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American Cruise Lines has its largest offices in Guilford, CT and Sandy, UT, where we offer a wide range of corporate positions. We also have a number of operations and hospitality positions available around the country where each of our ships operate. As America’s fastest growing cruise line, we are always looking for talented people to join our team.
Below is a list of corporate positions for which we are accepting applications. If you are interested in positions aboard one of the many ships in our fleet, please see our Shipboard Positions.
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American Cruise Lines is seeking a flexible and dynamic individual to deliver on-the-job training for hotel, restaurant, housekeeping, and hospitality staff at various locations around the country on board our fleet of ships. Our ideal candidate should be experienced in the Hospitality industry, and be familiar with basic fine dining standards, housekeeping standards, customer service, standard operating procedures, and other related areas. This candidate must be able to work autonomously as well as remotely in conjunction with home office goals and directives.
We are committed to providing a highly personalized, creative, and enjoyable learning environment for our Crew Members. We strive to teach and maintain the highest levels of service quality and customer satisfaction. Training new and current crew members will be challenging and rewarding. The position of Operations Trainer provides a great opportunity to play an essential role in the personal development of our team and contribute to the continued success of American Cruise Lines.
This position requires a significant amount of travel to various ships in order to ensure we meet and exceed the dining service, housekeeping, and customer service expectations of our guests. American Cruise Lines strives to continue delivering the perfect small ship cruise experience and the Operations Trainer plays an integral role.
American Cruise Lines, the world’s leading small ship cruise line, is adding to its team of onboard Guest Speakers and is looking for passionate individuals to enhance the onboard experience. Discover the best of America and the country’s most beautiful waterways while visiting the unique cities and towns along the way. American Cruise Lines’ guests are well-traveled individuals looking for a destination-focused adventure, where they will have the opportunity to explore the history, culture and natural scenery of each unique port visited. The Guest Speaker plays an integral role in the guest experience thorough educational presentations, casual talks and group discussions.
Successful candidates must be outgoing, friendly, sociable, service-minded and, of course, be very knowledgeable of the history, geography, ecology, ports of call, and other points of interest within the cruise itinerary. Excellent and polished presentation skills are required.
Region-specific requirements include:
Extensive knowledge of Lewis & Clark
Extensive knowledge of the Civil War, Eco System, Commerce, Music and Jazz
East Coast Itineraries
Extensive knowledge of American History, Ecology and Environment
Extensive knowledge of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812
Following a Skype interview, candidates should be prepared to submit a 60-90 second introduction of yourself to American Cruise Lines shot on your smart phone--telling us about yourself and why you would be a perfect fit within our organization.