Flexible workplace with good pay and benefits. HR isn't perfect
Start your shift by meeting with your supervisor, and they'll tell you what is happening for the day/event. Go to your assigned post and follow the procedure your supervisor told you. Interact with people and make sure your job duties are being followed. Sometimes you'll have a radio which you can use to ask questions if you're unsure of how to handle - more... something.
Management is nice and lenient, but can be slow to do things that they think are not as important.
If you're competent, it will be very easy to get along with everyone there as long as you do your job.
Hardest part of the job ... - less
ProsFlexible hours, laid back environment, new tasks all the time
ConsLong hours of standing, short and few breaks