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Start Date: May 1st, 2019/ End Date: October 15, 2019
The Manisses Restaurant seeks full-time, Servers, Server Assistants and Bartenders with a passion for creating memorable hospitality experiences to join our team!
You must have a great work ethic, professional presentation, and good communication skills. Experience in a fine-dining or high-volume restaurant, resort, or private club preferred. On-the-job training is provided. The employer will also provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job. Wage: Tipped position with guaranteed wage per hour, paid weekly. Employer will guarantee wage in any given workweek when total compensation (including tips) does not meet prevailing wage rate or overtime wage rate. All deductions from…Continue
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Block Island business owners will start recruiting for summer jobs in early 2019. Block Island jobseekers need to remember this: Just because these positions are temporary (Typically from Memorial Day to Labor Day) doesn’t mean the interview will be easy. Island Hiring managers are as hard on prospective summer employees as they are on those interviewing for permanent roles. To improve your chance of getting hired, prepare answers for these common Block Island summer job questions.
‘This job will only last 12 weeks. Why are you interested?’
Some Block Island employers will want to know how you feel about working a job you know doesn’t likely have a future beyond their busy season. Expressing your interest in the business, what you have to offer and what you hope to get out of the experience — even if it ends — is your best bet.
‘What are your plans once the summer is over?'
Other Block Island…Continue