Hello everyone- Does anyone know anything about the hiring process at Cunard? They've recently sent me a letter saying they recruit worldwide and want to schedule an interview "pending a time and date become available." Does this mean they don't interview on the phone? As a passenger on Cunard I was told only the dancers were Americans---will they ever be in the US recruiting if they don't have any American shipboard employees? Thanks for your time.
Hi i worked in a cruise line nearly for 3 months and i can say that most of the employees in galley and diningroom anc cleaning department are from the 3 rd world countiries but this doesnt mean that americans or europians cant work its up to your choice but i want to make one point clear it is not easy to work in a cruise line think twice everyone can not manage it if you still have any question pls dont hesitate to ask
may i kindly ask you how you cantacted with cunard cruise line any adress of direct human recourses of it ?
I thank you for your input cetin cinar- I failed to mention in my post that I too have shipboard experience and I am fully aware of what working on ships entails...I'm not just a lazy american looking for a free ride.
I applied to Cunard's corporate office in Valencia, California. They then contacted me from their office in Southampton.