Jobs at Keyphoto
Keyphoto is a great company to work for! We have a loyal staff, so it's rare that we have any vacancies for permanent posts.
However, we simply can't get enough web support. There is currently a regular and ongoing vacancy for more freelance Web Managers. The job is focused on constantly updating of product information online. You will have worked on other web sites, and training will be provided to the successful candidate. HTML coding is not required but an understanding of the concept a clear advantage. A knowledge of photography and photographic terms would be useful, and applicants must have a good eye for detail. Hourly pay is in line with national rates. We envisage this role to be home based with hours to suit. Updated: 10 April 2014.
We are currently looking for a part-time Sales Administrator. The role involves regular liaison with our wonderful customers. You will be able to post sales and purchase orders. Negotiating with suppliers for better prices and services is another regular function. You should be interested in, and knowledgeable about, traditonal and digital photography with a good phone manner. Training is ongoing. Your application will make more sense if you are based in or near Harpenden. Updated: 10 April 2014.
IMPOSSIBLE Instant film is the only exclusive product currently handled by Keyphoto. If you are a photographic technician or photo instructor who would like to teach students and teachers about the marvelous opportunities afforded by this new product, you could join David Healey and his team to become a Workshop Demonstrator. Full training will be given. This is a free-lance opportunity. Terms and conditions will vary according to your level of commitment. Updated: 10 April 2014.
HDSLR Convergence is taking both photography and video broadcasting to the edge. Keyphoto and f-stop Academy run training course for instructors in Higher Education. We need trainers to cover the UK and deliver these courses. You will receive unique in-depth training, equipment and support. You are currently working in video capture and production or a photo - or film journalist. This is a well-paid but occassional opportunity. We would expect you to delivery no more than 10 courses per year. Please call for further information. Updated: 10 April 2014.
If you want to deliver Printer Calibration Training to university & college departments, we can offer you a unique opportunity. Keyphoto will provide in-depth training which will allow you to calibrate inkjet printers on-site and train staff. This is a well paid and offers regular visits. Your own transport is a necessity, mileage and expenses are covered. Updated: 10 April 2014.
Finally, if you're still at school, local and have an interest in the photographic industry, we can often accomodate a place for work shadowing. You should live locally and be at least in Year 11 to make this a meaningful experience.
If you would like to register your interest in working with Keyphoto please email your contact details and CV to our Director, Sue Claydon at firstname.lastname@example.org