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VIKING RIVER: Stateroom Steward

Clean Guest cabins twice daily; day service and turndown service; 12-20 cabins per day; within 5 hours on each shift this includes but is not limited to:

  • Making beds
  • Cleaning bathrooms & toilets
  • Vacuuming 
  • Dusting 
  • Cleaning windows and mirrors
  • Replenishing linens, towels and room amenities 
  • Ensuring general maintenance of stateroom 
  • Cleaning stateroom balconies 

AIDA & Costa : Hotel Fitter

  1. Repair works on ceiling , walls , loose and fixed furniture / equipment in catering areas
  2. Repair works on ceiling . walls , loose and fixed furniture in public areas
  3. Welding / repair on ceiling structures
  4. upon team need , he / she helps the carpenter in daily activities

 

COSTA CRUISES: 3rd Cook C

  • Collaborates on food preparations, accomplishing all tasks assigned by the Chef de Partie, in order to provide the final dish as per Company procedures, following HACCP standards.
  • Organizes and keeps the assigned Galley area tidy, cleaned, sanitized and stores utensils properly in order to respect HACCP standard and Company procedures
  • Loads the food needed from the provision area, as per requisition form and stores it in the designated areas, to guarantee that the final dish can be prepared as per Company recipes and following HACCP standards.

AIDA & Costa : Electrician

The Electrician is a person with moderate experience in the electrical field. He provides services regarding inspection, maintenance, and repair of installations and electrical equipment under the supervision of the 1st Electrician Officer and Electrician Officer.

AIDA & Costa : Refrigeration Assistant

The Assistant Reefer is a person with moderate experience in the field of refrigeration. He follows performance monitoring, maintenance, and repair of refrigeration and air-conditioning systems, under the guidance of the Reefer Engineer.

AIDA & Costa : Motorman / Oiler

The Motorman is a person with experience in the inspection and maintenance, scheduled and unscheduled, of the engine as a whole. He provides service by assisting the Motorman Daily under the direction and supervision of the 1st Engineer. The Motorman also serves watch under the direction and supervision of the Chief Engine Watch Officer.

AIDA & Costa : Engine Utility

The Engine Utility is primarily engaged in the cleaning and painting of various areas and machinery that are in the Engine Room and all those places considered “technical.” He is also assigned to the handling of materials and spare parts. The Engine Utility works under the guidance of the Foreman. In cases where Engine Utility is involved in the maintenance of waste treatment plants (mainly incineration), he or she reports directly to the Hotel Engineer. The Engine Utility provides for the monitoring and maintenance of mechanical equipment in relation to the disposal of waste in general. He or she also performs watch service to such systems when necessary.

AIDA & Costa : Fitter /Mechanic

The Fitter/Mechanic is a person with great experience and dexterity related to engine work. He or she provides monitoring, maintenance, and repair of the mechanical parts of any equipment on the vessel, including pipes, as required by the Staff Engineer.

AIDA & Costa : Helmsman / AB

The Helmsman remains on lookout on the Bridge during navigation. He sends specific signals to ships in the vicinity, paying attention to marine traffic. At the express order of the Captain or the Watch Officer, the Helmsman is positioned on the steering column to guide the ship’s manual steering system. During navigation, if not assigned to the watch, the Helmsman stays at the bow or stern. If not on watch, the Helmsman performs cleaning, polishing of wood, brass and other metal parts, painting or lacquering of the bridge superstructure, lifeboats, or the ship’s sides. He follows splicing and cable repair on board, and covers the safety roles assigned by the security officer.

AIDA & Costa : Ordinary Sailor /OS

The Ordinary Sailor carries out work under the Bosun. He performs cleaning, polishing of wood, brass and other metal parts, painting or lacquering of the bridge superstructure, lifeboats, or the ship’s sides. He follows splicing and cable repair onboard, covers the safety roles assigned by the Safety Officer, and remains in operation at the bow or stern, carrying out the orders from the Bosun. One of the Ordinary Sailors is named “Pennese.” While maintaining the same tasks, he is also used to organize, prepare, and distribute the necessary materials for maintenance operations, as ordered by the Bosun.