GAH Game Day Team Members

GAH Team Members play a vital role in the success of football, basketball, gymnastics, and baseball hospitality programs at UGA. The most fundamental responsibility of the GAH Team Member is to represent the University of Georgia in a positive manner, regardless specific job duties. We are sure you have tons of questions about the program, and we hope to answer most of them with our list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the GAH office.

What is Georgia Athletic Hospitality?

GAH is actually part of the Colonnade Group, a sports production/event management company based in Birmingham, AL. We are contracted by the UGA Athletic Association to manage the premium seating and hospitality areas at UGA. Click here to learn more about the Colonnade Group. 

Where are we located?

Our office is located in Stegeman Coliseum in Suite 201.

How does the process work?

You will need to submit an application, found below, along with a resume to [email protected] We will then hold interviews for selected applicants. We will need approximately 70 team members for our football game day operations. Several employees from our 2016 team will return this fall, but we still have numerous spots available for new team members. As football season ends, we will select our top team members to work basketball, gymnastics, and baseball. You may also be contacted about the opportunity to work other GAH events.

When would I work?

GAH Ambassadors are required to work all Georgia home football games. While there are opportunities for additional hours, team members are only required to work on game day. There are 7 home games this season, and you will be required to work all 7 games. Please review the following dates. Failure to show up for one game will result in the termination of your position.

  • September 2, 2017 vs. Appalacian State
  • September 16, 2017 vs. Samford
  • September 23, 2017 vs. Mississippi State
  • October 14, 2017 vs. Missouri
  • October 28, 2017 vs. Florida
  • November 4, 2017 vs. South Carolina
  • November 18, 2017 vs. Kentucky

 

How many hours would I work on game day?

This varies from game to game, but you can generally plan to work 8 hours each game. Team Members are required to arrive at the stadium no later than 3 hours and 15 minutes before kickoff time. Postgame duties will vary depending on your position.

How much would I be paid?

The pay rate is $8.00 an hour.

Would I get to watch the game?

No. Please understand that this position is not an opportunity to watch the game. Team Member responsibilities require a high level of service and attentiveness. A dedicated and focused staff is essential to the success of the suite, club level and hospitality programs. Furthermore, the guests notice and appreciate the hard work of the Team Members and rewarding relationships can be built not just with peers, but also with the guests.

Would I get a break during the day?

Of course! Each team member gets a 20 minute break, which includes a boxed meal.

So, what are the positions and duties?

As with any team, there are several positions to be filled. While all the positions are critical to the smooth operation of the program, they all have different responsibilities. Please read these descriptions carefully.

1) SkySuite Attendants: SkySuite Attendants are responsible for attending to the suite holders and guests. Each Attendant is assigned five or six suites. Attendants must complete a pre-game, during the game, and post-game duty checklist.

2) Host Attendants: Host Attendants are the first team members that the guests meet once they arrive on the club and suite levels. They are responsible for welcoming the guests while checking their tickets and affixing wristbands. Greeters are stationed at the entrances to the club and suite levels, readily available to direct guests and answer questions, and control who has access to the levels in order to protect the exclusivity. Host Attendants also operate elevators in the SkySuite entrance lobbies.

3) Floaters: Floaters are responsible for covering various positions. Before the break rotation begins, Floaters assist the Greeters in welcoming all the guests as they arrive. Once the break rotation starts, Floaters fill-in for team members working various positions, allowing each person to have a break.

4) Floor Captains: A floor captain is placed on each level. They are responsible for recording any issues that arrive, managing floor staff and communicating with GAH staff members. Floor Captains are the first line of defense for any issues that arise.

Do I get to pick what position I’d like to fill?

In order to place each person in a position that highlights his/her strengths, placement decisions are left up to GAH.

I’m interested! What do I do now?

Fill out the application below and email it with a resume to [email protected] Please write: 2016 Ambassador Application in the email subject line.