Photographers – join the Sportsbeat team!

Sportsbeat is one of the fastest growing content businesses in the UK, working with some of the leading brands and agencies to create compelling content to power social and digital channels as well as traditional media.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and talented photographer to work alongside our multimedia team across a hugely varied client portfolio to deliver content that stands out from the crowd.

You’ll shoot with some of the biggest names in sport and entertainment and create engaging imagery and digital assets from concept to delivery.

You’ll be confident working with clients, managing shoots and meeting demanding deadlines from some of the UK’s biggest print and digital platforms.

We expect you to have a strong technical understanding, and the ability to conceptualise and develop branded photography as well as satisfy sports editors on desks at leading national and regional newspapers.

We partner with major brands so you must be equally as comfortable on a two-day commercial shoot or in the mixed zone at a major sporting event. You should have an expert proficiency with the current industry equipment and software, with an interest or passion for graphic design extremely desirable.

Your knowledge will be matched by strong organisational skills, a creative eye, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will be proactive thinker with a flexible, can-do attitude always able to adapt to last minute schedule changes and a problem-solving approach to work.

You must also be willing to travel across the UK to undertake photography projects and be confident in delivering all aspects of media production.

Applicants for this post will be required to submit a portfolio of work, preferably online, as part of the application process that showcases a knowledge of digital photography, lighting and composition.

Salary is negotiable depending on experience. If you think you fit the bill, we’d love to hear from you.

For more information, contact  Ric Sumner at [email protected]