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Work in a Small Hotel on Long Beach Island, NJ

E-100327 Work in a Small Hotel on Long Beach Island, NJFor: 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/Laundry/Pool
Employer Type:
Mid-Size Hotel
Arranged By: InterExchange, Inc.
Employer ID: E-100327

Overview

Description of Business: This family owned 50 room hotel is located on the oceanfront and is within walking distance of the area’s attractions. They have been working with InterExchange for over 8 years and have much experience with international students.

Description of Area: Long Beach Island is a resort island in New Jersey. The hotel is on the beach. You will be one hour away from Atlantic City, 1,5 hours from Philadelphia, and two hours from New York City. There are many water activities, such as sailing and swimming, in the area. Many families come to Long Beach Island to vacation for the summer and there are many stores, pubs, cinemas, and things to do.

Travel Time to the job site, example: 2 hours from New York by bus. Cost $25.00.

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

Job Details

Work Description: You will be doing a combination of duties, however your main position is housekeeping. Housekeeping may include but is not limited to cleaning rooms, vacuuming, changing linens and towels, making beds, cleaning bathrooms, doing laundry, etc. The use of chemical cleaning products is required. On occasion, you will help with laundry and clearing around the pool area.

Salary and Bonuses: $7.15 per hour. There will be a bonus of one dollar for every hour worked throughout the summer, provided that you stay to the end of your work commitment date.

Work Hours: You will be working about 30-35 hours per week. There may be possibilities of finding a second job in the area, provided that you do not let it interfere with your commitment at your InterExchange job.

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

Housing

Accommodation Cost: $0

Accommodation Description: Housing is provided for free as long as you follow the house rules (for example: no overnight guests, no parties, you must keep the house clean etc.). You will be living in a house 1/4 mile (0.4 kilometers) from the motel. You will be provided with a bicycle for transportation. You will be responsible for your own meals. You will have a kitchen, a washer and dryer, a large backyard, and a living room. You will be a half a block from the beach.

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

Requirements

Requirements: Not specified.

Standard requirements for the Work Travel USA program sponsored by InterExchange, Inc. are:

  • Conversational English
  • Minimum placement duration 12 weeks (or for summer, until Labor Day, whichever is longer)
  • Minimum placement is 2.5 months in national parks

Uniform/Dress Code: You will be provided hotel shirts which you will need to wear on the job. You should bring with you sneakers and white or off-white shorts, which are not too baggy. If your hair is long, you will need to have it tied back on the job. Only one pair of earrings is allowed.

Gallery

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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!

Click here to go to the program

Comments

4 Responses to “Work in a Small Hotel on Long Beach Island, NJ”
  1. ELIZEUS says:

    I am looking for job placement in your hotel. I am completed my diploma course in hospitality management at Njuweni institute I happened to work at Moven pick Hotel for one year then I returned to the college for diploma course till march this year when I graduate. I’m able to speak fluent english and french languages
    I’m waiting to hearing from you

  2. Andrew Downey says:

    I am looking for a job placement in your hotel for the summer of 2014. I am currently a student at Rutgers University and I am able to speak fluent English. I have been to this area before and I have grown to love it. This would be an amazing opportunity for me and I am waiting to hear from you.

    • admin says:

      Hi Andrew, thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, I have two bad news for you. Partly, you are looking at examples of past placements (see the first post in the section) but more importantly, this program is available only to non-US nationals who are full-time students of recognized tertiary educational institutions outside the USA. It is an international exchange program based on the Fulbright-Hays Act and is run under the auspices of the US Department of State, not the Department of Labor.

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