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Photographer (Fixed Term until February 2019)

£24,079 – £26,183 per annum plus membership of Civil Service pension scheme                

Based at the National Museums Collection Centre, you will support the work of the Department of Collections Services.

Duties will include working with the collections to make them digitally accessible. You will work towards delivering the Department’s strategic priority projects, exhibitions and digitisation programmes.

You will be qualified to degree level, or equivalent, in Photography. You should be competent and very experienced in professional digital photography techniques. You will have a good knowledge of digital imaging and studio flash lighting, be experienced in digital imaging technology and be familiar with imaging software, and scanner and PC related software and hardware. You will also be able to provide evidence of existing relevant specialist knowledge.

You will be organised and methodical, with good verbal and written communication skills and ICT skills in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook. You should also have experience of managing your own time and workload, working to deadlines and handling multiple priorities. A driving licence is desirable.

This is a fixed term post until 28 February 2019 to support the delivery of the MP4 project. The successful candidate would be expected to start the role from October 2017.

You are asked to upload a sample of your photography portfolio (around 12 photographs) or include in your supporting statement a link to your online photography portfolio.

To make an online application for this post and to find further details of this post and of all our vacancies please visit www.nms.ac.uk.

Closing date for completed applications is Friday, 21 July 2017.

If you require further information, call 0131 247 4094 (answerphone) or email applications@nms.ac.uk, stating reference NMS17/736

Please note that CVs are not considered as/as part of applications and will not be forwarded to the shortlisting process.

It is anticipated that the selection event will take place on/around Monday, 7 August 2017.

National Museums Scotland is committed to being an Equal Opportunities Employer.

 

Senior Lecturer (ACL) In Photography

School of Art & Design (Grade 8)

The School of Art and Design brings together courses such as Advertising, Fashion Design, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Photography, Photography – Editorial and Advertising, Photojournalism and Documentary Photography as well as Visual Communication, within three subject groups, Art, Design & Photography.

The School incorporates undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD study with excellence in teaching.

The purpose of this role

Applications are sought for the position of Senior Lecturer and Academic Course Leader in Photography. We are seeking to appoint a practitioner with both conceptual and vocational experience in photography. The ideal candidate will have relevant under and post-graduate qualifications and be ready to lead an academic course of study.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic and passionate teacher-researcher in the areas of photography to join us in achieving our strategic priorities. To be successful in your appointment you will have experience in curriculum development, teaching at undergraduate level and be committed to developing an exciting course of study.

A commitment to working within the context of a team and building on the successes of the many award winning courses within theSchool of Art & Design is also essential.  This appointment provides an exciting opportunity to shape the learning of the future – if you’re ready to join us in making a difference and want to learn more about the School of Art and Design, visit the website.

Informal inquiries about the position to Angus Pryor – Head of School.

To apply, please see visit the jobs page.

 

Closing date:   Sunday 16th July 2017

Interview date: Tuesday 25th July 2017

The University of Gloucestershire celebrates diversity and is committed to providing equal opportunities for all staff and students. The University of Gloucestershire is committed to sustainability.

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RaleighInt_JobAd

Volunteer overseas as an Expedition Photographer

This is an exciting opportunity to use your creative skills in a rewarding way. Sustainable development charity Raleigh International is looking for photographers to volunteer on Expeditions in Malaysian Borneo, Nicaragua & Costa Rica, Nepal and Tanzania for 8 or 13 weeks from this June.

Raleigh’s programmes focus on providing safe access to water and sanitation facilities to rural communities, protecting vulnerable environments and building more resilient communities, all whilst developing the skills and confidence of young people.

As an Expedition Photographer, you will be based between the project sites and the Expedition fieldbase, the ‘operational hub’ of an expedition. You will work closely with the Communications Officer to gather content from the project sites for the expedition blogs; to bring to life and to promote Raleigh’s work. You’ll be part of the volunteer manager team made up of project managers, medics, administrators and logistics coordinators.

What will I be doing? 

  • Bring to life a Raleigh Expedition – visit the project sites and take photos of the volunteers, communities and environments we work in to show Raleigh’s impact
  • Work closely with the Communications Officer to gather content for the expedition blogs – sometimes this can be around specific days e.g. World Water Day
  • Liaise with the communications team in the London head office to ensure photography is on brand and representing Raleigh in the right way
  • Work closely alongside logistics & admin teams and in country staff to collaboratively run the expedition fieldbase

Your photos will be used on the Raleigh website, blogs and in communications and marketing to help promote the positive change Raleigh and volunteers are creating in developing countries.

