- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $34,516.00-$54,195.00 Yearly
An Emergency Medical Services Photographer is the full performance level of work photographing various emergency medical activities, such as medical evacuations, paramedics, hospital emergency rooms, trauma patients, laboratories, cadavers, accident and crime scenes. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees in this classification receive general supervision from a designated program administrator. Work is performed in an office, photographic laboratory, hospitals, medivac helicopters and outdoors under a variety of weather conditions. Employees are exposed to hazardous substances including photographic chemicals and contaminated body fluids. Employees may be required to wear protective equipment. The work requires the moving and transporting of audio-visual equipment, such as cameras, film, tripods, video camcorders, audio decks and battery belts.
Photographs Emergency Medical Services personnel at accident and crime scenes, training events, ceremonies and social events;
Photographs patients and hospital medical staff in a variety of hospital settings to include surgical operating rooms, laboratories, and conference rooms;
Photographs pages from books, journals, and other photographs using copy stand photography techniques to produce black and white or color slides;
Designs and creates computer generated slides;
Operates and maintains a variety of photographic equipment;
Develops and prints color and black and white photographs using an in-house photographic laboratory;
Mixes photographic chemicals, operates film and print processors and photographic enlarger in order to produce photographs;
Creates “diazo” slides and superimposes letters over standard slides to produce title slides;
Operates a high speed audio-cassette duplicator machine to make dubs of slide tape presentations;
Performs other related duties.
Knowledge of photography methods and techniques;
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of a variety of camera equipment and attachments;
Knowledge of the methods and techniques of developing and printing color and black and white films;
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of audio-visual equipment;
Skill in the composition of subject matter being photographed;
Skill in the operation of various types of cameras and camera equipment;
Skill in the operation of photographic enlarger, film and print processors;
Skill in mounting and lamination of flat art for exhibits and displays;
Ability to develop negatives and print photographs;
Ability to use a light meter to determine camera setting and exposure time;
Ability to use computers and software to scan photographic images and produce slide shows.