Friday, December 31, 2010

Culinary Trainee onboard a 6* Cruise Ship

Job Description:

We are offering a 6 month traineeship, exclusively in the Galley section of a 6* Cruise ship.

The trainee will be exposed to all aspects of the Galley department, involved in producing the highest quality dishes in line with all outlets onboard.

The program will run for 6 months, with the Trainee rotating on a monthly basis around various stations and outlets, to gain the maximum exposure onboard.

Candidates will require a culinary diploma from a recognised school as well as some experience in the industry in high volume and good qulity establishments.

The salary for the placement will be discussed at time of interview.  

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This is your chance if you are looking for getting experience whilst doing cruise jobs

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Monday, December 27, 2010

Human Resources Manager

Job Description:

 We are currently searching for Human Resources Managers.  The emphasis of this position is on core functions such as: organizational development and effectiveness; employee relations; training and development; performance management; conflict resolution; employee promotions/transfers; berthing compliance; progressive disciplinary action; employee turnover and retention; time and attendance and; ongoing HR management/administration.  The HR Manager will provide assistance and support to all senior officers and onboard management when dealing with human resources issues.

More than 40,000 people have already selected Royal Caribbean International to be their employer and so should you!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Facilitate a culture of commitment to the company's values, standards, operating philosophies and overall business strategy.

 

  • Serve as a strategic partner to the shipboard leadership by providing human resource direction and guidance on all employee related issues.

 

  • Promote organizational effectiveness by implementing and monitoring issues relating to positive employee relations

 

  • Monitor the company's performance management system. Coach all management on the methods and means of fair and consistent performance management processes.

 

  • Monitor and assess employee morale and develop strategies to enhance overall employee satisfaction.

 

  • Oversee activities relating to sign on and sign off procedures, crew travel, cruise privileges, berthing, air/travel arrangements, service hours and all other issues related to crew welfare.

 

  • Support and educate the management on the company's progressive disciplinary procedure. Coach all management on the methods, means and rationale of fair and consistent progressive discipline.

 

  • Provide direction and guidance to the Training & Development Manager to ensure ongoing leadership development and required training is conducted under corporate compliance objectives.

 

  • Support the Staff Captain in all investigations involving crew.

 

Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor's degree (or foreign equivalent) from an accredited university or college in Human Resources, Business Administration, Psychology or related field is required.

 

  • Five to ten years progressive Human Resources management experience.

 

  • Minimum three years in employee relations; investigating, negotiating and resolving grievances and conflicts, preferably in a multi-cultural diverse environment.

 

  • Possess a clear understanding of processes that will enable the administration of progressive disciplinary action through coaching and counseling to improve performance or recommend termination of employment.

 

  • Ability to read, write and speak English fluently and clearly.

 

  • Ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training

 

  • Ability to accommodate a 4 month on/2 month off contract

 

 

***PLEASE KINDLY APPLY TO THIS POSITION ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE TO BE CONSIDERED: ***

 

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Monday, December 20, 2010

Staff Engineer

Job Description:

He is in all aspects, the representative of the Chief Engineer.

He must be qualified and ready to relieve the Chief Engineer at any time, if necessary.

He is the "Senior" officer responsible to the Chief Engineer for the efficiency and maintenance of all ship’s machinery, systems and equipment.

He will assist the Safety Officer with particular regard to safety standards in the engine rooms.

He ensures that spares and consumables inventories are updated.

He co-operate with the Chief Engineer for planning of maintenance and repair works within and outside the engine room.

He is responsible for prevention of accidents and the safety of the machinery department personnel. To this end he closely follows the instructions and the company’s procedures; for this he is appointed as responsible for Accident Prevention within the machinery department. He is the Officer responsible for the management of work permits within the engine room while work permits necessary for work to be carried out outside the engine room under the responsibility of the External Engineer (Hotel Engineer).

He collaborates with the Safety Officer for maintenance of the efficiency of all the safety systems (rescue, fire-fighting etc.) and of all the safety equipment within the engine room.

He arranges in conjunction with the Safety Officer the general and partial emergency drills, in particular those referred to fire fighting.

He puts into effect the instructions of the Chief Engineer, he trains and directs the machinery department personnel, Officers included, and looks after his department’s archive and keeps it updated.

He prepares monthly reports to be handed to the Chief Engineer.

He prepares handover reports at disembarkation.

Profile:

Profile:

Certificate of Competency: IMO III/2 (First officer or more – no limitation for other than ro-ro vessels)

Basic safety training + PSCRB + Crowd and crisis courses (V.3 par. 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8)

Age: 35 – 55

Previous Experience: on cruise vessels as a  chief engineer or as a staff engineer

Good leadership, senior experience on vessels.

Rotation:  4 months on / 2 months off

Good benefits on board.

