Norwegian Cruise Line
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Norwegian Cruise Line careers and employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 141 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
68
Average
Work Happiness Score
Average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
73
Achievement
Above average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?
72
Purpose
Above average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?

About the company

CEO
Frank J. Del Rio
Company size
more than 10,000
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

Jobs

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Full-time

Personal Cruise Consultant (Outbound Sales)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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9 days ago
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Outbound Groups Sales Consultant

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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9 days ago
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CruiseNext Concierge

Miami, FL

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17 days ago
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Personal Cruise Consultant (Outbound Sales)

Miami, FL

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14 days ago
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Outbound Sales Consultant - UK Market

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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19 days ago
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Development Operations Engineer

Miami, FL

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30+ days ago
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Doctor

United States

30+ days ago
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 217 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Server
$15.00 per hour
Guest Service Agent
$11.97 per hour
50.5%above industry average
Consultant
$10.33 per hour
-28.6%below industry average

Food Preparation & Service

Server
$15.00 per hour
Sous Chef
$4,150 per month
Bartender
$12.00 per hour

Customer Service

Guest Service Agent
$11.97 per hour
50.5%above industry average
Reservation Agent
$11.61 per hour
Customer Service Representative
$11.97 per hour
-3.3%below industry average

Management

Consultant
$10.33 per hour
-28.6%below industry average

Benefits

Employees at Norwegian Cruise Line have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Dental insurance
Retirement plan
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement
Vision insurance
Parental leave
Gym membership
Employee discount
Loan repayment program
Work from home
Professional development assistance
Health savings account
Flexible spending account

Rating overview

Top 49% in the industry. Rating is calculated based on 1.0K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Hotel Operations Analyst in Miami, FL
4.0
on July 8, 2020
Great place to learn - work life balance
I think my days at NCL were made great due to my team, I did hear complains from other departments, but nothing that would make them leave. I loved working there, and would go back. There is no such thing as a typical day, this is the hospitality industry in a cruise line where there is work 24/7, while you sleep there is some ship in Europe/Asia just beginning embarkation, this is what I enjoyed the most, the thrill and the adventure of something always happening but being able to get the job done. Management (executive level) is a little close minded on new ideas, not totally, but sometimes it takes convincing to implement good sound ideas.
Cruise Staff in Hawaii
5.0
on July 9, 2020
Travel rewards
Cruise life is a great way to travel and gain new skills. Don’t be afraid to start at an entry level with the Cruiseline and work your way up to salaried positions.
Executive Chef in Miami
4.0
on July 1, 2020
fun place to work stressful at times overall good
stressful place to work at time but that is the hospitality business at times we do have parties and enjoy and unwine i could definately recomend the company to someone and share my work life experience i have met some very nice friends working for norwegian cruise lines guest and crew staff alike that i have remained friends with for over 20 years
Production Cast Dancer in Tampa, FL
4.0
on June 26, 2020
Productive workplace.
Productive workplace with really great staff and people who create a healthy work environment. They really value their employees and all that they bring to the company.
Bar staff in Honolulu, HI
4.0
on June 25, 2020
Ship life
High school on a ship,.too long of contact , no days off for 5 months, terrible employee cafeteria, 3 people per 1 tiny cabin, norovirus, Plus side, its Hawaii!!
Entertainment in Onboard
4.0
on June 23, 2020
Not a forever job.
If you want to travel constantly and save some cash (which you can if you're careful) this is a good job for when you are young. The lifestyle is eventually exhausting. For all the cool countries and fun work, the hours get weird, you will never have privacy, the food is repetitive, and you will not feel valued as a person by the company. It's freshman year of college meets Westworld meets awful corporate culture. I was very happy working there, but it's time to be done.

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Questions and answers

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Interview insights

Insights from 89 Indeed users who have interviewed with Norwegian Cruise Line within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

It is only a 5 minute interview at a Career Day presentation so dress for the interview and be one of the first ones signed in so you are sure to get an interview. I interviewed for dining room server, they asked me why I wanted to work for NCL and what my experience with fine dining serving was. You should come into the interview enthusiastic about guest service and exceeding guest expectations. You might also want to talk about how you know the days are long and what experience you might have with that, if any. Look at the interview as an audition and pretend the interviewer is a cruise passenger guest-- how do you want to appear to a guest? That is how you want to appear to the interviewer because that is how they are going to evaluate you if you are in a guest oriented position.

Shared on July 4, 2018

The basic questions. How many years have you benn baking. can you work on the ship without getting sick etc.

Shared on September 26, 2016