Entertainment Jobs include: Broadcast Manager / Entertainment Technicians / Interactive TV Specialist / Entertainment Staff / Audio-Visual Technicians
Providing top quality entertainment aboard a cruise ship is certainly what many passengers want to see. Cruises offer some of the best entertainment available – which means that there are many different entertainment jobs that need to be filled. There is an ongoing need for top quality shows and those that can design and produce them, and for those that work behind the scenes to ensure the best show anywhere.
In Focus: Entertainment Operations
A cruise ship needs entertainment staff of all kinds. This can include every entertainment staff level, from the Cruise Director, to the production manager, the broadcast manager, the various entertainment technicians, the interactive TV specialist, audio-visual technicians, and many more. Some positions will require that you actually have a background in entertainment, or experience in a particular area that you want to work in.
People are also needed to provide the entertainment. Cruise ships need people for special performances, such as dancers, musicians, hosts and hostesses, singers, bands, disc jockeys, and more. Instructors are also very popular on cruises, and so are lecturers on a wide variety of topics. Entertainers need to provide a CD or DVD that demonstrates their talent and ability to keep people entertained. Technical staff will need experience and certification in their field.