Job: Business Development Manager, AP Images – Fixed-term contract – London – Closes Tomorrow

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The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. Its video business has bureaus in more than 80 countries, and distributes global news, sport, entertainment, technology and lifestyles content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. Founded in 1846, AP today is the most trusted source of independent news and information. On any given day, more than half the world’s population sees news from AP.

AP Images, a commercial division within the Associated Press, has many years’ experience of providing photography and other services to some of world’s largest and best-known organisations, corporations and brands.

AP Images works with both media and non-media clients to provide photography and video services, including production, distribution and publicity services, around the world. On behalf of its clients, AP coordinates crews, producers, photographers, videographers, and arranges distribution of content over global AP’s distribution network.

AP invites applications for the position of Business Development Manager within the AP Images department, based in London. This role will be offered on a fixed-term contract to cover maternity leave.
With responsibility for helping to grow AP Images business among existing and new clients outside of the Americas, this position is based in London reporting to the AP Images Director of International Business Development.

The Business Development Manager will be responsible for account managing existing AP Images clients, growing business and developing new business leads through customer sales calls, crafting and delivering customer presentations / proposals.
Knowledge and Experience:
• Proven sales or product marketing experience.
• Proven image or video industry experience – in editorial, creative stock or assignment photography or video business.
• Experience in managing sales goals and targets, as well as have demonstrated the ability to thrive in a sales oriented environment.
• Strong analytical skills are required and the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong and well-rounded writing and presentation skills.
• Superior leadership qualities. The ideal candidate will be highly innovative, self-motivated and resourceful. Specifically, the ideal candidate will have enthusiasm for the job and a proven track record of sales successes, marketing savvy and business acumen.
• Deep knowledge of Internet technologies and e-commerce. AP Images makes use of digital or electronic delivery technologies.  While the individual does not need to have a technical background, he/she needs to know these technologies to sell and discuss in a sales or marketing setting and with customers.
• Superior written and oral communications skills.
• Strong computer skills including proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and presentational programs.
• The ability to collaborate with a diverse range of internal teams is essential.
• Fluency in another major European language would be advantageous.
Qualified applicants should send a CV and covering letter to Human Resources, at [email protected] or The Interchange, Oval Road, Camden, London NW1 7DZ.

All applicants must be able to work in the UK or be able to gain permission to work in the UK.

The closing date is 17th April 2014. If you have not heard from us by 1st May 2014 please consider your application unsuccessful.

No recruitment agencies please.

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Job: Freelance Picture Editor 14/15/16/17 April – London magazines

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A PAN reader, Picture Editor at a London based contract publisher, is seeking a freelance picture editor/researcher for cover 14th April to the 17th.
‘The main role is commissioning across titles, both in the UK and worldwide although there is usually only one or two international jobs. I can leave a list of photographers we use so contacts are not essential and the Art Editors can advise if guidance is needed. It’s a really cool job working with excellent creative photographers and the team here are brilliant. Its a very jolly office and you’re pretty much left to get on with things. The other part of the job is picture research and I’d be surprised if you don’t know the agencies we use as they are all pretty mainstream but again will leave lists with passwords etc along with a complete handover.’

If you are free and fancy the job email [email protected] and I will pass on your details.

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Job: Account Executive – £24k – 26K + commission Image Source London

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Job: Photo Assignments/Social Media editor – Panos Pictures – London, UK

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Assignments/Social Media editor – Panos Pictures – London, UK

Job description
Panos Pictures is looking for an assignments editor to oversee all commissions and assignments. He/she will be responsible for the day to day selection of photographers for assignments through to the final delivery of photography to the client. The assignments editor must develop and sustain relationships with Panos photographers, clients and organisations while seeking to expand our client base in the UK and overseas.

He/she will also oversee the Social Media output of the agency (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, PanosSOCIAL) and have a clear sense of the impact of the medium tied to the aims and objectives of the agency.

The assignments editor is a key member of the Panos Pictures’ team, working closely alongside the Editor and Multimedia team and reporting directly to the Director and Profile Director.

