BUFFET STEWARD (Former Employee) – Miami – July 14, 2018
Depending on where in the ship you work your life can be miles different in my case working long hours 7 days a week for the restaurant department was sore of a nightmare and a blessing at the same time. It makes me appreciate things that I never noticed before. I will say this was one of the most challenging episodes of my life but also the one that shows me how capable I am.
Senior .NET Developer (Former Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – July 9, 2018
Overseeing and managing one or more interesting projects. Checking and enhancing existing code, or writing new code and/or translating requirements for a new project. Learned new skills with existing technologies and utilized new technologies to either enhance or improve existing applications. Workplace had a fast but equally relaxed pace and feel to it and the flexibility to set your own schedule. Management is hands on and very understanding.
Senior Accountant-Consultant (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – July 9, 2018
I only worked for a few months as a Consultant but over all I love the people I worked with.The workplace is near the mall and a lot of restaurants. Positive work environment where people feel valued and appreciated.
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR GLOBAL FINE ARTS (Former Employee) – Dania Beach, FL – July 3, 2018
Would still be at global fine arts if it hadn't been sold. Loved working there and the people were wonderful, like a family. Was there for 10 years and we all cried when Princess sold Global Fine Arts.
Food and Beverage Server (Former Employee) – usa – June 23, 2018
that was my dream job,i still love it.I had opportunity to learn more and more everyday for a beverage and food serving, we worked long hours,the worst was that in the break time we had to get trainings and courses
Cruise Vacation Planner (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – June 14, 2018
Great cruise benefits, had 4 different positions while working there. Started as a cruise vacation planner for 5 years, many similar attributes to real estate in the sense of sales. Later worked in executive office as an executive assistant doing a lot of scheduling for travel with 4 directors, airlines, hotels, transportation. Worked in human resources for a while after that doing international documentation for ship board employees, seamans books, passport and visa profiles. My last position was working in yield management behind the scenes rescheduling overbooked cruises.
I was ready to move on to a new career industry in real estate
Worked in the ship it worked every day but good things you can see the world
Room Attendant/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – California – June 4, 2018
I was with princess for many year thanks for good experience.. Nice to worked with princess I can see a lot of people from around the world. And I can see many many beatyful port Around the world too.. Love you process..
Free unifrom.. Food.... Room...
Break time between the day... Then you can do what you lime yo to...
fun place to work depending on position and various other variables.
PROFESSIONAL DANCER (Former Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – May 27, 2018
As a performer you do learn valuable skills regarding work ethic and professionalism which heavily improves overall experience. A typical day at work for performers is quite enjoyable (if you love what you do obviously) performing is always good and fulfilling. however, upper management is due for an upgrade, the company needs fresh new brains working on projects particularly on the entertainment side of things but in other company areas as well. Needless to state that the company has a very outdated, old school mentality even if it can be a fun, outgoing diverse place to work.
fun workplace, don't pay rent, water, electric or food and travel the world for free
long contracts at sea, pay not as competitive as other company (for performers)