Viking Cruises
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Viking Cruises Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Torstein Hagen
    75%
    approve of Torstein Hagen's performance
  • Founded
    1997
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    5700 Canoga Ave Woodland Hills, CA 91367 United States
  • Link
    Viking Cruises website
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 260 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Steward in Vienna
on August 7, 2022
Be prepared when you work in the housekeeping department to work long hours, but most of the jobs at cruise ships have very long hours anyways. Good payment
Guest Service Agent in Puerto Rico
on July 6, 2022
For service line salaries is rank above average pay considering provided food and accommodation. Crew Cabin are good due to max 2 pax per room and private bathroom, off day are can be consider difficult due to heavy bookings which hospitality workers has to be prepare for long hours non stop work.
Travel Consultant in Woodland Hills, CA
on July 4, 2022
Positivity while on the phones is the biggest key in this role. Less micromanagement could help reduce stress levels and make it easier to keep up the energy required to create the best possible experience for customers.
Service Specialist in Woodland Hills, CA
on July 2, 2022
Management sucks, no room for error . Poor training. Great pay, but stressful. People are constantly leaving the company, people are always confused. I suggest more training
Sr. Manager in Woodland Hills, CA
on June 28, 2022
I was a little nervous based on some reviews when I started but from what I've seen the last year, it's been far from the negative comments. Management gives me opportunities to take on projects and helps guide me when needed. I feel a sense of ownership in what I do. As far as perks, the company takes good care of us. From great healthcare and time off.

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Interview insights

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

The first question they asked for an expedition position related to visual tattoos and hair color. They're very strict on outward appearance. Other questions were related to ship culture and my ability to fit in. The other questions were straight forward related to the position and my relevant experience.

Shared on June 30, 2022

Experience and trouble shooting. Customer service situations

Shared on March 10, 2022

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