Join the Team! We're Recruiting a Weft Project Co-Ordinator

09 September 2021

A new initiative from Dublin Fringe and partners Hot Brown Honey, Origins Eile and Dylan Coburn Gray, Weft is 18-month project focusing on talent development and network building for emerging and early career Black artists and artists of colour in Ireland.

As Weft Project Coordinator, you will support Dublin Fringe Festival and partners in the planning and delivery of various elements of the programme, from start to finish. The first point of contact between Fringe and Weft participants on an ongoing basis, the role will be administrative, dynamic, and interpersonal. The Project Co-ordinator will oversee the administration and operations of this scheme, coordinating all aspects of the day-to-day running of the project including scheduling, finances, and overall operations as it relates to participating artists. 

Find out more about the role:  Weft Project Co-ordinator Job Description

Application closing date: Sunday 26 September 2021 at 5pm 
Interview date:  Week of 27 September
Intended start date:  October 2021  

Applicants are invited to submit: 

  • A CV outlining relevant experience. 
  • A cover letter outlining what skills and qualities you would bring to the role (2 pages max.)

Applications should be emailed to by 5pm on September 26th 2021.  

Dublin Fringe Festival is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Dublin Fringe Festival is committed to a diverse workplace, and to supporting our staff with ongoing career development opportunities. We particularly encourage applications from members of groups who are underrepresented in the cultural sector. Black people, People of Colour, people with disabilities, members of the Traveller community, LGBTQ candidates and candidates of all gender identities are actively encouraged to apply.

If you require additional support in submitting an application, have access requirements or wish to contact us for an informal conversation before making an application, please contact Dee Patton at