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    HR Executive - Talent Acquisition Apply here Job Code: BL/TA/JRE/002/0914 Graduation/PG Description: Job Role involves
    End - to - End recruitments.

    Relevant Experience - Fresher or upto 1 year

Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Industry: Animation, Gaming

Functional Area: HR , Recruitment , Administration , IR

Role Category:HR/ Recruitment / IR

Role:HR Executive

Employment Type: Permanent Job, Full Time



UG: Any Graduate - Any Specialization

PG:MBA/PGDM - HR/Industrial Relations

Company Profile:


HOW A SMALL BAND OF ANIMATION INNOVATORS BROUGHT MOVIE MAGIC TO MILLIONS (WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL FILM STUDIOS)To begin the story of Blue Sky - before the lonely bunnies , hungry squirrels , and quirky robots , we have to go back to a time when the idea of a feature film made only with computers wasn't even an idea. The year was 1982 and intent on making use of rising computer technology , Disney hired a small computer animation company based in Elmsford , NY named MAGI to create the majority of the CGI animation for the groundbreaking film Tron. MAGI is credited with some of the most memorable sequences in the film , including the classic light cycle sequence. It is here that a few employees met and went on to form the diverse and incredibly gifted group that would found Blue Sky Studios.In February 1986 , six of these innovators sat together in a cramped apartment and fueled only by their determined enthusiasm , decided to pool what little money they had to start their own computer animation company. These pioneers were Alison Brown , David Brown , Michael Ferraro , Carl Ludwig , Dr. Eugene Troubetzkoy and Chris Wedge
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