Upscale DC Hotel seeking culinary talent!
Upscale DC Hotel seeking culinary talent! Rotate through Banquets and Restaurant areas, and become a chef de partie!
When not training, enjoy the beautiful sights of DC with the many free museums, food and wine tours, and soak up the DC history and culture! This upscale hotel is a 12-minute walk from Farragut West metro station, and 1 mile from both the landmark Lincoln Memorial and The White House.
Rate of pay: $19.00- & $21.50 as a Speciality cook
Free uniform and meal provided. In F&B please bring your own jeans or khakis and shirts. To be discussed at interview time. In the Rooms training, a uniform is provided. As a culinary trainee, please bring your own knives.
Housing will be offered for the first 14 days of training based on occupancy if not at this hotel or another sister hotel at no cost for room and tax.
From the airport you can take uber, taxi or the metro to get to the hotel.
Housing: Washington DC Metro area, and the surrounding areas like Alexandria and Arlington, is expensive. A 1-bedroom apartment can start around $1,800+ per month, unfurnished.
HRC places over 30 J1's in D.C. every year so there are plenty of other J1's to help you get settled in the area!
We recommend that you consider rooming with another J-1 or local share the cost of the living. The metro is very reliable, which allows the option to live outside the city where the cost of living will be a bit less expensive.
One of our most recent J-1 candidate has rented a room at the 'The Connecticut House', contact information is listed below:
- Beverly Bragg
The Connecticut House
4500 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite #714
Washington, DC 20008
Here are more options for you to choose!
- Georgetown University
- 2400 M Apartments
- Jefferson House Condominium
- Kenner Management Properties- M Street Towers
- Kew Gardens- Bernstein
- Apartment List
- We Live
The metro is very reliable, which allows the option to live outside the city where the cost of living will be a bit less expensive. Visit WMATA and goDCgo to explore all of the sustainable transportation options! https://godcgo.com/ https://www.wmata.com/fares/smartrip/#main-content
Washington winters are usually chilly with light snow, and summers are hot and humid. Spring and fall are mild to warm, while winter is chilly with annual snowfall averaging 15.5 inches (39 cm). Winter temperatures average around 38 °F (3.3 °C) from mid-December to mid-February. Precipitation occurs throughout the year.
Travelers, rejoice: There’s no shortage of things to do in Washington, D.C. World-class restaurants, concert venues, theaters, (free) museums and more make the nation’s capital a playground for history buffs, food lovers, culture vultures, concert-goers, and naturalists alike. Go for a walk and see what you find; a new adventure is just around the bend.
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