Assist to the Artistic Director The O’Neill Festival
Intelligent, personable, and articulate person sought to assist the artistic director of The O’Neill Festival in launching and implementing a plan for adapting live Festival programs developed at Yale University for media online.
Assistant/Intern will lend support in grant and budget writing and in making special requests for the participation of major actors and donors and in enlisting the help of members of the NYC producing community.
In addition, the intern will lend support in shaping the project model for adherence to compliance with performing arts unions, SAG, AFTRA and Equity.
Along with lending general administrative support flexibly, ideal candidate also writes/edits well, is an inspired researcher and is web-savvy with an interest in theater and media production.
Three afternoons weekly. July 5 – August 31. Possible staff position. Send resume to email@example.com.
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