24 million customers in Europe. They’re keen on keeping people connected, and their upcoming media investments are expected to bring billions of pounds and over 2000 jobs to the UK creative sector. Beyond business, they’re taking big strides in diversity and sustainability with ambitious public goals in both - including 20% BAME representation by 2025, and carbon neutrality by 2030.

Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.