Since 1983, Hooters Girls have made a great living working at Hooters Restaurants around the world. Many have joined Hooters because of the great compensation, the high visibility, and the opportunity to learn teamwork, customer service, and many other life skills. Our over 400,000+ Hooters Girl Alumni have gone on to become lawyers, doctors, TV and radio personalities, models, moms and much, much more!
No matter what your hopes and dreams are, Hooters will provide you a platform where you can leverage your time in the orange shorts for life beyond the orange shorts. Hooters is a great place to learn and grow and make life-long friends. The Hooters culture will allow you to thrive and the company has put together an amazing benefits package to support your health and well-being.
Hooters Heart of House employees are an integral part of the day-to-day operations at every Hooters restaurant. Heart of House is responsible for consistently executing all Hooters kitchen systems and standards to provide the guest the highest quality food products. Heart of House adheres to all Hooters recipe specifications while preparing or cooking any Hooters menu item and is accountable for safe food handling, food quality standards, and picture perfect presentation. Heart of House demonstrates a willingness to be a team player, has a positive attitude, and meets all Hooters kitchen uniform and grooming standards.
The first face our customer sees at Hooters, ultimately responsible for greeting customers as they enter Hooters. This position must possess a personable and energetic personality to welcome and seat guests, ensuring their needs are accommodated. The Host recognizes and knows how to assist parties with children, large parties, businessmen/women and all other types of people that enter Hooters’ doors. The Host controls the flow of the restaurant through seating and to alleviate Hooters Girls from getting multiple tables at one time to ensure each guest gets an excellent service experience. The Host must be aware of new menu items and specials and be able to answer all questions about the menu. The Host may also act as the person responsible for selling Merchandise.
Many individuals over the years have made the decision to become Hooters Managers because of the great compensation, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to make a difference in the lives of peers, team members, guests and members of the local community.
Hooters is a great place to learn and cultivate a successful career in Hospitality. The development programs at Hooters provide skills to managers that not only make them strong restaurant managers and great leaders of people, but also leaders in their personal lives.
Our paid comprehensive training program is designed to train you for the skills necessary to be successful in your position, develop leadership qualities, and position you to advance within the organization.
Originally starting as an Assistant Manager in 2014, Adam is now a Training General Manager. Hooters has taught Adam to be patient and understanding when it comes to others. His success came from acknowledging and praising his fellow teammates!
Because of memorable childhood experiences at Hooters, Alex knew she wanted to join the Hooters Family. And so, in 2012, she did! With her outgoing personality and a company that cared, Alex knew she would thrive as the General Manager she is today!
Ashley started with the company as a Hooters Girl and in eight short years moved up into the Training General Manager position in Plano, Texas. Hooters helped Ashley experience a multitude of opportunities that shaped her into the leader she is today!