Posted 28-07-2014, offered
The ideal candidate has a passion for visual storytelling, is a strong sports shooter and has the ability to work with people from all walks of life.
Freedom to do major projects has become a staple of the Times-News photo department. Want to do a monthly photo essay for the Sunday centerpiece? Do it. How about a multi-media sports package on the College of Southern Idaho’s basketball teams going to their national tournaments half-way across the country? Go for it. The point is they believe in giving their photographers the time and resources they need to develop short and long-term projects.
They are a family friendly and affordable community with access to world-class skiing a little more than an hour away, the best trout stream in the United States an hour drive from your front door, not to mention access to kayaking, hiking, biking and hunting in all directions.
To be considered, you must apply online at www.magicvalley.com/workhere. Please send portfolio(website links encouraged) to Chief Photographer Drew Nash at email@example.com.
It is a drug free workplace, and all applicants considered for employment must pass a post offer drug test and background/mvr screening prior to commencing employment.