€1.5 billion in 2014
MSC Cruises is the fourth-largest cruise line in the world and market leader in the Mediterranean, South Africa and Brazil. Part of the giant Mediterranean Shipping Company, the privately owned business is based in Geneva, Switzerland, and operates national offices in 45 countries around the world, employing more than 15,000 staff on land and at sea.
With a fleet of 12 ships, seasonal itineraries cover northern Europe, the Med, Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean, South America, southern Africa, as well as the Emirates and Oman.
MSC Cruises is well served by public transport. A number of underground stations are close by – Holborn (3 mins walk), Chancery Lane (8 mins) and Temple (8 mins). Waterloo Station is the nearest mainline rail terminal, just across the River Thames to the south (18 mins).
What we do
Our UK office currently employs approximately 60 people. The operation is chiefly concerned with handling the sales, marketing and administration of the company’s cruises to UK holidaymakers.
Staff are employed in a number of departments – finance and HR, commercial, sales, marketing/web and customer service. The call centre is also based here, although some staff in this department are employed as homeworkers.
As a family-owned business MSC Cruises recognises the importance of having happy and healthy employees. Staff are part of the wider MSC ‘family’ and joining us gives you access to a comprehensive menu of rewards and benefits. These include an attractive workplace pension scheme, childcare vouchers, health insurance, annual ticket loans, paid sickness, company maternity pay and Family & Friends preferential rates on our cruises worldwide.
If you would like to enquiry about working at MSC Cruises in the UK please contact email@example.com or see our current vacancies on this site.
Please note: The UK does not handle recruitment for roles on our ships.
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