Theodox’s advice is brilliant. There is plenty of good content. I like that you split into sections of types in your menu, however for me you mention things like rigging on your resume but I couldn’t find anything on it in your site. The front page layout might be nice to simply point to and exemplify the sub sections as I almost didn’t do much digging past that front page, so short sweet with top picks or even just images linking to sections might help keep the user engaged and directed to things they are interested in. Unfortunately you need to grab someone’s attention in the first few clicks and don’t count on someone making it past 30 seconds into a demo reel, especially if they are looking for specific skills.
Some other general thoughts. Especially at larger studios where things become quite specialized and there is less need or desire for a generalist it’s even more imperative to have a resume and cover letter specific to that company’s needs. Keep improving and applying, what a company needs today and this time may not find a fit for your skills or team fit but that isn’t to say the next time they won’t have different needs that you will fit.