MagicFest São Paulo #1 2019

Organizer: CFB Events
Judge manager: CFBEvents Staff Manager
Event type: Grand Prix
REL: Competitive/Professional (GP)
Format: Modern
Event date(s): April 12, 2019-April 14, 2019
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Expo Center Norte
Rua José Bernardo Pinto, 333
Vila Guilherme
São Paulo - SP
02055-000
Brazil
Applications accepted through: Feb. 10, 2019

Event Information

CFB Events is excited to invite you to join an amazing community of people who will create some tremendously fun Magic: the Gathering experiences for guests of MagicFest São Paulo featuring the Grand Prix on April 12th - 14tht, 2019. This application will allow you to apply to be a Judge or Operations Team Member for this event.

Please be sure to read the entire application carefully before applying. The application window will close at 11:59 PM (23:59) CST on Sunday, February 10th, 2019.

2&3DayPositions

In an effort to create opportunities for as many people as possible, we are offering two day positions (Friday/Saturday & Saturday/Sunday) in addition to three day positions. Applicants available for two day positions will be given higher priority than those only available for three day positions. Please select only those groups of days for which you are available to work.

 

Most operations positions are three day commitments which require availability from Friday morning at 8:00 AM (8:00) through Sunday evening at 8:00 PM (20:00). As you are answering the application questions, please select only those groups of days for which you are available to work.

Expectations

Please note that you may apply for multiple roles, and may have more than one role over the course of the weekend. If you are selected as a judge, you may be asked to take on operations tasks if needed.

 

LEADS

Culturally, leadership is more than a title and level. As a leader at a CFBE event, you are expected to invest in your team members, collaborating with them, helping one another to grow and to gain the valuable experience that each MagicFest offers.

 

Part and parcel with cultural leadership are the tasks and duties required of leaders at a CFBE event.  As part of our leadership team you may be asked to:

SCOREKEEPERS

We have received inquiries from both long time scorekeepers and newer scorekeepers looking to improve their skills.  This application is open to anyone who is familiar with Wizard Event Reporter and has score-kept local tournaments regularly.  Scorekeeping is more than just data entry and event management; scorekeepers sit on the frontlines and are often the main point of contact for players, making customer service as important as the ability to run the events.

 

As part of our scorekeeping team you may be asked to:

The Scorekeeping Team at CFB Events needs to be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday and have a typical shift time of 10-11 hours including a one hour lunch.

 

JUDGES

If selected for a judging role, you may be asked to do any of the following:

 

If selected to judge, you will be expected to work a minimum of two days, either Friday/Saturday or Saturday/Sunday. Some number of judges will be selected to work all three days.

 

Judges working towards their Day Two Team-Lead-In-Training Position (“TLTP”) will receive the regular Floor Judge compensation rate. The judge assigned to supervise and assess a candidate for the TLTP certification will be selected from CORE Leadership.

 

Judges who have received the TLTP certification and are chosen to Team Lead on the Main Event will receive an extra box of the most recent Standard set in addition to their regular compensation for each day they are a Team Lead on the Main Event.

 

OPERATIONS

If selected for the Operations Team, you may be asked to work in one or more of the following areas:

 

Most Operations Team Members will be expected to work all three days, although a few may be scheduled to work Saturday and Sunday only.

 

ALL STAFF

The typical shift length is 10-12 hours with a one hour lunch break and at least one thirty minute break.  Typical shift length for leads is 10-14 hours with a one hour lunch break and at least one thirty minute break. Please note that leads on the main event are expected to work all of the rounds on Day One and through the end of the Top 8 on Day Two. In order to give us flexibility in scheduling the event, all Operations Team members are expected to be available from 8:00 AM (8:00) Friday morning until at least 8 PM (20:00) on Sunday.

 

If you are selected for this event, you are responsible for monitoring the event forum for important news prior to and during the event.

ThursdaySetup

We will need help on Thursday to assist with preparing the hall and other miscellaneous setup. Anyone selected to join us on Thursday will receive one (1) Booster Box for the day. Lunch will be provided.

 

This shift starts at 10:00 AM (10:00) on Thursday and continues until the room is fully set up for the MagicFest. This typically takes between ten and twelve hours. Our goal is to be completed by 8:00 PM (20:00). However, the shift can go later if all of the setup tasks are not complete. If you select this as an option, please be prepared for physical tasks, and please make sure you are available for the full day.