Looking for that position of Staff Engineer on board cruise ships, then this is for you. If you are after other positions check out my other site on cruise line jobs links.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Casino Dealer

Job Description:

***PLEASE KINDLY APPLY TO THIS POSITION ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE TO BE CONSIDERED: *** 

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At Royal Caribbean International, we believe that great vacations begin with great employees!  As a leader in the cruise line industry, RCI is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic, energetic, experienced professionals to join our team.  With our innovative fleet of twenty-one ships visiting five continents, each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this could be a great opportunity to let your career set sail with us.

Forget Las Vegas and let Royal Caribbean make the entire world your playground. Join our dynamic team as a Dealer aboard the most exciting floating casinos and resorts in the world. Deal Blackjack in Macau, Roulette in Monaco, or Caribbean Stud in Cancun and interact with guests from every corner of the world. If you are done gambling with your future, we have a jackpot position for you. Remember, working at Royal Caribbean is more than a job, it's a career!  

Minimum Requirements:

  • Proof of completion of Gaming Board and/or Commission approved dealer school or international equivalency  
  • Two years dealer experience conducting Blackjack, Dice, American Roulette, Caribbean Stud Poker and various other casino games  
  • Ability to rapidly discern the numbers on dice, cards, wheels, etc. and determine the outcome of the game  
  • Ability to communicate tactfully with guests, department heads and shipboard employees to resolve problems  
  • Ability to stand for an extended period of time  
  • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly 
  • All international applicants must have the ability to obtain C1/D1 visa  (and other relevant visas) when applicable  
  • Must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training  

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Celebrity Cruises

Invaluable apprenticeships aboard the world's premiere cruise line for the right individuals. 
Currently accepting applications for Apprentice Deck Officers. http://on.fb.me/eJUetj

Celebrity Cruise  careers at sea

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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Facility Manager

Job Description:

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At Royal Caribbean International, we believe that great vacations begin with great employees!  As a leader in the cruise line industry, RCI is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic, energetic, experienced professionals to join our team.  With our innovative fleet of twenty-one ships visiting five continents, each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this could be a great opportunity to let your career set sail with us.

We are currently seeking Facilities Managers to join our team.  More than 40,000 people have already selected Royal Caribbean International to be their employer and so should you!

Reports to: Hotel Director

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Continually develop original and fresh techniques to enhance the facilities process onboard.
  • Create and enforce effective preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Responsible for the delivery of standards, efficiencies, service, and quality within the facilities department onboard
  • Develop and promote success of the supervisory teams in the facilities department
  • Enforce and follow USPH (United States Public Health) standards, safety, environmental for all assigned areas.
  • Perform related duties as required

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Completion of high school, basic or vocational education equivalency preferred
  • Three to five years of experience in facilities management a 4 or 5 star hotel, cruise line or other hospitality related industry
  • Proven ability to achieve operational results in an international environment required
  • Ability to achieve excellence in service through assessment techniques, quality service standards and guest satisfaction evaluation
  • Demonstrated experience in motivating, leading and engagement of a diverse workforce to increase synergy and improve productivity
  • Ability to participate in emergency life saving drills and required training
  • Ability to fluently read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly at an advanced
    level
  • Ability to work onboard 4 months, with 2 month vacation to follow per contract

Click the links above for Facility Managers position for those great cruise jobs.

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Cabin Stateroom Attendant (housekeeping)

Job Description:

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of one year or one contract previous cleaning experience in an upscale hotel,
  • resort or cruise line (shipboard experience preferred).
  • Knowledge of proper cleaning techniques, requirements and use of equipment.
  • Knowledge of proper chemical handling.
  • Ability to apply customer service skills, according to Pillars of Safety, Service and Style, when interacting with guests and coworkers.
  • Completion of high school or basic education equivalency preferred

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Recruiting in Europe contact allcruisejobs

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Recruitment Days in Europe for: Chefs / Barstaff / Housekeeping for 5 star Cruiseliner

Reference: ACJ-AF368
Date:
November 7, 2010
Category: Accommodation Jobs
Recruiter: Elite International Recruitment
Salary: tba
Applications: 48 candidates have already applied for the job

Job Description:

We are a dynamic recruitment and professional services organisation that works directly for many of the world´s leading Hospitality and Cruiseline Companies.

At this moment we are seeking for a prestigious 5 star Cruiseline various of Experts to join their Team onboard their vessels!

This month (October) Recruitment Days are held in the following citys:

Turku / Lissabon / Southampton / Berlin / Antwerp / Stockholm


If you are interested in one of the Positions, please send us a mail or/and  CV @ HIDDEN LINK - PLEASE LOGIN

you can also find us on Facebook: Ele Int-Cruisejobs


We are looking forward to hear from you

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Provision Master for Shipboard position

For great cruise jobs position click here, for Provision Master position click links below for Office Jobs and RAG.
Reference: Provision Master
Date:
November 2, 2010
Category: Office Jobs - Shipboard
Recruiter: R.A.G. Safety and Marine
Salary: not specified
Applications: 2 candidates have already applied for the job

Job Description:

R.A.G. Safety & Marine is looking for one Provision Master.

