Disney Paying A Fortune For People To Travel The World With Them
You might look out of your office window daydreaming of travelling the world, but realising you haven’t got the time, or probably the money to do so.
Well what if I said you could combine a job with said dream and be living in the ‘happiest place on Earth’ – I mean Disney of course!
You won’t even be asked to dress up in costume or to entertain thousands of kids…unless you really want to!
Instead you’ll be living it up with Mickey and the gang as you sail the high seas as a waiter or waitress – and not just any old high seas.
The Bahamas, the Caribbean, Alaska – all the places where those lucky enough to be employed will get to travel to, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Disney Cruise Line is recruiting Brits, so if you’re in need of adventure with a sprinkle of magic – what are you waiting for?
Here’s another bonus for you if you’re thinking of applying – your salary will be around £1,500 to £2,500 per month when living aboard the cruise ship.
Disney Cruise was recently voted the best cruise line for families by Travel and Leisure, and reader’s choice for cruises by Conde Nast.
Just look at some of the pictures below – even in my old age it’s hard not to get caught up in the magic:
The Disney vessels are packed with pools and water slides, and one in particular – the Disney Magic – even features an enchanted beauty salon which gives head-to-toe pirate and princess makeovers, as well as an adult-only spa!
I don’t know what else you’d need? If my boss is reading this – I’m definitely not tempted to enquire or apply, I mean it, not one little bit….
Posting on Manchester Gumtree the recruiters wrote:
At Disney Cruise Line, you can set sail on the job opportunity of a lifetime aboard our extraordinary ships!
The post continues:
You can create an unforgettable voyage for families by delivering exceptional guest service, while also charting the course for an incredible career journey of your own.
The Disney Cruise Line jobs website also lists ads for electricians, chefs, engineers, housekeeps, HR managers, ‘recreation staff’, youth activities counsellors and youth entertainment staff.
So whatever your skillset, I’m sure there’s a job for you somewhere on a Disney Cruise?
To apply, head to en.internationalservices.fr and fill in the forms.
Good luck – may the magic be with you!
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