Applications sought for Wedco ambassadors
West End Development Corporation is again looking for “ambassadors” to welcome Dockyard guests and make sure they enjoy their time in the former naval base.
The ambassador programme was launched in 2017 to positive reviews from guests and the quango.
Aqueelah Somner, who oversees the programme for Wedco, said: “Feedback from Dockyard guests was excellent, so we decided to repeat the idea.
“We would like to hire four ambassadors who will start work in April until August. They will all be trained in customer service by Wedco and will become Certified Tourism Ambassadors.
“In addition, all the ambassadors will receive first aid training and two will be CPR certified.”
Andrew Dias, Wedco’s general manager, added: “We are very happy to be repeating this ambassadorial service.
“We know last year’s team did a superb job and were very well received. As a popular place for locals and tourists alike, we need to ensure that we treat our guests extremely well.”
• For more details of the job, visit dockyardbermuda.com/jobs/
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