Princess Cruise Ship is Recruiting International Staff x 40 Positions Available

Princess Cruise Ship

Princess Cruises catapulted to stardom in 1977 when Pacific Princess was cast in the lead role on a new television show called “The Love Boat.” The weekly series, which introduced millions of viewers to the idea of a seagoing vacation, was an instant hit, fueling our company’s, and the cruise industry’s, dramatic expansion.

Princess Patricia – began more than 50 years ago with a cruise to Mexico and a single ship. Today, we take our guests to the world’s greatest cruise destinations onboard 15 magnificent cruise ships while introducing them to new experiences they will never forget.


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Princess Cruises was founded in 1965, Princess Cruises has led the way with new and exciting innovations that delight their guests. In fact, a number of Princess creations have been adopted by the entire cruise industry.

Princes Cruises is proud of many cutting-edge contributions including affordable private balconies on outside staterooms, onboard activities, and an array of culinary experiences such as 24-hour dining, specialty venues, local flavors, and our Chef’s Table.

Princess ships also debuted Movies Under the Stars poolside theaters, The Sanctuary oasis just for adults, and Tie the Knot weddings at sea.

Set sail on an exciting career course! Princess Cruises is the employer of choice in the cruise industry. We offer exceptional facilities and extensive learning and recreational programs for our crew. Join our inclusive and welcoming team, and you’ll enjoy a truly adventurous career with excellent incentives, unlimited growth, and ports of call that will leave you breathless.

At Princess Cruises you’ll find a world of inspiring cruise-industry career opportunities all within our shoreside offices. We offer a rewarding work environment and are dedicated to our employees’ growth and wellbeing, including enriching travel opportunities. You’ll take pride in supporting shipboard colleagues — the cruise industry’s best!


  • Oversees employee management of all operational areas.
  • Prepares and manages budget for all operation divisions.
  • Startup and Ongoing employee training. Ensures cleanliness, quality, and efficient work, while keeping safety the priority.
  • Analyzes and prepares reports, daily charts and plans, scheduling.
  • Performs “Manager on Duty” responsibilities.
  • Responsible for the employment, supervision, performance management, salary administration, discipline, and training of directly assigned personnel.
  • Trains and coaches all employees in the different aspects of the job.
  • Coordinates and monitors housekeeping and laundry activities to meet customer satisfaction goals.
  • Regular radio communication with all hotel staff; providing updates on room statuses.
  • Regularly observes housekeeping operations; identifies areas of improvement, makes recommendations, and implements approved plans or programs.
  • Communicates any safety or service concerns to appropriate leadership in accordance with company policy and procedure.
  • Responsible for interviewing, hiring and training of all Housekeeping staff.


  • High school diploma or equivalent certification is required. This job normally requires a professional level of knowledge in hotel financial accounting or Hospitality equivalent to that which would be acquired through the completion of a Bachelor’s degree. Demonstration of directly related work experience, which has provided an equivalent breadth, and depth of knowledge may be considered in lieu of the educational requirement.
  • Three years of progressively responsible positions in hospitality.
  • Demonstrated supervisory experience in a business environment is required.
  • The ability to work independently with minimal supervision while achieving daily goals.
  • Proficiency in the use of computer business applications, with working knowledge of computerized accounting and payroll systems.
  • Must be able to work a flexible work schedule including working beyond normal business hours and/or on weekends occasionally to support business needs, projects or operations. May be requested to work a different shift.
  • Must be able to travel up-to 5%.
  • Must be able to lift in excess of 50 pounds. Bending, squatting, kneeling and cross-body lifting may be required.  

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