Strike

We always appreciate having a hard working and fun-loving crew to tear down the hall and pack up the equipment with us on Sunday night. The Strike shift will start at 4:00 PM (16:00) on Sunday and will go until the MagicFest is completely packed up (generally Midnight, (00:00), occasionally later). This shift has a one hour dinner break. If selected, you will receive two (2) Booster Boxes for the shift. Please note that being selected for Sunday Strike means you won't be selected to be a judge or operations staff on Sunday morning; no staff member is meant to be scheduled to work two shifts in one day.

 

Please be prepared for physical work, both in your attire and capabilities. Lifting and loading are a large part of the duties. Because of this, you are free to wear whatever attire allows you to be the most comfortable and safe while doing this work. Please be aware that you will also be late in attending the staff party, which starts at 9:00 PM (21:00), but we always save a little extra cheer of for the Strike Team to celebrate a job well done!

Compensation

Staff members will receive product compensation per day worked, as shown in the table below.

Role

Payment

Product*

Notes

Judge Lead

1000 BRL

2 boxes

 

Judge

-

2 boxes

 

Operations Team

-

2 boxes

 

Side Event Scorekeeper

-

3 boxes

 

Event Setup Team

-

1 box

Thursday Only

Event Strike Team

-

2 boxes

Sunday Only

Outside of Brazil Sponsor

-

1 box

Friday to Sunday Only

* Product will be in the form of boxes from the most recent standard set.

† Staff traveling from outside of Brazil will receive a travel sponsorship of one (1) additional box per day worked in the event from Friday to Sunday (setup day doesn't apply). For example, an operations staff member working all three days would receive 6 boxes plus 3 more boxes as travel sponsorship if traveling from outside of Brazil. An judge working two days would receive 4 boxes plus 2 more boxes as travel sponsorship if traveling from outside of Brazil.

StaffParty

We love celebrating the hard work and fantastic job our team does at each and every event.  As usual, there will be a post event staff party with desserts, drinks, and lots and lots of drafting!  The party runs from 9:00 PM (21:00) until at least 12:00 AM (0:00) on Sunday night after the event. Information and location will be provided to staff during the weekend.  We hope that everyone on staff will be able to stay and join us for the festivities!

VERSÃO EM PORTUGUÊS

CFB Events tem o prazer de convidá-los a fazer parte da maravilhosa comunidade de pessoas que criarão experiências de Magic: the Gathering tremendamente divertidas para os convidados da MagicFest São Paulo, incluindo um Grand Prix, de 12 a 14 de abril de 2019. Está inscrição oferece posiçoes para juízes e membros da equipe operacional deste evento.

Assegure-se de ler toda a descrição das inscrições antes de se inscrever. Estas inscrições se encerrarão às 23h59min (CST) de 10 de fevereiro de 2019.

2&3DayPositions

Com o objetivo de oferecer oportunidades para o maior número de pessoas possível, estamos oferecendo posições para dois dias (setxa/sábado e sábado/domingo), além de posições para três dias. Candidatos disponíveis para posições de dois dias terão prioridade sobre aqueles disponíveis apenas para posições de três dias. Selecione apenas os grupos de dias para os quais você estará disponível para trabalhar.

 

A maioria das posições operacionais são de três dias, o que exigirá trabalhar a partir das 8h de sexta-feira até às 20h de domingo. Conforme responde às questões de inscrição, selecione apenas os grupos de dias para os quais estará disponível para trabalhar.

Expectations

Obseerve que você pode se inscrever para diversos papéis, e que você poderá ter mais de um papél ao longo do fim de semana. Se você for selecionado como juiz, talvez seja solicitado a desempenhar tarefas operacionais, se necessário.

 

LÍDERES

Culturalmente, liderança é mais do que um título e nível. Como um líder em um evento da CFBE, é esperado que você dedique-se aos membros de tua equipe, colaborando com eles e auxiliando-os a crescer e adquirir toda a experiência valiosa que uma MagicFest tem a oferecer.

 

Parte da cultura de liderança são tarefas e obrigações requeridas de líderes durante um evento da CFBE. Como parte de nossa equipe de liderança, você será solicitado a:

SCOREKEEPERS

Recebemos diversas solicitações de scorekeepers, tanto experientes quanto iniciantes, que desejam aprimorar suas habilidades. Esta inscrição está aberta para qualquer um familiar com o Wizard Event Reporter e que esteja atuando como scorekeepr em eventos locais regularmente. Atuar como scorekeeper é mais do que inserir resultados e gerenciar eventos; scorekeepers estão na linha de frente e frequentemente são o principal contsto com jogadores, fazendo com que seu atendimento ao consumidor seja tão importante quanto sua habilidade em rodar eventos.

 

Como parte de nossa equipe de scorekeepers, você será solicitado a:

A equipe de scorekeepers de eventos da CFB deverá estar disponível sexta, sábado e domingo e tem turnos de 10 a 11 horas, incluindo uma hora de almoço.

