Presenter of the San Francisco International Film Festival

Career Opportunities

We’re hiring! The majority of the below positions are temporary Festival roles unless otherwise specified. For Festival positions, hiring happens on a rolling basis, but we will begin reaching out for interviews in early January. We look forward to receiving your application and getting in touch!

SFFILM, in accordance with applicable federal and state law, is an equal-opportunity employer that seeks a globally representative staff and particularly welcomes applications from women and diverse ethnicities. SFFILM does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy/childbirth, medical condition, disability, age, ancestry, marital status, citizenship or veteran status. This nondiscrimination policy covers all staff members, interns and volunteers.

Board Coordinator

The Board Coordinator is a dynamic, organized, highly personable, and self-directed individual who provides comprehensive administrative and project support to the Executive Office and the Board of Directors. This is a full-time permanent position. Read More

Artist Development Manager

SFFILM’s Artist Development Manager is responsible for supporting all aspects of SFFILM’s Artist Development work, including the SFFILM Makers’ grants, residencies, and fellowship programs. This is a full-time permanent position. Read More

Strategic Partnerships Coordinator

The Strategic Partnerships Coordinator works closely with the Director of Strategic Partnerships and the Development department to build relationships with external parties that generate revenue, raise brand exposure, and expand our Bay Area network of community partners. This is a full-time permanent position. Read More

Press Office Manager

The Press Office Manager is a dynamic, organized, highly personable, and self-directed Public Relations professional. Read More

Press Office Coordinator

The Press Office Coordinator is responsible for coordination and administrative support of all activities of the Press Office leading up to and during the 2019 San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10 – 23, 2019). Read More

Festival Publicist

The Festival Publicist is responsible for working with local and national media outlets to publicize the 62nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10 – 23, 2019). This is a full-time temporary position that lasts from early February to late April 2019. Read More

Guest Office Coordinator

The Guest Office Coordinator acts as a liaison for visiting guests at the 62nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10 – 23, 2019). Read More

Guest Office Assistant

The Guest Office Assistant acts as the primary administrative support for the Guest Office at the 62nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10 – 23, 2019). Read More

Transportation Manager

The Transportation Manager manages all parking, vehicles and drivers used in the movement of Festival guests, staff or equipment. Read More

Transportation Assistant Manager

The Transportation Assistant Manager assists the Transportation Manager with orchestrating and maintaining fluid travel for staff and guests of the Festival. Read More

Theater Operations Manager

The Theater Operations department is responsible for the management of staff and customer service for all exhibition spaces during the San Francisco International Film Festival. The Theatre Operations Manager sets the tone for the customer experience, and is responsible for maintaining consistency and high standards in all exhibition-venue customer interactions. Read More

Theater Operations Assistant Manager

The Theater Operations department is responsible for the management of staff and customer service for all exhibition spaces during the San Francisco International Film Festival. Read More

Production Manager

The Production Manager is responsible for managing all SFFILM inventory, including storage, furniture rentals, sponsored product, operations & production equipment, and assists the Tech department with rentals as needed. Read More

Festival HQ Manager

The Festival HQ Manager is responsible for the design, construction and management of Festival HQ, including the Festival Lounge and Offices and satellite office spaces at screening venues. Read More

Festival HQ Assistant Manager

The Festival HQ Assistant Manager reports to the Festival HQ Manager and is responsible for assisting in the planning, designing, managing, and staffing of the Festival Lounge & Offices. Read More

Festival HQ Coordinator

The Festival HQ Coordinator reports to the Festival HQ Managers and is responsible for setting-up and maintaining the Festival HQ and Lounge, and assisting in the management of Festival HQ volunteers. Read More

Special Events Assistant

The Special Events Assistant supports the Special Events team in project managing and executing all special events for the 2019 SFFILM Festival. Read More

Festival Graphic Designer

The Communications team at SFFILM is seeking a hard-working and creative Festival Graphic Designer to assist in the creation of visual assets for the 62nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10–23, 2019). Read More

Festival Partnerships Associate

This full-time position will work in close coordination with the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Strategic Partnerships Coordinator to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward relationships with corporate partners of SFFILM prior to and during the 2019 San Francisco International Film Festival (April 10-23). Read More

Filmmaker School Visit Coordinator

The Filmmaker School Visit Coordinator will support the Associate Director of Education and Schools at the Festival Program by selecting, coordinating, scheduling, managing and presenting all in-school visits of Festival filmmaker guests to Bay Area K-12 classrooms. Read More

Internships

SFFILM's Internship Program is a competitive educational opportunity offering on-the-job training and pre-professional skill building to emerging arts advocates, filmmakers, and nonprofit professionals. Read More