Working Abroad

  • Work Onboard Luxury Cruise Ships with Steiner Cruises
    Hair and Beauty Jobs talks to Debbie Pritchard, Head of International Recruitment
  • Viva Salons at Mark Warner Hotels provides head to toe relaxing treatments for those seeking a little pampering on holiday. Hair and Beauty Jobs talks to Anna Holden, responsible for managing the recruitment and operation of Viva Beauty Salons. If you're a multi skilled therapist that likes the i...
  • Hair and Beauty Jobs talks to Alison Aspinall Mariosa, Hair Trainer with Steiner Training Ltd
  • I started working for Steiner just over a year ago and my life has become a bit of a rollercoaster ever since.
  • ‘I’ve never loved and hated something so much in my whole life.’- Is a familiar phrase amongst cruise ship workers no matter what profession you are. Working on a cruise ship is more than just a job; it becomes a way of life.
  • I’m sure every therapist has dreamed of working overseas in a beautiful 7 star resort, 500 storeys high in the sky.
  • Taking your massage skills abroad with you is a great opportunity to immerse yourself into a different culture and to see things you would otherwise have to pay a lot of money for.
  • Tired of complaining about the weather and living in a shoebox? Contemplating a new life where the sun always shines and your wages go that little bit further?

  • Working as a beauty therapist, massage therapist or stylist on-board a cruise ship is a great way to incorporate travel whilst continuing to further develop your skills. Experiences will propel your career even further, in future opportunities. It is also a good starting point when considering expanding your career abroad, as it will give you a taste of many different locations in a short space of time. Contracts vary from 4 months – 8 months each, so those away from home for the first time will

  • Zara Priestley spent some time onboard a cruise ship as a beauty therapist and gives an overview of what it's really like

  • The United Kingdom offers a number of immigration routes for foreign nationals who want to set up shop in the country on a permanent basis. While many visas for the UK are employment based, others can allow people to come to Britain based on their family ties. Here, immigration specialists take a look at some of the main routes to living and working in the UK

  • A cruise trip has always been a very special and romantic experience. For the passenger is almost a dream but, have you ever wondered what it takes to make that dream possible? Have you ever seen people who are part of the crew and wondered where they sleep or the kind of life they have on that elegant ship?

  • Many people have heard the old adage that a cruise ship is like a floating city, therefore, it is not hard to imagine that it takes hundreds of employees to run and maintain a cruise ship. Think of all the jobs that have to be filled just in the community where you live. It is the same way on a cruise ship.

  • Work permits are designed to allow a foreign national to move to the UK and begin working in a pre-arranged position for a specified employer. In this article, we explore some of the key issues surrounding work permit applications.

  • Before you apply for a job on a cruise ship, or take your application any further, you should think carefully about exactly what it is a potential cruise line employer is looking for

  • Starting a new life in another country is a very exciting prospect. However, making that move can also be a daunting and complex process. We all know how challenging it is to move to a new home in your own country, so imagine the effort and organisation required to get from one continent to another!