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Oheka Castle
A ROYAL ESTATE OF AFFAIRS
Celebrating the Art of Entertaining Since 1919
A Castle to call your own...with just one wedding a day, OHEKA CASTLE is the perfect setting to host your wedding. Exclusive and unforgettable, from the historic estate and formal gardens to the elegant rooms, meticulous intuitive service, and award winning cuisine, OHEKA is one of the finest wedding venues in the world, just an hour from Manhattan.
Upon entering the gates of OHEKA CASTLE you and your guests will feel as though you have been transported back in time to an era well known in American history as the Golden Age. Inspired by the Chateaus in France, the estate offers European ambiance, service and sophistication.
If you are 18 or older and would like to work in the service industry, what better place than at the historic OHEKA Castle in Huntington, NY.
Applicants with prior experience working in the upscale restaurant or catering industries, already have an extra foot in the door.
No prior experience needed. Don't worry we have qualified assistants ready to train you.
JOB DESCRIPTION
You will be responsible for your table/station and how your group looks, also for taking correct dinner/ drink orders, serving/clearing food/drinks in a proper manner. You will be in constant contact with the management and chefs. Alway double checking the BEO's to make sure of what is being served and if there are any allergy alerts from guest.
QUALIFICATIONS
Must be 18 yrs old or older
Must have reliable means of transportation
Must be able to lift at least 20 lbs.
Must be clean cut and shaven (for men), hair pulled back (for women)
Must have a tux by start date
Must be punctual
Must be able to work nights, weekends and some holidays
Oheka Castle Hotel & Estate
Huntington, NY 11743
Please call Lisa Schildhorn to make an appointment for an interview 631.671.7663.
We do background checks, they will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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