About the Property
Modern, Progressive, and Thoughtful
1833, located inside The Hotel at Oberlin, on the campus of Oberlin College, named for the year the city of Oberlin and Oberlin College was founded. Our guests is at the heart of all we do. 1833 offerings are a nod towards the rich history and progressive future. Cool Crafted Classics menu offerings with locally sourced food and beverage. Chef Jim Barnhart, a native of Lorain County, creates fresh, approachable offerings using the latest techniques.
The success of our hotel is driven by the commitment, attitude, and performance of our team members. Achieving a high level of client and guest satisfaction is a challenging task requiring enthusiastic team players in a wide variety of positions. We seek qualified candidates who share our values and the desire to create a warm and professional hospitality environment with a winning attitude. We offer flexible scheduling, competitive pay and benefits, and an environment where we enjoy our work and each other.
We invite you to express your interest by completing the employment form below.
Leadership, problem-solving, and basic computer skills; ability to share knowledge and teach others to perform tasks, high-level customer service, effective communication with guests and team members, able to follow instructions, learn quickly, pay attention to detail, and maintain composure when working under pressure
Experience / Education:
Serving and or set up experience preferred; familiarity and comfort with operating A/V equipment (both in house and outside vendor equipment is helpful); high school diploma and/or equivalent work experience; must be of legal age if serving alcohol.
This is a very physically demanding job that requires extended periods of walking, standing, bending, lifting, twisting and kneeling. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. (See Physical Requirements section for detailed information)
To apply for this job, please use the form below