The IDEAL Cinema Employee

Working at Lafitte Cinema is the IDEAL student job!
We like to hire clean-cut, polite, energetic people with super-friendly personalities
who are not afraid to work. You MUST also love to smile!
You have to be at least 16 years of age
and we prefer to hire students in (or approaching) their junior year.
Positions are Part-Time (see below).
Lafitte Cinema is an Equal Opportunity Employer

What does the Job Involve?

Almost all cinema employees are cross-trained in all aspects of operations. Work duties include selling tickets and concessions, taking inventory, usher duties and general cleaning including
sweeping auditoriums between shows. Some employees are also trained upstairs in the booth to operate the movie projectors. Most employees favorite “job perk” (as you might expect) is that you get FREE ADMISSION to movies anytime!

Any Job Openings Right Now?

We don’t always have immediate openings BUT if you think Lafitte Cinema might like to hire you, we encourage you to apply on-line NOW. We do have frequent openings when employees go off to college or full-time work and we keep all our applications “open” for 4-5 months. We’ll contact you for an interview if we have an opening. Use the convenient on-line form on the right.....

What are the Hours?

We usually can schedule around your church, family, and school activities (sports, band, etc.). But, we are open 365 days a year so you will have to work some weekends and holidays. Typically new employees start out at 2-3 days a week and average 12-15 hours. More experienced workers can select up to 4 (even 5) days a week but they rarely work more than 32 hours a week.

When school is “in session” the cinema is open Monday through Thursday from 6:30 to 9:00 but most employees go home by 8:30 On weekends (Fri & Sat) the cinema is open from 1:30 to 11:30.

Most employees work a “split-shift” (Example: 1:30 - 4:30 and 6:00 to 9:30 (Off from 4:30 - 6:00). When school “is out” (all Summer, Christmas, Easter & Thanksgiving) employees typically work a “split shift” 

(See “weekends” above)