4* Luxury Miami Hotel Seeks Housekeeping Supervisor!
This amazing 4* luxury Miami Hotel seeks an enthusiastic Rooms Candidate! Rotate through Front Desk Rooms Controller Agent, Front Desk Agent, and Housekeeping Supervisor!
While training as a Rooms candidate you can also take in the sights on your days off! Beyond the radiant sun, surf, and sand, discover Miami Beach's rich history as an entertainment and cultural destination. Visit Little Havana for all of the Cuban Flavors it provides or check out the nightlife of South Beach!
Uniform will be provided for most positions.
Please bring your own suits for your Supervisor rotation.
There is a break room provided for staff, but no meals are provided. You can bring your own meal.
You will earn PTO time during your training. Please review your employee handbook for further details.
Host company will be able to assist the J1's in providing them to stay at the hotel for 2 weeks, up to 4 weeks while they are searching for housing based on occupancy. Please reach out to your Host company/ HR BEFORE booking your flight. Host company asks for them to get a head start researching housing before their arrival as well so that way if they can find housing before the two weeks end. All other charges are your own responsibility.
Airport pick up is provided.
*3 months of supervisory experience included!*
Known as the cultural, economic, and financial hub of southern Florida, Miami is the second-largest city in Florida as well by population. 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, please see here for the places to visit.
Transportation: You can get around Miami using the metro-rail system or the public buses. It is also durable to 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 searching before arrival. To cut down on costs, we also recommend sharing an apartment with another J1/local. Please note, that without established credit, your first and last month’s rent may be required as a deposit. HRC recommends you have $2,000+ as startup capital to help secure housing. Please see apartment.com, zillow.com, hotpads.com, apartmentguide.com, forrent.com, trulia.com, netspick.com
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