The Cabinet Office is looking for a £60,000-a-year photographer to help boost the Government’s image.
A job commercial posted this week appears to rent a ‘confident and determined’ photographer who will ‘promote the work of ministers and the wider government visually’.
It states that ‘no two days will ever be the same’ for the ‘highly motivated’ Whitehall-based worker who will earn between £54,700 and £60,635 yearly.
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Labour had overtaken the Tories within the polls however the two events now stay neck-and-neck, in accordance to the most recent Opinium ballot.
The photographer position includes out-of-hours work and home and abroad journey.
The advert states the best particular person will ‘require a high level of tenacity, confidence and determination combined with a good news sense, a high degree of political awareness and exceptional relationship management skills’.
They want to be ‘comfortable working autonomously in a high-pressure environment’, as they work throughout totally different departments.
The advert says: ‘No two days will ever be the same in this role. One day you may accompany a cabinet minister on an international visit, working closely [with] press officers across Whitehall to deliver a series of coordinated announcements, and the next you will be working in the Cabinet Office producing innovative visual content.’
The prime minister already has his personal private photographer, Andrew Parsons, who works on the taxpayer’s expense.
A authorities spokesperson informed The Guardian: ‘We are recruiting an experienced photographer to capture and share the government’s work by way of participating visible content material.
‘This post will work across departments and play a leading role in upskilling the government’s digital communications professionals.’
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