LOCAL INFO: Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. Experience trophy sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking, flight seeing, summer dog sled rides, and more.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May 2019 for Hotel management September 2019
April 2019 for Culinary October 2019

JOB TITLE: Hotel management, Culinary
COMPANY TYPE: Hotel, restaurant
QUALIFICATIONS: Proficiency in English
GENDER: Any
NATIONALITY: Any
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Upper-intermediate
Duties would include taking reservations, managing expedia.com and bookings.com reservation accounts, guest check-in/out, overseeing housekeeping and performing housekeeping as needed, ensuring overall hotel and room cleanliness and appearance, booking local activities for guests, responding to guest complaints, performing daily accounting, responding to online reviews.
WAGE: monthly stipend of $3000 for hotel manager;
$12/hour per Culinar
AVERAGE HOURS: 32 – 40 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 5 -6 days per week; 6-8 hours per day
TRAINING: 2-3 days training provided
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
LOCATION: Seward, AK
WEBSITES: http://www.seward.com/
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance
HOUSING: Housing is complimentary for the hotel manager since he/she is required to live on site.
HOUSING COSTS: $350/month, including utilities
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $50 deposit for linens, refundable at the end of the season if returned in good condition
ARRIVAL INFO: Employees will fly into Anchorage.  We may be able to pick employees up and would charge $30 per person for a ride to Seward.  Otherwise, employees can book transportation from Anchorage to Seward on either Seward Bus Lines or Alaska Railroad.
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Sometimes employer pick-up doesn’t work out, and employees need to find alternative transport.

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