CSC Gambia and Royal Caribbean Cruises launch massive recruitment of workers –
Cruise Ship Crew Gambia (CSCGAMBIA), in conjunction with Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited, has launched a massive recruitment of cruise passengers in The Gambia with the aim of recruiting over five hundred potential Gambians to work on cruise liners in different destinations around the world .
The massive recruitment of Gambian workers which started yesterday at the Coco Ocean hotel is expected to end on Wednesday, aiming to recruit skilled workers in the kitchen, pastry, housekeeping, storekeepers and stewards who will be trained ahead of their final deployment on the cruise. ocean liners in Miami, Florida, among other places in the United States.
David White, Managing Partner CSCGAMBIA, said The Gambia was a reliable country which has provided an effective and efficient service provider to Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited over the years. He noted that the Ebola outbreak in the past derailed their exercise.
He revealed that CSCGAMBIA’s partners, Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited is willing to offer admission to many Gambians in the fields of Cokery, Waiters, Cleaners, Stewards, Maids among others, noting that more than five hundred workers Qualified candidates are expected to be recruited during the next four-day recruitment exercise.
CSCGAMBIA Managing Partners has revealed that previously recruited Gambians have been doing incredibly well in Singapore, Tampa Florida, Miami and New Jersey, among other destinations, revealing that many Gambians recruited six years ago now hold key positions on different cruise ships.
Andrea Chessa, Head, Bulk and Hiring Partners Shipboard Global Talent Acquisition/APAC of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd Manila, Singapore Office, revealed that this year, Royal Cruises Limited expects to recruit 25,000 workers globally. To say that following this plan, his organization has already conducted recruitment exercises in Madagascar and South Africa with four days here in The Gambia as the last stop.
The head of Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited said more than five hundred Gambians are expected to be recruited during the four-day exercise, saying visa processes and medical certification are more easily acquired in The Gambia than in many countries in where they operate. He said his company’s goal is to bring everyone who has successfully applied on board Royal Caribbean cruise liners between the ages of 30 and 45. center, he added.
“We are very impressed with the quality of the people we bring from The Gambia, especially those admitted into the culinary fields, they are doing well. So far, we have a 100% success rate with Gambians recruited into the culinary department of Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited,” Mr. Chessa revealed.
He also revealed his company’s plans to steadily increase the number of recruitments in The Gambia to 1,000 people every year, while encouraging Gambians, especially those with hospitality skills, to apply for the Live Change Opportunity. .