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DOCTOR

Doctors are primarily responsible for providing individualized outpatient, inpatient and ICU care for guests and crew. Doctors consult both crew and guests, providing timely, safe and evidence-based assessments, formulating differential diagnoses and treatment plans, performing clinical interventions and procedures, and coordinating logistics of referrals and evacuations. Doctors manage the preventative health and wellness programs for crew, and are also responsible for adhering to public health practices.

Doctors will also perform various technical and non-clinical administrative tasks that support the efficient and safe operation of the medical center. Additional duties include participation in drills, audits, inspections and training of other crew members. Technical skills are learned and practiced on board, such as X-rays acquisition, and performing a wide-array of laboratory tests and other procedures. Doctors work closely with shipboard nurses and paramedics, and report to the ship’s Senior Doctor.

All medical staff provide high level of customer service, maintaining a professional, dignified, friendly, assertive, and polite manner at all times, towards both guests and fellow crew members, and demonstrate performance consistent with the Vision, Mission and Strategic Plan of the organization.

NURSE

Nurses are primarily responsible for providing individualized outpatient, inpatient and ICU care for guests and crew. Nurses also act as a first responders, triaging emergency calls, assessing and treating on scene, and transferring patients to the shipboard medical center for definitive care. Through the use of specific patient group directives, nurses are able to practice autonomously under the authority of doctors, assessing patients and providing treatment and advice for specific conditions. In additional to first response duties, nurses work closely with shipboard doctors to attend to patients attending daily walk-in clinics.

Nurses also perform various technical and non-clinical administrative tasks that support the efficient and safe operation of the medical center under the direction and supervision of the Senior Nurse. Additional duties include equipment checks, medicines and inventory management, participation in drills, audits, inspections and training of other crew members. Technical skills are learned and practiced on board, such as X-rays acquisition, and performing a wide-array of laboratory tests and other procedures.

All medical staff provide high level of customer service, maintaining a professional, dignified, friendly, assertive, and polite manner at all times, towards both guests and fellow crewmembers, and demonstrate performance consistent with the Vision, Mission and Strategic Plan of the organization.

AIDA CRUISES: 2nd Purser

1. Supports the Rooms Division Manager in administrative and financial topics, utilizing the company's cash management policies
a. Works on local purchase requests
b. Preparation and update of Prepaid Master, create & manage other statistics
c. Create the cruise discount list and supervise the issuance of discounts, application of and compliance with respective guidelines
2. Responsible for the complete cash handling onboard, manages the ships main safe and cash book
3. Check and archive all daily cash reconciliations and conduct spot checks
4. Keep and ensure compliance with company cash rules regulations
5.Support, supervise and train all cashiers & float holders
6. Assist Chief Purser in voyage end procedures and reporting
7. Onboard Credit Jira Handling
8. Void control
9. System Account Handling (Prepaid Accounts only) including
instructions
10. Assist 2nd Purser (Guest) with turnover supervision
11. Support Manager Warehouse Systems and Administration
with inventory and general administration works in CrunchTime
12. Contact person for shoreside departments regarding
invoices
13. Handling of SOX-related issues
14. TIP payment to Crew Purser
15. Responsible to create GM meeting protocol
16. Support the Crew Purser in several topics, e.g finance planning and billing control
17. Responsible for handling office supplies for all departments within the administration department

AIDA CRUISES: 2ND Light Operator

1. Helps the 1st Light Operator in preparing a monthly status report
2. Is responsible for lighting ambience in all areas under the jurisdiction of the
entertainment department
3. In the event of special performances develops lighting in consultation with the Shov
Manager and the 1. Light Operator
4.
Supervises lighting pre-sets in the following areas. Spa, AIDA bar, Anytime Disco
Pool deck, Kids Club, Theatrium Bars
5. Reports all defects to the 1st Light Operator with appropriate documentation
6. Is supportive in ordering expendable items via 1 Light Operator
7. Follows the WI CMO Entertainment Technical Manual (ConSense) to the letter
8. Runs entertainment program according to cue-books or on instructions of superior
9. For copyright reasons, no changes may be made to the shows without prior
permission from FAL AIDA Entertainment on land
10. Is responsible for servicing and maintenance order and cleanliness in field of activity
11. Arrives punctually at all rehearsals and shows (taking preparation into account)
12. Cooperates directly with and mutually supports the other operators, as well as other
members of the entertainment department
13. Reports all defects to the Electrician officer Entertainment and the Superior by
means of appropriate documentation
14. Is supportive in ordering expendable items via the Electrician officer Entertainment
and AIDA Entertainment on land
15. Is supportive in ordering show-Specific items via AIDA Entertainment on land
16. Works interdepartmentally on all events

PRINCES CRUISES: Demi CDP

  • Actively involved in the daily galley production for all restaurants and dining rooms.
  • Actively involved in daily garnish production.
  • Ensures that the galley equipment is treated with care and is always well maintained.
  • Ensures that all food items are being properly handled according to USPH practices, policies, and procedures.
  • Prepares/sets up station for service in the galley.
  • Perform any duties as may be assigned by the CDP, Sous Chef, and Executive Chef.

PRINCESS CRUISES: Demi CDP Pastry

  • Always carries out production in assigned area/station according to Company recipes and picture presentation as directed by the Executive Pastry Chef / Chef de Partie Pastry.
  • Supervises Pastry staff in an assigned service station during operational activities as directed by the Executive Pastry Chef / Executive Chef.
  • Always practices batch cooking/preparation process (for soufflés, puddings, crème-brulee, etc.) to eliminate waste.
  • Demonstrates an ongoing understanding of the ingredient consumption required for daily production and always follows recipes to eliminate waste; always informs the Executive Pastry Chef when fluctuations occur.
  • Assists in on-the-job training for new-to-vessel / first-contract Pastry staff in assigned section as directed by the Executive Chef / Executive Pastry Chef.
  • Continually seeks guidance from the Executive Pastry Chef to ensure production is executed according to Princess’s recipes.

VIKING RIVER: Chef De Rang

Responsible of serving food and beverage efficiently and in a courteous manner. 

VIKING RIVER: Chef De Partie

Responsible for leading and supporting a multi cultural team of Galley personnel, ensuring the highest level of crew satisfaction and productivity. 

VIKING RIVER: Commis De Cuisine

Responsible to produce and maintain the expected level of food quality in the assigned area of responsibility. 

AIDA CRUISES: Junior Barkeeper

1. Make sure all cocktails and drinks are mixed according to the recipe and that we keep up with the company standard

2. Adopt necessary professional competences competence of all products provided in the bars

3. Comply with the hygiene standards USPH and HACCP

4. Assist inventory procedures when instructed by the superiors