International Guest Services Norwegian Cruise Line

Assists all guests at the Guest Services Desk, but concentrates specifically on non-English-speaking groups and individual guests with their special needs and requirements in their native languages so as to give them a full, first class cruise experience.
In order to consistently exceed guest expectations and provide the highest levels of product and services. Reports to Guest Service Supervisor on a daily basis.

• Receives and handles special requests from non-English-speaking groups and individual guests.
• Works in conjunction with, and assists, the Group Services Coordinator and Guest Service Manager with handling special requests such as Honeymoon set-ups, Anniversary Packages, Birthday Packages, special dietary needs, medical needs, etc. for non-English-speaking guests. Follows up to ensure departments responsible have completed the requirements.
• Contacts Group Leaders of non-English-speaking guests to assist the Group Services Coordinator in organizing group events.
• Contacts non-English-speaking guests when necessary to offer assistance in making restaurant bookings, ordering special local/dietary food, arranging special tours on board and with shore excursions.
• Available for daily, advertised desk hours at the Guest Services Desk to answer questions and provide assistance to non-English-speaking guests.
• Assists at embarkation, disembarkation and port talks, as well as being present during these times to assist non-English-speaking guests where necessary. Available at Immigration and Customs inspections, etc.
• Conducts Embarkation/Disembarkation talks when numbers of non-English-speaking guests requires.
• Available to act as translator for non-English speaking guests needing to communicate with shipboard departments including, but not limited to, Medical, Security, Revenue outlets, Restaurant, Senior management.
• Coordinates announcements and the translation/printing of the Freestyle Daily, into the required languages relative to the non-English-speaking guest ratio on board each cruise.
• Available to make updates to other printed collateral where changes occur, including Menus, Shore Excursion Order Forms etc.
• Utilizes the translated materials available on WayPoint and submits updates and additions to the Manager, Hotel Operations for inclusion.
• Meets and greets their respective Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian guests accordingly.
• Assists with related collateral for all non-English-speaking guests and ensures

necessary items are properly translated and placed in the correct staterooms.
• Assists with personalized collateral for suites in coordination with the Concierge such as welcome letter, stationary, invitations etc.
• Meets and greets non-English-speaking VIP guests staying in suites as necessary and whenever possible.
• Ensures ship’s management is kept aware of all non-English-speaking VIPs on board and notifies them of all special requests, etc.
• Handles guest requests in an effective way by taking ownership of the request then following-up until the matter is finalized to the guests’ satisfaction.
• Fully familiar with the Guest Recovery program and empowered to utilize as needed
• Maintains a cash float for giving change and cashing traveler checks for guests.
• Available to assist Cruise Programs department in leading specific activities for non-English-speaking guests.
• Performs other related duties as assigned or as directed. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
• Must be familiar with the Safety and Environmental Protection Policy and the SEMS, and carry out the policies and procedures appropriate for his/her position.




Minimum experience and qualification requirements for position:
  • • Must be able to provide quality service for a large passenger vessel that can include from 1,000 to 4,000 guests.
  • • Must be able to provide information and translation in one or more Non-English-speaking languages for up to 400 guests.
  • Works in conjunction with the Guest Services Staff, Group Services Coordinator, Concierge, Embarkation Clearance Officer/GSAM and department heads to ensure non-English-speaking guest expectations are not only met but exceeded.
  • Enlightens shipboard management, staff and crew on the customs and traditions of any non-English-speaking nationals in order to better serve their needs.
  • Responsible for all information at the Guest Services Desk that pertains to non-English-speaking guests as well as other relative on board activities that add to the effective operation of the vessel.
  • Maintains a good working relationship and open communication with all departments.

Contract length: 16 weeks on/8 weeks off

Salary: Please contact the agency in regards salary

Necessary documents:
  • CV
  • Passport or ID card
  • Photo
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