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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Friday, January 22, 2010

Friday, January 15, 2010

Cruise Ship Jobs - Watch Sales Specialist

Job Description:

Watch Sales Specialist

With a fleet of 49 ships including Cunard, P&O, Crystal, Celebrity and Royal Caribbean

Winner of cruise/ferry travel retailer of 2008, Harding Brothers are looking for motivated watch sales specialist to join their dynamic team.

As an industry market leader and a family run business Harding Brothers prides itself on career growth and development for its entire staff.

As a Watch Sales Specialist you will be responsible for the watch department to include:

  • Exceeding sales and service targets.
  • Ensuring displays are eye catching and effective.
  • Delivering quality lectures to promote watch brands
  • Hosting promotional events to increase revenue.
  • Responsible for maintaining inventory according to set procedures.
  • Maintaining exceptional housekeeping standards.
  • Ensuring memorable customer service is consistently delivered.


  • Tax free salary
  • Target based commission
  • Accommodation and meals included

The successful candidate will be over 21 years old, well groomed and personable with a proven track record of achieving sales targets within a luxury watch environment and have a sound knowledge of luxury watches. Basic fine jewellery knowledge is desirable.

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Cruise Ship Jobs - Youth Staff

Friday, January 1, 2010

Cruise ship casino dealer / croupier jobs.

Casino Dealer / Croupier (roulette, black jack, baccarat) - Experience required. Good English Language skills required. Salary range: $1900-2600 US per month, depending on commission and gratuities. Possibilities for promotion to Assistant Casino Manager.


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Cruise Casinos -- Cruiseship Casino Jobs

As cruise ships proliferate, the major cruise lines are constantly looking for qualified staff to fill a variety of positions in their shipboard casinos. More than 3,000 dealers and assorted personnel are now employed in these floating casinos, and while a friendly, outgoing personality is a clearly stated job requirement for cruise ship dealers, many seem genuinely happer in their work than a number of dealers we have come across in land-based casinos.

The major fringe benefit of the job is the obvious: the chance to visit a variety of Celebrity Cruises Casinoexotic destinations that cruise passengers pay thousands of dollars to see. And when ships are in port (where the ship's casino is almost always closed), most of the casino workers generally are free to go ashore and sightsee, snorkle, sunbathe (or even visit the local casinos as a player).

Another major attraction is the ability (for those who choose) to save most of their pay and tips, since room and meals and pretty much everything they need while onboard ship is provided at no charge.

Onboard ship, casino staff generally live two to a small cabin, and dine and relax in crew areas. (Be sure to check: one major cruise line bunks casino four and even five to a cabin on some of its ships -- not, from several first-hand accounts, a pleasant experience.)

Unlike many cruise ship employees, casino staff often are allowed to use the ship's guest recreational facilities in their spare time.

Cruise casino staff generally enter into a four-to-six month "contract" to work on a given ship, after which they take a few weeks off before entering into a new contract to work on the same or another of the cruise line's ships.

For the most part, the major cruise lines are looking to fill casino positions with men and women with casino experience. Dealers in particular are expected to have experience in dealing several table games.

Among the positions available on cruise ships are:

  • Casino managers and assistant casino managers;
  • Casino dealers (blackjack, baccarat, roulette, craps, poker);
  • Casino technicians (responsible for maintaining slot machines and other casino devices);
  • Casino cashiers;
  • Casino hosts.

Below are links to several companies that hire casino staff for cruise ships.

Carnival Corporation

Norwegian Cruise Line


try Royal Caribbean as well

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