Must have MXP and Cruise Ship experience.

English mandatory.

Please note:

 Only applications from candidates form Western Europe and Central Europe will be accepted.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

BiLingual Cruise Host

For an exciting Cruise Jobs position as a BiLingual Cruise Host

If you like to speak in public, know how to use a microphone and like to be the soul of the party, this is the perfect position for you. This position will be in charge of hosting and participating in all recreational and social activities on board the largest cruise liners in the seven seas.

Contact allcruisejobs  by clicking this link on left.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Monday, October 18, 2010

Chief Electrical Engineer

Job Description:

Outstanding Opportunity

ResidenSea, the South Florida based management company that operates The World is seeking an Chief Electrical Engineer to join our on board Deck and Engine Team. The World is the finest private luxury ship in the world and the only residential community of its kind at sea, where its Residents travel the world without leaving home.  Please visit hidden link - please login for information on this very special lifestyle.

Chief Electrical Engineer

This role is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the entire electrical plant and associated electrical systems.  The Chief Electrical Engineer shall possess a full understanding of the Safety Management System; responsibilities of the Safety Organization per the Emergency Plan.  As well as, supervise the electrical personnel and the coordination of maintenance and repair requests.  This role will assist the Chief Engineer with the electrical department budget proposal and monitoring.

Contract:  10 weeks onboard/10 weeks paid vacation.

Additional Compensation:  Currency fluctuation program and bonus program.

Benefits:  Fully paid transportation to and from the vessel, reimbursement on all pre-joining expenses including medical and visas, fully paid medical coverage, tuition reimbursement program, 5% matching retirement plan and more.

Qualification Requirements:  Diploma from a recognized and approved Maritime Technical College or an Advanced Maritime certificate.  As well as Marine Electro Automation, Marine Electrical Engineer, Ship’s Electrician Certificate of Competency or equivalent.  As well as excellent English communication skills, impeccable grooming, well organized, strong team and client service oriented personality.

Click the links above for this awesome cruise ship jobs position.

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Shore Excursions Manager

Job Description:

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Celebrity Cruises is looking for inspired global professionals who believe in success through commitment and pride to join our expanding family. As an industry leader in service and innovation, we provide a working environment that fosters career growth and development for our onboard team members. With a fleet of innovative cruise ships, each offering guests a premium vacation experience, there are almost countless opportunities to join us at sea. Join our team today as Shore Excursions Manager

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for the operation of the shipboard Shore Excursion program.
  • Must have a clear understanding of revenue and ratings goals for the department, and how to achieve them.
  • Maintains an inventory of available tours on a cruise-by-cruise basis.  Updates computer system accordingly.
  • Supervises, coaches, and evaluates the Assistant Shore Excursion Manager and other staff members
  • Prepares tour information sheet and drop-off forms. 
  • Provides and delivers tour talk to audience. 
  • Maintains tour sales budgeted figures.
  • Maintains shipboard shore excursion video.  Rewrites scripts when necessary.  Works with Video Programmers/Broadcast Manager to shoot footage as needed.
  • Manages the Shore Excursion desk including guest services regarding tour sales, refund issues, and general port and ship information.
  • Generates revenue reports and Manager's information reports including notable events that happen during the cruise.
  • Meets with Tour Operators in the ports.  Reviews past and future progress. 
  • Inspects new excursions in ports, and monitors tours on a rotating basis in order to constantly review quality control.
  • Financial responsibilities for budget, expenses and/or achievement of revenue targets including the successful identification of expense reduction through cost control.
  • Mentors, develops and provides on-the-job training to his/her staff to strengthen their current performance and prepare for future advancement.

Job requirements

  • Minimum of two years experience Managing a Shore Excursion program on a large passenger ship.
  • Knowledge of ports and tours is required.
  • Ability to hit sales targets.  Sales background is beneficial.
  • Excellent public speaking and public relations skills.
  • Ability to speak English clearly, distinctly and cordially with guests and crew.
  • Ability to read and write English in order to understand and interpret written procedures.
  • Ability to speak additional languages such as Spanish, French, Italian or German preferred.
  • Very strong communication, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal skills.
  • Superior customer service, teambuilding and conflict resolution skills.
  • Strong planning, coaching, organizing, staffing, controlling, and evaluating skills.
  • Intermediate computer software skills required.
  • Possess a good understanding of numbering flow "Debits/Credits", adjusting entries and corrections.
  • All shipboard employees must be physically able to participate in emergency life saving procedures and drills.

Because of the high volume of responses, only those who meet our qualifications will receive a response.

Cruise Ship Jobs get that Shore Excursions Manager position, to apply click on the links above.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Junior Cruise Ship Photographer

Job Description:

Want to build a fantastic career with one of the world's largest onboard Photo Concessionaire? Want more than just a job? We are looking for ambitious, motivated photographers to work for IMAGE. IMAGE employs more than 500 staff members to work onboard over 48 ships located in multiple locations around the world. We operate on eight lines including industry recognized leaders such as Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Norwegian, and Cunard.

