Description du poste
In line with MSC Cruises policies and procedures and under the supervision of the SPA Manager, the Massage Therapist is responsible for delivering an exceptional guest experience by providing professional massage services and wellness education in order to maximise SPA revenue and achieve the highest levels of guest satisfaction.
•Performs professional and customer-oriented massage services in accordance with Company protocols;
•Delivers the highest standards of service to all guests within the SPA facilities;
•Actively promotes SPA services, packages and the SPA facilities;
•Accurately and efficiently schedules guest appointments and consultations;
•Maintains the standards and visual presentation of the treatment rooms and SPA facilities;
•Follows all sanitation and cleaning procedures for treatment rooms and equipment;
•Assists in all areas of the SPA operation as requested by the SPA Manager.
•Proficient speaking, reading, and writing skills in English, and with a fluent level in at least 2 of the following languages: German, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, Chinese. Any other language is considered as a plus;
•High School Graduate or equivalent;
•Must hold relevant qualifications;
•Certifications in specialist techniques (Thai Yoga massage, Shiatsu, Lomi Lomi, etc.) are desirable;
•At least 1 years' experience as a Massage Therapist in a SPA environment;
•Upselling and cross-selling skills;
•Exceptional communication and customer service skills;
•Ability to work without direct supervision.
MSC Cruises’ fleet of 17 modern and innovative ships is one of the most environmentally-advanced in the industry. The Company is committed to environmental stewardship and works to minimise and continuously reduce the environmental impact of its fleet both while at sea and ashore by employing innovative marine and environmental technologies. With a long-term goal to achieve zero emissions, MSC Cruises became the first major global cruise line to offset 100 per cent of its ships’ carbon emissions.
An industry-unprecedented €11.6 billion plan will see MSC Cruises’ contemporary fleet increase to 25 ships by 2027. Additionally, MSC Group’s Cruises Division is investing an additional €2 billion in a new luxury cruise brand comprising four super-yacht ships, launching one per year between 2023 and 2026.
Sailing to nearly 250 destinations across five continents, MSC Cruises brings together more than 180 nationalities from around the world, offering an enriching and immersive cruise experience inspired by the Company’s European heritage. Expect to find international dining, world-class entertainment, award-winning family programmes and the very latest guest-friendly technology onboard.
MSC Cruises is the only company in the world to receive the "7 Golden Pearls" award from Bureau Veritas, the global certification agency, in recognition of its high level of quality management and environmental responsibility. The Company has also achieved ISO 9001 and ISO 22000 certification for the quality and food safety of all aspects of its catering, both on shore and on board. Furthermore, MSC Cruises believes that global leadership brings increased responsibility towards the physical and human environments in which it operates. As such, a long term partnership with UNICEF was undertaken in 2009 to support UNICEF’s efforts at first to provide education to under privileged children in Brazil and anti-malaria solutions in various African countries. The partnership was renewed in 2014 to tackle malnutrition in developing countries and in emergency situations. Since the beginning of the partnership, over four million euros were raised.