Photography Department Growth Specialist
We are a rapidly growing real estate photography and digital imaging technology company located in Denver. We are passionate about efficiently and consistently producing high-value, exceptional quality marketing products at reasonable rates for our loyal customer base, which includes real estate agents, real estate marketing professionals, and vacation property managers. We are the leading provider of real estate photography in Colorado, and one of the fastest growing in the nation.
We were voted Best of Houzz 2018 in Customer Service, ranked #4 Best Places to Work in Denver for 2016 and 2018! We’ve also been recognized by INC Magazine for being one of the fastest growing 1,000 US Private Companies (Inc 1,000)
30-SECOND ELEVATOR PITCH FOR THE POSITION:
The Photography Team Growth Specialist is an in-office position at our Denver Headquarters. The role is heavily relied upon to ensure we are recruiting the most talented photographers across the county as well as ensuring we have sufficient availability from our team of photographers to support real estate agent’s scheduling needs. The Growth Specialist will work directly with the Photography Management Team, photographers around the country, and the thousands of applicants who apply each year.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
We are seeking a creative, resourceful, process-focused, detail-oriented, and passionate professional to join our Photography Management Team to plan and execute core business processes in a timely manner. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, has experience hiring and growing teams, curiosity in photography, and an ability to think outside the box, all while sincerely having our company’s best interest at heart.
- Reply via email to all applications and applicant questions
- Conduct virtual in-person interviews
- Manage the Onboarding Process of all new photographers
- Assist in our national expansion and the opening of new markets
- Oversee photography team and product availability by market
- Conduct training sessions with new and existing photographers
- Ensure all photographers successfully pass a knowledge and onsite assessment
- Occasionally be an after-hours contact for photographers
ATTRIBUTES THAT WILL GET YOU FAR IN THIS ROLE AND THE COMPANY:
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong technical aptitude and ability to learn new programs.
- A genuine passion for finding creative and innovative solutions to problems.
- Results focused and customer service oriented.
- Culture centric and strong alignment with Company Values.
- Ability to be honest and direct in giving feedback and ability to take honest, direct feedback.
- Strong planning and organizational skills.
- Taking pride in demonstrating accountability and ownership of any issues; cheerfully resolving all challenges.
- Recruiting experience is preferred.
- Technical understanding of cameras, photography, and composition are preferred.
- Knowledge of real estate a plus.
- Able to pass drug screen and background check.
WHAT THIS POSITION IS NOT:
- This is not an image processing role
- This is not a sales role
- This is not a photography position
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER:
- Benefits package that includes Medical, Dental and Eye care coverage
- Generous 401K plan
- Starting Salary commensurate to Experience
- Paid Time Off
- Room and Opportunity for Growth
- Intensive training to set you up for success
- Great team environment
- Dog-friendly office
- Convenient central location to be able to take mass transit
- Incentives for meeting goals
HOW TO APPLY:
Email a cover letter and resume to [email protected] with the Subject – Virtuance Growth Specialist. We will ONLY be reviewing applicants that email with the appropriate subject, a cover letter answering all of the following questions, and whose resumes are in a PDF format. PDF Format is required.
Questions to answer in your cover letter:
- What do you love most about photography?
- What is your greatest accomplishment over the past 3 years?
- From the job posting above, what do you feel would be your biggest challenge in assuming this role?