Current Openings

For all openings, please e-mail your resume, a link to your sample work and minimum hourly pay requirement to hr@transvideo.com. In the Subject line, please include the job title followed by your initials.
Sample: Motion Graphics Artist AB

Producer

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Producer. This is a full-time position in Mountain View, CA. more »

Position Description:

We’re looking for a team player with an artistic eye and creative sensibilities, who would be working very closely with our creative team and helping to bring those ideas to life. This position requires an active, creative professional, who can thrive in a fast-paced studio environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Producing videos in studio and on location, in various delivery formats
  • Developing and overseeing budgets
  • Providing client services and supporting various company projects
  • Write, direct and perform in other creative roles as needed
  • Overseeing multiple projects within tight deadlines simultaneously

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 5 years experience
  • Corporate video production experience, especially in the tech industry, is preferred
  • Strong writing skills
  • Strong tech sensibilities
  • Very strong communication and organizational skills
  • Must work well under pressure

We’re a team of artists, directors, and producers, and every team member has the opportunity to make a big impact. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about his or her work and plays well with others (especially us).


Motion Graphics Artist

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Motion Graphics Artist for its creative division, Picturelab. This is a full-time position located in Mountain View, CA. We are only considering local applicants at this time. more »

Position Description:

A Motion Graphics Artist is a team player who is passionate about great design and animation. He or she works closely with the creative director and other team members to execute a creative approach to animation and visual effects projects. He or she displays strong artistic aptitude with an exceptional sense of design and a clear interest in motion graphics and related technology. He or she delivers quality results under high pressure deadlines, and attention to detail combined with a strong working knowledge of design-related applications is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Designing and producing animation that meets or exceeds strategic objectives
  • Designing mood boards, storyboards, animation concepts, and motion for audio and tempo, including music and voiceover
  • Providing quality assurance on creative deliverables
  • Building and maintaining rapport with team personnel and project managers.

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 2 years education or 3 years motion design work experience
  • Ability to articulate creative ideas
  • Aptitude for quick creative thinking and attention to detail
  • Passion for design and eagerness to collaborate
  • Advance knowledge of After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Cinema 4d
  • Moderate knowledge of FCP and Mac OS
  • Must be self-motivated, able to multi-task and work well with others and as part of a team.

3D Generalist / Motion Graphics Artist

Transvideo Studios is seeking a 3D Generalist / Motion Graphics Artist for its creative division, Picturelab. This is a full-time position in Mountain View, CA. more »

Position Description:

A 3D Generalist / Motion Graphics Artist is a team player who matches strategic direction with appropriate design results for video marketing initiatives. He or she works closely with the creative director and other team members to execute a creative approach. He or she displays strong artistic aptitude with an exceptional sense of design and a clear interest in 3D / motion graphics and animation in general. He or she delivers quality results under high pressure deadlines, and attention to detail combined with a strong working knowledge of design-related applications is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Designing and producing animation solutions that meet or exceed strategic objectives
  • Designing animatics, animation and motion for audio and tempo, including music and voiceover
  • Producing animated graphics, ranging from logo animations, bumpers, animation/live action-hybrid graphics, to full productions
  • Providing quality assurance on creative deliverables
  • Building and maintaining a team rapport with creative team personnel and project managers

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 2 years work experience as a 3D animator, and 3 years work experience as a motion graphics artist preferred
  • Ability to articulate ideas effectively
  • Aptitude for quick creative thinking with serious attention to detail
  • Passion for design and eagerness to collaborate with other creative people
  • Thorough understanding of keying, rotoscoping, 2D tracking, 3D matchmoving
  • General understanding of 3D Modeling, texturing, animating (non-character), lighting, basic character rigging
  • Advanced skills in Cinema 4D, After Effects, Mocha, Photoshop, Illustrator
  • Experience in matchmove tools such as SynthEyes or Boujou is preferred
  • Experience with V-RAY is a plus
  • Experience in Maya or other 3D packages is a plus
  • Moderate skills in FCP, Mac OS X
  • Must be self-motivated, able to multi-task and work well with others and as part of a team

We’re a team of artists, directors, and producers, and every team member has the opportunity to make a big impact. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about his or her work and plays well with others (especially us).


