Jobs in the Les Cheneaux area and Eastern Upper Peninsula can be found in several different ways. Useful links and some direction for how to find jobs will appear below.
2020 Full-Time, Part-Time, Seasonal Listings:
Hilltop Drive-Thru is seeking a server/cashier! They are located at 24 S. Beach St. in Cedarville. Beginning mid-June; pays minimum wage. Interested persons should Facebook them at LCI Hill Drive-Thru or call 906.630.1230.
Les Cheneaux Maritime Museum: Must be 18 years of age or older and must have their own transportation. Beginning late May thru the end of August; pays minimum wage. Interested individuals please call 906.484.2821.
Job Providers - We will post job openings for Les Cheneaux Chamber of Commerce members FREE OF CHARGE at this site. Simply send your job openings to email@example.com or fax the information to 906.484.9941.
Job Seekers - Additional locations to find jobs include bulletin boards at Cedarville Foods, Hessel Grocery and Cedar Pantry.
The St. Ignace News - published weekly, this newspaper features job listings, rentals and more in its classified ad section. Classified are also online! Copies available at local businesses, especially Cedarville Foods, Hessel Grocery and Cedar Pantry, or by calling 906.643.9150.
The Sault Evening News - published daily and available at local businesses, this newspaper's job listings, rentals and more are also in its classified ad section. Classified are also online! Copies available at local businesses, especially Cedarville Foods, Hessel Grocery and Cedar Pantry, or by calling 906.632.2235.
Tri-County Buyers Guide - published by The Sault Evening News weekly as a classified ad source and "shopper" (contains coupons, store sales flyers, etc.). Available at local businesses, especially grocery stores, Cedar Pantry and Hessel Grocery.
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Tips - try searching within 30-50 miles of the Cedarville and Hessel zip codes to include Sault Ste. Marie, St. Ignace and Mackinac Island. Sault and St. Ignace have larger populations and often have more jobs available, especially seasonal work. Mackinac Island businesses hire a large number of seasonal workers, so there are often job opportunities to be found on the Island, which you can access by taking a ferry from St. Ignace.