Advance your culinary career at this 4* Southern hotel!
Advance your culinary career at this 4 star Southern hotel! Great city for housing and you can either walk or bike to and from the hotel!
Rate of pay: $18.00 per hour
The culinary cooks will receive an extra $160/month from a service charge.
You will need to bring your own knives and non-slip shoes.
The candidate should fly into Charleston, SC airport and can uber to the hotel. The host company will reimburse them for the uber ride.
Host Company can provide 10 days of room and tax on property and can extend if needed.
There is public transportation but biking is also easy in downtown Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina is a historic and beautiful destination with countless national parks and forest dotting the area, any lover of the natural world would find themselves right at home here. That being said, Charleston is a worldly city in its own right as well. With a population of 100 thousand and rising, Charleston is becoming an extremely diverse city with a rich history in the region. Famous for blues and “low country” style, South Carolina is a fabulous destination for any candidate wanting to experience true southern culture with the backdrop of a seaside city. For specific activities to experience in the area please see the list of activities in the “local attractions” section.
Housing options in Charleston are extremely varied, depending on where the candidate would like to live. Apartments outside of downtown can be as cheap as $900 per month for a one-bedroom apartment, but downtown, the average price of a one-bedroom apartment downtown is around $1500 per month. It is recommended that candidates bring around $2500 for startup money because since they do not have the credit here in America, candidates will likely have to pay for their first and last months’ rent upfront, plus a security deposit of likely a few hundred dollars. Below is a list of links to start your housing search in the area!
The Jasper Apartments http://www.jaspercharleston.com/
Cornerstone at King Apartment Homes http://www.cornerstoneatking.com/
61 Vandy https://www.61vandy.com/
Sterling Campus Center Apartments https://www.sterlinghousing.com/charleston-sc/sterling-campus-center/?utm_source=local&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=gmb
Charleston is a very friendly city for those who prefer to walk, with plenty of sidewalks all around the city. Charleston also has plentiful bike trails as well. That being said, if you prefer mass transportation instead, Charleston does have a mass transit system in the form of “Low Country Rapid Transit” which is a bus system that goes all around the city. For specific information about getting around Charleston via mass transit, please see the below link. If you plan to travel around the region outside of Charleston, then you may wish to purchase a used vehicle. The average used car will cost you around $400 months, plus around $100 for car insurance.
Fort Sumter National Monument http://www.nps.gov/
Pineapple Fountain http://www.charlestonparksconservancy.org/our_parks/view_park/waterfront_park/ Aiken-Rhett House Museum https://www.historiccharleston.org/house-museums/aiken-rhett-house/
Other things to do:
South Carolina has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and mild winters. On average, between 40 inches (1,000 mm) and 80 inches (2,000 mm) of precipitation falls annually across the state. Tornadoes are very uncommon in the summer unless a tropical cyclone is present. Charleston is located directly on the South Carolina coast, as well, making the city very active in the summertime.
|Garde Manger||Cook/demi chef||2 Months|
|Entremetier||Cook/demi chef||3 Months|
|Meat/Grill station (hot line)||Cook/demi chef||3 Months|
|Restaurant||Supervisor / Chef de partie||3 Months|