Island Maintenance Manager


Manage the daily maintenance and upkeep of all island facilities, equipment and systems
Support ongoing training and development for the technical staff to ensure safe and efficient maintenance practices are followed
Responsible for the reporting and record keeping of all maintenance activities and provisioning through the AMOS-S system
Assist with the preparation of annual operating, planned work and maintenance budgeting, and effectively manage to those targeted business goals
Lead the environmental protection efforts on the island to ensure adequate environmental controls and procedures are in place and adhered to by the staff
Execute additional job responsibilities, as assigned by DCL leadership, based on operational need
Comply with all company set policies and procedures


Basic Qualifications
Hold a valid 2nd Engineer’s license in accordance with IMO and STCW regulations, or equivalent certifications
Minimum five years recent experience as a technical engineer with full or subordinate responsibility for the technical management of a major facility or ship
Proven experience with diesel-powered electrical generation and waste-water treatment plant
Be at least 21 years of age
Be able to speak, read and write fluent English
Willingness to live on an island with approximately 100 other crew members
Willingness to commit to an island contract
Be able to adhere to Disney Cruise Line appearance guidelines
Enjoy working in a guest-service oriented environment
Be flexible with your work schedule and job duties
Appreciate diversity among guests and crew

Applicants must:

Be genuinely interested in a career at sea and willing to live and work onboard a Disney Cruise Line vessel
Be committed to the position you are applying for at least 2-3 contracts before a transfer or promotion
Be willing to follow and perform safety role, emergency duties and/or associated responsibilities as specified in the ship Assembly Plan
Be willing and able to uphold the general safety management responsibilities specified in the Safety Management System in areas and operations under their control
Be willing to follow and embrace United States Public Health requirements and guidelines as well as Environmentality requirements and Company practices
Be willing to share a cabin with other crew members and appreciative of working and living in a multi-cultural environment
Be comfortable living in a confined space with strict rules and regulations
Adhere to a structured lifestyle, personally and professionally
Your Responsibilities:

Have a valid passport and C1/D Seaman's visa (DCL will provide you with documents to obtain this)
Complete a pre-employment medical
Obtain a criminal background check
Bring approved work shoes

All new hires are required to undergo drug/alcohol testing within the first week onboard and throughout their contracts. Failure to pass the drug/alcohol testing will result in immediate termination.

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