Pastry Cook wanted at upscale Patisserie in San Francisco!
Opened in 2019, One65 by Chef/Owner Chef Claude de Tohic a French chef and restaurateur who earned a three Michelin star rating in Las Vegas for his work at Joël Robuchon, in the MGM Grand Hotel. The six-story multi-concept culinary destination in San Francisco's Union Square will be a great stepping stone for your pastry career with the guidance and training under Chef de Tohic.
One staff meal per day is offered.
Please bring your own knives and non-slip shoes.
You will need to secure housing upon your arrival. Airport pick up is not provided.
The visa fee will be paid by the candidate.
San Francisco is very expensive and it is recommended that you start reviewing housing in the area prior to your arrival. The average one-bedroom apartment starts around $3,000 per month, unfurnished, not including utilities.
Keep in mind without any credit it the USA you will need to pay first and last month rent as a deposit. It is advised as a J-1 exchange visitor that you look into options of sharing housing with other locals and/or J-1 exchange visitors.
By doing so, you can reduce the costs per month to around $1,500; however, the costs can also be reduced if you are willing to live outside the city and take public transportation. Below are some resources regarding housing in the area.
Visit SFMTA and San Francisco Transportation! https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around-san-francisco
San Francisco's climate is characteristic of the cool-summer Mediterranean climate of California's coast, with moist mild winters and dry summers. Temperatures reach or exceed 80 °F (27 °C) on an average of only 21 and 23 days a year at downtown and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), respectively. The dry period of May to October is mild to warm, with the normal monthly mean temperature peaking in September at 62.7 °F (17.1 °C). The rainy period of November to April is slightly cooler, with the normal monthly mean temperature reaching its lowest in January at 51.3 °F (10.7 °C).
What to Wear in San Francisco;
You know how to match temperature to your wardrobe selection, so this list focuses more on style and practical considerations you might not think of.
• Casual clothing is fine most of the time in San Francisco, even in some of the nicer restaurants.
• A few restaurants may have dress codes. If you're thinking high-end eating, check ahead.
• You may also want to get a little dressed up if you plan to go to a theater performance.
• San Francisco is full of microclimates and the temperature can change a lot in a single day. Whether or not it's fashionable, planning your wardrobe with lots of layers is a good way to go.
• Summer fog in San Francisco is colder than you can imagine. May through July, pack all the layers you think you'll need, then pack one more. Or be prepared to make an emergency sweatshirt purchase.
• Good walking shoes are a must, with all those hills you may want to walk up and down.
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