We have recently moved to a new recruiting system, if your last application was before December 2016 please create a new account to apply for an available position. To do this, please select the position you’d like to apply for,
click “Apply” and click “Create Account”. You will then be prompted to answer a series of questions.
We look forward to reviewing your submission.
If you have any questions about creating an account please contact us.
What format should I submit my resume in?
Preferred format is PDF.
How can I submit my portfolio/demo reel?
Please refer to the job posting for specific submission requirements. There is a section on the application to include a link to your online portfolio/demo reel. Digital copies are encouraged and preferred. If we would like to see additional work,
you will be contacted.
How long should my demo reel be?
Demo reels should be one to three minutes in length.
Will Pixar contact me regarding the status of my application?
Due to the quantity of submissions received, we are not able to offer individual feedback. However, you will receive
an email acknowledging receipt of your application.
How often should I apply?
We recommend applying when there is a significant change to your work experiences that might influence your candidacy or if your contact information has changed. All information is kept on file for two years.
If I am not authorized to work in the United States, can I still apply at Pixar?
Pixar works hard to identify top talent from around the world; however, because the process of obtaining a work visa can be complex, please understand that not all roles or applicants may be eligible for sponsorship. Before applying, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations regarding temporary work and/or student visas. For additional information, please visit the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services website: https://www.uscis.gov/
How can I be considered for voice-over work?
Your agent may call Pixar's main line and someone will direct him or her to the appropriate department.
Can I submit a creative story and/or script idea?
No. All of Pixar's ideas and stories are developed internally and it is our policy not to view any external submissions.
For legal reasons we automatically return all creative material (scripts, synopses, sketches, etc.) unopened and unread.
So, please do not send any kind of creative submission to Pixar.