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Imagemovers Digital

San Rafael, California - United States
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Resource Supervisor


ImageMovers Digital is a new motion picture studio in Marin County devoted to the performance capture films of Academy Award-winning director/producer Robert Zemeckis. Established in 2006, we currently employ over 200 employees and continue to search for talented individuals to join our company.

Please note that due to the volume of resumes we receive, we cannot personally respond to all inquiries… we will be in touch if your skills fit our needs.

Thanks for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you!


Resource Supervisor

The Resource Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the pool of Resource Technical Assistants and supervises the continuous support of the studio’s rendering & data management needs during all aspects of the production. This includes render job and render farm management, disk space utilization, I/O functions and writing basic tools & utilities. To be successful in this role, the person will need to be a hands-on supervisor, have a thorough understanding of the entire production pipeline, and can either program or – at the very minimum – understand enough programming in order to step in and help guide, mentor, and direct the Resource TAs.


• Actively supervises and communicates with all production contacts to ensure the show(s) follow all facility data management procedures
• Communicate with Production teams daily to prioritize and manage all rendering needs. Alerting Productions to any conflicts such as over allocation, downtimes, etc., and how they can be resolved.
• Coordinates processor allocations with Production and departments. Balances processor demands within show, between shows, and as a share of facility pool.
• Supervise the pool of RTA’s as they actively monitor and manage the render farm and render jobs, ensuring that production shots are ready for dallies & the farm is running at maximum capacity.
• Liaison with the Systems and IMD Development teams with the Technology DPM to schedule and prioritize internal tools and utility projects for farm and disk management.
• Actively monitor and manage disk space usage across all IMD campuses, earmarking files for archiving, or deletion. Ensuring these processes are followed through in a timely manner.
• Supervise and administer any I/O needs, ensuring files conform to facility structures.
• Working hand-in-hand with Production Engineering and R&D to maintain and improve the render farm pipeline and toolset.
• Data management and monitoring across the directory structure.
• Assist Director of Technology with Software License administration if needed.

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