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Work in a Campground Cafe near Yellowstone National Park, MT

Work in a Campground Cafe in Yellowstone N.PFor: University or college students
Program:
Work Travel USA
Visa required:
J1 Visa
Season:
Summer vacations

Area pictures: Explore the area with Google Panoramio

Job Title: Housekeeping and Food Service
Employer Type:
Campground
Arranged By: J1 Direct
Employer ID: J1D-1014

Overview

Description of Business: Campground

Description of Area: In this location you can touring Yellowstone National Park and Teton National Park, hiking, mountain climbing, bicycling, horseback riding, and whitewater rafting. Make friends that will last a lifetime. Please consider that this is a remote and rural location.

Travel Time to the job site, example: Travel to Salt Lake City, Utah and take the shuttle.

NOTE: Bring warm clothing and footwear. Snow is possible in May and September. Elevation is 6700 feet.

Area pictures: 1992-2009 Participants’ Photos [coming soon]

Job Details

Work Description: These jobs have two functions. First part would be the daily cleaning of the campground, rental cabins and bathhouses. Second part would be working as a cashier and food server in the campground cafe. Most days would be split shift with time off in the afternoon.

Salary and Bonuses: $9.50 per hour, overtime pay $14.25. Tips possible.

Work Hours: 40 hours with overtime possible

NOTE: Students must have good or fluent verbal English skills of 8 or higher. This is a physical job that requires ability to work quickly but with attention to detail. Good Customer Service skills are expected.

NOTE: Second job is possible at nearby motel – not guaranteed. Your primary job is at Campground.

NOTE: 50% discount at Café – free when working a shift at Café.

Job type illustrations: 1992-2009 Participants’ Photos [coming soon]

Housing

Accommodation Cost: $49.00 per week, but 100% is returned if season is completed and facility is clean and all uniforms are returned.

Accommodation Description: Shared Furnished Dormitory or Cabin. No smoking. This is in a very safe and scenic setting.

Accomodation Pictures: Participants’ photos – How we lived in America 1992 – 2009.

Requirements

Requirements: Conversational English, able to understand and follow instructions, attention to detail, motivated by guest satisfaction.

Uniform/Dress Code: Uniform shirt or apron is provided. Casual attire. Daily bathing required as well as wearing clean clothes.

Gallery

None who was previously placed in this location offered pictures for this gallery.

How to Apply

Do you like the employers shown in this section? Would you like to work for an employer like that?
Great! Apply for the Work Travel USA program and enjoy your summer adventure in the USA!

The program allows you to indicate three preferences for the area of the USA where you would like to be placed, and three preferences for the type of employer you would like to work for.

Although the program sponsor can not guarantee that your preferences will be met, it does guarantee you one job placement! All the employers listed here hosted international students in the past and the placements provided for an unforgettable summer!

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Comments

4 Responses to “Work in a Campground Cafe near Yellowstone National Park, MT”
  1. Nursultan says:

    Hello! How many hours can I work per week? I need overtime everyday. Please answer me before I find another.

    • admin says:

      Hi Nursultan, First of all you are in the section with examples of previous jobs from several programs and countries. It helps future applicants get an idea what placements they may expect. Read the first post in the category: http://www.apex-foundation.org/programs/jobs-placements/. The normal average is around 35 hours per week. Say, between 32 and 40. Expecting overtime every day is completely unrealistic. Employers have to pay 50% extra for overtime, and no business can afford 50% increase in the cost of labor without going bankrupt.

  2. Kadeem says:

    Do you offer job placement for international university graduates?

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