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Norwegian Cruise Line hiring for ship out of Hawaii at Atlanta job fair

Company will have an event in Atlanta next week to fill numerous positions onboard

If the open sea is calling you, head to the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown next week.

Norwegian Cruise Line is holding a job fair Sept. 4 to staff its M/S Pride of America, which offers year-round weekly departures from Honolulu.

There will be a morning and an afternoon session. The morning session begins at 8:30 a.m, when registration opens. An information meeting begins at 9, with interviews starting at 10 a.m. — so be sure to wear professional attire.

The afternoon session begins at 1:30 p.m., with the information meeting at 2 and interviews beginning at 3. The doors will close at the beginning of each information meeting and no one will be allowed in once it starts.

Before you head to a session, however, you need to apply online

Norwegian says it is looking for “energetic, hospitality-minded professionals with both recent and relevant experience in one of the following categories”:

  • Assistant cook
  • Assistant waiter
  • Bar waiter
  • Entertainment technician — audio/stagehand
  • Laundry personnel
  • Photographer 
  • Restaurant steward — busser/server
  • Seasonal youth counselor (two or more years recreation experience required working with children) 
  • Sous chef
  • Stateroom steward — hotel room housekeeping
  • Utility — janitorial in galley and hotel

The Renaissance Atlanta Midtown is at 866 W Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta 30308.

If your head is more in the clouds than on the sea, Delta Air Lines is also hiring.  The airline is hiring the crew members for its 2020 class of new flight attendants, who will go through six weeks of training.

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