Campus Photographer (Summer 2024)

Website Martin Luther College

Job Description: Work with the Public Relations Office taking photographs of campus individuals, groups, and activities used in publications, displays, social media, and online gallery. Photo assignments include, but are not limited to, indoor and outdoor sporting events, concerts, drama rehearsals and performances, worship services, recitals, team and group photos, team and group headshots, classroom activities, general campus life, and promotional photos.


  • Select and process photograph files and adjust necessary exposures, contrast, resolution, color, etc
  • Save and upload photos to various storage and publication platforms used by MLC – the Public Relations network drive and MLC online photo gallery.
  • Send selected, compressed photos soon after the event for social media posts.
  • Look for additional photo opportunities that arise on campus and work with photography coordinator to cover the photo opportunity.
  • Work with Public Relations Director and Photography Coordinator to accommodate campus photography requests.

Employment dates: May 18, 2024 – August 25, 2024
Hours: Hours vary widely according to the schedule of events. Late afternoon, evening and weekend hours are most common.
Regular or Occasional: Occasional job

Skills: Experience with digital cameras (preferably SLR cameras) is necessary. (Professional camera equipment will be provided for use during assignments.) Experience with photo processing software is necessary. (Photo editing computers with the software are available) Must relate well to people to facilitate photoshoots with various ages and group sizes.

Selection: Personal interview including sharing examples of previous photography and shooting assignments with a discussion of photos.
Salary: $12.35 per hour
Available positions: 1
Posting Closes: When filled, so apply today!

If you have worked for the supervisor or department in the past, you do not need to complete an application, but you will need to notify the hiring supervisor with interest in an available position, in writing.  Previous employment in the department is not a guarantee of rehire.

If you have never been employed by this department, return a completed application to:

Bill Pekrul
Director of Public Relations
By email:
In person: WCC 135

You may also pick up a blank application from Human Resources, WCC 158.
Talk to Financial Aid about Work Study eligibility.

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