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Festival Special Events Assistant
The Festival Special Events Assistant is responsible for assisting the Festival Special Events Coordinator and Special Events Manager in implementing over 50 Festival events. This position focuses specifically on inventory management, product delivery, event load in, load out, overall event production, sponsor and guest interaction, and volunteer management.  Click here to download the full job description.

Festival Box Officers
Festival Box Officers provide every customer with a top-notch experience over the phone, via electronic communication, and in person. Reporting to the Festival Box Office Manager, Officers are responsible for festival ticket and pass sales, will call distribution, voucher redemption, and accurate information circulation. These are non-exempt positions, working for either six weeks (May 1 - June 11) or for four weeks (May 15 - June 11) with the majority having the May 15 start date. Click here to download the full job description.

Festival Publicist
Reporting to the Festival Public Relations Manager, the Festival Publicist executes SIFF's public relations strategy to promote and generate favorable media coverage surrounding the 43rd annual Seattle International Film Festival. The Festival Publicist works in partnership with Marketing Associates to increase regional awareness and attendance (ticket sales). This is an opportunity to create media outreach strategies for SIFF 2017. This is a non-exempt position, with an immediate start date working: 20 hours/week through May 13, 35 hours/week May 14 - June 10, and 15 hours June 11 - 16. Click here to download the full job description.

Festival Administrative Assistant
The Festival Administrative Assistant supports SIFF's Artistic Director, Executive Director, and extended leadership team. This highly varied position serves as a key resource for office administration to support a positive work culture and environment. The Administrative Assistant keeps the Film Center office organized, receives and directs visitors, coordinates and manages calendars, supports travel arrangements for staff and key visitors. Click here to download the full job description.