Working at Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe employs a small team of staff who work year round in administration, marketing, corporate partnerships, programming, production and artist services. As we gear up for Adelaide Fringe each year our team grows and a number of employment opportunities become available.

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Positions Available

› FringeTIX Artist Ticketing Coordinator

Applications close: Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 11:55 PM

The Ticketing and Digital department are seeking a team of dynamic individuals who are organised, with high level attention to detail and a passion to assist artists to maximise their festival experience.

Working as an Artist Ticketing Coordinator, you will have experience working at coordinator level within a fast paced, team environment, be confident in your written and oral communication and ideally have experience working in VIA or alternative ticketing platform, although training is provided so don’t let this hold you back. If you are a motivated, interesting, and passionate about the arts individual, we want to hear from you.

› Marketplace Coordinator

Applications close: Wed, 3 Oct 2018 at 11:55 PM

Key to the operation of Adelaide Fringe is its role to support, encourage and nurture registered artists and find new ways to connect them with audiences. The marketplace program, Honey Pot, is instrumental in this process, providing registered artists with opportunities for programming, new commissions, collaborations, professional development and networking. It does this by hosting over 200 leading programmers and presenters from around Australia and the world, to see shows, meet artists, participate in key networking events, and navigate the program for the most unique and progressive contemporary work to present for a future season.

› Media Ticketing Coordinator

Applications close: Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 11:55 PM

The Ticketing and Digital Department is seeking a Media Ticketing Coordinator to liaise with and coordinate the attendance of accredited media at Adelaide Fringe registered events in 2019.

The successful applicant will be self-motivated, have exceptional communication skills, both written and oral and a high level attention to detail. The role entails forging relationships with local, national and international media and assisting with the processing of their tickets to maximise the attendance of reviewers at Fringe events.

› Volunteer Coordinator

Applications close: Sun, 7 Oct 2018 at 11:55 PM

Under the direction of Head of People and Culture the Volunteer Coordinator’s principle role is to facilitate volunteer participation for Adelaide Fringe 2019. This role involves coordinating the recruitment, induction, training, scheduling and deployment of Adelaide Fringe’s 300+ volunteers, as well as providing ongoing support to all volunteers.