Photobooth Operator

Job description


Operator’s responsibilities will include loading, unloading, and operating a PhotoBooth or 360 Booth for the duration of an event. Events typically last anywhere between 2-5 hours.

Prior to event:

  • Load the event information into the PhotoBooth
  • Ensure all items are packed securely into vehicle prior to departure
  • Ensure all items are in working condition such as printer, cables, and camera

During the event:

  • Setup the DSLR Camera to ensure photos are in focus with adequate lighting
  • Ensure printer is operational
  • Offer exceptional customer service to guests
  • Handle the simple operation of the PhotoBooth or 360 Booth
  • Solve technical issues that may arise from the computer and/or camera
  • Re-load the printer when prints and ink run out after 150 prints.

After the event:

  • Disassemble PhotoBooth and Backdrop
  • Pack all items and PhotoBooth neatly and securely
  • Load items back into the vehicle
  • Drop off PhotoBooth and equipment at a drop off location or keep with you if another event is upcoming

- Must hold a valid G2 License or higher

- Must hold vehicle insurance

- Vehicle trunk needs to be able to fit a 5ft by 1.5ft container

- Be comfortable with travelling around the GTA to different venues

- Ability to lift upwards of 100lbs upon loading and unloading PhotoBooth into vehicle

Job Types: Part-time, Casual, Freelance
Part-time hours: 10 per week

Salary: $25.00-$30.00 per hour


  • Commuter benefits
  • Discounted or free food
  • Flexible schedule


  • 4 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift

Supplemental pay types:

  • Tips