Want to work for Doc/Fest? Find your perfect role below:

Box Office Supervisor

We are looking for a number of Box Office Supervisors to oversee box office
operations at various locations during the 2020 Festival. 

These are front-line roles acting as the central point of contact for audiences, guests, volunteers, venue and Festival staff at each location. They will work closely with the Venue Coordinator/Venue staff at each location, liaising with the festival management team to ensure tickets can be sold across the festival at multiple locations.

For more information about the role, including how to apply, please click here.

The deadline for applications is 14:00 GMT 18 March 2020

Venue Coordinator

Sheffield Doc/Fest is looking for several Venue Coordinators to oversee the smooth running of events at various locations across the 2020 Festival.

This is an key role when acting as the face of the Festival at each location, being a point of contact for audiences, guests, volunteers, venue and Festival staff.

Venue Coordinators will support the rehearsal and delivery of events to ensure the Festival programme runs to time, that audiences have the best experience possible, and that any issues are communicated to the venue and wider Festival management as required. Events can be anything from film screenings, talks and panels, to Q&A’s, workshops,
and performances. Venues range from traditional cinemas to theatres to temporary outdoor locations.

For more information about the role, including how to apply, please click here.

The deadline for applications is 10:00 GMT 18 March 2020

Equal Opportunities Statement

Our jobs are like our festival, open to all.

Sheffield Doc/Fest believes that documentaries, and those working in the arts and in media – including ourselves - have a part to play in creating a society which is proud of its diversity and its multi-cultural heritage.

Doc/Fest’s programme-centred approach to inclusiveness puts diversity at the forefront of its activity. Through the documentaries we showcase and the talent we develop, we aim to celebrate diversity, promote equality, and challenge discrimination.

Equally, we are committed to providing a welcoming, accessible, inclusive and positive experience for all festival attendees, and for all team members and volunteers – regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexuality, marital/civil partnership status, pregnancy/maternity/paternity, race, religion/belief, or socio-economic background. We’re proud to be a Disability Confident committed employer, supporting disabled people in the workplace.