Vacancies for Redfest 2018 in St George Park


25 October 2017




Redfest, the community festival which brings the best of East Bristol together, has volunteer vacancies next year.

The festival, which in 2018 will take place on August 4th in St George Park after moving to Church Road in Redfield in 2017, needs several senior roles filled.

The roles available are:

Community Enagement / Diversity Manager

Catering Manager

Cabaret Programming Team

Kids Village Manager

Wellbeing Area Manager

Merchandise Manager

Build / Break Team Leader

All roles are voluntary. If you are interested in any of them or know someone who might be, e-mail for a job specification.

You can find out more about Redfest here.

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