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Work at Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe employs a team of year round staff who work in marketing, partnerships, program operations, production, finance and ticketing. As we come closer to festival season, we also advertise a wide range of short-term contract roles and casual positions.

Adelaide  Fringe  supports  flexible  and  accessible  working  arrangements  for  all.  This  includes  people  with  a disability,  Aboriginal  and  Torres  Strait  Islanders,  culturally, religiously  and  linguistically  diverse  people,  young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer. We draw pride and strength from our diversity, remain open to new approaches and actively foster an inclusive workplace that celebrates the contribution made by all our people.

Benefits of working at Adelaide Fringe:
  • 2 weeks bonus (post) festival leave for year round staff (in addition to 4 weeks annual leave)
  • Ongoing training opportunities
  • Staff development days, opportunities and cultural activities
  • An Adelaide Fringe Membership
  • Flexible work environment
  • Staff Wellbeing Program 
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Study leave.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan outlines ways that Fringe is working to make workplaces, services and products more accessible and inclusive to people living with a disability. 

Our Reconciliation Action Plan outlines practical plans of action for Fringe to actively contribute to reconciliation, creating space to listen and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and support First Nations artists, staff and volunteers. 

Our Sustainability Action Plan outlines a commitment to seven of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, to utilise Fringe’s influence to generate positive social and environmental change. 

Our Multicultural Inclusion Action Plan (in development) will outline actions to ensure the cultural diversity of South Australia is reflected in Fringe participation, and provide opportunities for refugee and migrant communities. 


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Adelaide Fringe employs a small team of staff who work year-round in administration, marketing, business development, programming, ticketing, production and with our Artists, Venues and Events Team. As we gear up for Adelaide Fringe each year our team grows and a number of employment opportunities become available. 

Employment opportunities vary from year to year, with most jobs advertised between August and November. Other vacancies may be advertised at other times throughout the year. 

Please note, due to the large number of enquiries Adelaide Fringe only responds to those applications received for advertised job vacancies and does not keep CVs on file.

Banner image: Meet the Venue. Photo: Jenny Kwok, Adelaide Fringe, 2023