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Disney want to pay someone to travel the world

Disney want to pay someone to travel the world

Disney want to pay someone to travel the world.

The company are recruiting a Youth Activities manager to join them on cruises around the world - but there is a catch, you'll have to do seven days and up to 84 hours every week.

The job advert reads: "At Disney Cruise Line, you can set sail on the job opportunity of a lifetime! Disney Cruise Line has established itself as a world-renowned leader in hospitality and entertainment, and has been recognized as the top cruise line for families. Our crew members bring the magic to life to deliver exceptional guest service and create family-friendly fun onboard the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and on our private island paradise in the Bahamas - Castaway Cay!

"With incredible itineraries that visit exciting destinations around the world, crew and Officers can chart the course for an unforgettable adventure with Disney Cruise Line. Ongoing training and development allows our crew to continuously learn and grow personally and professionally, and Disney Cruise Line offers a unique opportunity for those looking to grow, excel and work for one of the most innovative and welcoming companies in the world. Apply today to Embark on Your Career and Navigate Your Future! (sic)"

There is also a number of other requirements for the successful candidate including being interested in a career at sea.

They added: "You must be genuinely interested in a career at sea and willing to live and work onboard a Disney Cruise Line vessel. You should be committed to the position you are applying for at least 2-3 contracts before a transfer or promotion and be willing to follow and perform safety role, emergency duties and/or associated responsibilities as specified in the ship Assembly Plan. You must be willing to share a cabin with other crew members and appreciative of working and living in a multi-cultural environment and be comfortable living in a confined space with strict rules and regulations."

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