Applications

The Fringe Festival is hiring two youth (Age 30 and younger)

 

Box Office Coordinator

The London Fringe is one of London’s largest summer festivals. In 2019 we will host up to 50 theatre companies, 20 VisualFringe artists, and host workshops and panel discussions. 20,000 tickets will be sold at the door and on-line.

 

If you have a spirit of collaboration, are fearless, creative, energetic, and have a passion for the Arts, read on. Your ability to work in a fast-paced, very liberal, and demanding environment will be important for you to succeed.

 

This position is funded through a grant and requires that the successful applicant be 30 years or younger.

 

The position will report to the Executive Producer. Key responsibilities include:

 

  • Preparing all box office materials daily;
  • Processing advance tickets by phone, in person;
  • General operations of the box office during the Fringe Festival;
  • Answering phones, emails, and responding to inquiries from patrons, artists;
  • Assist in other aspects of the Fringe Festival: special events, volunteer support, and other duties as assigned.

 

The ideal candidate is:

 

  • keen to work and learn in a busy environment;
  • able to work independently when required;
  • able to demonstrate an ability to work hard, a passion for independent arts and artists;
  • comfortable with and has a working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

 

Term:    May 6 – June 21 (7 weeks)

Hours:   35-40 hours per week

Pay:       $15.00/hour; must be available evenings and weekends.

 

Applications must be submitted by email (Word, pdf formats are best); please indicate the Job Title in the subject line, and send to: Kathy Navackas,  producer@londonfringe.ca

 

Application deadline: April 17, 2019

Interviews held: April 22-26, 2017

 

The London Fringe is an LGBTQ2+ loving and culturally competent employer. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Theatre and Visual Arts Project Assistant

The London Fringe is one of London’s largest summer festivals. In 2019 we will host up to 50 theatre companies, 20 VisualFringe artists, and host workshops and panel discussions. 20,000 tickets will be sold at the door and on-line.

 

If you have a spirit of collaboration, are fearless, creative, energetic, and have a passion for the Arts, read on. Your ability to work in a fast-paced, very liberal, and demanding environment will be important for you to succeed.

 

This position is funded through a grant and requires that the successful applicant will be 30 years or younger.

 

The position will report to the Executive Producer. Key responsibilities include:

 

  • Assisting the Volunteer Coordinator with volunteer training sessions, scheduling and communicating with volunteers;
  • Assisting the Associate Producer with special fundraising events and VisualFringe;
  • Assisting Box Office Coordinator with tasks on an as needed basis;
  • Running errands between our 8 different venues in Downtown London and Old East Village;
  • Collaborating with staff, volunteers, and artists for various workshops and panel discussions;
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

The ideal candidate is:

 

  • keen to work and learn in a busy environment;
  • able to work independently when required;
  • able to demonstrate an ability to work hard, a passion for independent arts and artists;
  • comfortable with and has a working knowledge of Microsoft Office;
  • able to sell tickets and give change without the use of a calculator;

 

Term:    May 6 – June 21 (7 weeks)

Hours:   35-40 hours per week

Pay:       $15.00/hour; must be available evenings and weekends.

 

Applications must be submitted by email (Word, pdf formats are best); please indicate the Job Title in the subject line, and send to: Kathy Navackas, producer@londonfringe.ca

 

Application deadline:     April 17, 2019

Interviews held:                April 22-26, 2017

 

The London Fringe is an LGBTQ2+ loving and culturally competent employer. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.