Benefits:

  • Gain and develop expedition photography skills
  • Experience taking photos in an exciting and rural location
  • Experience international development first hand
  • Gain experience in an expedition environment
  • Learn and develop knowledge of international sustainable development
  • Gain and develop experience working with young people in a challenging environment
  • Experience living in a completely new and exciting remote location

When can I go?

Expeditions run every year and begin in January, June/July and September.

Borneo:

16 June – 8 August | 16 June – 12 September (summer)

25 September – 22 December (autumn)

Nicaragua & Costa Rica:

5 July – 29 August | 20 June – 14 September (summer)

24 Sept – 19 December (autumn)

Nepal:

13 June – 2 August | 13 June – 8 September (summer)

24 September – 20 December (autumn)

Tanzania:

13 June – 2 August | 11 June – 4 September (summer)

24 September – 18 December (autumn)

Do I have to donate or fundraise?

We ask all our volunteers to fundraise to contribute toward the projects. The fundraising target for this opportunity is £2,200 (13 weeks) and £2,100 (8 weeks). This is an unpaid voluntary position however when you are in country we will cover;

  • All living expenses included during the expedition – food and accommodation
  • Full training and support before and during the expedition
  • Travel and medical insurance included
  • In country transport

You will also need to cover the cost of your flights and any visas or vaccinations that you may need. We also ask that photographers bring own cameras, lenses, laptops and any other equipment you usually use.

Apply here via the Raleigh website and send a copy of your CV and portfolio to internationalresources@raleighinternational.org

If you have any questions about this role, please contact us on +44(0) 207 183 1295.

RaleighInt_JobAdVolunteer overseas as an Expedition Videographer

This is an exciting opportunity for you to use your creative skills in a unique and rewarding way. Sustainable development charity Raleigh International is looking for Videographers or film makers to volunteer on Expeditions in Malaysian Borneo, Nicaragua & Costa Rica, Nepal and Tanzania for 8 or 13 weeks from this June.

Raleigh’s programmes focus on providing safe access to water and sanitation facilities to rural communities, protecting vulnerable environments and building more resilient communities, all whilst developing the skills and confidence of young people.

As a Videographer, your main responsibilities will be documenting the Expedition; you’ll capture the stories of the volunteers, the important work they are doing and the communities they are working in.  We want you to be able to showcase our sustainable development projects and the achievements of our volunteers as they live and work in local communities. We will use your footage for short and long videos, social media content and for general awareness raising and brand films.

What will I be doing? 

  • Bring to life a Raleigh Expedition – visit the project sites and gather footage of the volunteers, communities and environments we work in to show Raleigh’s impact
  • Work closely with the Expedition Photographer to shoot footage and gather stills of community, volunteer and project partner stories
  • Liaise with the communications team in the London head office to ensure footage is good quality, on brand and representing Raleigh in the right way
  • Post production and all editing of footage
  • Meeting briefs set by Raleigh head or country offices to produce short films about our work to meet specific requirements
  • Supply all of your footage to Raleigh International

Your video content will be used on the Raleigh website, blogs and in communications and marketing to help promote the positive change Raleigh and volunteers are creating in developing countries.

Benefits:

  • Gain and develop expedition videography skills
  • Experience shooting footage in an exciting and rural location
  • Experience international development first hand
  • Gain experience in an expedition environment
  • Learn and develop knowledge of international sustainable development
  • Gain and develop experience working with young people in a challenging environment
  • Experience living in a completely new and exciting remote location

When can I go?

Expeditions run every year and begin in January, June/July and September. We are currently recruiting one Videographer per Expedition cycle;

Borneo:

16 June – 8 August | 16 June – 12 September (summer)

25 September – 22 December (autumn)

Nicaragua & Costa Rica:

5 July – 29 August | 20 June – 14 September (summer)

24 Sept – 19 December (autumn)

Nepal:

13 June – 2 August | 13 June – 8 September (summer)

24 September – 20 December (autumn)

Tanzania:

13 June – 2 August | 11 June – 4 September (summer)

24 September – 18 December (autumn)

Do I have to donate or fundraise?

We ask all our volunteers to fundraise to contribute toward the projects. The fundraising target for this opportunity is £2,200 (13 weeks) and £2,100 (8 weeks). This is an unpaid voluntary position however when you are in country we will cover;

  • All living expenses included during the expedition – food and accommodation
  • Full training and support before and during the expedition
  • Travel and medical insurance included
  • In country transport

You will also need to cover the cost of your flights and any visas or vaccinations that you may need. We also ask that Videographers bring own HDV cameras, sound equipment, laptops with editing software and any other equipment you usually use.

Apply here via the Raleigh website and send a copy of your CV and portfolio to internationalresources@raleighinternational.org

If you have any questions about this role, please contact us on +44(0) 207 183 1295.

 


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