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Career Opportunities at City Park

City Park Employment Opportunities

New Orleans City Park employs full-time, part-time and seasonal employees. We offer a variety of job opportunities in a casual work environment surrounded by beautiful scenery.  Please see the bottom of this page for a list of current job openings (click on each name for description).

City Park is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free work place. Applications can be picked up at the City Park Administration Building office at 1 Palm Drive, New Orleans, LA 70124. You may submit your résumé by fax at (504) 483-9412 or e-mail it to hr@nocp.org.

ATTENTION: Please apply only for positions for which you are qualified. Applications not meeting the qualifications will be routed to a different department for a position you are qualified for or it will be filed. All applicants are subject to a drug test, background check, and all previous employment will be verified.

New Orleans City Park  participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

Applications can be picked up at the City Park Administration Building office at 1 Palm Drive, New Orleans, LA 70124.

Applications can be picked up at the City Park Administration Building office at 1 Palm Drive, New Orleans, LA 70124.

Downloads:

Catering Worker

Concessions Worker (Seasonal)

Station Chef

Bartender

Cashiers- Celebration in the Oaks (Seasonal)

Director of Recreational Services

Maintenance Attendant

Amusement Park Ride Operator

City Putt Cashier

*NEW* Concessions Team Leader (Seasonal)

TWEETS FROM THE PARK:

  • Republic National Distributing Co. will be debut a new vodka at the CITO Preview Party: Wheatley Vodka! bit.ly/10429yN
  • The FestivalGrounds is closed to the public/a portion of BigLake is closed until Voodoo Fest has vacated the premises.
  • Storyland will not be open today.

CITY PARK FACTS:

Dedicated in the memory of Angele M. Langles for her gift to the park, the Langles Bridge (1902) behind Casino Building is a popular for spot for wedding ceremonies and landscape painters. Angele and her mother died on the morning of July 4, 1898 when the French steamboat, La Bourgogne, sank after colliding with a British ship in the North Atlantic.