Your job is to work as part of the team in the kitchen, producing high-quality menu items under the immediate direction of the pastry chef. We are looking for talented individuals that thrive in a fast-paced environment. You will prep, cook and season all food according to the recipe; control food production; maintain a clean station and adhere to all kitchen maintenance and sanitation standards; have an up-to-date knowledge of the menu (including preparation, seasoning, ingredients and plate presentation); follow proper methods for preparing and cooking food; and more.
Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be familiar with all phases of food preparation and related techniques. You must be able to meet the physical demands of the position. Must be able to get along with co-workers and work as a team. Must be able to uphold company standards related to appearance and dress. Must have one year prior experience working in a kitchen, preferably in pastry.
PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS:
Mobility and dexterity to move large, heavy objects up to 100 lbs. Manual dexterity to include using kitchen utensils and handling food items. Must be able to tolerate industry standard chemicals used for cleaning and sanitizing, and be able to withstand a hot and/or close environment. Must be able to work at a fast pace, and to respond to visual and oral cues.
2031 Saint Charles Ave
New Orleans LA 70130
About Jack Rose - Coming April 2018
Jack Rose will be a lively, eclectic dining room serving Creole cuisine with a modern flair. The cocktail program will be curated by the team from Hot Tin rooftop bar, with a wine list that skews towards bubbles. The hotel's Living Room, home of the famous Ashley Longshore portrait of Lil Wayne, will be extended into the Dining Room, bringing a sense of play and fun to the restaurant. Small plates will be available for guests to enjoy in the Living Room, while the Dining Room will feature a larger dinner menu, including fun elements like tableside presentations.
About Hot Tin:
Once a penthouse, today the space has been converted into an intimate rooftop bar where champagne and bright cocktails complement the 270-degree view of Downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River. Modeled after a 1940s artist’s loft, the interior space is both airy and eclectic, a place where you can lounge on couches or explore the wall of curios and knick-knacks that bring moments past into the present. Glass accordion doors open onto the balcony, showcasing the incomparable view of Downtown, while a second, more secluded terrace offers a bird’s-eye view of Saint Charles Avenue.
About Bayou Bar:
The Bayou Bar, where the New Orleans Saints football franchise was christened in 1966, offers a casual tavern-style ambiance. Once a drinking den for both Sinatra and Capote, the Bayou Bar honors its past with a robust whiskey list, celebrated weekly at Whiskey Wednesdays. On the weekend, the rollicking Steinway piano plays, and every day great bar food, including the legendary 1&1 Burger and Mile High Pie, is served.
About Silver Whistle Cafe:
Nestled in the corner of the Pontchartrain Hotel overlooking St Charles Avenue, The Silver Whistle is a bright, cheerful cafe where locals and visitors alike can enjoy the charming ambiance with their breakfast or lunch.