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Party Manager
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks a seasonal staff person to coordinate private parties, events and hospitality at Top of the Park (TOP), taking place in two party tents, annex event space and in the Grove area throughout the season. This public facing role is expected to deliver a high level of customer service and clear, respectful communication with a number of different constituents including vendors, stakeholders and the general public.
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Rackham Stage Manager
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks a seasonal stage manager to oversee all activities on the Rackham Stage at Top of the Park. This includes the advance and execution of 50+ musical performances, outdoor cinema series, and various sponsor call-outs, community recognitions, etc.
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Acoustic Stage Manager
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks a seasonal stage manager to oversee all activities on the Acoustic Stage at Top of the Park. This includes the advance and execution of 50+ musical performances, and various sponsor call-outs, community recognitions, etc.
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Artist Services Manager
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks a seasonal manager to oversee all artist accommodations, catering, hospitality, transportation, and merchandise services for select national and international artists presented during the 2018 season.
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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Internship Program

Program Information 
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival internship program offers meaningful, on-the-job experience for college students and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing careers in non-profit administration, arts management and live event production. Festival internships offer a wide range of hands-on experiences and networking opportunities for aspiring arts professionals. Hours are flexible and adaptable.
Compensation
Participants will receive an honorarium thanks to the festival’s Molloy Arts Education Fund and the generosity of its donors. This fund aims to provide interns with a hands-on experience that fosters critical skill development and innovative thinking. Participants are expected to attend all professional development sessions, complete a benchmarking research project, and be available nightly during the festival (June 8 – July 4, 2018).

Deadlines
Applications to the program are currently being accepted. Selected candidates will be asked to complete two rounds of interviews. Round 1 phone interviews will take place in January and February, 2018. Round 2 in-person interviews will occur buy the end of March, 2018. All applicants will be notified of final decisions by the end of March, 2018.

Eligibility
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate against employees or applicants on the basis of any characteristic protected by law, such as race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, height, weight, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Questions?
Email the festival staff at info@a2sf.org or call us at 734.994.5999

Instructions for the Applicant
You must provide all information requested. Your completed application, including personal statements, cover letter, and resume must be submitted by March 1, 2018.

 

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