Role & responsibilities

• Liaise between clients and photographers
• Logistical organisation and support for photographers
• Negotiate contracts and fees
• Brief photographers for assignments
• Ensure correct and prompt delivery of photography
• Collect expenses and receipts on behalf of the photographer and agency
• Invoicing for assignments
• Meeting with clients
• Informing clients of photographers’ plans and whereabouts
• Keep abreast of new and emerging talent
• Responsible for social media output – regular updates on Twitter and Facebook, oversee production of SOCIAL page on Panos website
• Emergency response. Coordinating agency’s response when photographers find themselves in difficulties.

Skills and experience

• Some previous experience of organising and overseeing assignments
• Knowledge and experience of producing social media
• Good working knowledge of photoshop and other imaging software
• Organisational, communication and negotiation skills
• Ability to work under pressure and to adapt to a rapidly changing environment
• Photo editing skills
• European language preferably French, German, Italian or Spanish
• HTML and WordPress blogs
• Bachelors degree in a relevant subject

Salary based on experience.

Interested applicants should please send a covering letter and CV for the attention of Francesca [email protected]
Deadline for applications is 31st March, interviews will be week beginning 14th April.

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Job: Picture Desk Assistant – London based media group – Salary £15-16k

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Picture Desk Assistant – Salary £15-16k

Redactive Media Group is the leading provider of magazines, digital media and live events for membership and professional services.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a small and busy picture desk, which supports the creative content of our brands. You will be a highly organised, enthusiastic team player, who has a keen interest in photography. You will be responsible for the administration of the Picture Desk but will also get the opportunity to learn how to source and licence striking imagery.
You will need excellent communication skills to work closely with editors, publishers and clients across a range of magazines, websites and brand extensions.
This role will be fast paced requiring you to multi-task and meet tight deadlines.

To produce the best quality magazines, we aim to attract a diverse mix of people who have fresh, creative and challenging ideas. Redactive offers a competitive basic salary and excellent benefits package, contributory pension, a personal training plan, 25 days’ holiday and subsidised gym membership. Based in bright modern offices in Clerkenwell, the company culture is friendly, informal and creative, but with an emphasis on high quality work.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please e-mail your CV and a covering letter explaining how your skills and abilities match our requirements to [email protected]

Closing date: 24th March

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Job: Picture Publicity Manager – 12 Month FTC – ITV London

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ITV is looking for a picture publicity manager to join our dynamic and creative press office in London to promote programmes on ITV Encore – a new pay channel dedicated to the very best of our great contemporary drama – and ITVBe which is dedicated to lifestyle and entertainment programming from the UK and the US including TOWIE and the Real Housewives franchise.

You will create compelling and dynamic photography to support the promotion of our programmes on ITV Encore and ITVBe in order to drive audiences to these channels. You will report to both the Head of Drama and the Head of Entertainment creating promotional stills to publicise our programmes across all genre on Encore and Be.

We will look to you to work with our publicists to create a 360 degree comms plan, commission and brief photographers to produce irresistible, creative stills on a budget that are in line with the tone and aspirations of the relevant channel. You will manage the rights including copyright and captioning of all photographic material, liaise effectively with other parts of ITV eg marketing, sponsorship and on-line and manage and maintain images on the website.

You must have a good understanding of picture desk requirements and picture distribution, knowledge of what makes a brilliant picture which publications will want to use to promote our programmes and channels and experience of having set up still shoots and worked with on and off screen talent.
Full details and to apply
Closes today 21 March

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Job: Marketing Executive – British Museum Images – Full Time

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Marketing Executive
Full Time
Permanent

The British Museum attracts over six million visitors a year and is one of the world’s greatest museums.
The commercial image licensing division of the museum, The British Museum Images, has a vacancy for a Marketing Executive who will help develop, implement and monitor marketing plans for all British Museum Images marketing initiatives.

Reporting to the Head of British Museum Images, potential candidates will need to demonstrate great awareness of the market place and social media platforms, strong planning and organisational skills, team work and the ability to produce creative marketing material such as adverts, brochures and portfolios within demanding deadlines. In addition, the successful candidate needs to demonstrate a strong creative flair to identify new content trends and work closely with the collections manager to prioritise relevant content for the website and marketing communication material.

Applicants should also have:

1. Previous experience of working in a Marketing environment
2. Excellent creative writing and editing skills
3. Strong communication skills
4. Ability to plan effectively and work to tight deadlines

This position would be an ideal opportunity for someone looking to develop their career in digital marketing within the cultural sector

This post is based in Central London

For an application pack, please email Dharshan Marway at [email protected] telephone
0207 323 8864.

I would be happy to accept CV and motivation letters.
Closing date for completed applications is: two weeks from publication

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Job: Picture Researcher – photo library London

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Do you have an interest in history and fine art, an eye for detail and a love of research? We are looking for a PICTURE RESEARCHER to join our friendly team at the akg-images offices in Fulham, south-west London.

WHO WE ARE: akg-images is a Rights Managed photo agency specialising in fine art and history. We have an incredible archive of over ten million images covering the cultural history of the world and have been in the picture business for nearly seventy years. Our head office is located in Berlin and we have an additional office in Paris.

YOUR ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the managing director as part of a small picture research team, you will be responsible for undertaking picture research based on briefs given by clients, researching our own collection as well as our international partner agencies’ databases. You will be dealing with a diverse range of clients, from academic textbook publishers to greetings cards manufacturers, from advertising agencies to television production companies. You will also work closely with our documentation and scanning teams in our head office to source material and with our translators to translate caption information from German into English where appropriate. You will also be involved in the promotion and marketing of the company and will represent the photo agency at trade fairs and client visits. There are opportunities for foreign travel for the successful candidate.

PERSON SPECIFICATION: You must be educated to undergraduate degree level (or equivalent) at least, ideally in history or art history. You must also have strong general knowledge. Previous experience working in a picture research environment is essential. Fluency in written and spoken German is crucial; we will not be able to consider applicants without advanced German language skills. A working knowledge of another European language would also be useful.

You must have keen research skills and be able to interpret a variety of image briefs thoroughly and creatively. Knowledge of photographic and artistic copyright legislation is essential for the role. Interest or experience in the publishing and/or advertising sectors, as well as awareness of the latest developments in new technology, is desirable.

You should be helpful by nature, friendly, outgoing and efficient with excellent organisation and communication skills. You must be able to thrive under the pressure of deadlines. You should have a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and imaging software, as well as some experience in using image databases. Experience with using social media for business would also be advantageous.

SALARY: dependent on experience

CONTRACT TYPE: permanent

HOURS: full-time

LOCATION: akg-images offices at:
5 Melbray Mews
158 Hurlingham Road
London SW6 3NS

TO APPLY: Please send a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification, as well as your salary expectation, to:

David Price-Hughes
Managing Director
akg-images
5 Melbray Mews
158 Hurlingham Road
London SW6 3NS
[email protected]

Closing date for applications is: Sunday 23 March 2014. No agencies please.

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Job: Art Director – The Official Ferrari Magazine – London

Spotted on the Conde Nast careers page

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The Official Ferrari Magazine, a Condé Nast Contract Publications is looking for a talented Art Director to join their London based editorial team.

The successful candidate will be responsible for running the art desk and will work closely with the Editor to maintain the glamorous and glossy look and feel of Ferrari. He/She will be a brilliant designer and have proven art directing experience, ready to initiate fresh ideas in order to create dynamic, gorgeous layouts in a deadline-driven environment.

Ferrari’s Art Director must be brimming with ideas for real-life shoots, cover shoot concepts and original picture ideas across all areas of the magazine, and possess strong leadership skills to manage the art desk. He/She will have the experience of working closely with photographers, editors, writers and stylists to deliver the Editor’s creative vision. If you have a can-do, organised approach and an eye for perfect detail, we would like to hear from you.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to [email protected] with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

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Job: Digital Manager/Photography Editor – The Washington Post

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The Washington Post seeks a full-time, experienced photography editor to work with the photography team and support the Senior Photo Editor for Digital Engagement. The ideal candidate has excellent breaking-news judgment, strong organizational skills, and can generate engaging visual story ideas. A passion for photography and visual narrative is required. We are looking for a quick and effective problem solver who has stellar interpersonal and communication skills. This person will work all sections in the newsroom to generate digital photography content across platforms. The ideal candidate will be responsible for gallery building, training others to build galleries, and maintaining our photography standards. Candidate will monitor and update our social media photography accounts. The schedule is Monday-Friday 11-7, with weekend, evening and early-morning hours occasionally required for breaking news.
Details and to Apply here

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