Senior Photographer/Videographer

Wellington, New Zealand

Videographer, Camera

This listing expired on 8 January at 1:46pm.

Are you a creative storyteller, who is pragmatic and self-motivated? Then this might be just the opportunity you have been waiting for.

 

Wellington City Council's award-winning creative team provides brand leadership and design services to the Council, to make a real difference for Wellington residents and visitors. Working across council services, and collaboratively within the communication and engagement team, we produce worldclass creative solutions to boldly tell the story of the Council, our people and this place - Wellington.

In this role, you will be responsible for generating engaging, creative and high-quality videographic and photographic content using a variety of techniques in alignment with the wider organisational values and vision.

You will be capturing the beautiful sights and sounds of our city - anything from scenery and wildlife to infrastructure and people. You will be at the centre of the political capital of the country and will get to work with top professionals, so this is a fantastic opportunity to grow and develop your existing videography and photography skills. Your work will receive top billing on our external and internal websites, advertising, posters and signage, social media channels, brochures, plus our quarterly magazine.

Key to your success in this role will be your great people skills which mean you can easily connect with people from all different backgrounds. You will be working on a mix of independent and team-based projects so we are looking for someone who is equally comfortable with both modes of working, as well as being confident, diplomatic and a keen learner.

We are looking forward to seeing your portfolio of work, that demonstrates technical competency in videographic and photographic capture, post-production and content delivery. It will also demonstrate your eye for strong composition, your storytelling abilities and your creative approach.

 

Please note that in this role, you will be expected to work outside the core business hours and weekends as needed. You should also have a current and full New Zealand Drivers licence.

Along with the ability to be part of an inclusive and forward-thinking council, you will get benefits such as 5 weeks annual leave after 2 years of continuous service and flexible working arrangements. If you are looking for something new and exciting to kickstart in 2021, then don't wait, hit the apply button now!

 

All applications for this role must be submitted online and will be treated in strict confidence. If you would like more information or have any questions, feel free to contact Aleena Antony, Talent Acquisition Partner at the email address below.

Applicants will be shortlisted as they apply, and this role will close when we find the right candidate, so if this opportunity is something that you are interested in please get in your application ASAP!

 

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