I am currently looking to fill two positions – a part-time administrative assistant and an internship. Both positions provide a fun, creative work environment with excellent perks! The details of each position are listed below.
This position will have very little to do with the actual photography portion of my business and I would prefer not to hire a photographer or aspiring photographer. This position requires an organized, detail-oriented, outgoing, tech-savvy individual to handle scheduling, client communication, some blogging and social media, order receiving/packaging and other miscellaneous administrative duties.
The administrative assistant will be needed in the studio one day a week (with flexible hours) and must also be available for a few additional hours throughout the week for work that can be done remotely. I anticipate this position requiring 8-12 hours per week with no weekends or holidays and I would prefer to trade services.
This unpaid position is an excellent opportunity to gain hands on photography experience, Photoshop training and more. Interns have flexible hours, assisting at both portrait and editorial photo shoots and periodically working in the studio. The ideal candidate is a high school or college student with an interest in photography, not someone who currently runs their own photography business.
A few behind the scenes photos from some of our shoots. I love that no two days are the same in this business!
Her Life Magazine Fitness Challenge Photo Shoot
A senior portrait session in the West Bottoms
A commercial shoot for 3House Boutique at Town Center Plaza
Hogging the road during a senior portrait session! I told you no two days were the same.
Clique Boutique for Her Life Magazine
Danni Boatwright for Her Life Magazine at Arrowhead Stadium
Newborn session at the studio
Studio mini sessions with two of the most stylish boys I’ve ever met
If you or anyone you know is qualified and interested in either of these positions, please submit a resume to jobs[at]hocusfocusphoto[dot]com.
Happy Friday, everyone!