Bahamas Paradise cruise company to host job fair on 14 June for 100 positions

Bahamas Paradise - a local cruise line is hosting a job fair in the upcoming week on June 14 2021, to recruit new faculty members in their team as the company is planning to get back for sailing after a break of 15 months.

Bahamas: Bahamas Paradise – a local cruise line is hosting a job fair in the upcoming week on June 14 2021, to recruit new faculty members in their team as the company is planning to get back for sailing after a break of 15 months.

Bahamas Paradise currently has 100 vacant positions in which it will enrol individuals. These include greeters, check-in agents, luggage porters, and forklift operators.

The job fair would be held from noon to 5 p.m. on Monday, June 14, at Port of Palm Beach in Riviera Beach. Those who are looking forward to apply and come to the job fair would have to bring their resume with them.

The company is providing both part-time and full-time jobs from entry-level to professional. Depending on the position, some of them come with advantages.

The Bahamas Paradise is on course to become one of the first cruise lines to renew operations after recently getting the green light from the CDC to conduct a test sail in the upcoming few weeks.

The CEO of Bahamas Paradise, Oneil Khosa, has stated that “We need talent that is a beam, that’s optimistic, that’s positive. It’s a high-speed, dynamic environment. It’s very international. We receive guests from all over the world, and it is a great place to be if you want to learn. And if you want to excel in life.”

Bahamas Paradise is a cruise line company that operates two-day voyages out of West Palm Beach, FL. The organisation was founded in late 2014 and began working on its first cruises in February 2015 with the Grand Celebration.

After Celebration Cruise Line, Bahamas Paradise ceased operations following a grounding incident that left its only ship, the Bahamas celebration, damaged beyond repair.

Former Celebration Cruise Line officials formed the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line & bought the Costa celebration to take over the route, which was previously operated by the Bahamas celebration.

The first cruise of the company was scheduled to depart on February 1, 2015. Due to technical difficulties, the voyage was cancelled. Repairs were made, and the ship set sail on February 3.