Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Sea Engineering, Inc. Workplace

At Sea Engineering, Inc. our employees are our biggest resource.  We understand the importance of developing each employee’s career through training and mentoring, allowing them to reach their full potential.  We encourage our employees to continue their growth through continuing education and participation in professional societies, industry organizations, and technical associations.

Sea Engineering is an employee-owned coastal and ocean engineering, marine construction, and industrial diving services company founded in 1973.  Our headquarters are based in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Sea Engineering also has offices in Waimanalo, Hawaii, and Santa Cruz, California.

We are looking for talented and motivated candidates to work on challenging projects in an environment focused on excellence, continuous learning, and growth.  We offer employees medical, dental, paid time off, paid holidays, 401k matching, and an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).

 

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:

COMMERCIAL BOAT CAPTAIN – 100 TON 

Sea Engineering, Inc., a local ocean engineering, commercial diving, and marine construction company is seeking an experienced Captain to be responsible for safe operations and management of vessels from 17 to 84 feet, including vessel operation and maintenance.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum 100-ton license and be familiar with inter-island transit.  Towing endorsement is desired, but not required.  Candidates should have, at a minimum, a basic understanding and ability to work with engine room mechanics and electrical as they will be in charge of vessels on multi-day inter-island trips and strong boat handling skills in confined areas.  Added plus if the candidate has a working knowledge of cruise plans and has an industrial background including construction, rigging, or has been around commercial diving operations in the past.

Candidates should be interested in expanding their knowledge of mechanics and be interested in working on a variety of vessels for a variety of different projects including scientific research support, commercial diving operations, and supporting waterfront construction.  The candidate should be a self-starter and capable of starting and finishing projects without significant supervision.  The ideal candidate will have experience working with ship-based cranes and winches and be able to obtain their certified crane operator license.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Safely operate vessels in Hawaiian waters
  • Maintain vessels and vessel equipment including engines, winches, cranes, plumbing, electrical, etc
  • Maintain records of maintenance and repairs of vessel and equipment
  • Perform routine inspections of vessels and equipment
  • Ensure stringent safety requirements are constantly met at all times
  • Prepare vessel logs and other vessel administration

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 5 years experience required with a preferred 2 years in Hawaiian waters preferred
  • 100 ton captains license or higher desired
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required, 4 year degree preferred
  • Current TWIC preferred
  • Must be detail-oriented, able to prioritize and delegate tasks, and must possess the ability to multi-task
  • Basic computer literacy including MS Office products preferred
  • Must be able to lift 30 pounds repetitively and able to lift 100 pounds in tandem
  • Must be able to kneel, stand, sit, and climb
  • Able to perform repetitive operations and able to concentrate on detailed tasks while in heavy seas without getting seasick
  • Must be able to acquire Pearl Harbor and Kaneohe Marine Corps Base Pass access

 

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