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by | Dec 9, 2019 | Job posting | 17 comments

Have you ever considered working onboard a cruise ship within the medical department?

You will be part of a progressive team working in a modern facility caring for both passengers and crew in need of medical attention.

As an officer in this position you are provided with your own cabin, a four month assignment and best of all the opportunity to get paid to see the world!

Competitive salary and excellent perks are included onboard.

Candidates must have 3 years post graduate medical/nursing experience and some of that must be in emergency, critical care or remote care/nursing.

Email resumes to pmmarine@telus.net


  1. Perry Kaiser

    Do you consider paramedics??

    • Cody wilson

      Are there still paramedic positions open?

  2. Liz

    Hi heather,
    I am a retiring RN with many years of experience, critical care and ER. This is current….. Where would I get information regarding shifts , remuneration, licensing and medical benefits?

  3. Kianna Irving

    Hi There!

    My name is Kianna and I am graduating from Western University this June 2017 with a BScN–Writing my NCLEX this May 2017. The posting said that RNs needed 3 years experience, but I am curious whether you would take a new graduate on?

    I have lived overseas my entire life and am searching for a RN job that will allow me to travel around the world!

    Eager for your reply,

    • Heather Hathorn

      Great question. However, our clients require a min of 3 years of hospital based experience (1+ of which needs to be ER based)

  4. shannen manlangit

    Hello there,
    I am a Canadian RN from Ontario and currently working in critical care and acute surgical. I was wondering if the company is still hiring RNs?

  5. Mary

    What is the amount of emergency nursing required out of the three years?

  6. Lisa

    Good Day,

    I am an RN and obtained my nursing degree from the University of New Brunswick. Further to this, I have a reproductive health sti certified practice designation. I took an extensive course in woundcare and I have a great understanding of diabetes. I do have several years of acute care nursing experience along with a BCCDC communicable disease certification. I currently work on the First Nations Reservations in the lower mainland of BC and the Fraser Health Authority.
    I wouldd certainly love an opportunity to speak to you, either by phone or in person to gain a better understanding of your RN opportunites.



  7. Francois Demers


    I am a canadian critical care RN working in Emergency in Montreal. I have 4 years work experience including internal medecine, oncology and traumatology.

    I am very interested in this opportunity. Are you still hiring?

    Thank you


  8. HONG

    My name is HONG, I am a Canadaian RN, working in ICU, living in Toronto, Mandarin is my first language. this position seems perfect for me. Do you accept casual?

    • Heather Hathorn

      Great question! So sorry though all of our cruise clients contracts for RN roles are 4 months in duration.