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Kiawah Island Golf Resort Employer Reviews

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Good place for Those without Families
Manager (Current Employee), IslandMarch 5, 2014
Most of upper management does not prioritize or have kids, so to have kids is a difficult venture. Hard working Individuals can move up fast , especially if you start in the areas of Front Desk. Long drive.
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I enjoy a new day every day, working for and with different people
Associate (Current Employee), Charleston, SCFebruary 25, 2014
I meet groups of people every single day. They could be from Georgia, they could be from Russia. If I could pick the most important thing Iv'e learned throughout the years, every day I will meet someone different. My management after school has actually been myself. Iv'e alway's been in customer service, it's my responsibility to make people enjoy their – more... experience. My co-workers have always been my friends. There isn't a hard part of my job, I truly enjoy meeting new people every day, hour... whatever the case may be. That would be the most enjoyable part of every job in the customer service industry Iv'e always worked in. That is the reason Iv'e always done it. While attaining my degree at the College of Charleston I didn't have to work, but I did. – less
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wonderful work invironment great managers to work with
server (Former Employee), south carolinaJanuary 18, 2014
Pros: lunch break
Cons: half hour break is fine but will work if needed
I remember this special day was on a Tuesday I went to work after reaching the hour mark for me to go home one of our guest came to me say he wanted to do something nice for is girlfriend so we talk about it when I found out what it was he wanted to get engage so we pick the location on the beach and make it possible, what I have learn from that is – more... going above and beyond to make the guest happy my co-works are the best they make me feel so welcome to the family for the benefit of the guest and the company and the most challenging job of my was when I was at banquet serving breakfast in the morning and a guest came to me asking for a bottle of alcohol because he was going to golf and he needed it for is trip to celebrate after the game i told my supervisor about it and we got the storeroom to open and he was so happy – less
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A beautiful location that enhanced the Southern atmosphere.
Server (Former Employee), Kiawah Island, SCJanuary 1, 2014
The Kiawah Island Resort was a lovely place to work. I learned so much about the food preparation and wine. They also focused on after dinner cocktails and ports. The guests who vacationed there were very enjoyable and those who lived there and were members of Kiawah Island's Governors Club kept the dining room busy year round. The dining room is just – more... behind the tenth hole of one of 5 golf courses located on the Island. Just under a mile away is the famous Ocean Course. The South Carolina heat made service on the veranda difficult in the summer. Management provided shade and air conditioning in the clubhouse for our comfort and that helped a great deal. – less
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Prestigious, Elegant, High Class
Social Sales Coordinator (Current Employee), Charleston, SCOctober 27, 2013
One of the most highly rated resorts in the USA. The most highly trained and professional staff within the industry. Some of the best golf courses in the world.
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Great Place to Work
Hostess (Current Employee), Kiawah Island, SCSeptember 30, 2012
Great employee benefits and there is a lot of room for advancement
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Great and exciting place to work
Line Cook/Prep Cook (Former Employee), Kiawah Island, SCSeptember 18, 2012
On a typical day I prepped for both hot and cold dishes. I would either be placed on the garde manger station or the fry station for the service portion of my shift. On the Garde Manger station i was responsible for salads, desserts, cold apps and app specials. On Fry i was responsible for cooking fried and baked items. The management offered me many – more... opportunities to learn new dishes and to advance my skills. The hardest part of my job was just making sure all my prep was done for service and making sure i had enough for the night without having too much leftover. I enjoyed every aspect of my job. I love the fast pace of the restrant world. – less
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Communications Agent (Current Employee), Kiawah Island, SCSeptember 5, 2012
Pros: close to home and school
Cons: short lunch, no breaks
The Sanctuary Hotel is beautiful, to say the least. There are good days and there are bad days, as is life.
I enjoy assisting people and providing them with helpful and useful information that will make their stay run smoothly.
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"Groups" of fun
Communications Agent (Current Employee), Kiawah Island, SCJune 27, 2012
Cons: half hour lunches, no breaks in between, no steady hours.
A typical day at the Sanctuary Hotel includes alot of running around, extrememly busy phones, laundry going in and out, late check outs, early check ins, and so on. The best days are when all departments are working together, helping each other out.