Required Years of Experience
Napoleon House is looking for passionate, focused and efficient line cook to join our talented culinary team. Line Cooks are responsible for preparing and finishing all hot and cold foods. You will execute sandwiches and classic New Orleans cuisine with enthusiasm at a high volume. You will also be accountable for cleanliness, and food and equipment safety knowledge that meets Napoleon House company standards
Pay and Benefits:
Generous Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
Free Shift Meals + employee discount at all Ralph Brennan Restaurants
Excellent opportunities for career growth
You’re a team player who takes pride in serving food with integrity. You exercise both a successful work ethic and agility in a fast-paced kitchen. You know what it means to work hard and earn your stripes, and you enjoy doing it.
Ideal Candidates should:
Have at least 1 years of related experience or a culinary degree
High volume restaurant experience a plus
Have passion for food, exceptional work ethic and dedication
Be able work well under pressure
Constantly strive to better oneself
Maintain positive attitude
Ability to lift up to 50lbs
Have the ability to read and follow menus and recipes
Complete basic mathematical calculations
Compensation: Hourly ($15.00 - $18.00)
Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, 401k, Dining Discounts, Wellness Program
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Few places capture the essence of New Orleans like the Napoleon House: A 200 year old landmark that's as casual and unique as its French Quarter surroundings.
The building's first occupant, Nicholas Girod, was mayor of New Orleans from 1812 to 1815. He offered his residence to Napoleon in 1821 as a refuge during his exile.
Napoleon never made it, but the name stuck, and since then, the Napoleon House has become one of the most famous bars in America, a haunt for artists and writers throughout most of the 20th century.
Owned and operated by the Impastato family since 1914 and Ralph Brennan since May of 2015, it's a place that suspends you in time, where you can hear Beethoven's Eroiqua, which he composed for Napoleon, and the music of other classical masters, while sipping a Pimm's Cup, and basking in an ambiance that could only be New Orleans.