Editor/Audio Engineer

Transvideo Studios is seeking an Editor/Audio Engineer. This is a full-time position located in Mountain View, CA. more »

Responsibilities:

  • Offline/online edit live action narratives.
  • Offline/online edit documentary.
  • Edit mixed animation and graphics, including screen capture.
  • Design graphics, lower thirds.
  • Encoding to proper formats and forums.
  • Duplication and ingest multiple analog and digital media.
  • Record and mix voice over with music.
  • Basic sound design.

Requirements:

  • Minimum 2- years experience NLE editing, preferably with Final Cut Pro. Familiarity of Adobe Premiere a plus.
  • Strong online finishing skills.
  • Requisite After Effects knowledge: keying, compositing, and tracking.
  • Fine eye for the consequences of compression and the knowledge for how to get the most out of encoding.
  • Know encoding standards, protocols, and specific settings and templates for most popular formats.
  • Requisite Pro Tools knowledge: live recording, mixing, sound and music editing.
  • On location recording for dual system capture.
  • Music composition a plus.
  • Organized to standards of house conformity.
  • Attention to the finest details.
  • Strong storytelling inclinations.
  • Passionate about the craft of filmmaking and the technology that drives innovation.

Editor/Motion Graphics Artist

Transvideo Studios is seeking an Editor/Motion Graphics Artist. This is a full-time position located in Mountain View, CA. more »

Responsibilities:

  • Offline/online edit live action narratives.
  • Offline/online edit documentary.
  • Edit mixed animation and graphics, including screen capture.
  • Design graphics, lower thirds, assist with motion graphics projects. 
  • Encoding to proper formats and forums.
  • Duplication and ingest multiple analog and digital media.

Requirements:

  • Minimum 2- years experience NLE editing, preferably with Final Cut Pro. Familiarity of Adobe Premiere and RED camera post.
  • Strong online finishing skills.
  • Color correction and grading.
  • On set editing experience.
  • Requisite After Effects knowledge: keying, compositing, tracking and basic animation.
  • Fine eye for the consequences of compression and the knowledge for how to get the most out of encoding.
  • Know encoding standards, protocols, and specific settings and templates for most popular formats.
  • Organized to standards of house conformity.
  • Attention to the finest details.
  • Strong storytelling inclinations.
  • Passionate about the craft of filmmaking and the technology that drives innovation.

Web Designer/Developer

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Web Designer/Developer. This is a full-time position located in Mountain View, CA. more »

Position Description:

The Web Designer/Developer is a team player working closely with Executive Management and Producers in matching strategic objectives with appropriate design results. He or she is able to solve problems with creativity and technical efficiency. He or she is exceptional in meeting deadlines, working within limitations and is passionate about design and development.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with clients, creative directors, and management in creating strong designs that meet client specifications
  • Design, develop and test web sites
  • Evaluate user experience and maintain branding and design consistency
  • Develop and maintain code, image assets and content for multiple landing pages

Requirements:

  • Strong knowledge in HTML and CSS (HTML5 and CSS3 preferred)
  • Strong knowledge in Photoshop, Fireworks and Illustrator
  • Ability to design clean intuitive UIs for complex data structures
  • Understanding of the difference between semantic and presentational markup and flexibility in the approach
  • Able to utilize the latest browser technology with an eye towards graceful degradation or progressive enhancement or whatever buzz word phasing is used to describe getting stuff to work in older browsers.
  • Proficiency with raw javascript and libraries like JQUERY (understanding of DOM API and code doesn’t clutter up the global namespace)
  • Experience with database queries using SQL or similar
  • Experience with at least one of the following: PHP, Ruby, ASP, Java, Python

Pluses:

  • Familiarity with WordPress
  • Familiarity with MVC concepts
  • Experience with backbone.js or similar javascript library
  • Use of css preprocessor such ass Sass or LESS
  • Experience with version control software such as git or Subversion
  • Experience in optimizing video(HTML5 Video) for web delivery