We hire Junior Photographers and we TRAIN you to become Business Managers. The experience gained while working with IMAGE will provide you with enough knowledge, experience, and savings, to open your own business or studio once you have committed to working for IMAGE.

Successful candidates will be flown to Miami for a full week of training which is provided by IMAGE at no expense to the staff.

All IMAGE staff must:

  • Have 2 or more years of photography experience
  • Live and work onboard a cruise ship for 6-8 months
  • Pass a full medical exam
  • Meet the requirements of our pre-employment testing and interviewing
  • Purchase a personal Nikon SLR camera body at cost from IMAGE once onboard
  • No visible tattoos
  • To work on a Cruise ship you have to over 21 years of age.

Cruise Jobs for all those photographers out there looking for that positon on a cruise ship.

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Casino Dealer

Job Description:

***PLEASE KINDLY APPLY TO THIS POSITION ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE TO BE CONSIDERED: *** 

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At Royal Caribbean International, we believe that great vacations begin with great employees!  As a leader in the cruise line industry, RCI is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic, energetic, experienced professionals to join our team.  With our innovative fleet of twenty-one ships visiting five continents, each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this could be a great opportunity to let your career set sail with us.

Forget Las Vegas and let Royal Caribbean make the entire world your playground. Join our dynamic team as a Dealer aboard the most exciting floating casinos and resorts in the world. Deal Blackjack in Macau, Roulette in Monaco, or Caribbean Stud in Cancun and interact with guests from every corner of the world. If you are done gambling with your future, we have a jackpot position for you. Remember, working at Royal Caribbean is more than a job, it's a career!  

Minimum Requirements:

  • Proof of completion of Gaming Board and/or Commission approved dealer school or international equivalency  
  • Two years dealer experience conducting Blackjack, Dice, American Roulette, Caribbean Stud Poker and various other casino games  
  • Ability to rapidly discern the numbers on dice, cards, wheels, etc. and determine the outcome of the game  
  • Ability to communicate tactfully with guests, department heads and shipboard employees to resolve problems  
  • Ability to stand for an extended period of time  
  • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly 
  • All international applicants must have the ability to obtain C1/D1 visa  (and other relevant visas) when applicable  
  • Must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training  

Cruise Jobs - get that Casino Dealer position with Royal Caribbean

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Cruise Ship Photographer

Job Description:

Ship Photographers / Retail

You must be over 21 years old in excellent health, and be prepared to travel the world aboard a Luxury Cruise Ship!!

This dynamic team provides complete shipboard photography services which include guest photography, portraiture, guest film processing and onboard retail sales of photography equipment and accessories.

QUALIFICATIONS

Formal training in Photography / Videography / Retail or professional experience is preferable, but not essential. Must be friendly, helpful, honest and project a professional image.

CONTRACT

Job offer is subject to a successful medical,visa application and Police Check.

This will be a rolling contract of 8 months on 6 weeks off and then 6 to 8 months on and so on.

INTERVIEW

Manchester, UK 2010 date to be confirmed

CV

Please e-mail your CV

Cruise Jobs that ships photographer job just for you.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Pastry Trainee onboard a 6* luxury cruise ship-Cruise Jobs

Job Description:

 

We are offering a 6 month traineeship, exclusively in the Pastry section of a 6* Cruise ship.

The trainee will be exposed to all aspects of the pastry department, involved in breads, chocolate, pulled sugar, desserts, afternoon tea, ice cream, speciality cakes and much more.

Candidates will require a culinary diploma from a recognised school as well as having completed specialist pastry courses.

The salary for the placement will be discussed at time of interview.  

Please email your CV and photo's of your work to lhodgson@vhospitality.net

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Friday, September 3, 2010

Cruise Staff-Cruise Jobs

Job Description:

The Seven Seas Group and SSG Evropa form a dedicated team of recruitment professionals with nearly 20 years of experience in the cruising industry. We are currently seeking motivated, energetic and flexible candidates to work onboard leading cruise liners. If you possess excellent communication, great customer service skills and have some experience in the related field then please send your up to date resume with a short motivation letter to danielle.hitchen-straver@ssg.eu.com.

Cruisestaff hosts and participates in shipboard recreational, entertainment and social programs geared towards adults and families. Serves as master of ceremonies to motivate, inform and entertain small and large groups of guests. Ideal candidate speaks besides English at least one other major language

Cruise Jobs, get that cruise staff job, just right for you.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Cruise Ship Jobs Resource Center

Finding that special Cruise Jobs for you.


Find the latest vacancies, extensive contact directories, job descriptions, how-to employment articles, crew interviews and tools and resources for careers at sea and much more! Plus join in our ever popular Discussion Forum moderated by REAL crew members and hiring experts.
 
