The EFFA team is always looking out for enthusiastic, film-loving, enviro-conscious people to join our team and help us to make a difference.

If you like the idea of working for a non-profit volunteer organisation, and have skills in film, marketing, operations or community engagement, let us know via 

Current opportunities


EFFA is looking for passionate volunteer film programmers to join our organisation. Working as part of a small and dynamic team, programmers will collaborate to select films for screening at the 2019 festival that reflect EFFA’s artistic vision.


  • Find suitable films to consider for selection - implement research skills to uncover relevant films for programming consideration

  • Watch and evaluate film content - critically assess a weekly allocation of films and report on their suitability for selection. Note - both feature and short film programming positions are available

  • Support the Festival Director and Program Manager in film selection - attend monthly team meetings to discuss viewing and engage in the festival’s curatorial process

  • Assist in the curation of panels, talks and workshops - Opportunities exist to facilitate post-film discussions and organise activities during the festival that target environmental film industry practitioners and other environmentalists

  • Help Promote EFFA - advertising EFFA events and programs

  • Serve as Film Host - present films, pre-screening, on behalf of the programming team at the 2019 festival

  • Participate in various Front of House (FOH) duties throughout the festival - gain valuable experience and insight into festival operations and management.

Applications for this position are open until midnight Sunday, February 17, 2019.

Please read the position description and then apply by submitting your CV and cover letter to Nathan Senn, EFFA Program Manager at