Creative Director

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Creative Director for its creative division, Picturelab. This is a full-time position located in Mountain View, CA. more »

Position Description:

At Transvideo Studios, a Creative Director is a team leader who is passionate about great design, animation, and the tech sector. He or she is responsible for developing a creative approach to animation and visual effects projects and leading a team in the execution of those projects. He or she displays strong artistic aptitude with an exceptional sense of design and a clear interest in motion graphics and related technology. He or she delivers quality results under high pressure deadlines, and attention to detail combined with a strong working knowledge of design-related applications is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Writing and designing scripts and concepts that align with and enhance a client’s stated objectives
  • Translating clients’ needs into designs that are visually appealing and meets their goals and requirements
  • Designing mood boards, storyboards, and animation concepts
  • Designing and producing art and animation that meets or exceeds objectives
  • Providing quality assurance on creative deliverables
  • Building and maintaining rapport with team personnel and project managers
  • Engaging in ongoing technical teaching and learning with our creative team

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 4 years education or 5 years motion design or creative direction work experience
  • Ability to articulate creative ideas
  • Great communicator and writer
  • Aptitude for quick creative thinking and attention to detail
  • Passion for design and eagerness to collaborate
  • Advance knowledge of After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Cinema 4D
  • Moderate knowledge of FCP and Mac OS
  • Must be self-motivated, able to multi-task and work well with others and as the leader of a team
  • Passion for new technologies in the web/tech sector

Production Assistant

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Production Assistant. This is a part-time position with possibility for full-time. more »

Position Description:

Production Assistants would be responsible for miscellaneous crew assignments, duplication, and maintenance of assigned areas, including, but not limited to: studio and location production, duplication, live television broadcasts, and other miscellaneous Production Assistant tasks.

Responsibilities:

  • Studio and location production crew assignments
  • All duplication, including Q.C., and packaging
  • Set-building and preparation including painting the cyc
  • Camera operation for Live Television Broadcasts
  • Teleprompting
  • Basic make-up for Talent
  • General facilities support
  • Deliveries
  • Other projects as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

Must be detail oriented, reliable, have a good driving record, and work well in teams and independently. Carpentry or electrical skills or general mechanical inclination is helpful. Must be able to lift 35 pounds.

Education and/or Experience

At least two years education or experience in film, video, or television required.

Special Requirements:

Willing to work weekends, nights, and early morning hours.


Studio Assistant

Transvideo Studios is seeking a Studio Assistant. This is a full-time position in Mountain View, CA. more »

JOB SUMMARY:

The Studio Assistant will provide administrative and production support for video projects, broadcasts and day-to-day operations. This is a cross-departmental, entry-level position. We are looking for a hands-on, pro-active and energetic individual able to adapt to a wide-range of situations. Some off-hour work may be required.

Transvideo Studios is a video production and post-production studio with crew, equipment, and top-flight soundstages all under one roof. We have the largest soundstage in Silicon Valley, and all the resources, crew, and space necessary to manage a production from concept to final delivery.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Project administration including data entry, project hours and scheduling
  • Studio and location production crew assignments
  • Camera operation for Live Television Broadcasts (including occasional off-hours, as needed)
  • Basic accounting duties
  • Reception coverage
  • Research projects
  • Duplication, including Q.C., and packaging
  • Transcription
  • General facilities support
  • Teleprompting
  • Set-building and preparation including painting the cyc
  • Basic make-up for Talent
  • Deliveries
  • Production Assistant duties on set
  • Stage manager duties
  • Support Administration and Human Resources Manager and others as required
  • Other assignments and projects as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:

  • Must be detail-oriented, reliable, and work well in teams and independently
  • Interest in Video or Film Production
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Ability to act with initiative and good judgment
  • Punctual
  • Must work well under pressure
  • Good driving record
  • Must be able to lift 35 pounds
  • Willing to work weekends, nights, holidays, and early morning hours

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Two years education or experience in administration and/or video/film production required.

HOW TO APPLY:

Email your resume, 3 professional references, and minimum hourly pay requirement.

