Character Associate/Character Line Captain (Former Employee) – Port Canaveral, FL – January 29, 2018
If you work for the cruise line, you need to make sure and do it when you are 18-21. For the work that was required, it was not worth the pay. Since they run off of maritime law, they can work you up to 70 hours before overtime kicks in. If you elect to participate in overtime, the hours bump up to 96 a week. Travel young, don't wait to get old and then work for them.
Travel the world, free food, inexpensive living
Confined quarters, harsh rules, zero tolerance for any substances.
Stateroom Hostess (Former Employee) – Disney Dream – August 18, 2019
For past 9 years, One of the best key that Disney taught me is attention to details. Self oriented and Self management also play an important role to do my task under pressure. A typical day at work could be extra ordinary and enjoyable if you create happiness to your guest. As one of the company motto.
Disney Cruise line support specialist (Former Employee) – Celebration, FL – August 16, 2019
Disney cruise line was exciting and fun to work with. Training was six weeks and focused on customer service and their program. Once you are past training you can submit for other jobs within the company.