Print Traffic Coordinator
(Volunteer—mid April - mid June)
The Print Traffic Coordinator (PTC) confirms, tracks, and monitors the transportation of film prints, drives, and files coming to CUFF from around the world. This is a very multifaceted organizational position that requires great attention to detail and the management of a large body of information.
Responsibilities and qualifications:
Research, identify, and utilize the safest and most cost effective methods to transport prints to and from CUFF.
Ensure that prints and drives are delivered to the appropriate venue during the festival for testing prior to the screening time.
Using Google Spreadsheets, track all print activity in a methodical and transparent way.
Maintain shipping costs within Festival budget
Ensure that CUFF’s Technical Director, Artistic Director/Programmer and Assistant Director are kept abreast of on incoming/outgoing materials.
Possess excellent communication and time management skills and be level-headed and meticulous.
Ideally, PTC will possess previous experience with print traffic, with film projection, and will be familiar with film and video formats and film production required
PTC will be proficient with Macintosh-based programs: Microsoft Word and Excel, Filemaker Pro, e-mail clients, and social networking sites
- Possess a valid Illinois driver's license and automobile insurance
If you are interested in applying, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with PRINT TRAFFIC COORDINATOR as the subject line, and attach your cover letter, resume and why you want to join the CUFF staff in the body of the email. An IFP Chicago staff member will contact you to set up an interview. CUFF is a program of IFP Chicago.