 

JUÍZES

Se for selecionado(a) para um papel de juiz, você será solicitado(a) a executar qualquer um dos seguintes:

 

Caso você seja selecionado como juíz, será esperado que você trabalhe pelo menos dois dias, tanto sexta/sábado quanto sábado/domingo. Alguns juízes serão selecionados para trabalhar os três dias.

 

Juízes trabalhando em busca de sua certificação como Day Two Team-Lead-In-Training Position (“TLTP”) receberão a compensação normal de juiz de salão. O juiz designado para supervisionar e avaliar o candidato em sua certificação TLTP será selecionado entre os líderes CORE.

 

Juízes que tenham recebido sua certificação TLTP e forem escolhidos como líderes de equipe no Evento principal receberão uma caixa adicional da coleção Padrão mais recente para cada dia como líder de equipe no Evento principal.

 

OPERACIONAL

Se for selecionado(a) para a Equipe de Operações, você poderá ser solicitado(a) a trabalhar em uma ou mais das seguintes áreas:

A maioria dos membros da equipe de operações deverá trabalhar durante os três dias, embora alguns poucos possam ser escalados para trabalhar apenas no sábado e domingo.

TODA A EQUIPE

A duração padrão dos turnos será de 10 a 12 horas, com um intervalo de almoço de uma hora e pelo menos um intervalo de 15 minutos. A duração padrão dos turnos de líderes será de 10 a 14 horas, com um intervalo de almoço de uma hora e pelo menos um intervalo de 15 minutos. Observe que líderes no torneio principal deverão trabalhar durante todas as rodadas do Dia Um e até o final do Top 8 do Dia Dois. Para que possamos ter flexibilidade ao programar o evento, todos os membros da equipe de operações deverão estar disponíveis das 8h da manhã da sexta-feira até as 20h do domingo.

Se você for selecionado(a) para este evento, será sua responsabilidade acompanhar os fóruns do evento para informações e novidades importantes antes e durante o evento.

ThursdaySetup

Precisaremos de ajuda na quinta-feira para preparar o salão do evento e outras tarefas. Qualquer um selecionado para nos auxiliar na quinta-feira receberá uma (1) caixa de boosters pelo dia. Almoço será providenciado por nós.

Este turno começa às 10h da quinta-feira e continua até que o salão esteja pronto para o GP. Isto geralmente demora entre 10 e 12 horas. Nosso objetivo é terminar até às 20h. Entretanto, o turno poderá se estender caso as tarefas não estejam completas. Caso selecione isto como uma opção, esteja preparado para atividades físicas, e esteja disponível para todo o dia.

Strike

É sempre bom podermos contar com uma equipe trabalhadora e apaixonada para nos ajudar a desmontar o salão e guardar tudo no domingo à noite. O turno de desmontagem começará às 16h no domingo e continuará até que tudo esteja completamente encaixotado (geralmente à meia-noite, às vezes antes). Este turno terá um intervalo de uma hora para janta. Caso seja selecionado, você receberá duas caixas de boosters pelo turno.

Esteja preparado para atividade física, tanto em termos de vestimenta quanto de capacidades. Erguer e carregar coisas representa grande parte das tarefas desta equipe. Por isso, você estará liberado para vestir o que lhe for mais confortável para este tipo de trabalho. Por favor, observe que você chegará atrasado para a festa da equipe, que geralmente começa às 21h. Mas sempre teremos um pouco de alegria guardada para celebrar com a equipe de desmontagem pelo trabalho bem feito!

Compensation

Membros da equipe receberão uma compensação em produto por dia trabalhado, conforme indicado na tabela abaixo.

Papel

Compensação

Produto*

Observações

Juiz líder

R$ 1.000,00

2 caixas

 

Juiz

-

2 caixas

 

Equipe operacional

-

2 caixas

 

Scorekeeper - Sides

-

3 caixas

 

Equipe de montagem

-

1 caixa

Apenas quinta

Equipe de desmontagem

-

2 caixas

Apenas domingo

Patrocínio fora do Brasil

-

1 caixa

De sexta a domingo

* O produto será na forma de caixas da coleção Padrão mais recente.

Membros da equipe viajando de fora do Brasil receberão um patrocínio de viagem de uma (1) caixa adicional por dia trabalhado no evento de sexta a domingo (o dia de montagem não faz parte). Por exemplo, um membro da equipe operacional que trabalhe três dias receberá seis caixas mais três caixas adicionais de patrocínio de viagem por vir de fora do Brasil. Um juiz que trabalhe dois dias receberá quatro caixas, mais duas caixas de patrocínio de viagem por vir de fora do Brasil.

