It takes a village to create this monster of a festival - and we need YOU to help tame the beast!
We are looking for individuals who are responsible, good communicators, can deliver on time, have an eye for quality, and are just all-around good people!
Below is the list of positions we are seeking. Most of these positions will take up a lot of your free time in January and February 2019. If you work a full time job AND spend a lot of time rehearsing and performing, or have other hobbies, then this might not be the project for you. If there are more specific times for any position, that (and specific skills needed) are listed next to each position.
SFIT PREP WORK (January and February)
Transportation Guru Duties: Organizing transportation to and from the airport for our Out Of Town Guest. This includes getting all travel information from our guests, and searching for volunteers from the JCI & Seattle improv community to volunteer to pick them up at the airport, as well as volunteers to bring them back to the airport after the festival. Skills needed: Tenacity (it can take a lot of requests to get the requisite number of drivers to step up) and strong informational organization (keeping track of all flight info, phone numbers, drivers, etc.). Timeframe: A lot of communication over the spread of mid-January to mid-February. Compensation: $150 + One Staff All Access Pass to the Festival.
SFIT During-the-Festival Positions
Social Event Chair Duties: Plan and execute one social event during the festival, likely to be the morning of Sunday, Feb. 18. Like a brunch? Additionally, is welcome to plan other group excursions, possibly for Saturday, Feb. 17, daytime. Event(s) where our out-of-town guests can see/do something very Seattle, and an event where the performers can socialize outside of the late-nite parties. Skills needed: Ability to organize an event (even if it's just as simple as getting RSVPs and setting up a large reservation at a restaurant). Friendly demeanor. Timeframe: However long it takes, leading up to (and during) the actual festival. Compensation: $50 + One Staff All Access Pass to the Festival.
Live Bloggers Duties: Liveblogging during the festival. Taking and posting photos, short interviews, facts, etc., as they happen Skills needed: Knowledge of current social media; friendly and outgoing; recent smart phone Timeframe: Evenings of Feb 14-18, 2018 Compensation: One Staff All Access Pass to the Festival