In 1941, legendary photographer Ansel Adams began working for the US
Department of the Interior to shoot large format photos of National
Parks and other notable locations out in the great outdoors.
Guess what? The same job opening has appeared again: the National
Parks Service is looking to hire a black-and-white large format
photographer, and the salary is up to $100,000 per year.
A new job listing at USAJOBS
shows that the National Park Service of the Department Of The Interior
is looking for someone to fill an opening with the title “Photographer,
The full time job has a salary range of $63,722 to $99,296 per year,
and is based out of Washington, DC. It requires a great deal of
traveling (up to 5 to 10 nights per month, the listing says), and is
only available to US citizens.
In terms of job duties, the photographer will be tasked with shooting
large-format documentary photos for the Library of Congress, developing
photographic guidelines and standards, producing exhibition quality
prints, evaluating photographic submissions, and making presentations
about the photo collection.
Applications will be accepted until December 15th, 2015
Friday, December 11, 2015
Friday, December 4, 2015
An eLearning MFA candidate seeks the assistance of 1-2 Savannah-campus photography students for assistance installing work at Oglethorpe Gallery on 2/18/2016, serving as receptionist at the gallery on Friday 2/19, Saturday 2/20 and Sunday 2/21, and assisting with de-installation and clean up on 2/22. Students will be paid a generous, hourly rate. To be considered, please email contact information (email, cell) and availability to Professor Jenny Kuhla at email@example.com.
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