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Summer Seasonal Alaska Cruise Ship Jobs

Cruise Ship Jobs

Cruise Ship Jobs

Cruise Ship Jobs

Working on a cruise ship is an excellent way to make money out of Alaskan tourism. Alaskan cruises are some of the most popular vacations to take and cruise lines sail the waters of Alaska in both the summer months as well as in the winter. Therefore, while seasonal employment does exist in the summer for cruise ship jobs (when cruising is most popular) it is also available in the winter. Those willing to work longer than just one season are in incredibly high demand because the cruise lines aren’t required to re-train dedicated employees. Those who stick with it for longer than one season often move up to higher earning positions.

Cruise ships, because of their sheer size have a variety of positions available. Thus, at any given time there are almost always open jobs. The cruise ship industry makes millions of dollars in revenue each year and the field is certainly growing. Therefore, working for a cruise ship represents an excellent way to earn money and see the world. If seasonal employment is your only concern and you are simply looking for a good way to earn money, there is no need for you to apply to cruise lines that run specifically out of Alaska. You can apply at any time and be on your way to seeing the world in no time! Some potential employees however, are eager to see specific parts of the world (like Alaska for example) and thus, apply for cruise lines that sail in one specific area. This is equally as common and while limiting yourself to a cruise line that sails only one area of the world might in turn limit your job opportunities, procuring a job on a cruise line is infamous in terms of good seasonal work and high earning potentials.

Cruise ship jobs are like fishing jobs in many ways. The hours can be long and sleeping conditions tight and isolated. One of the largest complaints from cruise ship employees is the hours in which you are working. Because most jobs require employees to stay on the ship it can begin to feel as if you are working 24-hours a day. However, the long hours always translate into high paychecks and like fishing jobs, the potential to earn is incredibly high because your employer often pays for most of the living expenses.  Therefore room and board, food costs and medical expenses are either all paid, or represent very low costs for employees.

Also like fishing jobs, some of the best cruise ship jobs are unadvertised, so finding the right one can be tricky. Sending out applications and researching the industry are the best ways to procure a cruise ship job. Knowing the positions you are qualified for, and applying well in advance will increase your chances of finding the seasonal employment as well as the paycheck of your dreams.

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Great cruise ship jobs and fishing jobs....

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Casino cashiers and dealers

Job Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION:

R.A.G. Safety and Marine is looking for Casino cashiers and dealers. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.

Candidates that are applying for casino cashiers/slot attendants do not require to have previous experience in the gaming industry as we offer one week - ten days training.
All casino dealers should at least have 2 years experience, and the candidates that will be applying for managerial positions, need to have more than 8 years experience. Note also that managers do work on live tables.

Full accommodation on board the vessels is provided and a medical health insurance plan with IPH for all the employees.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:

English and Italian speaking mandatory (Greek and Arab a plus).

Casino cashiers, dealers check this out.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Cruise Ship Photographer

Job Description:

Ship Photographers / Retail

You must be over 21 years old in excellent health, and be prepared to travel the world aboard a Luxury Cruise Ship!!

This dynamic team provides complete shipboard photography services which include guest photography, portraiture, guest film processing and onboard retail sales of photography equipment and accessories.

QUALIFICATIONS

Formal training in Photography / Videography / Retail or professional experience is preferable, but not essential. Must be friendly, helpful, honest and project a professional image.

CONTRACT

Job offer is subject to a successful medical,visa application and Police Check.

This will be a rolling contract of 8 months on 6 weeks off and then 6 to 8 months on and so on.

INTERVIEW

Manchester, UK 2010 date to be confirmed

CV

Please e-mail your CV

Hi, great opportunity, for anyone in UK at this time

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Shop Manager for small boutique

Job Description:

We are searching for an experienced onboard Shop Manager to open and work on a new ship.

You will not only work in the shop, but also help the reception desk when needed.

You will need to have previous shop assistant experience to be considered for this position.

All candidates are required to speak FLUENT French, German and English and have good IT skills.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your application.

Salary to be discussed at time of interview, and will be paid in Euros.

Immediate start.

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Monday, March 15, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Photographer

Job Description:

Carnival Cruise Lines sis eeking a experienced photographers ot join their international team. You must be over 21 years of age, able to commit to a 6 month contract at sea starting within the next month or so, and hold a US passport.

Equipment, Uniform, Food and Accomodation all provided by Carnival Cruise Lines.

Please apply by sending your resume, 2-3 examples of your work and a photograph of yourself to nicola@cast-a-way.com ASAP

For those of you looking for a photographer cruise job....

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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Sales Assistant - South Africans only

Job Description:


This career at sea offers a 6 month on 2 month off contract. You will receive 500 US Dollars basic per month plus commision of $500 - $700 per month. Total salary averages $1000 - 1200 USD tax free. Shared accomodation and meals are provided while on board.

