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Join the highly regarded team at The Mercury in Launceston and be accountable for creating and capturing brilliant visuals that engage local audiences and enhance editorial storytelling across all platforms. What’s the role? Capture quality imagery that aligns with editorial briefs and enhances content across all platforms. Understand and apply the inner workings of photography, i.
e. composition, lighting, balance, tension, mood, interest. Conceptualise, plan and execute photo shoots.
Build contacts that facilitate the gathering of full and balanced news content. An ability to write clean editorial copy quickly File in line with publication deadlines and requirements relevant to each platform Who are you? Flair for composition Excellent communication, command of English and interpersonal skills Enthusiasm for the role and the newspaper industry A natural interest in current affairs and news; an inquisitive nature; creative Natural news sense Be able to Work flexible working hours which may include nights, weekends, public holidays and overtime Physical capacity to carry photographic equipment Able to work independently or in a team environment Understands newsroom and production processes and requirements Meets deadlines, works in a timely manner and with a ‘sense of urgency’ Video shooting and editing skills would be an advantage What’s in it for you? Flexible work arrangements Collaborative environment Opportunity to innovate, challenge the norm and pioneer the way forward Variety of work where no two days are the same Make a difference as part of Australia’s most influential media organisation Who are we? We are proud of our heritage of connecting communities to the stories that matter. We are the voice of Tasmania.
We’re for news, sport, lifestyle and more: our newspapers, magazines and websites influence 16 million people each month, a larger audience than any other media business in Australia. Our journalists have the drive to make a difference, a passion to find the truth, and a hunger to break the story first. With 9.
4 million Australians reading at least one of our News Corp print publications per week, our platform to break compelling stories is unmatched. Where do I sign? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.