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Interested in spending your summer on Put-in-Bay with lots of fun people, great housing, and competitive wages?

Frosty’s is always looking for college-aged, enthusiastic, fun-loving people with a good work ethic and people skills.

A Frosty's History Lesson

Romer and Louis Stoiber founded Frosty’s in 1949. In 1970, George returned from 10 years in the Navy to assist Louis with the family business.

In 1973, George married June, and together they ran Frosty’s. Today, Kim and Ryan Stoiber are taking the reins at Frosty’s as the third generation of the Stoiber family on the island.

Frosty’s is run as family businesses. You’ll see Kim, and Ryan making pizzas, serving breakfast, emptying trash cans, and many of the other activities we’ll ask of you throughout the summer.

The Summer Season

Put-in-Bay is a summer resort island with a tourism season beginning in early April and ending Halloween weekend with an amusing array of costumes. Potential employees should be prepared to work a 6-day workweek, including all weekends and holidays. All employees are expected to work national holidays including Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, and two weekends in the Fall after Labor Day.

In return for a positive attitude and hard-working mentality, employees can expect much from their summer at Put-in-Bay. Workweeks are typically 40 hours with the opportunity for weekly overtime for those expressing willingness to exceed expectations and demonstrate leadership skills. Paychecks are issued weekly with fair wages and timely delivery. Managers and the Stoiber family will manage and provide assistance whenever needed. Workplaces and residences will be clean, safe, and fun.


Frosty’s provides housing for all employees. All new employees will live in the dormitory located right in the heart of downtown Put-in-Bay. Dormitory residents can walk to all needed amenities on the island including work, the post office, grocery store, and bank. The dorm has two floors,generally divided by gender with laundry facilities on each floor. The lounge area on the first floor has food and beverage vending machines and a microwave. All rooms are doubles and supplied with bunk beds, dressers, high-speed internet, and air conditioning. The dorm is supervised by a dorm manager who lives on premises.

The weekly fee for housing is deducted directly from employees’ paychecks. Rent begins when employees begin working full time for the summer. Employees working weekends in the spring and fall will not be charged rent for those weekends.

inside a dorm room
inside a dorm room
bathrooms in the dorms
bathrooms in the dorms

Available Positions

frosty bar logo

Frosty’s is a tavern and restaurant, serving breakfast in the mornings and pizza, burritos, and cold beer and cocktails in the afternoons. Restaurant experience isn’t necessary for any position, as our team will happily train folks with welcoming personalities and a great work ethic.

This position will work Frosty Breakfast. The daily shift is from 6:15am-2pm, so the employee should be able to arrive to work early in the morning on a regular basis. Work includes cleaning and resetting tables in the front of the house, washing dishes, and afternoon food prep in the kitchen. Pay is hourly + tips

Participants working as Breakfast Prep and Line Cooks will work the early morning breakfast shift. Shifts begin at 6:15AM daily and end around 2:00PM daily. Daily duties will include food preparation of breakfast items including scrambled eggs, pancake batter, and breakfast meats, including pork products. When restaurant is open, this employee will line cook in a fast-paced environment. Employer and Kitchen Manager will instruct employee on techniques for food preparation and line cook skills. Employee must have ability to arrive to work on time at 6:15AM and work quickly and diligently for 7 hours.

Pay rate is hourly with possible increase in pay as skills increase. Overtime and extra hours opportunities available.

Pizza Crew will make pizzas, serve customers, clean tables, and lots of other activities. The pizza kitchen is open to the restaurant, so employees  will have direct access to customers and the fun activities in the restaurant. Pay is hourly + tips

This position will be working at Big Man’s Burrito Stand making burritos and serving customers. The job includes making burritos and prep work including making salsa and burrito ingredients. Big Man’s Burrito Stand is located on an outside patio. Pay hourly + tips

This position will work Frosty Breakfast. Shifts start at 6:15 each day and will involve serving customers in a fast-paced environment. Previous serving experience is desired, but not totally necessary. Breakfast servers work additional hours on Friday & Saturday evenings. Employees must be at least 18 years old. Pay is hourly + tips

Lunch & dinners servers report to work at 10:30AM or 5pm daily, working 6 days per week. Prior server experience desired. Servers will take food and drink orders, deliver food, and provide hospitality to guests. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, and have proven experience serving in a challenging environment. Pay is hourly + tips

Bartenders work a variety of shifts ranging between 8am-6pm or 6pm-2am. Bartenders will make drinks for customers and servers, take food orders, deliver food, and provide hospitality to guests. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, and have proven experience bartending or serving in a challenging environment. Pay is hourly + tips

Like to work in the evenings at your own pace? Help clean up the restaurant and bar
overnight and tackle light maintenance jobs

the carriage house logo

The Carriage House is a souvenir and gift shop located in the heart of downtown Put-in-Bay. Employees of the Carriage House also maintain Kimberly’s Carousel located adjacent to the gift shop.

As a retail associate, employees will be re-stocking, working the cash register at check out, assisting customers with merchandise, as well as helping with questions or problems. They will also be straightening and cleaning the store, setting up displays, arranging merchandise, and tagging pricing on merchandise. The hours are between 30-50 hours per week, with time plus one half rate for all hours over 40. Overtime hours and pay increases are available as skills increase. Employees must have a working knowledge of U.S. currency and be friendly and courteous to customers The pay is hourly.

* Frosty’s reserves the right to reassign employees to other positions based on need and employee’s skills and abilities. With reassignment, employees may face a change in wages. Frosty’s retains the right to terminate employment, with or without cause and with or without notice. 

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