Join this electric Dream Hotel to rotate throughout Host, Server and Supervisor!
Rate of pay:
Host $11.00 per hour plus tips. You can expect up to $15.00 per hour including tips.
Server $4.00 plus hour per tips
It is customary in the
Supervisor $18.00 per hour, no tips.
The uniform varies per role, the only item provided is an apron. Bring your own black nonslip shoes.
The hotel has a break room for you to bring your own meals in to eat on your break or there is a family meal provided every day for lunch and dinner
The hotel will provide you with up to 14 days of on-site accommodations at no cost to you. Possibility of airport pickups – there is a house car. HR will let each candidate know on an individual basis. Please reach out to HR BEFORE booking a flight to confirm.
Known as the Country Music Capital of the World Nashville, Tennessee is a metropolis filled with music, food, drinks, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Nashville is home to the Grand Ole Opry and has roots running deep in the music industry both in the US and worldwide. Along with music, Nashville is also known for its welcoming and eclectic vibes with endless opportunities for good food, good drinks, and good company. A stay in Music City is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience!
Housing in Nashville can be scarce around Vanderbilt because of location, which is why HRC recommends that you begin searching prior to your arrival. Housing costs in downtown Nashville range from $1,000-$2,000 month for a for a one-bedroom apartment, or shared would be $800 or more. Please check apartment, apratment finder, zillow or forrent websites.
The most affordable areas in Nashville are in the neighborhoods of Hillsboro Village, 12 South and Sylvan Park. Ask your colleagues if they recommend any neighborhoods as well. Here are some resources to help find housing in Nashville! Please note, without established credit your first and last month’s rent may be required as a deposit. HRC recommends you arrive with at least $3,000 as startup capital and to help secure housing.
There is a bus service within the city limits if you live in downtown Nashville. However, if you plan on traveling outside the city suggest you purchase a car or bike to get around. Within the city buses are available for transportation and monthly passes can be purchased for $65. The Music City Star train line can also be used if living outside the city with a monthly train pass costing between $67.25 and $176.50 depending on the length of the ride. Rideshares and taxi services are also available throughout the city.
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