Career paths at Seajacks
- Employ the best people
- Reward excellence within our organisation
- Observe our Equal Opportunities guidelines at all times
- Develop experienced and highly skilled employees
Current onshore vacancies can be found here
If you cannot see any relevant vacancies, please submit your C.V. to the below addresses for review.
Offshore vessel C.V. submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seajacks Merman Marine Ltd, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, PO Box HM 1179, Hamilton, HM Ex, Bermuda
Onshore C.V. submissions: email@example.com
Seajacks UK Ltd, Seajacks House, South Denes Business Park, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK, NR30 3QR
Lewis Fleming, Assistant Project Engineer
“At Loughborough University, I studied Electronic and Electrical Engineering. After securing my B.Eng. I went on to complete a Master’s degree. I learned about Seajacks from their local recruitment program; since I have lived near Great Yarmouth all my life, working here made a lot of sense. The best bit about working at the office is the friendly atmosphere. They give you a lot of responsibility from early on, but you know that there is a supportive network behind you to help. Much like life onboard, every day generates a different challenge.”
Thomas Guppy, Master on the Scylla
“I have worked at Seajacks for the past 4 years as a Master onboard the Leviathan, Seajacks’ second vessel but I am now the Master of Seajacks Scylla.
My path to Seajacks was through the Merchant Navy. I passed my 2nd Mate’s Exam; completed my Mate’s Exam and, finally, sat my Master’s Exam. While I studied for my assessments, I worked onboard various vessels including: Semi submersible DP Rigs, Oil field construction, Ferries, tankers and general cargo. Working in the Merchant Navy has taken me everywhere; during my career I have worked in South America, Southeast Asia, and all over Europe.
As a Seajacks Master, I am tasked with ensuring the safety of the Vessel and everyone onboard, safe navigation, and the highest level of efficiency in a risk-free environment. What attracted me to Seajacks was the versatility of the company and its potential for growth. Working here allows each team member to assume various roles; life onboard certainly keeps you on your toes.”
Nautical Science, involves working on the bridge of a vessel
Marine Engineering, working in the engine room of the vessel
Electro-Technical, working on the onboard electronics.