LATAM Lead Sound Designer


HAUS Is looking to add a strong Lead Sound Designer to the team to support a large Entertainment client. The Lead Sound Designer (LATAM) is a collaborator with the Creative team, and is primarily responsible for bringing a sonic perspective to all AV assets for a title. They will be responsible for creative execution, either by designing, or by leading other sound designers. The difference between the Lead and a Sound Designer is that the Lead will work directly with the rest of the creative and strategy team, while a Sound Designer is only responsible for creative execution and will work directly with the Lead Sound Designer.

Looking for someone in region in Mexico City.

Spanish and English speaking is required, and if you also speak Portuguese that is a huge bonus!


  • Collect and understand all necessary context surrounding the title. This includes watching down materials that are available, and reading all briefs and materials prepared by the Strategy team.
  • Collaborate and contribute to ideas surrounding the sound of each AV asset. Bring ideas to the creative team, as well as voice concerns about sound related issues that may arise.
  • Understand and clearly communicate the level of effort and resources required for each asset. This may include reaching out to additional resources such as Netflix Music Lab.
  • Attend all kickoff meetings, and creative syncs. Contribute to production plan based on notes and sharing schedule
  • Lead the creative execution for each piece, either personally or leading other sound designers.
  • Creative execution can include but is not limited to:
    • Sound design and sound effects editorial
    • Dialogue editing and cleanup
    • Music editing
    • Light music overlays or enhancements
    • Mixing for approvals


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