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The Ocean Grille on St John. It is in the Cruz Bay Area.
MY two main concerns now are finding housing and working out if I will be able to take my cell phone there without huge charges
i know all about this place.
feel free to give me a call. There is a lot you need to know.
Heres my situation: Three months ago I left Chicago and moved to Cincinnati where I bought my childhood home. Im having a hard time adjusting to life here. I wait tables/bartend for a living. There is plenty of work here in Cinci, but the money isn't very good. In chicago I would average 1000.00 per week. I'm making half of that here working six days. I dont need a lot of money, I just feel like I'm waiting on a bunch of uneducated diners who are cheap.
I've done seasonal work before. A few years ago I spent the summer in Homer, Alaska and the winter in St. Thomas VI. Overall my experience was good. I'm considering taking a seasonal job this winter. Anyone know of a good gig that I can make decent money? I'd rather work for a smaller family owned business here I feel valued as an employee. Sounds idilic I know.
Good luck at finding small business type work in the winter time on here at least.You may have to dig a little harder for those.But if you don't mind traveling out of state you may want to look at a few Ski Resorts in the Mid West in MT,Wyo or ID even.Most are starting to hiring in Sept or soon.
On a side not my self I may have a job locked up already have to to the phone interview for Big Sky Resort in MT.But pretty much likely have a job there and will be pretty excited about it and doing bussing work for the time.Would any one happen to know the minimum wage for bussers/servers in MT?
After doing some research, there are several resorts in New England and throughout the Rockies that fit the bill.
My main concern is I don't want to be micro-managed and overworked. I don't mind working 6 days a week if the money is good. Otherwise, I'd rather be under 40hrs a week.
Can someone give me a little advice from first hand experience? Anyone have recommendations on specific resorts or restaurants where I can make a decent buck and not loose my sanity?