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Cooks/Food & Beverage interns wanted in New Orleans

Cooks/Food & Beverage interns wanted in New Orleans

Author -  The Pontchartrain Hotel - New Orleans

Hotel

The Pontchartrain Hotel in collaboration with One House Hospitality Group and the John Besh Restaurant Group.

One House Hospitality is seeking cooks and food and beverage interns to learn in the Bayou Bar, the Silverwhistle Café, the Caribbean Room, and the In-Room Dining Departments of The Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Wage: $11-$14/hour

Candidates must have:

• Excellent English (speaking, writing and comprehension) Qualifications • Previous professional experience in the Culinary Division
field required.
• Flexibility and enthusiasm
Participants will experience an introduction to culinary Duties roles within the highly acclaimed John Besh Restaurant
Group.
Housing accommodations are acquired independently by the Accommodations participant with some assistance from IWH.

Location Description

Located in New Orleans’ historic Garden District area along the St. Charles Avenue carnival route, its 200-year-old oak trees draped with Mardi Gras beads, the Pontchartrain Hotel boasts the singular convenience of the city’s clanging streetcar line running directly to its doorstep. The storied New Orleans hotel, beloved by 

locals and recently renovated with respect to its timeless aura and original bones, is at the crossroads to downtown and uptown entertaining, restaurants, music, shopping and business conferences.
It is minutes from downtown’s boisterous French Quarter scene, the theater and commerce Central Business District row and live jazz hub the Faubourg Marigny as well as uptown’s tony University Area (Tulane and Loyola), the youthful indie vibed shopping and fine dining Magazine Street sprawl alongside the Spanish moss-cloaked Audubon Park and Zoo.

Drive, stroll (recommended), bicycle or take the streetcar to randomly hop off at all points in between. From the magnificently decrepit cemeteries to grand architectural gems, oh, the things you will see.
Last year, the Pontchartrain Hotel began a major renovation, providing it current 21st Century amenities for business and pleasure while maintaining its clubby comfort-meets- sophisticated elegant carriage and a design scheme that mirrors the city’s tropically exotic indigenous color schemes and old school appointments.
The 106 room Garden District hotel, featuring luxury suites, roomy extended stay sprawls and anything but standard rooms. The Pontchartrain Hotel reopens in June 2016, with the addition of a panoramic rooftop and three additional dining and entertaining emporiums, including its social coaster Bayou Bar and balmy palm motif Caribbean Room. All will be overseen by James Beard Foundation award winning New Orleans chef John Besh. Like its flapper era origins of the past, occupants can expect that intimate feeling being “in-residence” affords/inspires.

Cooks/Food & Beverage interns wanted in New Orleans

One House Hospitality is seeking cooks and food and beverage interns to learn in the Bayou Bar, the Silverwhistle Café, the Caribbean Room, and the In-Room Dining Departments of The Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hotel

The Pontchartrain Hotel in collaboration with One House Hospitality Group and the John Besh Restaurant Group.

One House Hospitality is seeking cooks and food and beverage interns to learn in the Bayou Bar, the Silverwhistle Café, the Caribbean Room, and the In-Room Dining Departments of The Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Wage: $11-$14/hour

Candidates must have:

• Excellent English (speaking, writing and comprehension) Qualifications • Previous professional experience in the Culinary Division
field required.
• Flexibility and enthusiasm
Participants will experience an introduction to culinary Duties roles within the highly acclaimed John Besh Restaurant
Group.
Housing accommodations are acquired independently by the Accommodations participant with some assistance from IWH.

Location Description

Located in New Orleans’ historic Garden District area along the St. Charles Avenue carnival route, its 200-year-old oak trees draped with Mardi Gras beads, the Pontchartrain Hotel boasts the singular convenience of the city’s clanging streetcar line running directly to its doorstep. The storied New Orleans hotel, beloved by 

locals and recently renovated with respect to its timeless aura and original bones, is at the crossroads to downtown and uptown entertaining, restaurants, music, shopping and business conferences.
It is minutes from downtown’s boisterous French Quarter scene, the theater and commerce Central Business District row and live jazz hub the Faubourg Marigny as well as uptown’s tony University Area (Tulane and Loyola), the youthful indie vibed shopping and fine dining Magazine Street sprawl alongside the Spanish moss-cloaked Audubon Park and Zoo.

Drive, stroll (recommended), bicycle or take the streetcar to randomly hop off at all points in between. From the magnificently decrepit cemeteries to grand architectural gems, oh, the things you will see.
Last year, the Pontchartrain Hotel began a major renovation, providing it current 21st Century amenities for business and pleasure while maintaining its clubby comfort-meets- sophisticated elegant carriage and a design scheme that mirrors the city’s tropically exotic indigenous color schemes and old school appointments.
The 106 room Garden District hotel, featuring luxury suites, roomy extended stay sprawls and anything but standard rooms. The Pontchartrain Hotel reopens in June 2016, with the addition of a panoramic rooftop and three additional dining and entertaining emporiums, including its social coaster Bayou Bar and balmy palm motif Caribbean Room. All will be overseen by James Beard Foundation award winning New Orleans chef John Besh. Like its flapper era origins of the past, occupants can expect that intimate feeling being “in-residence” affords/inspires.
Cooks/Food & Beverage interns wanted in New Orleans

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