Caribbean Cruise Line Jobs

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A Caribbean cruise line potentially offers several different kinds of jobs, from cruise director and assistant cruise director to cosmetologists, casino workers and hairstylists. Discover the wealth of employment opportunities in this free video of advice from a travel expert.

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Hi everybody, thanks for tuning in. My name is Matthew, I've been on over 400 cruises that I've worked on. I'm here to tell you about Caribbean cruise line jobs. First one is a cruise director. Cruise director is in charge of the entertainment basically. He's in charge of all the performers and doing their scheduling on board a cruise ship. His assistant is another position for you as an assistant cruise director. Assistant cruise director will carry out everything that the cruise director doesn't. For example handling all his staff as well as scheduling. His staff is another position for you which is called cruise staff or hostess. They carry out all the activities that are aboard the cruise ship. Ping pong, shuffle board, bingo, socializing, captain's cocktail hours. Another position you could do is an art auctioneer. If you want to sell art aboard a cruise ship you can be an auctioneer. Or maybe you have a license in cosmetology. You could work in their salon and be a stylist. Or if you have a knowledge about dealing blackjack or craps you can go ahead and work in a casino. Another job which would be great for you if you are interested in children is a children's counselor on board a cruise ship. You would take care of all the little one's on board and entertain them while you are on the cruise. And the last but not least is a shopping ambassador. You would be on board to tell everybody about the different things to look for in the different ports of call for shopping. There's lots of jobs out there for you. Go onto your cruise line check out their websites. Look at what jobs are available for you. Thanks, bye.


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