Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

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  • Student Ambassador

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    Former Intern - Student Ambassador in Dulles, VA
    Former Intern - Student Ambassador in Dulles, VA

    I worked at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority as an intern (More than a year)

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    Pros

    seeing celebrities, leaning to work with a diversity crowd and learning new languages.

    Cons

    on your feet all day, management was harsh and careless.


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    Customer Service Ambassador Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority in September 2014.

    Interview

    This is for customer service ambassador position at Washington Dulles International Airport. I applied Online, The whole process is simple as receiving several emails from HR, Invited to take the customer service behavioral exam at their HQ in Arlington (Reagan), Got selected and went in for interview at Dulles. Questions are pretty basic behavioral questions. One tip I could give is that you will be asked about your availability because this is job at airport which operates 365 days a year, and those WILL matter in getting selected. Interview went well and was offered a position, Went into their HQ again to meet a person at HR to fill out paperwork. You need ID to work at an airport so you have to finish the paperwork and fingerprinting for background check at a place called Pass & ID office. Process is definitely simple and easy if you do get selected but expect a pretty lengthy background check. It's been over a month and I'm still waiting for clearance.

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    • Nothing difficult, questions are basic behavioral questions.   Answer Question

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Website www.metwashairports.com
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1938
Type Government
Industry Transportation & Logistics
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Politicians might dominate the airwaves in Washington, DC, but the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority rules the airways, or at least the runways. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operates Washington Dulles International and Ronald Reagan Washington National airports, the primary airports serving the nation's capital. The airports generate revenue from aircraft landing fees, concessions, and space rental. The agency also oversees the Dulles Toll Road. A public agency, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority was created in 1987 by the District of... More

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