As a Photo Editor with Warren For President, you’ll be working with lots of teams. Video, social, design, organizing, political -- everyone needs photos! You'll be responsible for keeping our systems organized and visually consistent. You'll take our existing visual brand and continue to innovate our aesthetic.
This is a full-time position based out of our Boston, MA headquarters. Depending on your experience level, travel to photograph events is possible.
In this position, you will:
- Manage a library and metadata system for photos so they're searchable by other teams in the organization
- Edit photos after events
- Build off of and innovate our aesthetic
- Coordinate with many teams across the organization
- Be on call on weekends to help road crew edit and distribute photos for our social media accounts
- Travel to events when needed to take photos and offer support to road crew
Top things we’re looking for:
- Strong commitment to Democratic politics and ideals and enthusiasm for electing Elizabeth Warren
- At least 2-3 years work experience
- Empathy, humility, and respect
- Attention to detail, especially under tight deadlines or in high pressure situations
- A portfolio of edited photos in various types of events / scenes
- Mastery of the Adobe photo editing apps
- An ability to work in a high-pressure, on-call environment. Candidates must be self-motivated and willing to work long hours, including nights and weekends as needed
- A nimble understanding of social media and interest in digital strategy a plus
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