Sydney Tools is Australia’s number one online retailer for household and professional powertool brands such as Makita, Milwaukee, Hitachi, Dewalt, Bosch and many more..
We Are Searching For:
We are searching for a passionate Graphic Designer
Our projects range from capturing images and videos, designing brands, logos, banners, catalogues, weekly EDM's, TV commercials, and Web Design.
The Skills Required:
· Proficient in using a DLSR camera, and Adobe CS6 (After Effects, and Photoshop are a must,)
. Experience in After Effects desirable.
· A grade attitude - Always striving to achieve industry best standards with a great thirst for knowledge on leading design and trends globally
· Collaborative approach to concept work and ideation
· Take a project from initial brief through finished art
· Attention to detail, especially when under pressure.
· Share an opinion on a design
· Display hard working ethics and remain self-motivated
· Work closely with marketing and managers on daily workflow
· Respect deadlines and work consistently
· Friendly, approachable and thoughtful with an awesome sense of humour
· Amazing communication skills, explain something to a non-designer quickly and with patience
· An exciting blend of a vibrant start-up environment and professional operations in our office.
· Opportunity to play a significant role in enabling the development of our growing corporate portfolio.
- Build your skill set by working alongside, junior, medium, and senior graphic designers, and program coding developers
- Progressive and rewarding environment
- Ample on-site parking
The lifestyle of a creative can be bloody hard at
times. Satisfying your soul with artistic and pleasurable projects, whilst
generating an income that can afford new equipment, weekly rent, credit card
bills and vital holidays to warm tropical islands, is a very real problem that
most of us creatives have, or will experience, at some stage throughout our
weird and wonderful careers.
We’re not going to lie…the above dilemma is what lead
us in part to start our company, The White Tree.
What is The White Tree?
The White Tree is a group of like-minded
photographers, filmmakers and musicians who have started a wedding based
company that offers these three key creative services for “modern weddings”. We operate across Melbourne, Brisbane, Byron Bay and Sydney...and soon to be Perth!
What do we mean by “modern weddings”, is
that even a thing?!
We believe there is such a thing as a “modern
wedding”. It basically defines an industry and a discerning bride and groom
that now actually gives-a-shit about the creative elements of the BIG day. Yes
yes, we are well aware of the stigma associated with weddings and we know that
in terms of photography, you wouldn’t think that some of the best talent in
these fields are now getting involved in the Australian wedding industry…but
it’s quite true. If you don’t believe us, check out the likes of Hello May and
Hitched magazine, the One Fine Day bridal fair and blogs such as Polka Dot
Bride. You’ll quickly see that all sorts of providers in the industry are
delivering impressive work with genuine artistic integrity.
Why does this sound like a pitch, and why
are we trying to convince you that weddings are cool?
Well, we are setting our sights high and are looking
for some of the very best photographers to join our crew. We are aware that the
initial idea of shooting weddings seems like a step down from fashion, advertising
and documentary photography. Obviously in some respects it is, but in other
areas, it is actually incredibly challenging, rewarding, creative and
What skill set are we looking for?
We are looking for photographers who
posses the following experiences and skills (practically and attitudinally):
Capable of working to tight deadlines
Are highly punctual, organized and can
adhere to detailed workflows to ensure images are backed up and never lost!!!
Are willing to take on board instruction
from our creative director and clients regarding photographic style.
Have a strong desire to shoot weddings
(motivation is not a primary concern; for instance, if your main motivation is
the $’s…then that’s ok!!). We are only interested in applicants who are willing
to shoot a minimum of 15 weddings per year with us.
Respect that a wedding is an incredibly
important day for not only the couple, but also their extended families and
friends. As such the photography work is something which is priceless.
Must own full frame camera and prime
Excellent computer skills with
proficient knowledge of Lightroom and VSCO
Excellent communication skills and great
with groups of people.
Be able to work effectively in a team
and also on your own during the post-production phase.
Willingness to work on weekends as
Must own vehicle that is in good working
Ability to work under pressure and
remain diplomatic when required.
An experience and love for utilising
Own website and current portfolio showing
examples of your varied photography work. Please note that wedding photography
examples are desirable, but not imperative.
And what are we offering?
Pay rates of $1,350 - $2,250 depending
on the hours of coverage on the day and images delivered. We can give a more
detailed breakdown on rates and requirements to interested applicants.
All administration handled by our
awesome crew of booking managers (who are creatives themselves). This way you
only need to worry about shooting and editing the work. Say good-bye to
countless calls and emails from pesky brides and grooms…we’ll handle that for
The opportunity to join a great young
crew of photographers, filmmakers and musicians.
Regular, yet flexible workloads.
Training and mentoring.
If you meet the above criteria, are passionate about
people based documentary photography, like the look of The White Tree’s brand
and style and have a keen attention to detail – then we’d love to hear from
Submit your application using the link below.
Please attach a cover letter and a link to your online
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of enquiries we
receive from these ads, we will only be able to respond to successful
applicants. Apologies in advance.