Check this job listing for Norwegian Cruise Line. Excerpts:
Full responsibility of the entire Surveillance Operations of the Ship. Shall also work closely with the Captain, Staff Captain, Hotel Director, Chief Engineer and Casino Manager in maintaining the integrity of the shipboard operation.
It is the primary responsibility of the Surveillance Manager and Surveillance team to protect the company's assets, and to assist the onboard and shore side management of the company in ensuring the safety and security of passengers and crew, the strict adherence to the company's SEMS and other operating procedures, and the maximizing of company profitability....
The Surveillance Manager is to observe, record, and report. Obtaining this information includes not only the monitoring of video feeds for example on board cameras but also includes 'live' surveillance while walking around the ship in both passenger and crew areas, as well as listening to any comments passengers or crew may have to offer.
What do you think? Sounds like fun?
Can anyone share experiences of what it's like to use / operate or install surveillance cameras on cruise ships?