H2B In Country Transfer Positions Available!
The Great Lakes State!
- Mackinac Island, Michigan
- No experience required
- Start Date:
- Job starts in about 1 month (Apr 01, 2019)
We are seeking in country H2B candidates interested in extending/transferring. Candidates must be in the United States and have a valid H2B Visa with an expiration date later than April 1, 2019. Candidates must be able to prove they have been in the US for less than two and half years.
You must fill out an application on our website to be considered. You must refer to this posting in the comments section to be considered.
Positions available and rates of pay:
- Housekeepers $10.75 per hour
- House Porters $10.75 per hour
- Kitchen Helpers $11.38 per hour
- Restaurant Cooks $11.35 per hour
- Grounds and Maintenance $16.33 per hour
Note: Rates of pay are as listed. They are not negotiable.
These positions are full time and begin in April and run through early November.
We have shared rooms in dorm-style housing available on Mackinac Island at a cost of $75.00 per week. Please visit our website for more information.
Our candy shops are fun to visit and provide a fast-paced work environment. We have created handmade artisan candies and chocolates since the early 60's in our family owned and operated shops on Mackinac Island.
The Island House is a member of the Historic Hotels of America and is a one of kind property located at the edge of Haldimand Bay on the Island.
We operate four one-off restaurants on Mackinac, from family dining to casual fine dining. Each one presenting a broad range of opportunities.
Rounding things out with a full-service coffee shop in the heart of town that never slows down during our busy season!
About Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island is a unique place located between Michigan's rugged upper and lower peninsulas where Lake Huron and Lake Michigan meet. There are no motor vehicles on the Island, which is accessible only by ferry, plane and private watercraft.
No motor vehicles mean no rush hour, no commute and little pollution. Leave a big portion of your carbon footprint on the mainland. Walk or ride your bike to get around. When you are not trapped in a car you have a chance to see the water and see the trees. Things slow down, you suddenly have a chance to say hello to people. Mackinac Island has a sense of community as a direct result of this freedom.
You can be in the woods on a secluded trail in less than ten minutes after work. You can have a rock beach all to yourself if you head a mile out of town on a bike. The Island is 80% State Park and it is here for all of us to share.
If you are tired of watching other people have adventures on TV, live your own!
Live it on Mackinac Island!
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