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Before going any further, please read below what we will be expecting of you and what you can be expecting from us.
Space Rabbit Studios is a very small studio, we’re just starting out, and because of that we can’t afford to make many mistakes and we need people who can help us get to the next level as soon as possible. Because of that we’re aspiring to build a family over just “another agency”, we’re looking to create a well organized and united tribe which will be able to fight in the warfare called “the market” and support each other through this battle. There’s a person who did something similar in the past. David Ogilvy, and we decided to take upon some of his rules and added our own to make sure that we communicate well what we’re looking for and what you can expect from us.
What Kind of Behavior We Admire
We admire people who work hard, people who bite the bullet, we dislike passengers who don’t pull their weight into the boat. It is more fun to be overworked than to be underworked. There is an economic factor built in hard work. The harder you work, the fewer employees we need, and the more profit we make. The more profit we make, the more money becomes available to all of us.
We admire people with first-class brains, because you cannot run a great animation company without brainy people. But brains are not enough unless they are combined with intellectual honesty.
We admire people who work with gusto. If you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, I beg you to find another job. Remember the Scottish proverb: “Be happy while you’re living, for you’re a long time dead.”
We despise toadies who suck up to their bosses; they are generally the same people who bully their subordinates.
We admire self-confident professionals, the craftsmen who do their jobs with superlative excellence. They always seem to respect the expertise of their colleagues. They don’t need to beat up others.
We admire people who build up their subordinates and colleagues, the game is hard enough as it is, we don’t need to make it harder on ourselves or others.
We admire people with gentle manners who treat other people as human beings. I abhor quarrelsome people. I abhor people who wage paper-warfare. The best way to keep peace is to be candid. Remember Blake: “I was angry with my friend, I told my wrath, my wrath did end. I was angry with my foe; I told it not, my wrath did grow.”
We admire well-organized people who deliver their work on time. The Duke of Wellington never went home until he had finished ALL the work on his desk.
We don’t care about “talented people” who are assholes to others, we don’t care about if you have a title or not; or where you studied or where you’re from. We admire people who provide results and integrate well with our team.
We admire people with a scientific approach to life. People who value reason, facts and logic. People who can unlearn what they know and let go of old ideas easily, people who can and want to learn new things constantly and experiment with new concepts, ideas, methods and technology, people who can manage their ego’s enough to learn from people with more experience and admit they were wrong. People who embrace change.
What Can You Expect From Us:
We try to be fair and firm, to make unpopular decisions without cowardice, to create an atmosphere of stability, and to listen more than we talk.
We try to sustain momentum of the studio – its ferment, its vitality, its forward thrust.
We try to build the studio by landing new projects.
We try to win the confidence of our clients at their highest levels.
We try to make sufficient profits to keep us all from penury in old age.
We plan our policies far into the future.
We try to recruit people of the highest quality at all levels, to build the hottest staff in the animation business. We don’t care about anything other than work ethic and results.
We try to get the best out of every man and woman in our studio.
We will change over and over and adapt whenever it’s necessary to the market and technologies, we’ll always keep learning new things. Change will never end.