Legendary Washington DC hotel seeks a talented Receptionist!
Salary: $15 per hour based on 40 hours a week.
Uniform will be provided for Front Desk candidates, Housekeeping will need to bring their own. Please refer to the formal dress code that is provided with this offer.
Complimentary meals are provided.
Candidates will accrue PTO (Paid Time Off). After 90 days you will be able to accrue 16 PTO hours to expire December 31st, sick time is accrued 1 hour per 37 hours worked this means up to seven days per year and vacation time is a maximum of 80 hours per year.
Transportation by the hotel will not be provided for airport pick up, It is recommend that the candidate can land at DCA which is closer to the hotel and city, but Dulles has all international flights and very good transportation as well.
7 days housing on site is offered by the host company depending on occupancy. Please reach out to your contacts or HR BEFORE booking your flight so they may make sure there is a room available. If you fail to reach out to the hotel before booking your flight, it is the candidate's responsibility to find their own temporary housing in their first week. After the 7 days it is the candidate's responsibilities to find permanent housing for the rest of the program.
The D.C. area is home to a tremendous number of cultural activities to do, especially with regards to history, both nationally and worldwide! World famous for its historical monuments and cultural landmarks, there are very few cities in The United States that compare in terms of the number of iconic places to see! Just a handful of some of these places include The Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial, The White House, The Library of Congress, The Capitol Building, The Jefferson Memorial, The Smithsonian, and The National Gallery of Art. For a more comprehensive list of places to visit, with links to their websites, see the list of links in the “Local attractions” section of this document.
Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/local/iconic-watergate-hotel-looks-to-reinvent-itself/2017/12/05/28366012-d953-11e7-a241-0848315642d0_video.html?utm_term=.68a99294639b
Depending on the location of your housing, a car may not be necessary while living in D.C. The D.C. metro access across the D.C. area is quite convenient making travel around the city fairly easy. It is recommended that you get metro passes as soon as you can once in D.C. Also, it is important to note that the D.C. metro uses a sliding scale system regarding the cost of their metro, meaning that the further you travel on the metro the more expensive the trip will be. That means it is especially important to consider the location of your housing compared to where the hotel is.
Housing in Washington, D.C. can be rented monthly for reasonable rates, and can be as low as $800 if shared with another individual. However, this is all dependent on the area in which the candidate decides to live. It is recommended that candidates prepare to bring around $2500 with them to help set them up once they arrive in D.C. Below are a number of housing options in the area. Below are a number of helpful links that should help kick off their search for housing!
Being located just at the most southern point of what is considered the American Northeastern region, D.C. has warm summers with often cold winters. The summer average temperatures comes out to 80°F (26.6°C) and the winter average is a cool 38°F (3°C). Being located as north as it is, snow fall is also a concern, with the city getting an average 15.5 inches (39 cm) per year. Aside from snow, it also rains frequently in D.C., with an average annual rainfall rate of 40.78 inches (103.6 cm) per year.
Lincoln memorial: https://www.nps.gov/linc/index.htm
The White House: https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/the-white-house/
The Washington Monument: https://www.nps.gov/wamo/index.htm
The Jefferson Memorial: https://www.nps.gov/thje/index.htm
The Capital Building: https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/
The Smithsonian Air and Space Museum: https://airandspace.si.edu/
The Smithsonian: https://www.si.edu/
The Library of Congress: https://www.loc.gov/
The National Gallery of Art: https://www.nga.gov/
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