Enjoy a picturesque resort and ocean views at an oceanfront Myrtle Beach hotel!
Jobs: breakfast attendant, restaurant attendant, cook, poolside server
Dates: May 15th to September 30th. Last date to accept staff: June 25th
Hours: 32-35 hours/ week
Pay: breakfast attendant – $8.40/ hour, restaurant attendant – $8.40/ hour + tips, cook – $10.00/ hour, poolside server – $2.35/ hour + tips
Accommodation: provided – $90/ week
Nearest Social Security office: 1316 3RD AVE CONWAY, SC, 20 minutes away from Myrtle Beach (15 miles).
Employer Comments: Participants must have a very good English level, food and beverages experience preferred. They must be willing to work outside for extended periods of time.
Myrtle Beach is one of the major centers of tourism in the United States because of the city’s warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches, attracting an estimated 14 million visitors each spring/summer/fall.
Myrtle Beach hosts a variety of special conventions, events, and musical concerts. The area’s attractions include its beaches and many golf courses, as well as a number of amusement parks, an aquarium, Legends In Concert, retail developments, a number of shopping complexes and over 1,900 restaurants including seafood restaurants. The area also has dinner theaters, nightclubs, and many tourist shops. Myrtle Beach has an estimated 460 hotels, with many on the beachfront, and approximately 89,000 accommodation units in total. Also in the city is Myrtle Waves, one of the largest water parks on the eastern seaboard.
The Myrtle Beach area showcases 60-miles of beach, a picture-perfect gateway to the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. Whether you decide you want to go boating, fishing, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving, parasailing, windsurfing, or any watersport you love, you’ll find that the area’s crystal blue waters provide the perfect playground to do so. There is much fun to be had at Myrtle Beach waterparks, too! Myrtle Beach waterparks offer an exceptional family-friendly fun, and feature some of the most thrilling water slides along the east coast.