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.

Please note, if you wish to be considered for multiple roles, you must submit an individual application for each role.

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Positions Available

› Arts Administration Intern

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 5:00 PM

The Artist and Venues intern supports the Adelaide Fringe team specifically in support of the Artist and Venues team and programs specifically within the daytime FringeWORKS program. They will be responsible for assisting the delivery of special events, projects and programs along with administration and general support.

› Fringe Club Swing

Applications close: Tue, 1 Jan 2019 at 5:00 PM

The Fringe Club Swing is a key member of the Adelaide Fringe team. Working under the direction of the Head of Artists, Venues and Events and the Fringe Club Producer, this role will be supporting the delivery of programming, entertainment and special events in the Fringe Club. The Fringe Club Swing role will also incorporate FOH duties on busier nights, acting as a Club Host; working with Venue Security to greet and manage Fringe Club guests, meet with booked artists and connect them with the Fringe Club Producer and ensure we are adhering to best practice regarding line management outside of the venue.

› Fringe Club Venue Manager

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 5:00 PM

Are you a people person with diverse stakeholder management skills? Do you have experience in venue management and strong organisational skills? We are seeking a dedicated individual to work as the Venue Manager for Fringe Club 2019. This is a day-time position.

› FringeTIX Customer Service Representative - Box Office and Call Centre

Applications close: Sun, 30 Dec 2018 at 5:00 PM

FringeTIX Customer Service Representatives will be required to work in the FringeTIX call centre, FringeTIX box offices and off-site locations (as required). Successful applicants will need to be able to provide a high level of customer service to facilitate patron enquiries and ticket sales. All staff will be required to have a thorough knowledge of the Fringe Guide, and be familiar with the latest venue information, show changes and Fringe program updates. FringeTIX staff are the first port of call for Adelaide Fringe customers and as such, staff will need to be confident, friendly, hardworking, and eager & ready to assist patrons with their enquiries and ticket sales.

› Honey Pot Intern

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 5:00 PM

The Honey Pot Intern will support the Marketplace team in the lead up and during the festival. You will provide support and assist the Marketplace Coordinators with the set up and delivery of Industry programs (HIVES, Creative Surgeries, Newbie Tuesdays, Honeycombs and other sessions/panels). You will be working closely with the Marketplace team to coordinate both Industry delegates’ schedules and engagements in Honey Pot and communicating to registered Honey Pot artists in regards to their participation in industry events relating to their tiers.

› Marketing Assistant

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 4:30 PM

Marketing Assistant will assist in the effective delivery of the Adelaide Fringe, and the general marketing support for Adelaide Fringe marketing department

› Marketing & Event Assistant

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 4:30 PM

Marketing Assistant will assist in the effective delivery of the Adelaide Fringe, and the general marketing support for Adelaide Fringe marketing department.

› Marketplace Coordinator

Applications close: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 5:00 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 Intern

Applications close: Wed, 2 Jan 2019 at 5:00 PM

We’re looking for a bright, creative and enthusiastic intern to work part-time in our ticketing department in the lead up to, and including, the festival season. The Media Ticketing Intern’s main role is to support the Media Ticketing Coordinator under the direction of the Ticketing Management Team whilst working closely with the Publicity team.