The Rochester Fringe Festival, New York's largest multidisciplinary performing arts festival, is currently recruiting an experienced office administration professional who loves the Fringe and interacting with the staff and performers who make it all happen!
This is a part-time, flexible position starting at 10 hours/week in November through the end of February. Hours will gradually increase peaking at 40 hours/week during the Festival season (September) and then decrease back to 10 hours during the off season (October-January). Due to the pandemic, we are working a combination in office and remote environments.
We are looking for a collaborative, can-do person who exudes passion for the performing arts and for the Fringe Festival movement. Do you have a reputation for excellent communication in all forms, attention to detail, organizing and the ability to jump in where needed to ensure that the show must go on? If those questions caused you to wave your arm frantically like a grade school student yearning to be called on, then we want to hear from you!
Successful candidates must be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office Products. Previous administrative/executive assistant experience is required. Exceptional organizational and prioritizing skills, ability to multi-task and manage special projects as assigned. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, grammar skills, and the ability to type at least 55 wpm. Previous work experience in theatre/arts highly desirable.
Associates degree required, or equivalent appropriate prior work experience; Bachelors preferred.
In addition to working with an AWESOME team, part-time employees are eligible for Paid Time Off.
Rochester Fringe Festival, Inc. believes in equal opportunity for all and is committed to ensuring all individuals have an opportunity to apply for those positions that they are interested in and qualify for without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic.