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Kennebunkport, ME. Beach Attendants and Servers

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LOCAL INFO: Kennebunkport is truly a year-round vacation destination, with visitors enjoying lots of fun in every season. There is so much to do and see that visitors often come back throughout the year to enjoy every aspect that Kennebunkport has to offer. From gorgeous beaches and scenic lighthouses to boat tours and unique shopping boutiques, and the best restaurants in Southern Maine, there is something for everyone.

JOB START DATES:

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May-June September’15

JOB TITLE: Beach Attendants and Servers
COMPANY TYPE: Resort
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English
DUTIES:
Beach Attendants provide guests with chairs, towels, and umbrellas for their day at the beach. These individuals also maintain the cleanliness and safety of our beach. During lunch service, beach tenders act as servers/food runners offering non-alcoholic beverages and boxed lunches to our guests. Beach tenders must enjoy being outside on the beach during nice weather, exhibit strong communication skills and have a passion for the industry.
Breakfast servers: this position requires a focused, confident, well-spoken individual dedicated to guiding guests through their dining experience. Applicants must be comfortable offering suggestions and recommendations, must know how to prioritize, delegate and respond in a timely fashion, and be able to work autonomously in some cases. Firm knowledge of all menus is mandatory inclusive of wine and cocktail lists.
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Europe, South America and Asia
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $11.00 per hour for Beach Attendants
$7.00 per hour plus tips for Breakfast servers
$5.50 per hour plus tips for Lunch servers
AVERAGE HOURS: 32+ hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 4 – 6 days per week
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: Breakfast and Lunch
LOCATION: Kennebunkport, ME
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance.
HOUSING: Provided. Share room with two bunkbeds,  one bathroom, one TV, one small fridge, one microwave and a coffeemaker.
We will provide access to the pool and gym,  free fixed menu breakfast and lunch access to the employee cafeteria and food.
We will provide housing only if the student work for the hotel  in the event we terminate the employee either voluntary or involuntary   they housing contract will end the same week.
HOUSING COSTS: $105/weekly and is deducted from the paycheck.
HOUSING DEPOSIT: None.
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance

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Almont, CO. Ranch workers

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LOCAL INFO: Located between Gunnison and Crested Butte, where the tumbling waters of the Taylor and East rivers meet to form the Gunnison River, Almont is small-town Colorado at its best. Originally named Fishers for the first settler in the area, the town was renamed in 1881 to Almont, after a famous racehorse of the day.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May’15-25 September’1-15

JOB TITLE: Wranglers or those with horse experience, waitresses & waiters, store clerks, housekeeping, maintenance, cooks and kitchen help.
The employer will place each worker according to experience and needs of the ranch.
COMPANY TYPE: Ranch
QUALIFICATIONS: Speak, read and understand English
DUTIES:
Horse Wranglers: going on trail rides through the high rocky mountains
Kitchen Staff: Servers, chefs, dish cleaners, bartenders, and food runners
Housekeeping: We have 39 cabins on the resort property that need to be kept up with (including but not limited to: making beds, vacuuming, replacing linens, etc.)
Front Office: the office is the control room of the whole operation here. This job position includes but is not limited too: answering phones, booking reservations, customer service, greeting guests, communicating with all other departments, etc.
Maintenance: This department keeps everything running and maintained. Including: landscaping, small appliance repair, minor plumbing, small construction repairs, etc.
Fly Shop: This job requires knowledge and experience in fly fishing. The fly shop staff run the store as well as take guests on our guided fly fishing trips.
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Any nationality
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $1,000 per month plus tips
AVERAGE HOURS: 36 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 6 days per week, 6 hours per day
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: 3 meals each day
LOCATION: Almont, CO
WEBSITE: https://www.colorado.com/cities-and-towns/almont
SECOND JOBS: Possible
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: The capital of Colorado is Denver which is a 4 hour drive from the ranch.
HOUSING: Provided. Bunkhouses, 12 people per unit.
HOUSING COSTS: No cost.
HOUSING DEPOSIT: N/A
ARRIVAL INFO: The airport in Denver is called DIA, Denver International Airport, this is perhaps the best location for the people to arrive In to. Then a bus can bring the participants to Gunnison where we can then provide transportation to our ranch.
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance

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Big Flats, WI. Camping Park Workers

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LOCAL INFO: The Town of Big Flats is a valuable resources of woods, water, wildlife, and family traditions in harmony with the rural lifestyle. The unincorporated community of Big Flats is located near the geographic center of Wisconsin in northern Adams County on Highway 13 between Wisconsin Rapids and the villages of Adams and Friendship. The population was 1,018 at the 2010 census. Big Flats has three trout streams including the Big Roche-a-Cri Creek, three major rock formations including Rabbit Rock Park, and many ATV routes, snowmobile routes and hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May 15-25 September 5-15

Ideally we would like four to six students and our season lasts mid April – mid October.
JOB TITLE: Camping Park Workers
COMPANY TYPE: Camping Park
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English skills – at least an ‘8’
DUTIES: Housekeeping, amusement attendance, grounds keeping, and depending on English skills retail, and restaurant kitchen and serving
GENDER: Females
NATIONALITY: Philippines, Dominican Republic, Jamaica or similar culture
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: starting $8.50 per hour, time and a half for over-time
AVERAGE HOURS: 40-48 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 5 – 6 days per week
TRAINING: Constant ongoing training
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: All employees receive a 25% food discount from our clubhouse
LOCATION: Arkdale, WI
WEBSITES: http://www.bigflatswi.com/
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: 10 minute drive
HOUSING: Provided. New cabin for six people with a full kitchen and bath
HOUSING COSTS: $25/week for each student, deducted from their paycheck
HOUSING DEPOSIT: N/A
ADDITIONAL INFO: We provide a personal driver to take the students out for entertainment and necessities. Last year the students went kayaking, visited state parks, the Dells, Madison State Capitol, MOA, House on the Rock, Amish Farms, etc.
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance

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Saint Ignace, MI. Housekeeping, laundry and breakfast attendants

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LOCAL INFO: St. Ignace is the “Homeport to the Upper Peninsula”, where the great waters of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan meet. Enjoy an area filled with green forests, blue waters, sand dunes and incredible places of discovery. Come and savor a slower, simpler lifestyle where people know each other’s names and would like to share their community and their area history with you.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May’15-25 September’1-7

JOB TITLE: Housekeeping/laundry and breakfast room attendants positions
COMPANY TYPE: Hotel
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English skills
DUTIES:
Housekeeping: Involves cleaning guest rooms; turning down beds; and cleaning public areas of hotel.      
Breakfast Attendant: Involves preparing and setting up the entire breakfast area daily prior to start; during breakfast, keeping all breakfast items replenished; and following breakfast, cleaning all public spaces in and around the breakfast area.  
Laundry:  Regular
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Jamaica and Kazakhstan are preferable
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $10.75 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 40-48 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 5 – 6 days per week
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
LOCATION: Saint Ignace, MI
WEBSITES: http://www.cityofstignace.com/
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: 10 minutes walk
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $80 per week and is inclusive of all utilities including internet
HOUSING DEPOSIT: None
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance

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St. Ignace, MI. Summer positions


LOCAL INFO:St. Ignace offers pristine beaches, boating, water filled activities, golfing, shopping, fishing, skiing, history, entertainment, Little Bear East Arena and more!  Take part in our many events such as the annual Motorized Vehicle Shows, Downtown Wine and Beer Tastings, Historic Walking Tours, Bayside Live FREE Waterfront Entertainment, Vesper Cruises, Saturday Night FireWorks (July through September), Sunset Boat Cruises,  St. Ignace Fish Feast and Mackinac Bridge Celebrations, ferry rides to Mackinac Island, and much more.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
June’01 September’20

JOB TITLE: Housekeepers, Breakfast attendants and Front Desk staff
COMPANY TYPE: Hotel
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English
GENDER: Any
NATIONALITY: Any
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Upper-intermediate
WAGE: $10-$13 hourly depending on position
AVERAGE HOURS: 40 hours per week can be offered
OVERTIME: Available
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: St. Ignace, MI
WEBSITES: http://www.cityofstignace.com/
SECOND JOBS: Yes, students can and often do have second jobs
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance, There is a trolley in town that will take them anywhere students want to go
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $50/week
HOUSING DEPOSIT: TBD
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Maybe

 

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Cooper Landing, AK. Summer jobs

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LOCAL INFO: Cooper Landing is the heart of the Kenai Peninsula, both literally and figuratively: Located in the middle of the peninsula, the small town also sits at the intersection of the Kenai and Russian Rivers, which makes it an especially fertile fishing spot.  World class Rainbow fishing is readily available and the salmon that make it all the way to Kenai Lake are still full of fight.

