Steiner has operated spas onboard luxury cruise ships for over 40 years and employs over 2000 fitness, salon and spa professionals every year.
Steiner has operated spas onboard luxury cruise ships for over 40 years and during that time has witnessed the spa, beauty and cruise industry transform from appealing to niche markets to serving the vacationing public at large. Steiner has offered cruise ship jobs to over 50,000 beauty, spa and fitness professionals, giving them the opportunity to see places that others only dream about. Many stay with the company for one or two contracts, but a core group remain for much longer - 20 or even 30 years. http://www.onespaworld.com/
For our staff: to build safe, friendly and ethical work environments where they can have the freedom to be creative and to inspire each and every guest achieve a greater sense of well-being. To ensure that staff who work diligently are rewarded accordingly for their efforts. To provide career opportunities and to support our staff's growth.
A career at sea can be very exciting and rewarding: a life experience like no other. In addition to learning more about life at sea, click here to see what Steiner staff have to say.
NORTH American Qualifications:
Steiner only hires fully-qualified staff. Click here to find out what diplomas are accepted for Hairstylists, Beauty Technicians and Nail Technicians. Please note that recruitment is on-going and that there are no "closing dates" for positions. Training dates are flexible and applications are only accepted one month in advance of interview dates. Interviews held at EvelineCharles Academy April 2011.
The History Of Steiner
The Steiner family has created hair care and apothecary products since 1901. However, it wasn't until 1934, when Herman Steiner took over the family business that Steiner became renowned hairdressers to the English upper class.
Over the the years, Steiner added treatment rooms to their salons and then fitness facilities, which marked the origin of its commitment to overall beauty and wellness. Today, Steiner-operated spas are exquisitely designed relaxation facilities that emphasize spa treatments for the face and body, comprehensive fitness programs, and alternative health care such as Acupuncture, Chiropractic services and medi-spa treatments such as Botox Cosmetic, Restylane, Perlane.
Steiner's transition from land to sea began with European cruise lines and then migrated across the Atlantic to include US based cruise lines. Over the years, spas-at-sea became Steiner's main source of business and would continue to grow until Steiner's main competitor decided to sell his business. In 1994, Steiner purchased Coiffeur Transocean and became known as Steiner Transocean Limited, making it the largest spa company at sea by literally doubling its spa venues overnight. To accommodate the need for extra resources, including qualified staff and good quality products and services, Steiner invested in training and research and development through the purchase of Elemis LTD, its main provider of spa services. It also developed, in conjunction with scientists, its cosmeceutical facial-therapy and product brand, La Therapie.
Steiner continued to grow and purchased Mandara Spas, which are found in over 50 resorts in Asia, North America and the Caribbean, and also onboard Norwegian Cruise Line.
With an unrelenting passion and reverence for education, Steiner also purchased post-secondary schools in the USA, specializing in spa and beauty curricula.