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The Kids Fringe Producer is a member of the Orlando Fringe’s production team reporting to the Festival
Producer. The selected candidate will be responsible for producing the Kids Fringe (KF) festival which
runs on weekends during the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, May 20th & 21st and May
27th & 28th.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
● Create, schedule, and implement all aspects of Kids Fringe.
● Manage all artist communications (written, verbal and in person)
● Manage KF Associate Producer and KF Stage Manager including delegation of tasks, scheduling,
and communication.
● Create and proof performance, workshop and activity schedules for the event.
● Coordinate and manage the accessibility component of the KF Festival including securing ASL
interpreters.
● Fully participate in load-in leading up to and load-out the day after the Festival.
● Find, communicate and schedule artists and partner organizations.
● Work with the Marketing team to coordinate marketing, signage, collateral and social media
needs for the event.
● Communicate volunteer needs with Associate Producer and Volunteer Coordinator to ensure
coverage of shifts.
● Coordinate cross-promotions with marketing, community organizations and volunteers.
SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS
● Must be fully available for in-person participation from May 8 to May 30, 2023 as well as the
other scheduled events leading up to the festival
● Previous experience in a production role
● Multi-tasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks
● Very strong written and verbal communication skills
● Strong proficiency in office computer applications
● Ability to stand, walk, and move for long periods of time

● Ability to lift or move upwards of 25 pounds
● Agile, resourceful, detail-oriented, committed to excellence
● Interested and able to learn new concepts and tasks quickly
● Enthusiasm for working in a creative organization
● Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
● Ability to work quickly, accurately, and efficiently
SCHEDULED EVENTS
● Winter Mini-Fest & Grand Opening Bash, January 11-15, 2023
● Local Teaser, Monday, April 17, 2023
● Kids Fringe, May 20th & 21st and May 27th & 28th
● Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, May 16-29, 2023
SALARY AND HOURS
● The position is based at the Orlando Fringe administration office, 812 E. Rollins St. Suite 300,
Orlando, FL 32803.
● This is a contracted position. Compensation: $3000.
● Benefits: Festival all-access pass and other staff perks. No other benefits at this time.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
● The Orlando Fringe produces The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, the longest
running Fringe in the United States. It is a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe
Festivals (CAFF), United States Association of Fringe Festivals (USAFF) and the World Fringe
Association and follows the CAFF mandate to remain 100% unjuried, 100% uncensored, 100%
accessible for artists and audiences alike, with 100% of ticket sales given back to the artists.
Orlando Fringe is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
APPLY
● Please submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected] No phone calls
please.

The Program Director is a full-time position at Orlando Fringe that merges marketing and branding with
artistic curation and direction. This role is responsible for upholding the brand and artistic product. The
selected candidate will shape the artistic vision and lead programs that allow that vision to flourish. They
will also communicate and advertise who we are, and lead strategies that connect audiences, patrons,
and artists to our mission.
Our ideal candidate is a dynamic individual who can easily guide the artistic vision from a forward-facing
perspective, has well-rounded non-profit experience in marketing strategies and brand identity, and has
a general understanding of theatrical operations. They will have the ability to work with each
department and uplift programs that occur year-round and within the festival. The core of this role is to
amplify artistic voices and uphold the brand of doing so.
OBJECTIVES OF THE ROLE
• Work closely with the Executive Director to ensure organizational growth and positive vision.
• Oversee and grow the artistic operations of the organization, consistently identifying
opportunities within our community to make a marked impact on artists
• Collaborate with the department heads to lead insights and strategies to develop and
implement marketing and branding strategies.
• Understand key performance metrics and tracking tools to provide market research, forecasts,
competitive analyses, campaign results, and consumer trends that translate results into
actionable insights.
• Provide an artistic voice and be a spokesperson for Orlando Fringe, including the Orlando
International Fringe Theatre Festival and Fringe ArtSpace.
• Vision and uphold a strong brand identity for Orlando Fringe, including the Orlando
International Fringe Theatre Festival and Fringe ArtSpace.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Oversee ArtSpace marketing and artistic elements including but not limited to:
o Marketing Strategies
o Artistic Vision and Booking
o Community Building
o Analysis
o PR/Advertising
o Communications and Design
• Develop and lead the marketing plans as a key member of Fringe leadership to create an
effective and efficient marketing strategy focused on growing audiences for our products and
services.
• Build relationships with artists, stakeholders, and marketing partners to extend the reach of the
organization.
• Maintain Branding Guidelines to ensure consistent branding across the organization.

Job Posting: Program Director
• Oversee the educational and artistic growth of our artists and participants
• Identify and participate in community events to expand the reach of the organization.
• Oversee Public Relations and written communication strategies.
• Be the spokesperson for the organization.
• Create and analyze data that provides insights to artistic growth and marketing strategies.
• Create and broker resources and education tools for artists.
• Oversee the recruitment of new artistic work for Fringe ArtSpace.
• Lead the artistic team to guide the operational calendar of events for Fringe ArtSpace.
• Support and act in tandem with the operational/production elements to ensure success.
SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS
• 2-4 years leadership experience in a non-profit organization, preferably in a performing arts
organization (required)
• Direct leadership experience in marketing and branding, manager level or above (required)
• Direct experience in Artistic Directing a show or performance
• Proven community leadership, either in our Central Florida community or elsewhere
• Ability to manage high priority demands and meet deadlines
• Ability to analyze business data, trends, and insights
• Demonstrated experience developing and implementing strategic plans
• Demonstrated project management skills
• Knowledge of Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Suite
• Attention to detail and highly organized
• Strong written, proofreading, and communication skills
DIRECT REPORTS
• Marketing Manager
• Communications Manager
• Program Experience Manager
• Talent and Booking Partners
JOB DETAILS
• Job Type: Full-time, Salaried
• Salary: $60,000-$62,000, plus benefits
• Reports to: Executive Director
• Work Location: Loch Haven Park/ 54 West Church St, split (with partial remote workdays
available)
• Benefits Package (approx value: $10,550): Monthly stipends for health, dental, and vision, Paid
Time Off & Holidays
APPLY
• Please email cover letter and resume to [email protected] No phone calls, please.

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