At Disney Cruise Line, you can set sail on the job opportunity of a lifetime aboard our extraordinary ships! You can create an unforgettable voyage for families by delivering exceptional guest service, while also charting the course for an incredible career journey of your own!
Hotel Operations, led by the Hotel Director, is made up of multiple departments comprised of more than 100 different positions. It includes areas such as Dining Room, Quick Service, Crew Dining, Beverage, Galley, Hotel Stores, Housekeeping, Merchandise, Guest Services, Hotel Administration, and Finance. This team ensures the United States Public Health (USPH) and Disney standards of cleanliness are maintained while helping to facilitate a safe and efficient voyage for guests and crew members.
Assistant Dining Room Server
Responsible for greeting and providing service to 16-22 guests of all ages per seating, per evening in three themed dining rooms. During dinner, provides beverage service and assists Dining Room Server to ensure exceptional service. Maintains and ensures cleanliness of areas to uphold USPH and Disney standards. Also, assists at fast food outlets and onboard/island buffets for breakfast and lunch. This role has high guest interaction and is a tipped position.
Entertainment Operations, led by the Cruise Director, is comprised of more than 50 positions in several departments including Adult & Family Programming, Youth Activities, Port Adventures & Recreation, Technicians, Mainstage (The Cast) & Character Performers and Musicians. Whether the crew is working with children or setting the stage for world-class entertainment productions, the work they do adds a fun and magical element to our voyages. Our amazing crew members are a big part of why Disney is known as a world-renowned leader in the entertainment industry.
This position is a part of the "Cruise Staff" team, catering to an adult and family audience. Acts as assistant emcee while supporting the Entertainment Activities Manager, Club Host and Entertainment Hosts/Hostesses. Ensures set-up and clean-up of all adult/family activities. Participates in day/evening deck parties, games shows, trivia contests, sports challenges, ship/island tours, bingo, etc. Assists with the Port Adventures (shore excursion) operation. Helps with island rentals and activities on Castaway Cay. Seeks out guest contact and displays enthusiasm and boundless amounts of energy. This role has high guest interaction and involves some microphone use and onstage activity. Consideration for this role does require an audition.
Marine & Technical Operations (MTO) is made up of two departments: Deck and Engineering. The Deck department is led by the Staff Captain and includes more than 35 different positions, and the Engineering department is led by the Chief Engineer and includes more than 40 positions. Both teams work together to safely navigate the ship and maintain onboard facilities. These departments also ensure the United States Public Health (USPH) and Disney standards of cleanliness are maintained, and that our ships remain in pristine condition for our guests to enjoy.
AN INSIDE LOOK: MARINE & TECHNICAL OPERATIONS
These are some common positions within Marine & Technical Operations that Disney Cruise Line recruits for externally:
GP Assistant Electrician
Responsible for repairing lights and power outlets throughout the ship. Performs minor repairs of all shipboard appliances such as vacuum cleaners, hot plates, dryers, coffee makers, etc. Completes follow-up with ships maintenance program and Espresso work orders. Performs battery checking of all tenders, rescue/lifeboats, and provision forklifts. Participates in firefighting, first aid, personal survival and helps to promote health, safety, and anti-pollution programs. Maintains and ensures cleanliness of areas to uphold USPH and Disney standards.