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Responsible for setting up, installing, operating, testing, and troubleshooting audio and video equipment, as well as managing stage set up and operations as needed.
Duties & Responsibilities
Cleanliness and upkeep of all entertainment areas.
Performing at any/all entertainment venues as scheduled by the Entertainment Director.
Designing sound and lights for each production show.
Working with all step-on entertainment before they arrive and while onboard, including lecturers.
Making sure the Entertainment Director is aware of all technical needs for every entertainment space onboard.
Report to the Entertainment Director before any major decisions are made within the entertainment venues.
Maintain the Muzak system for boat wide music.
Setting up and maintaining the technical side of all entertainment venues.
Setting up and breaking down all entertainment activities from a technical aspect.
Participating and scheduling rehearsals as the Entertainment Director may see fit.
Adhering to any changes or additions to this list or any cruise layout.
Participate in all safety drills and training.
Ensure behavior and performance supports the company's Mission
Follow company values in responding to others in work situations
Meet "standards for service" behaviors
Use recovery steps to respond to others who are dissatisfied
Make hospitality standards an important part of day-to-day duties
Be a RESPECT System example for others
Minimum Qualifications & Requirements
HS Diploma or Equivalent Required
Bachelor's degree in related field preferred or an equivalent of experience
Professional Certification(s) or License:
Valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) - if applicable, and/or ability to obtain and maintain
Copy of DD214, if Veteran status
Skills & Abilities:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must be fluent in English
Ability to interact with individuals at all levels in a pleasant and professional manner
Proficiency with MS Office applications
Ability to train and supervise employees
Logically and independently plan, organize and complete work assignments
Must maintain a neat, clean and professional appearance
At least 4 years of experience in position with similar duties and responsibilities
Cruise industry experience preferred
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Submit to and pass alcohol and drug tests as mandated by the USCG including but not limited to pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion and post-accident/incident testing.
The majority of work is performed in a Marine environment in both indoor and outdoor conditions with exposure to various temperatures and weather conditions, along with a moderate to loud noise level.
The Marine operation is subject to varied wake and motion.
Positions both live and work onboard a vessel, on a rotational basis for consecutive port-to-port voyages during the regular season.
Ability to stand and walk on nearly a constant basis; ability to work long hours each day
Ability to bend, rotate and reach frequently
Ability to carry, push/pull and/or lift materials weighing upwards of 75 lbs
Ascending/descending stairs or ladders safely
Ability to manipulate/handle/grip materials required to perform job
Ability to maneuver through/in/around small and/or confined areas within the vessel
Must be able to maintain both static and dynamic standing balance to complete various duties associated with job
Must be capable of performing emergency duties as listed in the vessel's station bill
Crew bed/bunk equipment are rated for 250 lbs maximum weight capacity per bunk.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.