2019 Applications

For Fringe 2019 there will be 3 rounds of applications to volunteer.

Round 1: Returning staff opens 1st January 2019 and closes on the 31st January 2019

Round 2: New applicants opens 1st February 2019 and closes on the 17th February 2019

Round 3: New applicants opens 1st June 2019 and closes on the 9th June 2019

Telephone interviews for those successful at the application stage will be held on the weekend of the 2nd & 3rd of March for round 2 and the 16th June for round 3

Application Process

When you apply to work for Paradise Green you will receive an email acknowledging your application.

A particular mix of skills is needed in our volunteers. Thus the staff co-ordinator will start making decisions about which volunteers to offer places to when a number of applications have been made.

Once you have received an offer you should log into your application webpage, using your username and password, and confirm acceptance or rejection of the offer.

If for any reason you have to change the dates you wish to work for us or have to pull out entirely please let us know as soon as possible.

If in doubt contact our staff administrator via email at staff@paradise-green.co.uk.

Staff Training

If you have applied for a management or technical role you may be invited to training:

House and Technical managers, this will take place on Saturday 8th June in the North or Saturday 29th June in London from 11am-4pm. You are only required to attend one of these dates.

For Duty managers, training will take place on Sunday 9th June in the North or Sunday 30th June in London. You are only required to attend one of these dates.

For technicians, this will take place on Saturday 13th July or Sunday 14th July in London or in Manchester on Saturday 6th July. You are only required to attend one of these dates.

The venue this takes place in will be confirmed via email.

Round 3 applications

For our 3rd round of recruitment in June 2019, places will be extremely limited. We are specifically looking for staff who are able to work our non-performance weeks. Therefore applicants who are able to do week 0 or 4 as part of their application are most likely to be successful.