Please note that we are only able to recruit for South Africa. If you are not SA please do not send your resume as we will not be able to help you. Minimum requirements for this position (please do not apply if you do not meet all of these requirements as your application will be discarded)

2 years retail experience in a high volume upmarket store
Matric
Basic computer skills
Strong sales skills
Outgoing personality
Promotional skills/visual merchandising experience a plus but not required

For further information or to apply, please click on the link below:
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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Cruise Coordinators

Job Description:

The vessels offer 7day cruises which are scheduled in three different itineraries in Greece and occasional charter cruises. 45-50 guests each with an international crew of 16-18 members.

As Cruise Coordinator you will be responsible for guest satisfaction in terms of information and port lectures, program organization with activities, excursions (info/booking/escorting) and "onboard" entertainment, promotion of the company, problem solving and general guest assistance when needed, full weekly detailed reports.

Requirements:

  • Fluent English & German. Greek or other European languages an advantage.
  • Minimum of 2/3 years experience is a similar position, preferably at sea
  • Tourism of other hospitality related studies
  • Computer literacy
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to speak in public, ability to work in a team and under pressure
  • Excellent personal presentation

Contracts: 6-8 months (April-October approx.)

Salary range: 1600 - 2000 Euros/month

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Monday, February 22, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Purser - large cruise ship

Job Description:

Reporting to the Hotel Director and responsible for managing and directing the Human Resources Officer, Information Services Officer, Paymaster, Printer and respective Clerks your principle role will be the responsibility for the overall onboard accounting and administration; cash handling and cash flow, payroll; all crew affairs; Customs and Immigration compliance; vessel clearance into and out of port; vessel's Print shop.

Previous cruise ship experience in similar role essential

Excellent personal appearance and communication skills

Fluent English required

Excellent finance/payroll knowledge & experience

Strong experience of immigration / port clearance / HR

Excellent level of computer literacy

Salary: 130 USD / day

Start date: ASAP

Purser position, apply to allcruisejobs.com

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Photographer Jobs on Cruise Ships

All About Photographer Jobs on Cruise Ships


Photographers on cruise ships know how to do much more than take pictures. They motivate passengers, show passengers how to have a good time, and they hustle to make the bucks. Professional photographers on cruise ships work either solo or as part of a 6-7 member team under the direction of an seasoned Chief Photographer. In addition to a can-do attitude, friendly personality, and the ability to multi-task, photographers on cruise ships must have the ability to make split-second shots of passengers, process and develop photographs, set the stage if needed, and operate a wide range of cameras.

Photographers on cruise ships work on commission only. A good photographer can earn anywhere from $300 on the low end up to $1,000 on the high end per week. A big part of a photographers job is to catch passengers as the board the ship, shake hands with the captain, walk through gangways, dine in restaurants, leave the ship at various ports, and party. These photographs are placed on display where passengers can purchase them. This means, photographers are constantly on deadline to get the pictures on display, so that they can sell quickly. This part of the job equals big commissions for these professionals.

If you%u2019re interested in becoming a photographer on cruise ships and you have solid, verifiable skills and references, you can get started by choosing several cruise lines you%u2019re most interested in. You can locate the cruise lines%u2019 OFFICIAL website by visiting the Ships and Cruises Directory for official listings. Once you have located the site, visit the website and search around for job postings. Most cruise line websites have a career center or job postings page. If the cruise line lists photography job openings, be sure to follow the application procedure to the letter. Applicants that do not follow directions are typically passed over in favor of those that do. If the cruise line does not list job openings on its site, send a polished cover letter and resume to the cruise lines Human Resources Department. The Human Resources Department is typically located at the cruise lines headquarters. This information is usually listed on the cruise line website as well. It is important to include the position you are interested in so that it can be directed to the appropriate department manager.

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About Working on Cruise Ships

So what%u2019s it like working on cruise ships? For starters, it%u2019s fun. Next, there%u2019s lots of freedom. And finally, just about everything is free. Now, just how much fun, freedom, and free stuff you will enjoy will depend on where you fall in the ship hierarchy. Let us explain. Ship employees fall into one of three main categories: officer, staff, and crew. Officers are at the top of the hierarchy. They wear the stripes and enjoy superior accommodations. They also have free access to all ship facilities, and they enjoy the highest salaries. Captains average anywhere from $6,000-$10,000 per month, staff captains typically earn $5,000-$7,000 per month, and first officers earn around $4,000-$5,000 per month. Can you imagine earning this amount of money plus paid expenses?

Staff members (not staff captains) are second in the hierarchy. These individuals work in retail shops, casinos, and spas. They are also photographers, entertainers, cruise staff, and concession staff. These individuals enjoy unlimited access to passenger areas and they are allowed more time off in port than officers. Most officers have to remain onboard in order to %u201Cman%u201D the ship while docked. Staff member salaries vary greatly depending on the position. For example, hospitality managers may earn anywhere from $4,000-$4,800 per month, while retail salespersons may earn $1,400-2,000 per month.

