Hotel management in San Francisco, CA


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JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
November – February (seasonal)
Year round (interns)

COMPANY TYPE: Hotel & Restaurant
QUALIFICATIONS: Conversational English, relevant educational (interns) and / or professional background (trainees). F&B Management experience.
GENDER: Any
NATIONALITY: Any
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational (upper intermediate)
WAGE: $15 per hour for seasonal candidates, $2500 per month for interns/trainees
END OF SEASON BONUS: N/A
AVERAGE HOURS: 35 – 40  hours per week
OVERTIME: Available
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-monthly (seasonal), TBD (internship)
WORK SCHEDULES: 5 – 6 days per week;
TRAINING: provided
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Bus, subway
TRAVEL TO WORK: N/A
HOUSING: Housing is not provided but there are options for temporary students including hostels and sublets.
HOUSING COSTS: N/A
HOUSING DEPOSIT: N/A
ARRIVAL INFO: Employees must give a prior notice
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Upon request and if agreed well in advance

Lifeguards. Multiple Locations

SkywheelLookingSouthMyrtle Beach, Maryland, New York.
$8+ hourly, 32-40 hours per week.
Housing provided at $100 per week.
Start: May’10 – June’10 /
End: August’30 – September’20.
COMPANY TYPE: Beach lifeguards
QUALIFICATIONS: Students need to be certified in lifeguarding. If not certified in Aquatics (Lifeguarding), will be certified here in US upon arrival. The cost of Certification is $ 150 and it’s valid for 2 years. Need to be able to pass 500 meter pool swim test in 10 minutes or less (in front crawl, flips turns allowed).
GENDER: any
NATIONALITY: any
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Advanced
WAGE: $450/week
END OF SEASON BONUS:
AVERAGE HOURS: 50 hours per week
OVERTIME: N/A
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 7 days per week, 2 days off
TRAINING: yes
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Avaialble
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Bus
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $200
ARRIVAL INFO: Employees must give a prior notice
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Upon request and if agreed well in advance

Lodge crew members. Riverdale, ND

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                    Work & Travel                                                      Internship                          
         Housekeeping, wait staff,                                      Hospitality / F&B
                    kitchen help    

May – September                                                        Year round

Pay rate:
W&T: $7.25-8+
tips for housekeepers and cooks, $6.25+tips for waitresses hourly, 32-40 hours per week.
Interns/trainees: $7,25 – $8
Housing is provided at $50 per week.
Start: May’10-25
End: September’10.
Housekeeping, waitress: females. Students will rotate, do work in all areas.
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be physically fit and have the ability to bend, stoop and lift. Must be reliable, and willing to work on weekends and holidays. Phone and/or Skype interview is required.
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Upper intermediate
WAGE: Cooks: $7.25-8 + tips
Waitress: $6.25 + tips
Housekeepers: $7.25 + tips
AVERAGE HOURS: 32-40 hours per week
OVERTIME: Possibly available
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: Monday through Sunday. Schedule will include one or two days off per week
TRAINING: Provided upon arrival
APPEARANCE POLICY: Uniforms will be provided
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: None provided
TYPE OF AREA: Mountains, valleys etc.
SECOND JOBS: Possible
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available                         RD3
PUBLIC TRANSPORT:  Available
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Upon request

 

Housekeeping. Missoula, MT

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JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May’15 September’15

LOCAL INFO: Missoula, often considered the cultural center of Montana, is the location of the state’s first university, and an eclectic mix of loggers, hippies, college students, sports fans, and retirees.Community events generally take place downtown either outdoors or in one of the several downtown buildings listed on the National Historic Registry.
JOB TITLE: Housekeeper
COMPANY TYPE: Hotel
QUALIFICATIONS: N/A.Preferably students able to travel alone, not in groups, as there are 2 hotels and groups will necessarily be separated.
GENDER: 4 boys, 4 girls for summer; 2 girls for winter
NATIONALITY: Any, but program dates should fit.
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational, interview required
WAGE:  $8.25 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32-40 hours per week
OVERTIME: Occasionally available
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Be-weekly (every 5th and 20th of each month)
WORK SCHEDULES: 5-6 days per week;
TRAINING: 2-3 days training provided
LOCATION: Missoula, MT
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Available
TRAVEL TO WORK: walking, biking
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $90.00 per week
HOUSING DEPOSIT: n/a
ARRIVAL INFO: Employees must give a prior notice
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Upon request and if agreed well in advance

Lifeguards. Washington, DC

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$7,5+ hourly, 32+ hours weekly.
Housing available at $75 weekly
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Start: May’20 — June’01
End: August’30 — September’10.

JOB TITLE: Lifeguard or Pool Attendant
COMPANY TYPE: Pool Management
QUALIFICATIONS, GENDER, NATIONALITY: Must be physically strong & have excellent swimming skills; be able to understand and follow instructions; must be dependable and energetic; both male and female
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $7.50 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32- 40 hours per week
OVERTIME: N/A
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 6 days per week; 6-8 hours per day (8:00 a.m. start)
TRAINING: 2-3 days training provided
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: no
UNIFORM: The required uniform consists of a swimsuit and t-shirt. The uniform is available through the employer for the cost of $ 63 to the student.
LOCATION: Washington, DC
WEBSITES:
SECOND JOBS: Possible
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: (None)
TRAVEL TO WORK: n/a
HOUSING: The employer assists in locating but does not provide.
HOUSING COSTS: n/a
HOUSING DEPOSIT: n/a

Sister Bay, WI. Ice cream scooper

LOCAL INFO: The Village of Sister Bay is a friendly, thriving community where residents and visitors alike enjoy the natural beauty of its surroundings enhanced by well-maintained parks and the natural environment. The unique charm of the Village’s waterfront, library and businesses are enjoyed and utilized by all. As Northern Door County’s year-round village, it balances the needs of a growing retirement community, while attracting and supporting its younger population with a viable economy. The Village has carefully controlled growth to maintain its charm, character and natural beauty.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May-June September

JOB TITLE: Ice cream scooper
COMPANY TYPE: Store
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English
DUTIES: The main duty is scooping ice cream, but the students would also learn how to bus tables, do dishes, make sandwiches and pizza.
GENDER: Female
NATIONALITY: Any
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $8.00 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32+ hours per week
OVERTIME: Available
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 4-6 days per week
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
LOCATION: Sister Bay, WI
SECOND JOBS: Possible
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Employees can use bicycles, which are provided, to get around.
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance.
HOUSING: Provided.
HOUSING COSTS: $10 per day
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $100, refundable
ARRIVAL INFO: Employees must give a prior notice
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance