Internship

  • Entertainment Cruises - Washington, D.C.
  • $83,640.00 - 100,030.00 / Year *
  • 690 Water St SW, Washington, DC 20024
  • Full-Time



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POSITION DESCRIPTION

Job title: Restaurant Rotational Intern DC

Department: Food & Beverage

FLSA status: Non-exempt

Reports to: Restaurant Manager / Food & Beverage Director

Job Summary:

Inspired by a commitment to excellence, the service team at the Company creates unforgettable memories for our guests. The successful intern is technically competent in food and beverage processes, is hospitable and cordial to guests and coworkers, acts safely and responsibly, and is knowledgeable about the vessel and the skyline.

Essential Functions: Level I Operational Intern

  • Geared towards Freshman and Sophomore students to provide exposure to the hospitality field through job rotations and leadership enrichment activities
  • Provide exceptional hospitality to guests and coworkers as prescribed in Our Service System (OSS)
  • Restaurant Interns-will attain exposure and grasp the knowledge and understanding of frontline service positions (Host/ess, Server).
  • Culinary Interns-will attain knowledge and/or maintain the ability to perform the duties of various culinary stations - Saut , Grill, Pantry, Dessert, Runner
  • Towards the end of their internship they will receive some exposure to complex duties

Essential Functions: Level II Leadership Intern

  • Geared towards Junior and Senior level students who have previous relatable experience and are looking to further cultivate their leadership skills in a hospitality operational setting.
  • Provide exceptional hospitality to guests and coworkers as prescribed in Our Service System (OSS)
  • Restaurant Interns-will attain exposure and grasp the knowledge and understanding of frontline service positions (Host/ess, Server). Leadership responsibility and exposure to areas such as inventory, training, scheduling, purchasing, shipmate engagement and communication
  • Culinary Interns- will attain exposure and grasp the knowledge and understanding of the various Culinary Operational positions (saut , grill, pantry, dessert, runner). Leadership responsibility and exposure throughout to areas such as forecasting, inventory, purchasing, shipmate engagement and communication
  • Events Interns- will attain knowledge and/or maintain ability to perform the duties in Large and Small Account Sales Management, Tourism and Travel Manager, Weddings Coordination, Ticket Booth, Transportation Guide, up to more complex duties of staff in higher levels. Leadership responsibility and exposure throughout the course of their internship, Assist the Wedding Coordinator attending ship meetings, executing timelines, maintaining contact with vendors and maintaining communication between sales and operations

Enrichment Opportunities and Growth Level I and II

These are non-paid exercises and opportunities for Interns to further gain exposure in to various aspect of the hospitality field. Although non-paid, they can still count towards school internship requirement.

  • Meet and greet with directors and executives throughout the course of internship
  • Leadership shadowing towards the latter half of internship
  • Additional non-paid leadership opportunities based on cruise availability
  • Area of focus can be developed to further enrich skills in desired area
  • Intern project
  • Intern may have the opportunity to run one event as management staff
  • Hands on Supervisory role execution (Level II only)

Accountabilities:

The successful intern will facilitate an unforgettable experience for their guests, be favorably viewed by supervisors and peers, and be swift and efficient in the execution of their assigned duties. Performance will be measured by guest and mystery shopper satisfaction surveys, departmental tests, management evaluation, and comparative beverage sales. Satisfactory performance will also include the completion of intern project and attendance to enrichment activities.

Job Specifications / qualifications: Level I

  • Internship dates May August
  • Interns will average 20-30 hrs weekly based on cruise demand
  • Interns will average 10-15 hrs weekly of enrichment
  • Paid internship at $13.40/hr
  • Must be a Freshman or Sophomore pursuing an associate s degree or bachelor s degree in hospitality or a related field
  • Energetic and enthusiastic personality essential
  • Must be able to effectively understand and convey written and verbal information to guests and coworkers
  • Basic computer skills are required
  • Will be required to be available for work on all major holidays
  • Per maritime law, must be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident

Job Specifications / qualifications: Level II

  • Internship dates May August
  • Paid internship at $13.40/hr
  • Interns will average 20-30 hrs weekly based on cruise demand
  • Interns will averge 10-15 hours of enrichment activities
  • Must be a Junior or higher pursuing an associate s degree or bachelor s degree in hospitality or a related field
  • Previous or related experience is preferred
  • Energetic and enthusiastic personality essential
  • Must be able to effectively understand and convey written and verbal information to guests and coworkers
  • Basic computer skills are required
  • Will be required to be available for work on all major holidays
  • Per maritime law, must be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident
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* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.