Hospitality Staff Western North Carolina
High Hampton Inn and Country Club
Cashiers, Western North Carolina
Hospitality Staff Western North CarolinaSeeking staff for the 2017 season beginning mid-April.
We are looking for some good folks to join our team.
We will begin immediate interviews for the following management positions:
• Vacation Homes Housekeeping Supervisor
• Food and Beverage Manager
• Dining Room Manager
• Rooms Division Manager
We will begin interviews for the following Seasonal Staff beginning February 1, 2017:
•Food and Beverage
o Wait staff
o Buffet Steward
o Delicatessen Sandwich Artist
o Line Cook
o Pastry Chef
o Housekeeping Room Attendant
o Vacation Homes Housekeeper
o Front Desk Attendant
o Reservation Agent
• Pro Shop
o Golf Cart Attendant
For immediate consideration please submit a resume to:
Ms. Sydneye Trudics, Director of Human Resources
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About High Hampton Inn & Country Club
Since 1922, the 1400-acre High Hampton Inn & Country Club, surrounded by the ethereal beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Cashiers, North Carolina and shimmering lakes and streams, has been hosting generation after generation of guests who return time and again to renew, rejuvenate and reconnect amidst nature’s playground. The estate’s sanctuary-like atmosphere is completely unequaled.
Standing sentry on a knoll overlooking the lake, mountains and golf course, the High Hampton Inn is reminiscent of the great camps of the Adirondacks with its classic shingle style and expansive estate promising the ultimate blend of outdoor recreation and civilized hospitality. The epitome of a true North Carolina mountain resort, High Hampton resides at a 3,600-foot elevation in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Cashiers, North Carolina. The near-perfect climate merely adds to the sense of serenity here, but so does the fact that there are no electronic devices, like telephones or televisions in the guestrooms, and that many activities are nature-driven.