How much does it pay to put up with The Cricket and hundreds of other whiny journalists during the Sundance Film Festival?
About $600 a week.
The Sundance Institute has posted a job listing for the role of associate manager of the 2013 festival's Press Office. It's a full-time seasonal gig, from mid-October to mid-February -- and requires the chosen applicant to work extended hours, weekends and holidays, and be housed in Park City during the festival (which is January 17-27).
It's one of more than two dozen jobs being filled to work before, during and after the festival in Park City.
The job posting lists all of the associate manager's duties, as well as necessary qualifications.
Good luck to all job seekers. And to the winning applicant, don't forget who gave you the tip.
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