FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (Team Members)

Joining The Ambassadors

The first step on the path to becoming an Ambassador is to begin with submitting your application and resume. As an Ambassador, you will enter a world where you will meet new people, have fun and show off your service skills.  We’ll then call you to discuss your application and invite you to our office for an interview. The interview process includes getting to know you and your job related objectives and goals after which we will introduce you to the Ambassador Services’ approach to the recruitment process, the filling of client orders and your next step.

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Can I “drop-in” for an interview?
A: No.  Although we look forward to visiting with all of our Ambassadors in person, our office staff coordinates their week to accommodate prospective employee interviews along with being in the field with our clients.  Please submit your application and resume online and someone from our office will contact you within 48 hours to discuss your application.

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How soon will I be called to work?
A: Our open job board changes on a daily basis depending on the time of year and our clients’ staffing needs.  When job orders are placed with us, you will be offered appropriate positions based on your preferences and skill set.

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What can I expect for a Pay Rate?
A: Pay rates vary according to the job.  We aim to secure you appealing, and well-paid assignments that will build on your existing skills and enhance your future work opportunities. Working with Meeting, Convention, Tradeshow and Special Event Planners as well as top employers in the local area, we’re often able to offer you opportunities that are unavailable through other staffing companies.  Working with these clients, we are able to pay generous hourly rates for jobs to which you are assigned.

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Can I turn down an assignment?
A: Not every job is going to meet your job expectations.  If you are not interested in accepting a job or cannot commit to the entire duration of the assignment, decline the position.  You will remain on our call list and we will continue to offer you positions based on your skills and preferences.

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What if I accept an assignment and find it is not the right fit for me?
A: We encourage our Ambassadors to only accept positions they feel confident they can be excited about and able to commit to the entire duration of the assignment.  If you have any hesitations about a position you are offered – tell us immediately.  However, we realize sometimes you might not know until you have actually arrived and started to work.  IF you are on assignment and find it isn’t working for you, call your Ambassador Services Supervisor immediately.  DO NOT LEAVE THE JOB.  We will attempt to work with our customer to remedy the situation.

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Where can I find open Ambassador positions?
A: Easy – visit our Job Openings menu item on our website: www.ambassadorservices.com/job-listings

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What is the Ambassador dress code?
A: Ambassador Dress Code is required unless otherwise requested by our client. Your appearance and conduct reflect upon ALL Ambassadors. Always be well-groomed and conduct yourself as an Ambassador and in a professional manner.

All clothing is to be clean and pressed.

Conservative/traditional jewelry is acceptable; however, non-traditional jewelry is to be removed and not to be worn, on-site.

Conventions & Tradeshows: Navy blue jacket, white dress blouse/shirt, (no polo shirts), always “tucked-in”, khaki colored slacks, comfortable dress shoes (no tennis shoes). Men are to wear ties.

Hospitality Staff: Black slacks, white tuxedo shirt, black bow tie, black shoes & socks.