Expand your Assistant Outlet Manager experience at this busy Boston airport hotel!
Bring your own business attire.
One employee meal is provided per shift.
You will earn up to 25 days of Personal Time off.
The hotel will provide up to 30 days of accommodations on-site for fee room and tax. All other expenses are your own responsibility.
The hotel will pay for your visa fee. The hotel will offer laundry for the 4 weeks in the hotel. Another nice benefit we offer is a free, monthly MBTA pass or a free parking spot.
For our outlets we have a grab and go operation, a breakfast restaurant, in-room dining, a restaurant/bar open for lunch and dinner. In addition, this person will have the opportunity to learn banquets & catering.
Boston is one of the oldest and most historical cities in the United States with something for everyone. Catch a game at famous Fenway Park, relive history at the Boston Tea Party Museum, or take a walk in one of the city's many parks to discover the uniquely Bostonian culture in and around the hotel.
Housing costs in downtown Boston can start at around $1,200 for a studio apartment. Shared housing can also be found which starts at around $800 per month.
Keep in mind without any credit in the USA you will need to pay the first and last month's rent as a deposit. Remember that housing costs can also be reduced if you are willing to live outside the city and take public transportation. 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 $2,500 as startup capital and to help secure housing.
The most affordable areas in Boston are the neighborhoods of Braintree, Quincy, Revere, Everett, Hyde Park, and Chelsea. Here are some resources to help find housing in Boston: apartment.com, bostonpads.com, zillow.com, forrent.com
The Liberty is located across the street from the Redline T. Boston offers public transportation, which can help with the location of housing. For more information, visit Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The average monthly ticket for public transportation is about $90.
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