Overview

Location: WHITEFISH, MT 59937

Open Positions: 1

Job Description

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake, an award-winning AAA Four Diamond Waterfront Resort, is currently recruiting for a Bar-back The Boat Club Restaurant. This is a great opportunity to be a part of an all-star restaurant team creating World-Class guest experiences.

If this sounds of interest to you, we’d love to get to know you! The Lodge at Whitefish Lake, part of Averill Hospitality, offers full time, year-round employment, competitive compensation, and a full benefits package including paid holidays, paid time off, insurance, and company discounts in Whitefish, Montana’s premier leisure and outdoor activity destination on the shores of Whitefish Lake.

Additional InformationThe Lodge at Whitefish Lake part of Averill Hospitality, offers part & full time, year-round employment, competitive compensation, and a full benefits package including paid holidays, paid time off, insurance, and company discounts in Whitefish, Montana’s premier leisure and outdoor activity destination on the shores of Whitefish Lake.

If this sounds of interest to you, we’d love to get to know you!

Averill Hospitality is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics.

Schedule / Holidays/ Pto

The Bar-back is expected to normally keep a 5 day a week schedule, adjusted as needed (potentially more than 5 days) according to occupancy and business need, and be available for peak guest times and/or in the event of an emergency. A work week of 35 hours per week can be expected, however it can be more or less depending on the business needs of the Food and Beverage operation. Working evenings, weekends and holidays is required, and the Bar-back will participate in on-call emergency coverage with the culinary team.

The Bar-back will typically be available during peak seasons, typically taking PTO and vacations during slower seasons. Typically, PTO will not be allowed during June 15 – September 15, and December 15 – January 5.