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Volunteer Online Clothing Photographer

Volunteer Online Clothing Photographer

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    Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

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    over 2 years ago

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Are you a photography student? Or just love taking photos? Or have you always wanted to learn photography, but have never had the opportunity? Whatever your level of skill with a camera, now is your chance to use your skills - and gain some new ones too - while working as a Volunteer Online Clothing Photographer at Oxfam's modern warehouse in Wymbush, Milton Keynes.

In this role, you'll be photographing items of quality, pre-owned clothing to be sold on Oxfam's online shop at All you have to do is arrange each item of clothing attractively on a mannequin of a suitable size before taking your photos, then edit and upload your work, ready to be displayed in adverts on our online shop. It's that simple.

All equipment is located on-site, and full training, if required, can be given.

By working as one of Oxfam's volunteer online clothing photographers, you not only get the satisfaction of helping a renowned international charity, you learn essential job skills and gain valuable experience, all while playing your part in combating global poverty. What's more, we offer a supportive, friendly and inclusive working environment, as well as use of a large staff room with comfortable seating, a kitchen area with fridge and microwave, and free tea, coffee, milk and squash.

We offer flexible working hours, Monday-Friday, 8.30-3.30, but ask a minimum of 4 hours per week, per shift.

Our site is near the routes for buses 6, 14, 30, 31, 80, 89, 301 and 606. Contact us (details below) for further info. There's also plentiful on-site parking.

** Please note that our department is located on the mezzanine level, which can be reached only by means of a staircase; please contact us (details below) if you have mobility problems. **

For further info, please ring 01908 305411, or email us on