Situated on nine secluded oceanfront acres, the Inn offers a private sandy beach, heated pool, tennis, family activities and a full service restaurant with panoramic ocean views.
Jobs: Bartender, Dining Room Hostess, Wait staff, kitchen cooks, dishwashers, housekeepers
Dates: May 15th to October 1st
Hours: 35 hours/week
Pay: Varies, around $8/ hour, paid weekly.
Bonus: Tips possible. $15 per week at end of season
Accommodation: Provided, shared housing $80 a week. 2 people per room, fully furnished kitchen, TV. Deposit $10/ week. Housing is limited so the employer will help you to find housing if needed.
Area/Transport: The area is a beach resort and local public transport is good.
Nearest Social Security Office: Hyannis, 15 miles.
Employer Comments: We are a full service oceanfront resort located on Cape Cod. There are positions open in various departments: Food and Beverage, Front desk, Housekeeping, Children’s program. Low cost employee housing is included. We are looking for employees that can work late May to October.
Cape Cod is a popular destination for beachgoers from all over. With 559.6 miles (900.6 km) of coastline, beaches, both public and private, are easily accessible.
Cape Cod became a summer haven for city dwellers beginning at the end of the 19th century. Improved rail transportation made the towns of the Upper Cape, such as Bourne and Falmouth, accessible to Bostonians. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Northeastern mercantile elite built many large, shingled „cottages” along Buzzards Bay. The relaxed summer environment offered by Cape Cod was highlighted by writers including Joseph C. Lincoln, who published novels and countless short stories about Cape Cod folks in popular magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post and the Delineator.
Cape Cod is also popular for its outdoor activities like beach walking, biking, boating, fishing, go-karts, golfing, kayaking, miniature golf, and unique shopping. There are 27 public, daily-fee golf courses and 15 private courses.