In the Subject line please enter “Studio” then enter your initials. Sample: Studio AB

No phone calls or faxes, please.

Employment verification by E-Verify.


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Transvideo Studios Reviews

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100% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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My Dream Job

Staff Position: Senior Producer (Current Employee)

I have been working at Transvideo Studios for 8 years

Pros - The opportunities and potential are greater than any place I've ever worked for. My own story is not necessarily unique, but I have advanced from being hired as an Editor to promotions as a Post Production Supervisor, Producer, Senior Producer, and finally to Executive Management. Hard work in combination with devotion to clients and the company has always been rewarded.

Few companies are so guided by the desires of their employees. Several years ago, due to the aptitude and inclination of a few of our artists, we started branching out into different types of projects and soon established ourselves as leaders in design and animation. For those who can seize the advantage, the absence of top-down mandates is a godsend.

As an artist, having access to incredible facilities and equipment is invaluable. We are not limited by the tools that we use: everything is at the top end of the industry. The technical maintenance is so good it's easy to forget how difficult that achievement is. We've been very blessed with dedicated technical staff who ensure that artists don't have to spend their time troubleshooting or getting mired in compatibility issues.

Most co-workers are multi-talented, each with their own specialties and expertise. For younger artists there's a great mentoring environment, and almost everything we do is a collaboration of some kind. The whole company is very team focused.

Finally, I have to mention how family-oriented the company is--and it's not just the fact that the company bends over backwards to accommodate employee hours, especially those with difficult commutes or family responsibilities. A couple of years back, my wife and I were beginning the adoption process. Out of the blue, Ray Clark, the CEO, gives me a call and says he'd like to pay for our adoption expenses. As I come home to my beautiful daughter every night, I remember what a huge impact that has had on our lives, and I can't express my gratitude enough.

Cons - The location in Mountain View has taken its toll on acquiring and retaining top talent. The commute can be a difficult grind for a lot of employees who live throughout the Bay Area. The studio is located close to a CalTrain station, but sometimes you're simply at the mercy of CalTrain.

Very honestly, the lack of top-down management or creative gate-keepers is not for everyone. While some people thrive in an environment that promotes self-motivation, there are others who require a level of guidance, instruction, and direction that neither managers nor co-workers can really afford to maintain. And when people are given opportunities beyond their experience, there can be failure. Some people translate those failures into learning experiences, others become embittered by it. Those people are not awesome to work with.

Advice to Senior Management - Let me preface my comments to say that as someone who has advanced to management this is an issue that I have struggled with myself and have been a large contributor to the problem.

In the past we have spent way too many company resources on underperforming employees, frequently at the expense of our high achievers. Transvideo's legendary forgiveness has not always served us well. Keeping around those who are not contributing or who are even detracting from the core mission of the company has had a big impact on the quality of the work and the morale of those who have to clean up the messes left behind by their co-workers. We've had underperforming staff stick around for years, getting 7th and 8th chances after catastrophic mistakes with clients and internal projects. Sadly, with these co-workers the response to this forgiveness has not been appreciation, but more of a license to not improve, or worse. (the negative review below is one example of a particularly unremarkable former co-worker)

We've made some great strides at improving this situation recently, and the staff are loving it.

What do you like most about working at Transvideo? - Great Team

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  No

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes



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Sweet gig

Staff Position: Producer/Writer/Director (Current Employee)

Pros - I enjoy my work at Transvideo. The company itself is abnormally intentional about promoting an environment with little drama and no corporate politics. It’s really nice to actually focus on bettering the work at hand rather than getting in with a click -- not to mention the people are really solid.

They invest in cultivating talent. They purchase online resources (plugins, courses etc.) when needed to refine or develop new skill sets, as well as allot personal training time on work hours. They also invest in their talent by making their equipment available for personal projects.

The studio has also made a lot of investments in pushing to the next level of growth, the end game being to develop original content. They’ve reduced equipment rates to take on more live action projects as well as began stockpiling funds for pilots and independent films being developed internally. This is the future direction the company. I would be remiss to not give that credit to Ray, the owner, who is now utilizing annual profits to fund original content.

