Got what it takes to be part of the ever-growing, crazy Lomography team? Live in the UK? We’re sending out an open invitation to be part of the LomoStaff for all you London blokes in need of a fun job!
Lomography is expanding its team in UK! We are looking for Sales representatives for 20 – 40 hours a week Lomography Gallery StoreLondon, UK As we are soon starting our new Lomography Gallery Store in London we are seeking motivated sales people to represent our brand!
Open minded and communicative
Good understanding of numbers
Interest in arts, design, culture but also fashion, style and photography
Diligent, teamwork- and solution-oriented character
Used to work autonomously and act proactively
Well-organized working style
Ideally you would exhibit the following skills:
Basic knowledge of analogue photography and cameras
Fluent in written and spoken English
Any other additional language is of advantage
*Experience in sales and/or photography is an advantage!
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