“Through genuine and intuitive service, we consistently deliver exceptional Seabourn Moments that delight our guests and create the world’s finest travel experiences.
Gourmet Recruitment International is currently looking for past and final third year students to apply for positiosn onboard the 6* Seabourn Cruise Lines! Seabourn is regarded by the travelling public and travel industry as one of the most celebrated cruise lines in the world.
Best Small-Ship Cruise Line
Operating six luxurious cruise vessels, Seabourn has constantly received top awards and ratings, including Condé Nast Travellers Awards for Best Small-Ship Cruise Line and Best Small-Ship. Voyages range from 4 to 112 days with worldwide destinations, visiting over 370 ports in more than 100 countries. Itineraries include the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South America, Central and North America, Caribbean, South East Asia, Middle East, India and Australia.
Seabourn is always recruiting for entrance level positions within the hotel department. Suitable candidates require absolute dedication to the highest level of personal service.
This has to be equal to that found in celebrated hotels, resorts, and restaurants on shore. So what’s required to join Seabourn Cruise Line?
All applicants for positions within the Hotel Department must meet the basic recruitment criteria. In addition, a curriculum vitae (CV), written in English, as well as references and your professional certification is required. The minimum age for all applicants is 21 years of age.
Command of the English language as a first or second language
Very good verbal communication skills for all front-of-the-house staff
Presentable, pleasant, positive, and an outgoing personality along with a desire to succeed
All applicants will be considered based on relevant qualifications and experience
Dining Room staff to have a proven record of in-plate service
All applicants must be able to provide at least two references from previous employers
All contracts are offered on a 4 months on board, 2 months off, rotation
Salary paid in Euros for days worked whilst onboard
Average working hours are 10 to 12 hours a day, working 7 days a week whilst onboard.
Entrance level positions
A diploma or qualification from a recognised apprenticeship programme
Full-time restaurant service experience from a premium hotel, restaurant, or cruise line
A second European language (French, German, Spanish or Italian) would be an advantage
Bar Waiter/Waitress (Public Rooms Staff)
Full-time restaurant or cocktail bar experience from premium hotel, restaurant, or cruise line
Positive attitude and a willingness to learn
Good communication, presentation and excellent skills.
Housekeeping Stewardess (Female applicants only)
Full-time experience as a room attendant in a four or five star establishment or residential care home
A National Vocational Qualification or equivalent European Qualification in Housekeeping
A Chefs diploma from an internationally recognised culinary institution or equivalent
Experience in quality, premium establishments, catering to an international clientele
At least two years experience as a Chef de Partie.
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