There is a lot of collaboration. This is something management has done a great job of changing from when I first started. Before work was very independent -- you could skate by a day without saying hi to anyone. Now we pitch teams on concepts to develop better ideas – like a writers room. Artists are also always teaching each other new tricks and better ways to achieve certain effects.

Upward mobility. You’re given the reasonability you show you can handle -- as well as what you’re willing to take. It seems management is always looking for ways to discover new talent within the building -- even people who aren’t initially hired for creative. This provides new opportunities all around. Personally I think it's a sweet gig. The work is getting better everyday and the future direction of the company isn’t something common at a major agency.

(Given other comments on this page it seems worth mentioning I'm not in management.)

Cons - Something we don't have right now is a social presence, which is key for how the medium of storytelling is shifting towards a more digital medium. Like many companies, we need to find an audience. Biggest challenge on the creative side has been clients having too much control over creative. We could do better on limiting their choices and keeping them more focused on content.

Advice to Senior Management - Keep up the good work

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  Yes

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes



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It's a pleasure to review our workplace

Staff Position: Professional (Current Employee)

Pros - Producing projects for clients like Google, Box, NASA, CBS, CNBC is rewarding. But working at a company that also cares about a balance of personal and family life - now that's really important to me. I love to work, and we do work hard. Clocking in at about 40 hours, my work week is practically unheard of in an industry that's usually much more demanding.

Being part of one of the largest production companies in Northern California brings other benefits too. There's a lot of talented people on your team here. And all the latest technology and tools, with an IT department that really rocks!. We're talkin' millions of dollars in the latest toys, and experienced people that know how it all works. Red Epic 5k & Black Magic HD & cinema cameras, Da Vinci color correction, render farm, dozens of editing, graphics, animation stations and suites.

And as if that wasn't enough to make for a mouth watering nurdville digital design creative experience, there's also two acoustically designed sound stages providing the ultimate live video creative environment. Stage One is 4800 sq ft, and has a huge 2 walled cyc that can be painted white or green (for effects work). This is more space to create than in almost any other Bay Area studio.

The building is a great space, designed by Studios Architecture (Googleplex, SGI, Apple) . A long semi-circle wall houses edit suites on the first floor, and graphics, creative and producers suites on the second floor. A modern lunch room is also a "hub" for gatherings. The main graphics department is surrounded in glass with a view of the mountains. The downtown Mountain View location is great. The Tied House Brewery is right next door.

Cons - The money could always be better, but beyond a need to be comfortable, I'm not in it for $ alone. Pay may be less than many area corporations, especially giants like Google and Apple. But compared to the TV industry norm, it's actually quite good, and I'm happy.

Mountain View has a small town atmosphere, but a big city rush hour. Its population expands to the breaking point each weekday as thousands of coffee injected motorists descend on the hundreds of Silicon Valley corporations headquartered here. Commuters beware.

Advice to Senior Management - Awesome leadership. Forward thinking... Management has its finger on the pulse of where video is going. But at times it seems we're a "best kept secret", except to our current clients, who perhaps like it that way. We are better today than we've ever been before. An awesome team. An amazing facility! Let's tell the world about us! I'm doing my part here.

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes



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Great management & growing company

Staff Position: Director (Past Employee)

Pros - Great management, strong culture, fun place to work, very creative environment, well known identity, leader in the industry.

Work hours that are sensible - way below industry average. Silicon Valley's largest film/video production company. A foundation built on more than 30 years of success. Strong ethics, responsible support for staff and work-family-life balance.

Cons - Stages too big, Silicon Valley location

Advice to Senior Management - Thanks for great leadership and defining roles for for both staff and management

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  Yes



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A good place to build a career for the future

Staff Position: Professional (Past Employee)

Pros - I thought I knew the industry pretty well. And Transvideo Studios was not the first job I'd had in film/video. But since I left Transvideo and took advantage of "a better opportunity" I'm realizing in hindsight that my new work may not be quite as satisfying as I thought it was going to be. I really do miss working at Transvideo. A bunch of really creative good folks. So I'll share this retrospective review.

