SFX Job Opportunity In Florida

edited July 2019 in Job Listings
Job Description

Are you interested in saving lives? Join an innovative company as we grow in the medical education and technology space!

This job will appeal to creative personalities who possess a strong attention to detail. Ideally you will have a SFX or artist background, although we will train the right people.

We are located in Sarasota, FL.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • You will work as part of a team responsible to create medical manikins for training purposes
  • You will be assigned to specific areas of production and creation based on your core strengths and areas of expertise
  • You will be responsible to work as part of a creative and performance driven team

Position Requirements:

  • Legally eligible to work in the United States
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • You possess fine attention to detail
  • Preference will be given to those candidates who possess experience with silicone and foam, sfx painters, hair punching, and wig specialists

This is a full time job with a very real chance of growing with the company. Paid training will be provided for the right candidates, and travel will be necessary for part of your training. We provide paid holidays, and the ability and opportunity to work with some of the best and brightest minds in the world!

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $15 to $18 /hr

Please Contact 
john@echosimulation.com with a resume and introduction.

Post edited by Echo Simulation on


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    edited October 2020
    What aspects of medical education do you cover? Do you cooperate with any universities/colleges? I'm particularly interested in remote work, but I can consider an internship as well, as I'm a post graduate student (with MSc degree in Biotechnology).

    Post edited by Chris Ellerby on
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    edited January 27
    This job opportunity sounds fascinating, especially for those with a creative flair and a passion for detail. It's great to see a company dedicated to medical education and technology growth.
    I'd definitely consider this role. Plus, the idea of working with silicone, foam, and special effects in the medical field sounds intriguing.
    For anyone looking for opportunities or even employers seeking talent, there's a global recruiter network I've come across, and it can be quite helpful. Check out https://huntly.ai/ if it interests you.
    Post edited by Linkraft on
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