The Little Big Workshop
Oct. 31, 2016
The Little Big Workshop, 1149 Grant St. Vancouver, is a custom design and fabrication business specializing in model reproductions, awards, film and television reproductions and modifications, and sculptural works. Whether it’s scaled miniatures, mold making and casting, laser engraving, 3D printing, custom wood working, CAD drawing, machining, electrical and mechanical accents, or artistic product design, The Little Big Workshop can make what you need
Props person required
Full time, 30-50 hours per week beginning January 9th, 2017. Variable hours, weekend and overtime availability a must. $22-$25 per hour to start. The applicant will fabricate and assemble a wide variety of components and materials by hand and through a wide variety of techniques; and must also have significant experience in the safe and accurate operation of a variety of shop tools for woodworking, milling, small electronics, molding and casting, general fabrication, sculpting, and painting. Experience in use of laser engraver, carpentry-woodworking tools, vacuum therma-forming, milling machines, paint guns, and small hand tools is also expected. Being able to quickly and accurately read and convert designs from specifications in 3D software into components for fabrication is a job task. Materials such as wood, plywood, acrylic, foam, PVC and ABS sheet, tooling board, electronic components, aluminum, silicone molds and resin, adhesives, lacquer paint and leather are used to create custom properties. A professional attitude and references regarding the organization of shop materials space and time is a must! We need an experienced artisan with a deep skill set in shop work. A drivers license and gun license are also an assets for this position.
Fabricate and assemble a wide variety of materials by hand and through a wide variety of techniques Operation of shop tools for woodworking, milling, small electronics, molding, casting, sculpting, painting. Use of laser engraver, vacuum therma-forming, milling machines, paint guns, and 3D printer Quickly and accurately read and convert designs from specifications in 3D software into components for fabrication is a job task. Organization of shop materials space and time.
5 years experience building props for film and television high school diploma 2 years apprenticeship training in a related trade or oo 2 years post secondary education in a related field, (theatre or film production) The applicant must have experience building and modifying fake weaponry, body armour, sci-fi tech, post apocalyptic gack, and historic reproductions for film and television Driver's license an asset Gun license and asset
How to Apply:
Please apply by email only to: email@example.com We thank everyone who applies. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
$22-$25 per hour