Jobs at World Press Photo

The World Press Photo Foundation is a major force in developing and promoting the work of visual journalists, with a range of activities and initiatives that span the globe.

The annual contest is one of the most prestigious awards in photojournalism and multimedia storytelling. The exhibition it produces is seen by four million people worldwide each year, and our communications, education, research and training programs reach many more.

We work to develop and promote quality visual journalism because people deserve to see their world and express themselves freely. Freedom of information, freedom of inquiry and freedom of speech are more important than ever, and quality visual journalism is essential for the reporting that makes these freedoms possible.

As a charitable and non-profit organization, the World Press Photo Foundation inspires, educates, engages and supports visual storytellers. We provide insight into new developments through research, trend watching and publications that encourage debate and increase understanding about the challenges facing visual journalism.

The vacancy for Project Manager Exhibitions (Junior) (deadline 24 July) is now closed. Applications that we receive after the deadline will not be taken into consideration.