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Putting an appropriate amount of time and effort into your application is expected. Applications can take up-to or more than 2 weeks to be decided upon. Please be patient.
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If your application gets denied, please don't be discouraged. Take the feedback, improve, and try again at a later date.
If your application gets denied, please wait at least* 2 weeks before re-applying. It's not mandatory to wait longer, but it is strongly recommended. Take this time to use feedback properly so that you can be better suited for the position.
You must be already active and well-known member within our community
You must be calm and know how to handle stressful situations as a staff member you will get stressed.
You must understand the chain of command.
You must understand that the powers you are granted are for you to help people and the community.
You agree that your rank can be taken away at any time if you are reported abusing.
You need to understand that you may not receive the rank.
You must have an understanding of the rules and how the teamspeak 3 client works.
You must show appropriate levels of maturity in all aspects within the community.
Steam ID: STEAM_0:1:60328117
Steam Community Profile Page Link: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198080921963/
Current In-Game Alias (E.g.General Crudes): CWO Adine
Teamspeak Alias (E.g. crudes): Adine - Danger d00del
Are you staff on any other servers within this community?: Military RP
Have you been staff on any other communities (If so, please list your position, community and at least one reference and their SteamID)?: I have been staff on Defconnations, I was admin a couple years back in it and I can't grab any since it has been a while since I have been there, I can try to grab one. I was also a mod on a sandbox server called Big server and I have a reference for this one here STEAM_0:1:214931865.
What is your current rank in-game (e.g.: User, Respected, Gold, ect)? : Event Master
Are you familiar with teamspeak permissions and settings?: I am a more to the familiar but not with a full knowledge. Training and practice can help this however
On a scale of 1 to 10, how well are you known throughout the community by both players and staff members?: 7 - 9
Are you currently in Colossal Gaming Steam group?: Yep
Do you follow and enforce the rules to the best of your ability?: You bet
Do you accept that you cannot treat your friends any differently to ordinary players?: I Accept
Do you have a microphone that you can use to assist you while dealing with people?: Yes
Do you agree not to annoy any event staff while they are hosting events?: Well i host events but yeah
How often do you use the Teamspeak server?: Every day
If you become successful in your application, you will be given a Teamspeak Server Group that is appropriate to the position you were successful in. Please understand that you may not be given access to this Server Group instantly. By typing YES you agree to never abuse your Teamspeak powers and acknowledge that you understand the Teamspeak Rules: YES, I agree
In One Paragraph, please explain why you would like to become a Teamspeak Administrator?: The reason I would like to become a teamspeak administrator is because I want to make an impact on the team and be able to help people that may have technical issues on the Teamspeak. I want to be the first one to welcome new people to the community with open arms and be able to show them how the teamspeak works. A reason I want to become a Teamspeak Administrator is because I want to enforce the rules on the teamspeak server so that everyone around me can have an enjoyable time on the teamspeak and discuss things with friends without interruption from players that may want to ruin the fun for other players. In One Paragraph, please describe how you would make an impact on the Teamspeak as an Administrator?: The way I would make an impact on the current team is by delivering quick and efficient work ability when it comes to dealing with problems that may arise or that other players might have. I would also show the care and dedication to new members that they deserve, from the second they enter the community or teamspeak up till the point that they leave, I want to dedicate the respect and care that they want. Another reason I would make an impact is because of my knowledge of the ingame server and technical issues, with my knowledge I would be able to help any users that need help with either the in-game server or the teamspeak server with assigning roles.
Scenario 1: A User has been mic-spamming distorted/loud music in all of the public channels. They have since disconnected and you were only notified 20 minutes after the incident occured. Question 1: As a Teamspeak Administrator, how do you react?: Firstly I would go around to the affected people and ask them if it was music that was played to cause harm or just as pure fun. I would then wait for that user to reconnect and then inquire to the user about why they decided to play loud music. If it was for a stupid reason I would give them a warning and tell them that if they did it again a punishment would ensue. If there was a reason like they were with some mates and they were just having some fun, I would just tell him next time to turn it down and to be mindful of other players before playing something loud and obnoxious. Scenario 2: A User has been waiting in the HELPDESK channel for over an hour and a half. You join the help-desk channel to assist them and you discover they are quite agitated by your slow response. Question 2: As a Teamspeak Administrator, how do you react?: Firstly I would try to calm the player down and apologize for the slow response and explain to him why there was a slow response by trying to use a calm voice in order to not agitate the user any more than he/she already is. Once the player is calmed down enough I would inquire about what the player needed and then go through with helping the player out. Once his question / Inquiry was answered to the best of ability I would then thank him/her for their co-operation and say sorry again for the slow response, moving him to the channel he wants to go to. Scenario 3: There are a bunch of Users in a MilitaryRP designated Public-Channel. You notice none of them have any Server Groups. All the clients are connected from Australia.
Question 3: As a Teamspeak Administrator, how do you react?: I would enter the voice channel and ask in a calm voice the reason why they haven't got any Server Groups and how long they have been in here for. I would then ask them what their intentions are on the Game server and the Teamspeak and from there assign them a role based on their answer. If they are here for bad intentions I would ask them to cease, if they do not I would give warnings out accordingly to the offenders. If they are here for a reasonable reason I would give them a guest role or whatever role they need then thank them for their co-operation saying goodbye and leaving the channel.