Block Island Summer 2017. Sous chef, Bellhop, Line Cooks, and full Sushi staff.
Discover Block Island’s unspoiled beaches, 200 foot cliffs, freshwater ponds and lush rolling hills under a quilt of wildflowers, described by The Nature Conservancy as “one of the last 12 great places in the Western Hemisphere.”
Block Island is part of the U.S. state of Rhode Island, named after the Dutch explorer Adriaen Block. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 14 miles (23 km) east of Montauk Point, Long Island, New York, and 13 miles (21 km) south of the coast of mainland Rhode Island, from which it is separated by Block Island Sound.
About Block Island Resorts
Block Island Resorts provides a very friendly and family-like work place with a high return employee rate. Our employees share the same goals and are reliable, courteous, and professional. We offer competitive pay for all positions, based on experience and ability.
The Employee Experience
Block Island is the perfect summer work place for those of you that love the outdoors! It is filled with amazing like-minded adventurous young professionals who enjoy the beautiful beaches, recreation sports (basketball, softball, soccer and volleyball), sailing, yoga, paddle boarding, spearfishing/fishing, surfing, farmers markets, arts, skateboarding and amazing hiking trails throughout the island! Block Island is known as the Bermuda of the North and you'll understand as you hike along the stunning cliff trails down to secluded beaches for sunsets and swimming. We want our employees to enjoy all that the Island has to offer and even have paddle boards available for employee use to enjoy their time off of work. Our work schedules enable all of our employees to have valuable time enjoying the island beauty and meeting new friends. Working for our company, you will learn so much about the hospitality industry! The islanders and returning workers are very welcoming and love embracing new friends to the group and most days all find themselves relaxing together at the beach or joining together for sunset and night bonfires.
"Throughout my years of traveling many countries and working in multiple stunning islands such as Hawaii and St John USVI, Block Island is still my favorite and one of the most beautiful places that I have ever explored. It is a very warm and embracing community with so much to do! Between playing in all of the sports leagues and beach, there isn't a day that I feel bored or without a friend to call to explore. Block Island Resorts is an unbelievable family-run company and the perfect summer job opportunity!" Ross Draper (Restaurant Manager of Narragansett Inn)
Room and Board
Dormatory style rooms with shared baths are available. Non tipped positions pay eighty five per week and tipped positions pay one fifty per week, A security deposit of one fifty is required.
All staff recieve a fifty percent discount at all locations on food while working and a twenty percent discount when not. Room discounts for visiting family are available and vary depending on time of year and availability.
Getting Here and Getting Around
For more information about high-speed ferry service from Galilee (Point Judith) to the island, please go to http://www.blockislandferry.com
The high speed from Point Judith runs seasonally and drops off in Old Harbor.
To find out about traditional ferry service from Point Judith, Rhode Island, check out http://www.blockislandferry.com
This year round ferry service takes about one hour and drops off in Old Harbor. This is the only car ferry service to Block Island.
From New London, Connecticut, go to http://www.goblockisland.com
This is a highspeed passenger ferry that drops off in Old Harbor.
New England Airlines: http://www.block-island.com/nea
Regular flights between Westerly, Rhode Island and Block Island
Montauk, NY (on the tip of Long Island) offers passenger ferry service in season to New Harbor.
Visit http://www.vikingfleet.com for more information.
Some staff bring cars and this is ok, plenty of parking. If no car it is strongly recomended you bring a bike, Great Biking!
When you’re here, you’ll soon discover that the beach is everywhere and the only question is where to begin your exploration.
The Island’s 17 miles of beaches offer many choices. Within walking distance of the ferry landing is three-mile Crescent Beach, which is divided into three glorious parts: the Fredrick J. Benson Beach, Scotch Beach, and Mansion Beach, situated beneath cliffs and the stone walls of a vanished mansion.
The Greenway, a network of trails that wind for more than 30 miles, offers a peaceful retreat for the occasional stroller or the serious hiker.
The best way to tour Block Island depends on the visitor. Rent a bike, car or moped, jump in a taxi, or view your surroundings on horseback or foot!
If you are looking for something to do there is something for everyone. You can kayak, paddleboard, parasail, play tennis, basketball; go charter fishing, or relax on the beach. Maybe browse through our unique boutiques and galleries or visit the nightclubs for live entertainment.
There is something exciting for everyone, at every age, here on Block Island.
We are currently taking applications for the following positions.
Line Cooks: Line cook positions from May to October available with housing. Must have at least two years of culinary experience to apply.
Bellhop: Seeking a Bellhop for the upcoming 2017 summer season. Position runs from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day with a six day work week. Housing is provided at eighty five per week. Must have valid drivers license and able to relocate for the summer. To apply please submit resume, recent photo and current references. Phone Q&A followed with a Skype session
Sushi Staff: Sous Chef and helpers needed.