French Quarter Festival, Inc: Job Opportunities
Overview: The Marketing & Communications Director is responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of all French Quarter Festival, Inc.’s external communications including but not limited to branding and marketing efforts, paid advertising, public relations messaging, media relations, and the social media presence. The goal of the Marketing & Communications Director is to promote FQFI and its key events by consistently articulating and elevating the purpose, mission, and vision of FQFI and our key events. Apply directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
2024 French Quarter Festival Presented by Chevron
CALL FOR SEASONAL EVENT CREW – CONTRACT COORDINATORS
French Quarter Festivals Inc. is calling for qualified applications for seasonal event contract roles, at the Coordinator’ level, in Pre-Production (January-March) and On Site (April) producing the 2024 French Quarter Festival. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Please carefully review the qualifications and application process in the following pages before submitting an application. Candidates may apply for one or more roles, but ultimately can only be selected for one position. Apply directly by emailing the supervisor(s) associated with each role you are applying for and FrontDesk@FQFI.ORG, in one single email.
- In Office: Part time, January through April, 2024, with availability of hours increasing closer to Event Dates (April 11-14, 2024). Flexible hours in office are to be determined by the contractor, but must be completed within the timeframe of FQFI’s standard office hours (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm). Amount of hours available each week dependent on Departmental workload and Coordinator’s specific responsibilities. Contractor will be paid an hourly rate, with parking provided at FQFI’s office within the French Quarter.
- Production Dates: Candidates must be available for work over six (6) consecutive days on-site producing French Quarter Festival: Wednesday April 10 (final day of load in), April 11-14 (Thurs-Sun event days), and Monday April 15 (first day of load out). Coordinators must be prepared for working long days in the field during the week of FQF.