If you’re seeking a challenging career that provides you with an opportunity to serve others every day, a position at Ambassador Advisors could be for you. The team at Ambassador offers investment and stewardship counsel to families, businesses, churches and other nonprofit organizations throughout the region, helping these faithful stewards DO MORE with their resources.
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To support and promote Biblical stewardship through appropriate financial planning, estate strategies, and money management services for the benefit of nonprofits, charities, individual donors, and investors.
To help others maximize their stewardship of God’s resources.
Following God | Teaching Stewardship | Demonstrating Expertise | Exemplifying Integrity | Fostering Teamwork | Enriching Relationships
The firm offers a robust benefit package for permanent team members, which includes:
Apply through our online career center. Your resume, cover letter, and application question responses will be reviewed by a member of our team.
Candidates whose experience and skills align with the requirements of the open role will be contacted for the next step in our process. A member of our team will reach out to arrange one or more interviews. Interviews may be virtual or in-person.
Assessments are administered to determine a candidate’s communication style or skill level for skills pertaining to the role.
Two or three professional references are required. The references should be persons familiar with the candidate’s work style, and willing to provide feedback as to how well the candidate’s skills and experience fit with the requirements of the open position.
When a candidate is offered the opportunity for employment with our firm, the offer is contingent upon a clear state and federal background check.
Our onboarding includes the electronic completion of new hire and employment forms. This step is often initiated prior to the official start date.
Orientation & Training
Our orientation includes both general and role-specific training. Because hands-on experience is a great way for most people to learn, we are intentional to get a new hire started on actual work projects during the first few days of their employment. A training checklist is used for each role to ensure all aspects of the role are covered. A 90-day check-in is scheduled to determine what parts of the training checklist have been covered fully and where additional or follow-up training is needed.