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Antigua and Barbuda launches mega recruitment drive of job opportunities in cruise tourism

Reportedly, around 500 jobs will be given to the people of Antiguans and Barbudans with the help of the collaboration between the government of Antigua and Barbuda and the Royal Caribbean Group (RCB)

Antigua and Barbuda: The government of Antigua and Barbuda has come up with huge job opportunities in cruise tourism for their people. Through the press release by the government, Antigua and Barbuda facilitates a mega recruitment drive by Royal Caribbean Group (RCB) for job opportunities on the cruise. 

Reportedly, around 500 jobs will be given to the people of Antiguans and Barbudans with the help of the collaboration between the government of Antigua and Barbuda and the Royal Caribbean Group (RCB). 

The persons who hold the passports of the twin-island nations will be given the opportunity to apply for the various position during a July 4 to & recruitment drive. The drive will be held at the Multi-Purpose and Cultural Exhibition Centre at Perry Bay from 9 am to 4 pm daily. 

Firstly, the three days will be used to do the screening of the prospective candidates; on the other hand, the final and last days will be used to interview the most suitable candidates

Further, Royal Caribbean Group also offered various job opportunities across the globe and the job contracts could range from six months depending on the position and department. 

The person will be selected by the positions offered on the spot during the July 4 to 7 recruitment drive, and candidates must successfully complete a medical evaluation. People should be fully vaccinated or could be involved in the vaccination process. 

All interested persons should complete a preliminary online registration process signalling intent at https://forms.gle/gV2svbBMpMo1utHh7

Every Applicant should be 18 years or older to apply for the job. 

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