Also, especially given its small size, it packs in a lot of the great recreation options that the Peninsula is known for: rafting, hiking, biking, and even stand up paddleboarding.
JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May’10-22 September’5-10

JOB TITLE: store clerk
DUTIES:
FOOD PREP/DISHWASHER (no need more)
-Prepare food as needed, including but not limited to: waffle cones, pancakes, waffles,
dipping sauces, and meat portioning, egg preparation.
-Prepare fried foods and be responsible for keeping product available in hot cases.
-Be responsible for keeping food areas stocked, and product rotation.
-Be responsible for keeping all food areas organized and clean.
– Help keep all coolers/freezers organized and clean.
-Help put away product as it is delivered.
-Wash all dishes as needed.
-Do any additional janitorial work as needed.
MERCHANDISER/LAUNDRY (1 needed)
-Responsible for keeping coolers and shelves stocked with product.
-Insure shelves and stock are priced and kept clean, well marked.
-Make coffee, stock and clean coffee area as needed.
-Clean and stock food and seating areas as needed.
-Put away product as it is delivered.
-Keep stock room and cleaning closet clean and organized.
-Do laundry as needed.
-Keep showers/bathrooms clean and stocked
Sales clerk (2 needed) 
-Wait on customers, run cash registers, make change, answer phone calls and take
messages.
-Set up taxi and shuttle trips.
-Take RV space rentals and reservations.
-Stock shelves, coolers and freezers.
-Clean the store per cleaning schedule provided by management.
-Pump propane and pick up trash outside.
-Sell alcohol and tobacco in accordance to all state laws
COMPANY TYPE: Store
QUALIFICATIONS: strong English skills for sales clerks and handling American Money. , students must be 21 years old
GENDER: 2 of the same sex
NATIONALITY: Any who can stay  until after Labor Day
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Upper-intermediate
WAGE: $12 per hour
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: a 50% discount on a meal during working hours
LOCATION: Cooper Landing, AK
WEBSITES: http://www.alaska.org/destination/cooper-landing/things-to-do
SECOND JOBS: Maybe
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance.
HOUSING: Provided.
HOUSING COSTS: there are 4 units single occupancy $300.00 per month. 4 units share which would be $200 per month for each person or if individual $400.00 per month.
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $200.00 for the unit – if shared $100.00 each.
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required.
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: pick up at the airport and take students back when they leave.

 

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Wall, SD. Maintenance (cleaning), retail and café positions

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LOCAL INFO: Wall is home to 800 residents who experience small town, rural living with endless possibilities. Residents enjoy being surrounded by a rich agricultural community, exceptional school system, the famous Wall Drug Store, expansive prairies of the Buffalo Gap National Grassland, and breathtaking views of the Badlands National Park, for which Wall was named as the “wall” of the Badlands.

JOB START DATES:

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May 1 – June 30 August 31 – September 30

JOB TITLE: Maintenance (cleaning), retail and café positions
COMPANY TYPE: Roadside Attraction
QUALIFICATIONS: Good English skills
DUTIES:
Maintenance (cleaning): keeping the premises clean, cleaning restrooms, dining rooms, etc., unloading trucks and transporting the freight to the appropriate areas. They must also provide excellent customer service.
Retail positions must facilitate sales, keep the department clean they are working in and provide excellent customer service.
In the café the employees must prepare food for the customers, meet and greet the customers, provide direction to the customers regarding the process for ordering, facilitate sales, etc. They must also provide excellent customer service.
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Not Jamaica and Slovakia for national diversity
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $10.25 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 40-48 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 5 – 6 days per week
TRAINING: Constant ongoing training
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: N/A
LOCATION: Wall, SD
WEBSITES: https://www.wallsd.us/
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: 10 minutes walk
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $40.00 per week
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $100 deposit due upon arrival. The participants receive their deposit back at the end of the season if they leave their dorm in the same clean condition it was when they arrived.
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP:  Upon request and if agreed well in advance

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Brooklyn, NY. Cooks in Fast Food Restaurant

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LOCAL INFO: Brooklyn offers attractions for every type of traveler. Want to be on the cutting edge? Head for Williamsburg, where you can hear live music every night and shop for vintage threads. If you want to root for the home team, there’s pro hockey and basketball at Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn. Traveling with kids? Prospect Park and the stroller-filled sidewalks of Park Slope beckon, as does the area’s restaurant scene. And since the best things in life are free, consider a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge or along the scenic Brooklyn Heights promenade.

JOB START DATES:

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May 15 September 7

JOB TITLE: Line Cooks and Kitchen/Food Preparation
COMPANY TYPE: Fast food restaurant
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to effectively communicate with customers and coworkers; must be dependable, hardworking, and energetic
DUTIES:
Line Cook:
– Expeditiously and accurately prepare, cook and serve food according to the specifications and procedures.
– Master the skill of working from order screens. Keep up with demand.
– The holding of food must align with the demand. Food products that exceed holding times must be discarded.
– Provide sales associates with all products needed.
– Make sure food assembly areas are well stocked and clean at all times
– Identify any equipment that is not working correctly and notify manager immediately.
– Be knowledgeable in cooking procedures, equipment and product specifications manual, as well as health and hygiene regulations.
– Proper use of cooking equipment is essential.
Kitchen/Food Preparation: Knowledgeable in food preparation procedures, temperature requirements, and equipment as per specification manual.
– Maintain procedure for storage and usage using day dot method.
– Ability to wash, cut, chop and package meat, fish, vegetables and condiments. (Cannot be allergic to seafood.)
– Knowledge of workplace safety and sanitation. Possess knowledge of how to use kitchen tools properly such as knives, slicers, and choppers.
– Inform managers when equipment is not working properly and food does not appear to be fresh
– Confirm with manager how much product is to be produced before you begin production.
– Maintain the cleanliness of the kitchen/area at all times using the correct cleaning and sanitizing chemicals and the proper use of the three compartment sink.
– Manage distribution of food and supplies from refrigeration and storage areas to front line.
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Jamaica only
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Conversational
WAGE: $15.00 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32+ hours per week
OVERTIME: Occasionally
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 4-6 days per week, 6 – 8 hours per day
TRAINING: Provided
APPEARANCE POLICY: Employees need black dress pants, no jeans, corduroy or cargo pants. Black skid resistant shoes, no opened toe shoes or clogs. Black socks. Nathan’s will provide uniformed shirts and hats. Employees must shower daily, use deodorant, not wear unwashed clothing and must wash hands frequently. Men must be clean-shaven, neatly trimmed mustaches are allowed. Hair must be tied back or up and shirt must be tucked in. No facial piercing or tongue piercing.
SICK/VACATION DAYS: Sick time as per NYC Law and regulations/ No Vacation time
MEAL CONDITIONS: 1 free meal per shift
LOCATION: Brooklyn, NY
WEBSITES: http://www.brooklyn-usa.org/
SECOND JOBS: May be available
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Local cafes
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Subway
TRAVEL TO WORK: Subway/Bus
HOUSING: Not provided
HOUSING COSTS: N/A
HOUSING DEPOSIT: N/A
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required. AIRPORT: JFK, LGA, EWR
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: No

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Cody, WY. Housekeeping

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LOCAL INFO: Incorporated in 1901, Cody, Wyoming is located 52 miles from Yellowstone National Park’s east entrance. Cody was founded in 1896 by Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, who passed through the region in the 1870s. He was so impressed by the development possibilities of irrigation, rich soil, grand scenery, hunting, and proximity to Yellowstone National Park that he returned in the mid-1890s to start a town. He brought with him men whose names still adorn street signs in Cody’s downtown area: Beck, Alger, Rumsey, Bleistein, and Salsbury. Served by Yellowstone Regional Airport, Cody is a thriving community focused on serving the needs of the stable population base as well as the hundreds of thousands of annual visitors who travel from around the world to experience the beauty and culture of this mountainous area.

JOB START DATES:

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May’15 September’15

JOB TITLE: Housekeeping
COMPANY TYPE: Motel
QUALIFICATIONS: No specific requirements
DUTIES: Clean rooms, vacuum, dusting furniture, clean bathroom.
GENDER: Both females and males are accepted
NATIONALITY: Any with appropriate dates
WAGE: $9.00 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 32-35 hours per week
OVERTIME: Available on occasion
FREQUENCY OF PAY: Bi-weekly
WORK SCHEDULES: 4-6 days per week
TRAINING: On the job
SICK/VACATION DAYS: None paid
MEAL CONDITIONS: None
LOCATION: Cody, WY
WEBSITE: https://www.travelwyoming.com/cities/cody
SECOND JOBS: Possible
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: 10 minutes walk
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $50.00 per student per week
HOUSING DEPOSIT: None
ARRIVAL INFO: N/A
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Upon request

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Kennebunkport, ME. Seasonal kitchen cooks

 


LOCAL INFO: Kennebunkport is truly a year-round vacation destination, with visitors enjoying lots of fun in every season. There is so much to do and see that visitors often come back throughout the year to enjoy every aspect that Kennebunkport has to offer. From gorgeous beaches and scenic lighthouses to boat tours and unique shopping boutiques, and the best restaurants in Southern Maine, there is something for everyone.

JOB START DATES:

Start dates End dates
May September

JOB TITLE: 5-8 Kitchen Cooks
COMPANY TYPE: Seafood restaurant
QUALIFICATIONS: 6 months of real restaurant kitchen work experience
GENDER: Any
NATIONALITY: Any  
MINIMUM ENGLISH: Upper-intermediate
WAGE: $11 per hour
AVERAGE HOURS: 40-50 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: Kennebunkport, ME
WEBSITES:
SECOND JOBS: N/A
INTERNET AVAILABILITY: Available
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: N/A
TRAVEL TO WORK: Walking distance
DISTANCE FROM SHOPPING CENTER: Walking distance
HOUSING: Provided
HOUSING COSTS: $75/week all in
HOUSING DEPOSIT: $100 non refundable Housing deposit
ARRIVAL INFO: Prior notice required
EMPLOYER PICK-UP: Prior notice required