StaffParty

 

Nós adoramos celebrar o trabalho fantástico e dedicado que nossa equipe realiza a cada evento. Como sempre, haverá uma festa da equipe pós evento, com sobremesas, bebidas e muitos drafts! A festa será no domingo, após o evento, das 21h às 12h. Informações adicionais, incluindo o local, serão fornecidas durante o fim de semana. Esperamos que todos os membros da equipe possam participar conosco das festividades!

Staff Members

Name Level Region Role
Jona Bemindt
Level 3 (Judge Academy) BeNeLux Staff
Guillaume Beuzelin
Level 3 (Judge Academy) France Staff
Rafael Dei Svaldi
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Juan Del Compare
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Kevin Desprez
Level 3 (Judge Academy) France Head Judge
Damián Hiller
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Appeals Judge
Carlos Ho
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - North Staff
Florian Horn
Level 3 (Judge Academy) France Floor Judge
Agustín Mopty
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Jose Nazareno
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Alejandro Raggio
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Appeals Judge
Carlos Rangon
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Luca Romano
Level 3 (Historical) Italy and Malta Floor Judge
Julio Sosa
Level 3 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Gerard Trpin
Level 3 (Judge Academy) France Floor Judge
Emilien Wild
Level 3 (Judge Academy) BeNeLux Floor Judge
Filipe Anastassopoulos
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Marcus Vinicius Angelo
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Alice Araujo
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Scorekeeper
Jorge Avendaño
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Carlos Martín Bassetti
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Eduardo Beraldo
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Paula Camara
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Eder Carvalho
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Raian Chaves
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Bruna Chiochetta
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Lu Cordeiro
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Leonardo da Luz
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Ryan Darris
Level 2 (Judge Academy) USA - Southwest Staff
Maximiliano de la Fuente
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Bruno de Oliveira
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Antonio Faillace
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Gregory Farias
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Santiago Grangetto
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Caue Hattori
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Lucas Horta
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Tony Houst
Level 2 (Judge Academy) USA - Northeast Floor Judge
Érick Jones
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Kim Kanegusuke
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Danilo Kanno
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Marcello Klingelfus
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Klaus Lassacher
Level 2 (Judge Academy) German-speaking countries Floor Judge
Naiyan Lima
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Jimmy Luz
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Eleazar Magnere
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Nicolau Maldonado
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Gustavo Marin
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Carlos Maripangui
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Aline Martins
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Scorekeeper
Pedro Mathies Vilela
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Àre Maturana
Level 2 (Judge Academy) France Floor Judge
Janit Mindis
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Philippe Monlevade
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Claudio Martín Nieva Scarpatti
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Hector Backx de Oliveira
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Joaquín Ossandón
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Victor Antonio Padilla Prado
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Pablo Paolo
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Jorge Antonio Peñailillo Monckeberg
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Staff
Leonardo Portela Leal
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Rafael Aurélio Raimundo
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Jéssica Rodrigues
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Breno Roger
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Pablo Saavedra
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Daniel Saléh
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Matheus Sobral
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Florencia Valle
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Esteban Vasquez
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Alejandro Vazquez
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Federico Verdini
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Flavio Viana
Level 2 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Trevor Baker
Level 1 (Judge Academy) USA - Northwest Staff
Bruno Benatti
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Staff
Miguel Ángel Caballero Pérez
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Hispanic America - South Floor Judge
Ana Carolina dos Santos Teixeira
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Nicolas Glik
Level 1 (Historical) Iberia Scorekeeper
Franklin Loureiro
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Pedro Manzoni
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Kaue Martins
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Sam Pagliarini
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Floor Judge
Brunno Santos
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Scorekeeper
Luís Anderson Snake
Level 1 (Legacy Judge Program) Brazil Scorekeeper
Anna Luiza Harumi Hiwatashi Gallicchio
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Emilia Jorge de Aratanha
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Felipe Kertes
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Paulo Macedo
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Luiz Michielli
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Lonneke Onrust
Uncertified BeNeLux Staff
Vinicius Quaiato
Uncertified Brazil Floor Judge
Paula Roberta Ribeiro Ceresani
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Paloma Ribeiro Ceresani
Uncertified Brazil Staff
Jon Saso
Uncertified USA - Southwest Tournament Organizer
Mashi Scanlan
Uncertified USA - Southwest Staff
CFBEvents Staff Manager
Uncertified USA - North Judge Manager
Amanda Stedile
Uncertified Brazil Scorekeeper
Vanessa Tursi
Uncertified Brazil Staff