If you’ve ever wanted to travel the world and get paid for it, here’s your chance to do so. Disney Cruise Line is looking to hire more staff to make magic at sea aboard their luxury cruise ships. What could be better than working for Mickey Mouse with the open ocean and beautiful countries right in your backyard?
For many Disney fans, working for The Walt Disney Company would be a dream come true. Others believe their dream job would be getting paid to travel the world. And if you work for Disney Cruise Line, you can combine those two jobs into one awesome career opportunity. Disney is currently recruiting new staff to work aboard the ships in their luxury cruise fleet, so if you’ve ever wanted to work for Disney and see dream destinations in the process, now’s your chance to do so. Disney employs staff to work in a variety of positions, from giving princesses and pirates adorable fantasy makeovers at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique to hosting families in their staterooms and even working activities on Disney’s private Caribbean island, Castaway Cay.
Working for Disney aboard a luxurious cruise ship sounds like the perfect job, right? It can be, but there is a catch. Disney Cruise Line is looking for staff who is flexible and willing to work up to 80 hours per week with little to no days off for around four months at a time. Disney specifies that their shipboard roles (meaning roles aboard the Disney Cruise Line ships) require contracts that are four months on and two months off. So even though a job at Disney can be a very magical and unique experience, creating magic for Disney Cruise Line guests is hard work, and Disney is looking for staff who is willing to put in the time and energy to do so. Cruise ship life can be an adjustment, as well, so keep this in mind if you’re thinking of applying.
If working for Disney Cruise Line sounds like your dream job, what are you waiting for? Disney careers are often highly desirable for Disney fans, so visit the official website here to view all of the currently open positions for Disney Cruise Line. Good luck!
If you could work for Disney, what would be your dream role? Let us know in the comments!
Source: Devon Live