Seeking talented Food and Beverage Supervisor for oceanfront Hilton!

Detailed description

Gain hands on working experience in food and beverage at this international chain ocean front hotel in Fort Lauderdale is looking for a dedicated person who is passionate about providing excellent guest service skills. Located in a great town where you can bike to and from the hotel, visit the beach, museums, and many more activities on your days off! Apply today to get the opportunity to meet the General Manager is an Alumni of HRC International.
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Placement Remarks

Your rate of pay as a Host and Barista will be $10.00 per hour. As a server your wage per hour will be $6.00 plus gratuities. As a Supervisor your rate of pay will be $14.00

It is customary in the US to work in “gratuity” positions. In these positions, you will receive a base hourly salary plus gratuity (tips). While the amount of a gratuity is ultimately at the discretion of the guest, the customary tip is 15-20% of the total bill before tax. Based on history, you may expect to earn around $24.00 per hour”.

A uniform will be provided.

Discounted meals offered for your break. Due to COVID the hotel is not offering free meals at this time, this is subject to change.

The hotel will offer up to 14 days of complimentary accommodations upon your arrival. Please reach out to the DHR before you book your flight.

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$14.00 - 24.00
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Local info

Incorporated in 1911 Fort Lauderdale is one of the largest cities in Florida situated on the southeast coast of the state. Fort Lauderdale has become a destination for business and travel with it’s beautiful beaches, historic areas, fashion district, and cultural attractions. Fort Lauderdale is the perfect place to train and begin your career while exploring all that South Florida has to offer.


Housing in Fort Lauderdale can be expensive with a one bedroom apartment downtown starting around $1,700. Apartments will can cost more or less depending on proximity to downtown. Please note, without established credit a deposit of first and last month’s rent may be required. HRC recommends you begin looking for housing as soon as you are able and bring at least $3,500 to help secure housing.

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Fort Lauderdale has several public transit options including buses, trains, carpools, taxis, and bike rentals. Fares vary depending on which service you use but you can expect to spend approximately $70 on Broward County Transit for a monthly pass. If living downtown, a community shuttle called the Sun Trolley is available free of charge.


Fort Lauderdale has a tropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. June-September are the hottest months with temperature reaching 90F (32C) while December-February are the coldest with temperatures closer to 60F (16C). Fort Lauderdale also has a fair share of rain especially during hurricane season (June-November) when tropical storms are likely.

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Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
Fort Lauderdale, FL
December 6, 2021
Food and Beverage - Waiter / Waitress
14.00 per hour
Once you click the apply button, one of our wonderful career consultants will be notified of your interest in this position and will get back to you within two business days. When you qualify for the placement, the next step will be an introductory call to see if we can meet your expectations.
Job Rotations
Department Position Duration
Orientation Orientation 1 Months
Restaurant Host/ Greeter 1 Months
Restaurant Barista 1 Months
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