Flexible reasonable hours, frequent opportunities for advancement, wonderful talented people, with pay and benefits actually on the high side of the industry norm, all things considered. And we were working on projects for clients like Google, Facebook, Intuit. Pretty cool.

The location in downtown Mountain View was very nice, plenty of parking, and we were just down the street and walking distance from about 50 restaurants. Lots of places to eat lunch, or meet with friends after work for a drink. And being at the center of Silicon Valley, it's a vibrant dynamic culture and atmosphere, with startups and entrepreneurs everywhere.

At the time I didn't always agree with the direction of the company, or the management decisions that were made. But I've certainly seen a lot worse since. Perhaps they actually had it right. Because in the long run, the strategies were innovative and successful. They've been in business for like 30 years. And I learned that during that time they only had one period of layoff's (the economic crash of 2008). They then invested all their remaining savings keeping as many folks on board as they could during those hard times. That's commendable.

So if you're considering working there, I say this: Work hard at investing in the company for the long term, and they will invest in you. This opportunity simply does not exist as readily at some of the other companies in the industry that I've tried since.

Cons - Bay area traffic is a bear. Silicon Valley is the absolute worse commute destination from any place north or east of San Francisco. And if you live further away, as some do, the stress from spending three hours each day in traffic will take its toll. A few employees arranged for different commute hours to help ease the pain. My advise is to move to Silicon Valley, or if you can't, carpool, take the train, or get a different job closer to home. Otherwise, you'll spend a large portion of your life behind the wheel. Some folks can deal with it. Not me.

If you want to just advance your career for the short term, this was not the best place. They are looking for a long term attitude. This may also be a plus however, depending on your goals.

The project documentation systems in place can be just plan scary. Especially at first. Over a period of time I understood they were put in place to serve client needs and lessen the need for greater numbers of administrative staff, but it did add some overhead to your work day. I managed to get used to it, and eventually saw the benefit. But a couple of staff never seemed to like it. Paperwork man, what a bummer! I'll say this tho - compared to what I'm using now, it was just plain elegant.

Advice to Senior Management - You may manage one of the largest and most successful studios in the area, but don't let that make you too complacent. Keep at improving it and yourselves!

At times Transvideo seemed to accept projects at budgets that customers could afford, rather than budgets that were more realistic. But of course we'd still want to deliver the highest quality product. So the project would inevitability go over budget, and if the customer could not afford more, often times they were not charged more. Resulting in awesome videos, but little profit. Company growth and benefits may be improved if more realistic budgets were agreed to from the start.

And for your staff - don't let one bad apple ruin it for everyone else. If they really don't want to be there, do them and everyone else a favor and let them go. Workplace satisfaction may improve because of it, and you'll have less stress

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  Yes

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes



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Transvideo Studios is the best company I have ever worked for.

Staff Position: Anonymous (Past Employee)

I worked at Transvideo Studios for 3.2 years

Pros - Transvideo is unique in that it has a good mixture of creative and really smart people.

Cons - It is really hard to change people's minds. The nice thing is that things are at least very consistent.

Advice to Senior Management - You need to focus on how you are going to maintain the existing culture and protocols as you grow. I think this could be really tough.

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  Yes

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes



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Great Place to work!!!

Staff Position: Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

Pros - I have always been rewarded and recognized for hard work. There are also solid programs and opportunities to develop professionally including quarterly employee reviews, cross-training programs and an upper management team that really cares. Perks, such as opportunities to do personal video projects, short films, and other non-client projects are big-time pros.

Cons - Sometimes the day to day work may get repetitive/factory-like, but there is still enough variety to keep things interesting. Some of the equipment is kind of old, but they're in the process of updating everything.

Advice to Senior Management - Transvideo Studios is a great place to work. It is a small company that utilizes its resources well. It has been around for almost 30 years when many of its competitors failed. So, whatever management is doing, it's working -- keep it up!!!

Would you recomment Tranvideo to a friend? -  Yes

Are you optimistic about the future outlook for Transvideo? -  Yes