American Cruise Lines is hiring

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March 28, 2022

American Cruise Lines leads the way with the newest fleet of small cruise ships, paddlewheelers, and modern riverboats in the country.  With a current fleet of 13 and more currently under construction, ACL offers guests a customized experience on each of their 35 plus itineraries which visit the most captivating destinations in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, New England, the Southeast, and the Mississippi River region.

It is an exciting time here at ACL to join our team as we are rapidly expanding and there are many perks to working with us. We offer comprehensive development programs to hone skills and advance career growth. Along with competitive salary, bonuses and incentives, paid travel, and a great way to gain sea time.  We give our employees the opportunity to learn, develop, and thrive in their careers.  As the size of our fleet grows, so do the opportunities for advancement onboard and in the corporate office. To help you reach your short and long-term career goals, we offer professional development, mentoring, and training in our ship simulator facility.

River Captain– As a senior shipboard officer, you would be responsible for safe vessel operations, adherence to company and regulatory standards, and representing the company as a professional leader and example. Required U.S. Coast Guard Master’s license: minimum 100T, desired 1600T or greater.Apply Now
River Pilot– As a senior shipboard watch officer, you would be responsible for safe vessel operations, adherence to company and regulatory standards, and representing the company as a professional leader and example. Required: U.S. Coast Guard Master’s license: minimum 100T, desired 1600T or greater.Apply Now
Mate– As s Mate, you are senior shipboard officers reporting directly to the Captain and responsible for safe vessel operations, adherence to company and regulatory standards, and representing the company as a professional leader and example. Required U.S. Coast Guard Mate’s license: minimum 100T, desired license 1600TApply Now
Junior Mate- As an entry-level shipboard officer, you would report directly to the Mate and be responsible for safe vessel and launch operations, adherence to company and regulatory standards, and representing the company as a professional leader and example. Required U.S. Coast Guard Master’s license: minimum 25T, desired Master’s 100T and Mate’s license 1600T.Apply Now
Engine Room Attendant– As an onboard crewmember you would be responsible for the maintenance and troubleshooting of all vessel machinery, equipment, and systems. – Apply Now

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