Tide’s In Canteen
Kingsport Canteen Workers – Student Summer Positions
The Kingsport Community Association is currently accepting applications for two positions as Canteen Workers at the Kingsport Waterfront. We are looking for individuals who are mature and responsible, self-starters and customer service orientated.
The successful candidates will be required to perform a variety of duties in the following areas: food preparation, food service, food storage, complete and maintain canteen inventories, product orders, product merchandising, maintaining the general cleanliness of canteen and food service areas, and any other position related duties as assigned by their supervisor.
The successful candidate may also be required to maintain accurate cash handling and prepare daily deposits, along with being able to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings; this is a requirement for these positions.
Position 1: starting date: May 29th to September 1st, 2017 for 14 weeks
Position 2: July 1st to Sept 1st , 2017 for 9 weeks.
Application Deadline: as soon as possible
Please Note: To be eligible for these positions, you must be a full time student, returning to full time studies in the fall.
Resumes can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com
The Tide’s In Canteen is located at Kingsport Beach and is owned and operated by the Kingsport Community Association (KCA) a Registered Charity. All proceeds from this business are used by the KCA to support its charitable activities. Thanks to all who supported the Canteen in 2016!
It is a seasonal business opened from mid-May to mid September each year. The Canteen has an extensive hot and cold food menu and a visit to the Canteen for an ice-cream or a meal is a must in the summer. While there enjoy the view, walk the Boardwalk and take in a little of the history of Kingsport.
The business is run by long time resident Joann Lyndall and provides jobs opportunities for students during the summer months.
The building is currently under going an upgrade thanks to grants from Municipal/Provincial Governments and volunteer labor from the community. An accessibility ramp and a new deck were completed in the fall of 2017 to butter service the customers.
We look forward to a Grand Opening in June of 2017, just in time to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday.