We are proud to offer a wide range of restaurant positions in  Myrtle Beach, SC.  This is a very popular touristic area, people from many states come here starting from early spring to enjoy beautiful settings, wide beaches and of course ocean. Every year hundreds of students spend their summer in Myrtle Beach under Work and Travel Program, it’s a good opportunity to work in a very friendly community in beach area and enjoy all local attractions on days off. After 3 or 4 month in Myrtle Beach students bring back home not only funds to cover program expenses but life-time memories, they find friends from around the world and gain cultural experience which is hard to overrate.

Hostess (female) is responsible for greeting and assisting customers, taking guests to their seats, creating and supporting friendly ambiance. Advanced English is a requirement. Wages are  $5.65 + tips or $7.50 per hour.

Server  (basically females, males are also accepted) are in charge of taking orders, serving food. It’s best job for sociable and presentable girls with  Upper-intermediate or Advanced English. Wages are $2.15+tips. Tips are $50 – $150 per day.

Food Runner (males and females) assist servers, bring hot food to the tables, take additional orders. Wages are $5.65 + tips but not lawer than $7.50.  

Busser (males and females) assist food runners, cleaning tables, preparing tables for new guests. $7,5 tips.

Kitchen Helper (males) perform various kitchen tasks, Wages start at $ 7.50 and gradually grow up. Intermediate English is a must.

Dishwashers (males) are in charge of cleaning and drying dishes. Wages are  $7.50 per hour + tips.

Additional available positions: Gift shop, Carving station, Bartender, Cook, Salad & Bakery.

Applicants are primarily assigned in a pposition at interview depending on qualification (English, arival dates, working experience, general attitude).

If applicant does not show required qualification (language skills) he or she may be transferred in a position requiring a lower English level. For example if a student was assigned to position of server but doesn’t qualify for this job he/she may work as food runner, kitchen help, busser, etc.

Job requirements:

Interview: since students will be working in high  class restaurant even for kitchen help positions an intermediate English is required. An interview with representative of host company will be arranged before Job Offer will be issued. The employer assigns accepted students to positions based on English level and qualification shown at interview.

Generally job is guaranteed for all hired participants, but in case a student does have a required qualification (language skills) he or she may be put to a position requiring a lower English level. For example if a student was assigned to position of server but doesn’t qualify for this job he/she may work as food runner, kitchen help, busser, etc.

Start and End dates.

Start dates are in between May’01 and June’01, late arrivals (up to the beginning of July) are also possible but it will be additionally discussed upon request.

Students will be put to work within 1 – 7 days upon arrival to employer’s office.

Housing.

Accommodation is not provided. Basically J-1 employees stay a nearby hotel  at $75/week. 2 – 4 students per room.

Transportation.

N/A

Arriving to Employer.

Participants must arrive in time to host company office to complete documentation, follow an orientation and then visit Social Security Office.