There was a lot of excitement last year when Disney revealed it was hiring people to travel around the world on its luxury cruise ship.
But anyone who missed the opportunity last time is in luck, as the company is on the lookout for new staff to join Mickey and Minnie for an exciting journey around America and the Caribbean.
There are a number of youth activities counsellor vacancies up for grabs, a role which involves running entertainment for families, reports the Liverpool Echo .
Successful candidates will have to be flexible with their work schedule, job duties, and work locations, and will be expected to up to 84 hours a week.
Applicants need to be at least 20 years old, with a minimum of two years of experience working in a similar kids’ camp environment.
And if you don’t fancy spending your time at sea they’re also hiring people to work on its private island paradise in the Bahamas – Castaway Cay.
This will involve monitoring the safety of guests and rotating among multiple lifeguard stations.
You will also assist with island activities and clean the beach and boat lagoon.
Applicants for the role need to have a minimum of two years recent work experience in a lifeguard capacity, in a pool or open-water setting; high volume environment.
The vacancies come as Disney announces cruises from Dover from 2020, including one that takes a tour of the UK.