Amazing hotel to develop your service skills in New Orleans!
Take in the heart and soul of New Orleans at one of the finest hotels in the Rooms Division & rotate through the Food and Beverage department!
Jazzed up and newly re-imagined, this AAA Four Diamond-rated hotel effortlessly combines timeless elegance and southern refinement, setting itself apart from other French Quarter hotels. You'll have a great time training here, as the hotel offers the best of the Big Easy all under one roof. The hotel is home to several dining and entertainment venues, where you can take in the local flavors from Cajun and Creole to decadent coffee and fresh seafood. Don't miss out on this amazing career and traveling opportunity and apply now!
Rate of pay: As a Host and Supervisor your rate of pay is $15.00. As a server your rate of pay starts at $9.25 per hour.
It is customary in the US to work in “gratuity” positions. In these positions, you will receive a base hourly salary plus gratuity (tips). While the amount of a gratuity is ultimately at the discretion of the guest, the customary tip is 15- 20% of the total bill before tax. Based on history, you may expect to earn around $18.00 per hour.
We offer the jacket, but they need to be in black pants. A complimentary meal per shift is offered.
After 90 days of employment, you will be accruing 3.08 hours per pay period to use for Personal Time off.
The hotel will provide up to 14 days of complimentary room and tax which may be shared with another J1. Meals, internet, movies, etc will be your own responsibility. The hotel does not provide airport pick up. You can take an Uber to the hotel or a taxi.
The area surrounding New Orleans has been a melting pot before the beginning and has the ability to reinvent itself while staying in place. New Orleans was an early haven for free people of color, and New Orleans' resilience, can-do attitude, and populist self-reliance have been pillars of its city life hundreds of years before the Industrial Revolution. You can visit French Quarter, National WW2 Museum, or other attractions in New Orleans. See New Orleans weather.
You can find a 1-bedroom unfurnished apartment in the city for around $1100+ per month. The closer to the city center, the more expensive they will be. With no established credit, you can expect to pay the first and last month’s rent as a deposit for an apartment. HRC recommends you bring $3,000+ as startup capital upon arrival. Please check these options: Apartments, Zillow, The Muse Apartment, Gravier, Saulet, or The Goerian Apartment. Also click here for Temporary Housing Accommodations in New Orleans.
You can check Transportation in New Orleans for more details or RTA. Street Car: $1.25 per ride, $0.25 per transfer, $3.00 for one day Jazzy pass, or $45.00 31-Day Jazzy pass. Ferry (across the Mississippi River): $2. Ride-Sharing: Uber or Lyft
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