University of Sheffield Photo Soc

[PhotoSoc] Jobs Update

Dear Fellow PhotoSoc Members,

Hi photocats!  Here we have a few old and new jobs available for you guys to apply.  Please read and follow the application instructions carefully so that we can access your applications:)

We have a few voluntary job:

1. The Sheffield Japan Day 2014

Japan Day is a charity event at the university that aims to showcase Japanese culture, whilst raising money for support and therapy for children orphaned in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster.

As part of the event, they’re planning on providing guests with the opportunity to have their photographs taken in a kimono.  So they will need a photographer to take photos at the kimono corner. (Portraiture)

It would be a voluntary position but would make an excellent addition to a portfolio and would also be a great opportunity to gain more experience in photographing events professionally.  Volunteers would get free entry to the event.

The event will be taking place on Sunday 16th March, from 11:30 to 17:00.

If you are interested in this job, please fill in this unpaid job form:


2. Sheffield Friends Music and Food Festival

Sheffield Friends of MSF, a charity supporting the international humanitarian organisation Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), are hosting a music and food event at Harland Cafe near London Road in the evening of the 27th March.

They are looking for a  photographer

Details of the event are here:

If you are interested in this job, please fill in this unpaid job form:


3. ELSA Sheffield

The European Law Students Society at Sheffieldwill be hosting a National Council Meeting which gather all the national ELSA groups around the UK on the 28th-30th March which on average have an attendance of 150+ people.  They would like to keep a record of the dates through photographs so they are looking for a photographer for this event.
If you are interested in this job, please fill in this unpaid job form:


4. Football Website

“I run an amateur football website in Yorkshire.

We’ve been running since August last year and have just reached 300k hits. We are ‘not for profit’, we dont plan to earn money, instead we do it for the love of the game, to increase participation and to offer young journalists an opportunity to get real life experience.

We have many student journalists (From both Hallam and Sheffield) who visit games each week but have no photographers in the Sheffield.

In West Yorkshire we pair a photographer with a reporter and it works wel for both parties (and we use it as cross promotion)

Would any of your member be interested? It is a great way to get your name out there and it a good CV addition.

Mike ”

So if you are interested in working with Mike please send us an email.


If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to email us.

Best regards,
Jobs Officer

Category: General

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