Festival Coordinator – Adirondack Film Festival

Adirondack Film Festival, a program of the Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF), seeks a Festival Coordinator for the fall 2022 festival. The festival will take place October 13-15 in Glens Falls, NY.

Responsibilities: The Festival Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the logistics of festival activities, including but not limited to: screenings, special events, filmmaker and panelist hospitality, and volunteer management. The Festival Coordinator plans and executes artist communication and travel itineraries; volunteer communication and schedules; rental and return of technical equipment; and load-in and load-out of festival venues. Additionally, the Festival Coordinator works closely with the Technical Producer to ensure the successful delivery of both in-person and virtual content. The Festival Coordinator reports to the Producing Artistic Director.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a highly organized and detail-oriented individual with a passion for the arts. Familiarity with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Dropbox is required. Familiarity with Eventive is strongly preferred. The ability to work collaboratively with diverse artists, partner organizations, staff, Board members, festival patrons, and community members is also required. The ability to lift up to 25 pounds is required. Prior experience with film or theatre festivals is preferred but not required.

Term: The Festival Coordinator will work remotely for approximately 20 hours/week from Sept. 6 through Sept. 23 and on-site for approximately 40 hours/week from Sept. 26 through Oct. 17.

Compensation: $20/hour plus housing within walking distance to the festival.

Submissions: please send brief cover letter, resume, and phone numbers/email addresses of three professional references to Miriam Weisfeld, Producing Artistic Director: [email protected]

ATF complies with the Covid safety requirements of the professional actor’s union (AEA); all employees are currently required to show proof of vaccination and negative Covid 19 test before beginning work on-site. ATF’s requirements will continue to be updated in response to updated union requirements.

At Adirondack Theatre Festival, we are actively working towards creating an inclusive, equitable, and anti-racist theatre making environment. We are striving towards building an extensively inclusive setting within our theatrical organization for artists, staff, and audiences from oppressed communities who are historically underrepresented in this field. This includes, but is not limited to, those who identify as Black or African American, Latinx or Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander, Indigenous, and all people of color, as well as women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and immigrants. People from historically underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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