Do you dream to work onboard a cruise ship as a security personnel?
If yes, read on!
Royal Caribbean, a major US cruise company, may recruit someone like you to be part of their security department in the future.
If hired, you’ll be responsible for maintaining excellent level of security – whether the ship is sailing at sea or docked in port.
“Our onboard security department provides our guests and crew a safe and secure environment, in which they can enjoy their work or their cruise vacation. Our security service’s mission is to prevent security incidents and deliver a highly trained staff which will provide an immediate response to all security related issues. This team is also responsible for the access control to the ship, the screening operation at the gangways, video security monitoring, investigations, security patrols, and more,”– Royal Caribbean
Interested applicants, as per Royal Caribbean’s further statement written on its website, are then cordially invited to explore the opportunities given.
You may qualify to work given that –
“Potential candidates must meet the minimum requirements, including compliance with law enforcement credentials and other regulations such as ISPS Code.” Royal Caribbean stated on its website.
If you have gained outstanding experience as security personnel and has pleasing personality (optional), bootstrap your application by getting these seafarer related training: BT, SDSD & CROWD AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
You may heed straight to the agency without getting the aforementioned training but let me remind you that the competition is stiff and that a hiring agency most usually prefers applicants who have been trained already (unless otherwise they badly needed you to join the ship ASAP.)
For more guide & tips on how to secure a cruise ship job, read my other blog post – Dreaming to work in cruise ships? Here’s your ultimate guide to get quickly hired!
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