Guest Ambassador-marin County Fair

County of Marin
Temporary $17 - $21 Per hour California USA
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Overview

ABOUT THE POSITION


The award-winning Marin County Fair is the County’s premier community event with over 120,000 attendees annually.  Held annually over the 4th of July holiday, fairgoers enjoy five days of art, rides, concerts, fair food delights, shopping and so much more. 

The Department of Cultural Services is looking for staff to work the upcoming Marin County Fair-July 3-7th, 2024. There are multiple contingent hire (temporary) positions in two assignment areas:

Admissions Ambassador (Front of House)
Guest-focused support scanning tickets. Monitors the admission of fair patrons, guests, staff, exhibitors and contractors for proper ticket or credential, before allowing them to enter. Operates ticket scanning equipment and provides guidance for other employees in its proper use. Provides excellent customer service to Fair patrons by answering questions and providing information. Bilingual skills in Spanish are highly desirable.

Admissions Ambassador (Concerts)
Guest-focused support for seating patrons for nightly headliner concerts, Directing guests to restrooms, concessions, and other areas of the venue, answering any questions guests might have about the venue or the event, monitoring the crowd for any potential safety concerns and reporting them to appropriate personnel, and assisting in ensuring the venue is clean before and during the events. Bilingual skills in Spanish are highly desirable.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Work schedules include weekends and evenings at Marin Center facilities. Must be available to work the duration of the County Fair: July 3-7th, 2024.  


 To view all Marin County Fair positions and apply, please visit:

ABOUT YOU

QUALIFICATIONS

KNOWLEDGE OF

  • Techniques for dealing with the public, individually and in groups. 
  • Standard theater practices and procedures, including patron seating assignment and the operation of standard equipment.
ABILITY TO
  • Deal tactfully and effectively with visitors. 
  • Use current technology such as handheld computing devices and/or Point of Sale systems.
  • Interpret, apply and explain regulations, rules, policies and procedures. 
  • Understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
  • Maintain attention to detail and remaining calm while handling multiple activities or queries. 
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work.
The Minimum Qualifications are:
 Previous work experience is not required.  Some experience as an Usher and/or in a related field at public events or in other customer service settings is highly desirable.  

Bilingual skills in Spanish are highly desirable.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early in the process. The first 25 applicants that meet the minimum requirements will be reviewed for first consideration.

All applicants will receive email notifications regarding their status in the recruitment process. Please be sure to check your spam settings to allow our emails to reach you. You may also log into your governmentjobs.com account to view these emails.

 To view all Marin County Fair positions, and apply please visit:

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