A DAY IN THE LIFE
A workplace free from the conventions of everyday life on land. Forget that tedious commute, and welcome the idea of waking up every day at a different port (or at sea!). It's an adventure that will be what you make of it. Maybe it's enlivening your passion for making each guest’s fantastic vacation exceptional - or the opportunity to make so many friends from around the world in one shot. Maybe it's the first step in an exciting journey to explore your career possibilities - or the next step toward reaching your greatest potential as a leader. Ultimately, we all move forward together, and how far you go is up to you. Regardless of what adventure you choose, we can take you there -- on board one of our state-of-the-art ships.
You will work 7-days a week onboard for approximately 10 hours per day.
There will be shifts off but not full days off the entire assignment rotation.
When the ship is in port, many crew members take the opportunity to go ashore to tour, shop, dine, call home, etc.
Your crew cabin has 1, 2, 3, or 4 bunk beds, desk and chair, T.V. and telephone. Space is very tight.
Crew members share cabins with one, two or three team members, depending on the entitlements.
You and your roommates are responsible for keeping your cabin clean and tidy at all times.
Towels and linens will be provided once a week.
No guest in cabins! Violation will result in termination / dismissal.
All meals and snacks will be served at the crew mess.
You will have half an hour for each mealtime when on duty.
Meals are buffet style; serve and clean up after yourself.
You are not permitted to remove any food or utensils from the mess.
Your boss will be the head or supervisor of the department. The Captain of the ship is the commander of all and the final decision maker.
Career growth is offered through internal promotions. You can apply to the positions onboard as they become available.
Numerous trainings will be available onboard to enrich your knowledge in different aspects of the business.
You will be paid monthly (or bi-weekly if on the Pride of America). You have several options to receive your wages: recurring deposit of wages to the bank account you choose and/or the Brightwell Card.
The Crew Gym is for all crewmembers available at posted hours.
You can purchase toiletries, cigarettes, chocolates, and other necessities needed onboard at the Crew Shop.
The Crew Bar operating hours and rules are to be adhered to at all times.
You are not permitted to become inebriated or intoxicated while on your assignment contract. You are not allowed to drink alcohol while on duty. Violation of either of these rules is grounds for dismissal.
Crew Enrichment/Welfare will provide crew activities and events for all the crewmembers.
Only employed crew members are provided living accommodations onboard.
1. Paid travel to See the World
2. Fun social Activities
3. Save Money
4. Numerous trainings will be available onboard to enrich your
5. Long Vacations
As a hospitality professional, you may already have a position in mind that would best suit your qualifications and career goals. Starting a career on board is not only a professional challenge, but it's also a significant change in lifestyle. It may take some time to acclimate to your new environment, but with flexibility, an open mind, and enthusiastic professionalism, you will soon become an essential part of our team.
Working on cruises is one of the best jobs if you like to travel. Earn a salary while traveling the world? a job where the sea is always present and a new port awaits you each way It is an adventure that will be what you do of it. Perhaps you are encouraging your passion to make each guest's fantastic vacation exceptional, or the opportunity to make so many friends from all over the world at once. It may be the first step in an exciting journey to explore your professional possibilities, or the next step to reach your greatest potential as a leader. In shot, we all move forward together, and how far to go depends on you.