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No staff meal is offered.
You will need to bring your own slacks and long sleeve shirt with non-slip shoes.
PTO policy is 24 hours of sick/personal per year, 40 hours vacation accrual per year, and 6 holidays per year.
The hotel will reimburse Uber from MIA to the Hotel upon arrival.
The staff housing (click to see more) is a 1 bedroom apartment with a kitchen, bathroom, and living room. The apartment is fully furnished. If you want to live on your own the cost of rent is $1600. If you want to do a shared apartment, the queen bed is removed and twin beds are added, the monthly cost will then be $800 per month. The room includes water, electricity, cable, and internet. This will be payroll deducted per pay period.
Description: Known as the cultural, economic, and financial hub of southern Florida, Miami is the second-largest city in Florida as well by population. It is one of the most densely populated city’s in America as well with the 400,000-person population fitting into a 36 square mile, or 93 square kilometers, area. That being said, however, all of the Miami-Dade County areas have over 2 million residents. Though you’ll find many houses and smaller buildings in Miami that reflect the city’s classic art deco style, calling back to an earlier point in the city’s history, the Miami of today is a thoroughly modern city. With one of the most active ports in America, and possibly the world, Port Miami represents the extreme diversity that the city holds. Acting as an Americanized taste of Hispanic, especially Cuban, culture, Miami is a city without comparison in The United States.
The fantastic year-round climate that Miami has makes it an extremely popular destination for tourists seeking cultural experiences, like the Perez Art Museum, or more relaxing attractions like the tremendous South Beach area. For the shopper in all of us stands the inviting Bayside Marketplace area as well as The Shops at Midtown Miami! For a more comprehensive list of places to see and visit during your time in Miami, feel free to look over Bayfront Park, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Zoo Miami, Wynwood Walls, Miami Design District or The Venetian Pool in Coral Gables.
Transportation: You can get around Miami using the metro-rail system or the public buses as well. While you can definitely walk around certain parts of the city, especially downtown, traveling any large distances might be challenging without a car. While you don’t have to have one to live in Miami, it would be helpful to have one.
Housing: Rent in Miami is very expensive with a one-bedroom, unfurnished apartment starting at around $1,500 per month. Rent prices increase the closer to the beach and city center you get, so HRC recommends you begin your housing search before your arrival. Below is a list of helpful websites that could help expedite your housing search! To cut down on costs, we also recommend sharing an apartment with another J1 or local American.
Please note, that without established credit, your first and last month’s rent may be required as a deposit. HRC recommends you arrive with at least $2,000 as startup capital and to help secure housing. Please see apartment.com, zillow.com, hotpads.com, apartmentguide.com, forrent.com, trulia.com, netspick.com
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