Whole Earth Festival: Flow Control (Parking) Coordinator
Name: Tinka Peterka
You can visit the Whole Earth Festival website to learn more about them.
Payrate: $240.26 one-time stipend (pending budget approval - refer to budget for weeks paid)
Work Study: No
Resume Required: No
Hours per Week: 1-2 hrs/week Winter Quarter; 4-6 hrs/week Spring Quarter
Start Date: Nov. 21, 2018
End Date: May 13, 2019
Job Number: 0021-2992-2018
Last Date to Apply: Dec. 14, 2018
The Flow Control Coordinator shall work with TAPS and applicable staff members to obtain appropriate parking methods and permits for vendors and staff during the festival.
The Whole Earth Festival began in 1969 as a small art class project (“Art Happening”) on the UC Davis Quad to teach community members about activism, wellness, and environmental sustainability in an interactive and creative way. Following the United Nations’ recognition of Earth Day in 1970, the event was renamed as the “Whole Earth Festival” and has since evolved into an enormous, free, student-run event, attracting over 30,000 visitors annually on Mother’s Day Weekend.
- Secure all necessary equipment for parking control by providing your needs list to the Logistics Coordinators
- Ensure all WEF persons parking or entering campus have appropriate paperwork submitted to the festival and university
- Work closely with relevant staff members to assist in their parking needs
- Design an efficient system to direct vehicle flow in and out of the Quad area
- Act as a liaison between TAPS and the Whole Earth Festival
- Assist in recruiting volunteers to help direct and oversee parking needs before, during, and after the festival
[Obligations for ALL WEF members]
- Attend weekly meetings Wednesday @ 7PM, starting late November until the festival
- Must be available for the Weekend of the Festival: May 10-12, 2019
- Must commit to helping set up and clean up the days leading up to the festival (May 8 & 9, 2019) and the day after the festival (May 13, 2019)
- Must submit a monthly Staff Report to Directors online
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- Interested in leadership positions
- Familiar with Google Drive and its functions
- Dependable and self-motivated
- Excellent communication
- Works well with others
- Please list previous work history and volunteer experience.
- Describe why you are qualified for this position and how it relates to your interests.
- Please briefly discuss the role of the UC Davis Principles of Community in the workplace and your understanding of diversity and cultural competency.
Approved ___________________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________
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