If You Want to Work for Disney Cruise Line, Here’s Your Chance
Here’s a look at what it’s like to be a Disney cruise employee:
Employees on their cruise ships have to juggle many responsibilities and wear many hats. You’ll be expected to to start with the youth activities, and help with set-up, clean-up, and sanitizing the many play-spaces and activities centers on the ship. Because of the nature of life on the ship, prospects should expect to work for up-to 4 months at a time, without a day-off. Hours are long, anywhere from 70-84 hours a week. Not for the weak of heart, you better love that mouse!
Disney is looking to fill many positions, including cruise staff/DJ, entertainment host, entertainment technicians, lifeguards, character performers, and more. If this seems like something you’d be interested in, check the employment Disney website.