Train in Food and Beverage at this 5 star Hotel!
Lively Historic setting meets luxury and quality hospitality at this fantastic property!. Candidate will rotate through server, host and a skilled supervisor positions!
Visit Historic homes such as The Nathaniel Russell House, Drayton Hall and Magnolia Plantation & Gardens are just a few examples. And if you want to pick up a few travel souvenirs – perhaps a sweetgrass basket – look no further than the Charleston City Market. There are even a few beaches in close proximity – Folly Beach and Isle of Palms, among others – ideal for warm-weather swimming and cold-weather strolling
A complimentary uniform is offered.
The hotel has a break room and a discounted meal program for the employees.
The hotel will offer 2 weeks of complimentary housing upon arrival .
Rate of pay: Barista $8 hour, Host $12 hour, Server $3.50 - $6 hour and Supervisor $17 - $22 hour.
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 $15 per hour.
Housing: Housing options in Charleston are extremely varied, depending on where the candidate would like to live. Apartments outside of downtown can be as cheap as $900 per month for a one bedroom apartment, but in downtown, the average price of a one bedroom apartment downtown is around $1500 per month. It is recommend that candidates bring around $2500 for start up money, because since they do not have credit here in America, candidates will likely have to pay for their first and last months’ rent up front, plus a security deposit of likely a few hundred dollars. Below are a list of links to start your housing search in the area!
Transportation: Charleston is a very friendly city for those who prefer to walk, with plenty of sidewalks all around the city. Charleston also has plentiful bike trails as well. That being said, if you prefer mass transportation instead, Charleston does have a mass transit system in the form of “Low Country Rapid Transit” which is a bus system that goes all around the city. For specific information about getting around Charleston via mass transit, please see the below link. If you plan to travel around the region outside of Charleston, then you may wish to purchase a used vehicle. The average used car will cost you around $400 months, plus around $100 for car insurance.
Climate: South Carolina has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and mild winters. On average, between 40 inches (1,000 mm) and 80 inches (2,000 mm) of precipitation falls annually across the state. Tornadoes are very uncommon in the summer unless a tropical cyclone is present. Charleston is located directly on the South Carolina coast, as well, making the city very active in the summer time.
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