Join an award-winning tourism and transport company
SeaLink Travel Group is a publicly listed multi-modal transport and tourism operator, delivering world-class customer services and brilliant Australian holiday experiences.
Carrying more than 350 million passengers a year in different locations around the world, our Group has over 8,000 employees operating more than 3,200 buses and 78 ferries in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, the Northern Territory, Western Australia, London and Singapore.
SeaLink was founded in 1989 in Adelaide providing transport and ferry services between the mainland and Kangaroo Island. Today, we are a leading Australian marine, tourism and public transport provider with established international operations in London and Singapore.
SeaLink QLD is looking for a bright and energetic individual who has a strong work ethic and an enthusiastic attitude to join our Palm Island and Magnetic Island teams!
This Permanent Part-Time position will be an integral part of the SeaLink North Queensland Marine Operations team. As the face of SeaLink QLD, it is the Cruise Attendant/Deckhand’s responsibility to provide excellent customer service with a smile – meeting and greeting passengers as they board, assisting customers with any luggage or queries, selling ferry tickets, beverages and other products including tours products on board the vessel.
- Customer Driven
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Demonstrated Cash Handling Experience
- Problem solving skills
- Organisational and planning skills
- Achievement and results driven
- Elements of Shipboard Safety – Essential
- Senior First Aid – Essential
- Responsible Service of Alcohol – Essential
This role requires energy, commitment, initiative, and teamwork.
SeaLink is a recognised Indigenous employer and offer training and career pathways to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers.
SeaLink Travel Group is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.