The people at S emailed me earlier telling me that there were writers on strike around the studio, but not to worry.
And I did run into them as I was walking to the video editing room, but they were really nice to me.
Inside the studio, I don't know if it was because there was a strike going on, but it seemed that less people were actually working. There was a lot of noise in the other rooms (that distracted me a bit), and when I was walking down the path outside inside the lot, there were people dancing.
...I don't know, it could be considered "work."
I read manga and that's considered "work" to me, so...
One tip regarding your resume, since I used to work a little in Human Resources. A lot of "fans" do this...they write in their qualifications that they love anime. That's not a qualification!! You should write that in the cover letter/email, since they ask for someone who is familiar with manga.
Anyway, if you're interested please apply and help poor Tania! She is busy, busy, busy...from what I can see.