FEMALE & MALE CRUISE ATTENDANTS REQUIRED FOR 93M MOTOR CRUISE SHIP (AUSTRALIAN FLAGGED VESSEL)
A 93m motor cruiser is currently looking for female and male cruise attendants to join the crew of 38. Previous experience aboard is preferable but not essential. Crew must be Australian or be able to work legally within Australia. You should have at least 2 years hospitality experience - F&B experience and or/ bar experience as well as Interior detailing experience is preferable, as housekeeping is a large part of the cruise attendant’s job. Must be strong in carrying 3x plates.
Vessel will cover all crew flights required from any major home port within Australia to join and depart vessels.
You will be required to work across all three ships. Local candidates will be given preference.
RSA, First Aid Certificate, CPR, STCW95-Certificate of Safety Training - CoST (AMSA endorsed), AMSA medical certificate, Online component for Passenger Ship Training (Crowd Control and Crisis Management), certificate issued after completion of practical element. Australian Seafarers Service Book (ASSB), Marine Safety Identification Card (MSIC), Passport (with minimal 6 months validation), Yellow Fever vaccination (prior to international voyages) or have completed a Crew Pacific Steward/ess/Deckhand course
ITINERARY: Kimberley Coast, Tasmania, Great Barrier Reef,
START DATE: This is pending on COVID-19 Restrictions
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Permanent Casual
SALARY: Cruise attendants are employed on a casual rate only starting at AUD $1262.94 per 7 days