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American Cruise Lines Job Opportunity - Stewards

Posted 1 year ago in Hospitality/Restaurant



**MUST MEET MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED**

(We Will Be Interviewing In Austin, TX April 22nd)


American Cruise Lines operates the newest and most modern fleet of six specially designed ships, with thirteen unique itineraries in the Pacific Northwest and along the east coast of the US from Maine to Florida. We operate our ships for much of the year, spending the winter months in Florida and the Carolinas, the summer months cruising along New England and the Pacific Northwest.

Working onboard is fun, but it is also hard work. The pace is quick, the hours are long, and you can't go home at the end of the day. But every day, when you wake up, and walk out on deck, you're reminded just how far away you are from the mundane life of a land lover. If you are looking for a unique job experience and are flexible about close living quarters and long days, then this is the job for you.

Job Responsibilities May Include:

Steward: Responsibilities include dining room set-up, service and sanitation of all meals. Daily Stateroom Service and Housekeeping including cleaning, bed making and bathrooms. Our vessels are small and intimate and we have a strong commitment to excellence and a passion for personal attention to all of our guests. Stewards will have a high level of guest interaction and are expected to demonstrate superior customer service skills and respond immediately and quickly to our guests needs. This is an excellent position for recent college graduates. Stewards are 12 week Temporary employees.
Job Requirements:
  • You must be at least 18 years of age.
  • You must have a high school diploma.
  • Our vessels are U.S. registered. Therefore, all shipboard employees must be able to legally work in the United States.
  • All positions require pre-employment, random, and reasonable cause alcohol and drug testing, as per US Coast Guard regulations.
  • Physical Demands; All shipboard positions can be physically demanding. Repetitive motion, bending, climbing and often heavy lifting, are requirements of most positions. Every crewmember works every day while on board.
  • Uniform/Grooming Standards; At ACL it is important that your attire and personal grooming reflect a positive and professional image. The company has a uniform policy that all crewmembers need to adhere to.
We look forward to hearing from you interviews are going to be this weekend.
Please apply today at: http://americancruiselines.com/employment

About American Cruise Lines:

The Newest and Most Environmentally Friendly Ships.
The Largest Fleet of Small Cruise Ships in America
Six Small Ships Carrying 50 to 150 Passengers
The Largest Staterooms with Interior Entrances and Large, Opening Picture Windows
Private Balconies
Elevator Service to All Decks of the Ship
Open Seating Dining Allows You to Eat at Your Leisure, all Meals Prepared Just the Way You Like
35 Cruise Itineraries to 28 States in America
A True All-American Experience. American Built, Flagged, and Crewed Ships
The Only Cruise Line with Two Authentic Paddlewheelers
--Queen of the West and Queen of the Mississippi
Complimentary Cocktail Hour Hosted Every Evening Before Dinner
Complimentary Wine and Beer with Lunch and Dinner
Gracious Hospitality and Personalized Service
--That is the Hallmark of American Cruise Lines
Many Spacious Lounges and Public Spaces on Each Ship
--Perfect for Congenial Camaraderie or Quiet Relaxation
Exquisite Cuisine From our Staff of Highly Trained Chefs
Entertainment Each Evening
Historians, Naturalists, or Local Experts Join Every Cruise
--Daily Lectures Ranging from History & Ecology to Quilting & Cuisine
Exciting Shore Excursions
--Show You the Best of Each Area We Visit

To fill out our online application, please visit: www.americancruiselines.com/careers

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