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Big Canoe POA
12 Wolfscratch Dr, Jasper, GA 30143, United States
Big Canoe POA hiring Host in Jasper, GA

Big Canoe POA hiring Host in Jasper, GA

Big Canoe POAMore Info

Full/Part Time • Hourly (Based on Experience) plus tips
Expired: Jun 12, 2022

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Required Years of Experience

0-1 years


Job Details

We are looking for a Host or Hostess to join our team and be the first point of contact for our guests.


Host/Hostess responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Greeting guests.

Providing accurate wait times.

Escorting customers to the dining and bar areas.

Provide menus and announce the Waiter/Waitress’s name

Coordinate with wait staff about available seating options.


Experience is not needed, we will train the right person!

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Compensation Details

Compensation: Hourly (Based on Experience) plus tips

Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, 401k, Dining Discounts, Wellness Program

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American

Casual Dining

The Georgia Mountain Community of Big Canoe®, between Jasper and Dawsonville, Georgia, as it stands today, started in 1972 when it began to be developed. They named the property Big Canoe® because the site was once inhabited by Cherokee and Woodland Indians whose history, combined with the quiet mountains, all relate to the canoe.

The land’s inhabitants go back thousands of years. The Paleo Indians lived in this area as long as 4,000 years ago. Artifacts of their civilization can still be seen in Big Canoe®, where they left a curious set of rock mounds within Indian Rocks Park, 50 of nearly 1500 acres naturally preserved within Big Canoe®. Later the Cherokee who still have a large presence in North Carolina inhabited this land.

The entire area is rich in mineral deposits and the nation’s first gold rush was actually in nearby Dahlonega. Once news of larger strikes in California reached the area, miners abandoned the area and headed west. Just west of Big Canoe®, a man named Sam Tate, who ran a hotel on the Federal Road, discovered marble deposits on his land. Mr. Tate started a very successful quarry in the town of Tate and supplied the stone used to create the Lincoln Memorial. Marble quarries still actively mine the stone in Marble Hill and Tate today. While the Tate family mined the marble, they found veins of valuable stone extended well beyond their property. Colonel Tate, Sam Tate’s grandson, proceeded to buy up as much of the surrounding land as he could – including what is today Big Canoe®. The Tate family built cabins for the miners to live in the area and a community school, named Wolf scratch School, which today houses the tennis center. History tells the story of children hearing wolves scratching on the door of the school, and thus the name Wolfscratch. A house was built in 1913 with two chimneys, for the school principal and teacher. Later the house became the principal residence for Steve and Lucille Tate. It burned down in 1959. Today a conference center stands next to these two chimneys, on the site of the old house. Following the death of Steve Tate, the Wolfscratch property was sold and was unused for a number of years.

Today, the Property Owners Association (POA) owns the common amenities, roads, Sconti Clubhouse, Canoe Lodge, recreational facilities including Golf, Wellness, Swim Club, Racquet Club and the Marina, and maintains and operates these facilities.

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