Here at Syndigo, we're enabling our clients to deliver better eCommerce experiences. We've mastered the right data, right now. From creation to sale, that's the value our partners get from us - a holistic, truly differentiated end-to-end solution that closes the loop while increasing sales.

Basically, we're the accurate data behind how people feel when they shop online with confidence!

We cannot do all of this without our amazing people! Our employees make the magic happen here at Syndigo and we're growing rapidly! We're ready for you to collaborate with us to challenge the status quo!

The mission of a Syndigo Photographer is to be committed to accurate and comprehensive product information that adheres to Syndigo's photography and measurement guidelines by managing a daily workload and ensure quality and consistency of images and data captured. The Syndigo Photographer will exercises independent judgment resulting in accurate and timely resolution of exceptions and is accountable for the final decision about capture of information for products on behalf of the Syndigo client, as well as oversee the population of all assigned images in the Syndigo database. 

This role is in-person located in Peoria, IL.

HOW WE’LL BE WINNING TOGETHER DAY TO DAY

  • Take appropriate action to ensure daily delivery schedules are met.
  • Adheres to Syndigo's image capture/remote capture procedures in photography, measurement, and data delivery.
  • Works closely with the operations team to ensure that there is a steady flow of product available for capture.
  • Keeps supervisor informed on progress/issues.
  • Other duties as assigned.

WE SHOULD TALK IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOU

  • Photography experience preferred (Product photography experience is a plus).
  • Strong leadership skills positive people skills, approachability, credibility, and teamwork.
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organization and time management skills.
  • Self-starter, independent thinking, decision making, and you can work under pressure to meet deadlines.
  • Technical certification/training in any of the following: photography, media arts, image editing, animation, digital imaging, graphic arts is a plus.

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Authenticity fuels our work. In fact, it’s one of our Syndigo Values. To achieve the best version of our organization, we know it takes new ideas, new approaches, new perspectives and new ways of thinking. A purpose we are 100% committed to cultivating.

Diversity is woven into our fabric at Syndigo and it’s how we stay an industry leader, innovating technology solutions that equip our customers with everything they need to be successful! 

All are welcome here and we invite you to join our team if you are ready to help us continue that growth! 

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