Cruise Industry

Cruise Industry

Working on a cruise ship is definitely a guaranteed way to travel in style. If you hold experience in the Hospitality industry, Aviation, or have worked for any niche brand, then you can kick-start your cruise journey in no time! A career at sea allows you to travel to new places, establish meaningful connections with coworkers from around the world, and learn vital skills in a world-class workplace.

With the cruise industry rapidly expanding, the opportunities for people wanting to make a career at sea are not going to dry up any time in the far future. Whether it is captains or childcare workers, dancers or doctors, chefs or cruise directors, stateroom stewards or spa therapists, each cruise ship offers around 450 different types of jobs at various ranks.

Have a look at some of the hot jobs on cruise liners:
  • Assistant cook
  • General Steward
  • Security Officer
  • Hr-Manager
  • Media-Spa Physician
  • Sanitation Officer
  • Junior Sous Chef
  • Hair Stylist
  • Hotel General Manager
  • Lightning Technician
  • Environmental Officer
  • Photographer/Videographer
  • Executive Chef
  • Head Baker
  • Tailor/Linen Keeper
  • Cruise Director
  • Utility Cleaner
  • Acupuncturist
  • Nail Technician
  • Host/Hostess
  • Fitness Instructor
  • Beauty Therapist
  • Chef De Cuisine
  • Musician
  • Chief Officer
  • Bosun
  • Able Seaman
  • Youth Counselor
  • Captain
  • ETO
  • TME
  • Deck Handler
Want to be a part of sea life? You simply need to take the below short courses to step into the world of cruises.

STCW - (Standards of Training, Certification & Watchkeeping)

STCW stands for Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping. It is a 15-day program that focuses on basic safety training.

Passenger Familiarization and Crowd Handling

Passenger Familiarization and crowd handling course aims at providing knowledge on how to assist passengers in case of an emergency and how to deal with huge crowds on a ship.

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