It seems like you’re interested to work as a security personnel in cruise ships. So to help you apply for the job, we did a little research and here’s what we can suggest:
Royal Caribbean, a leading US-based cruise company, might recruit you to work in one of their managed vessels. If hired, your general task is to maintain an excellent level of security in the ship, regardless if she’s at sea or docked in a 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
Tips for job seekers
To increase your chance of quickly getting hired, we suggest the following:
1. Gain a commendable work experience.
– Solid work experience gained (at least 12 months) in Passenger/Ro-Ro ships or in any industrial security.
2. Be travel-ready.
3. Get the required STCW trainings.
4. College Diploma
5. Security License
– Desirable height are 5’5” for male and 5’3” for female.
7. Other requirements (preferred but not always necessary).
-Knowledge of English, and other language.
For Royal Caribbean, you can apply online or walk-in to their office located at Ground Floor of Five E-com, Harbor Drive, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Manila.
Moreover, you may apply to these other legit recruiters too.
Who knows, they’ll schedule you for an immediate interview the very next day you submitted your resume!?
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