Crewmembers are last in the hierarchy. These individuals make up the largest population of workers on the ship. Crewmembers are non-managerial bar and restaurant personnel, cleaning staff, cabin stewards, galley and laundry personnel, and deck hands. Crewmembers do not have as many privileges as officers and staff members. They have access to the %u201Ccrew bar,%u201D and they must share accommodations with one or more co-workers. That said, there are several advantages to being a crewmember.

Crewmembers make a significant amount of income in tips, they have lots of room to grow, and they can spend more time having fun at various ports of call rather than remaining on the ship. It is not uncommon for crewmembers to turn down a promotion if it means losing his freedom and his tips! Crewmembers salaries vary greatly depending on the position. For example, a cocktail waiter may earn around $1,600-$2,400 per month, while laundry staff may earn anywhere from $1,000-$1,400 per month.

Now that you know how things work on board, your place, and how much you can expect to make, it%u2019s time to gather your belongings and head out to sea. Most new ship employees end up packing everything but the kitchen sink on their first working trip. Fortunately, you don%u2019t have to bring much. Remember, ships are like little cities at sea. You will have access to grocery stores, clothing stores, pharmacies, salons, health clubs, bookstores, libraries, cyber cafes, and more, so the most important things to remember are: all of your identifying information (passport, driver%u2019s license, state ID, Insurance cards, etc.), and any medications (or prescriptions). If you%u2019re an entertainer, don%u2019t forget your costume, accessories, and any necessary equipment. For all workers, check with the ship ahead of time to inquire about dress codes, but more than likely, you will have to wear a uniform while working. So, that%u2019s it %u2013 you%u2019re ready to go!

For more information about cruise ship jobs, pick up a copy of Working on Cruise Ships by Sandra Bow (Globe Pequot Press, Guilford, Connecticut).

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Krop: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., is looking for an Interactive Developer

Great vacations begin with great employees!

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is one of the world's leading and revolutionary cruise lines. The company operates under the Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity and Azamara Club brands.

Currently the fleet has 31 ships in service visiting over 180 attractive destinations.

Combine your experience and sense of adventure by joining our exciting land-based team of employees. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is pleased to offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, excellent career development opportunities, each offering unique ways to explore the world.

Join our team as an Interactive Developer!

Position Summary:

Provide a brief (3-4 sentence) description that describes the nature and level of work. The Position Summary should state why the job exists.

Celebrity Cruises.com is looking for an Interactive Developer to join our rapidly growing team.

Reporting to the Web Innovations Director you will be an open-minded problem solver with excellent attention to detail, a willingness to learn and a drive to create the best interactive experiences. Your portfolio should include a good range of flash animation and interactive design, and show off your vision as much as your technical ability.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

List the 8-10 key areas of responsibility in descending order, with the responsibility requiring the most amount of time first. Use specific action verbs such as "manages", "analyzes", "files", etc.

  • Produce design mockups & clickable prototypes
  • Produce production ready CSS, HTML and Javascript
  • Learn how to navigate our backend code
  • Concept and execute and/or work closely with the Creative and Art Directors to concept and develop Flash projects for Web sites, online rich media ad units, presentations and other animations.
  • Transform static layouts and concepts from Art Directors' Photoshop files into dynamic final animations.
  • Create comps and animations that outline in further detail campaign concepts.
  • Explore creative a solution for technical challenges that may arise.
  • Help create a seamless process and identify when process can be improved.
  • Create re-usable code
  • Candidate must be able to develop dynamic Flash applications with database connectivity and XML.

Qualifications:

List the minimum level of education and experience required to perform the work at the entry level of the job.

  • BA / BS Degree in Media Arts, Computer Science or related area and 7 years of experience in a job/project where you developed multiple web apps from scratch
  • Experience developing css-driven html pages/Flash (landing pages, html "include" files, emails, microsites, etc.).
  • 2 years web / interactive development experience.
  • Mastery of CSS, HTML and Javascript Standards compliant XHTML, CSS & JavaScript, Server-side coding such in PHP or ASP.NET and Basic database design.
  • Experience integrating backend intensive structures into a Flash environment.
  • Strong foundation in visual/interface design, motion graphics and UI design.
  • Detailed and organized / Excellent communicator
  • Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

Knowledge and Skills:

List specific knowledge and skills necessary to perform this job related to the Essential Duties and Responsibilities identified above. Specific physical and/or cognitive requirements that are essential parts of the job (lifting, standing for extended periods of time, attention to detail, hearing, carrying, moving, pushing/pulling, climbing, etc.), should be described clearly and precisely.

  • Posses a background that includes: Senior Flash Developer, Flash Designer, Actionscript and have worked within an agency environment or internal creative team.
  • Object-oriented programming and design
  • ActionScript 2.0/3.0
  • A thorough understanding of OO programming (Classes & Objects) in ActionScript 2.0
  • Flash 10 and its new features: 3-D transformation and animation capabilities, filters, file references, etc
  • A practical understanding of loading and parsing XML into Flash
  • Familiarity with using Event Listeners and Custom Events
  • Animation (keyframed and programmatic)
  • Knowledge of PhotoShop, Illustrator, JavaScript, CSS, XHTML
  • Experience with coding Flash to be used in conjunction with a Content Management System

RCL is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

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Monday, February 1, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Associate Hotel Director

Job Description:

Royal Caribbean is looking for exceptional leaders to join our fleet of award-winning cruise ships that sail the globe. We provide a working environment that fosters career growth and development for our onboard team members; and our innovative and pioneering cruise ships offer our guests an unforgettable vacation experience. There are countless opportunities to join us at sea, so join our team today as an Associate Hotel Director. Royal Caribbean is continuing to build more ships, including the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, which will be the largest passenger cruise ships in the world!

WHY WORK FOR ROYAL CARIBBEAN?

At Royal Caribbean, we believe in helping our valuable members grow and build successful careers for life. Shipboard employees receive a wide range of benefits and learning opportunities, while working with a worldwide enterprise that is a leader in the cruise industry. If you are looking for an opportunity to expand your career and really make a difference, apply now to join our renowned shipboard staff!

Your career begins with the challenge of fulfilling the role of Hotel Director, for two months and Food and Beverage, for two months. Successful candidates will be considered for regular Hotel Director assignments based on their successful performance. This position also includes four months vacation per year.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management, Business Administration or related field from an accredited college or university, or the international equivalent preferred
  • Five or more years successful and progressive leadership experience in a four or five star hotel or resort, with exemplary operational experience in Food and Beverage. Additional Front Office, and Housekeeping experience preferred
  • Exceptional communication skills that deliver results in issues with government authorities, crew and guests
  • Ability to manage international staff in a positive and productive manner
  • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and distinctly
  • Must be able to accommodate a 4 months on / 2 months off contract schedule
  • Strong communication skills in additional languages are desired
  • All shipboard employees must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation, including the participation in life-saving procedures and drills.
  • All international applicants must have the ability to obtain a C1/D visa

Because of the high volume of responses, only those who meet our qualifications will receive a response.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Jobs

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Cruise Ship Jobs - Training & Development Manager

Job Description:

Training and Development Manager

Celebrity Cruises is looking for inspired global professionals who believe in success through commitment and pride to join our expanding family. As an industry leader in service and innovation, we provide a working environment that fosters career growth and development for our onboard team members. With a fleet of innovative cruise ships, each offering guests a premium vacation experience, there are almost countless opportunities to join us at sea. Join our team today as Training and Development Manager!

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide professional internal consulting that creates measurable performance solutions and long-term growth and development for all Royal Caribbean employees.
  • Confer with management to gain knowledge of specific work.
  • Maintain training records of the staff
  • Consult with management to conduct training and development needs analysis that identifies what knowledge and skills of officers, staff and crew need to perform at or above our brand performance standards.
  • Full accountability for the execution and delivery of the New Hire Welcome and Orientation programs for all new shipboard employees joining the company
  • Audit and prepare reports for shore side and shipboard management of employee training.
  • Conduct training sessions covering specified areas such as on-the-job training, diversity, harassment, ethics, guest service, sales techniques, health and safety practices, public relations, refresher training, leadership and managerial training, and promotional development.
  • Monitor and report employee progress during training periods.

Job requirements

  • 2 years progressive T&D and customer service experience
  • Must have experience facilitating company training sessions
  • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent)
  • HR Generalist experience an asset
  • Experience in cruise or hospitality related industry highly preferred
  • Ability to read, write, and speak English clearly and distinctly
  • Must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • All international applicants must have the ability to obtain a C1/D1 Visa
  • Applicants must be able to accommodate a 4 months on / 2 months off contract schedule

For further cruise jobs, go the the website allcruisejobs.com above for all there listings.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Guest Services Manager - Large Cruise Ship

Job Description:

As a key member of the on board management team, leading by example from front of the house, you will have the responsibility of delivering outstanding customer service over and above guest expectations, establishing and driving a positive working environment and focusing on operational goals where training, development, leadership and recognising overall team performance are paramount.

Minimum requirements:

  • At least 2 years front-of-house managerial/operational experience in large volume hotel, cruise line, or hospitality industry related field 
  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Computer literacy 
  • Ability to mentor, train, coach, handle disciplinary issues 
  • Comprehensive knowledge of customs and immigration procedures 
  • Working knowledge of U.S. cash handling procedures and foreign exchange 
  • Fluent English + additional languages (Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese) 
  • Excellent previous employment references 

Salary: USD $3300.00 / month + vacation pay (approx. 6600 USD / year)

Contract duration: 4 months on / 2 months off

Benefits: single cabin, 3 stripes, bonus (depending on individual and ship performance), uniform

If this is what you are looking for go to the allcruisejobs.com site

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