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Heceta Lighthouse B&B Seeks Assistant Manager

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Heceta Head Keeper’s Dwelling. Image courtesy of Heceta Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast

Heceta Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast is located halfway between Florence and Yachats on the Central Oregon Coast.  We are a high end, six-room inn occupying the historic light keepers’ home at Heceta Head Lighthouse. This well-reputed unique inn is known across the globe for its dramatic scenery, rich maritime history, and amazing 7 Course Breakfast.  Not only do we offer lodging, we also serve as an Interpretive Center, gift shop, and a busy event venue. Guests are welcomed as friends and staff is treated like family in a positive and respectful atmosphere. Listed on the National Register of Historic places and owned by the US Forest Service, it is our mission to be good stewards of this property through restoring and publicly sharing this national gem.

Heceta Lighthouse B&B is seeking an Assistant Manager to join our experienced team in a year-round full-time position.  This is a hands-on position that entails working the day-to-day operations and assisting in managerial duties. This dynamic candidate must be available weekdays, weekends, and holidays. Typical work hours are between 8am and 6pm. Compensation is competitive and based on experience, with benefits including medical insurance and paid vacation.

For more information – https://www.hecetalighthouse.com/latest-news/hiring-assistant-manager

Submitted by Misty Anderson, Inn Manager and Event Coordinator, Heceta Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast, January 29, 2018

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