To Apply Please send your resume/CV and certifications (if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always interested in talking to potential crew who are professional, safety minded, guest focused and looking for a rewarding career. We value hard working, honest individuals with a natural inclination to focus on the guest experience. We work as a tight team that are respectful towards each other, that welcome and provide our guests with an amazing, safe, exhilarating and memorable experiences.
Bring your genuine love of hospitality, diving and Mother Ocean to our team. We look forward to meeting you!
Working hours and Schedules
You can expect to work a minimum of 12 hours per day, seven days per week. The 12 hours may be divided into split shifts of varying lengths with breaks throughout the shift.
Contract length is normally month on, month off. There is some flexibility with longer contracts available. All crew are required to help with the annual refit which takes place every July.
Your initial 90 days on board are considered a probationary period. At any time within this period, the Company can choose to terminate your employment agreement for sub-standard performance.
We train, coach and encourage all crew to broaden their skill sets and abilities. Training subsidies are also available.
We are proud to pay the highest wages in the dive boat industry. Our hard working crew are expected to excel in guest services and our gratuities reflect that.
Crew in senior positions will receive and annual travel allowance. Most Crew are responsible for their own transportation to and from the boat including Airfare, transfers, hotel if necessary, etc.
A passport, valid for at least one year is required when you join. If you are applying for a new passport, we suggest you obtain one valid for at least 5 years, to make things easier in the future. Obtaining the passport is at your own expense.
Depending on the ship and itinerary, you may need to apply for a Seaman's Book before you join, or when you are onboard the ship. We will advise you. This is at your own expense.
The large majority of crew share a cabin with one other crew member. Some utility positions need to share 3 & 4 bed cabins. You must change sheets, make your bed, dust and clean the bathroom on a regular basis.
The Language Spoken On board
English is the official language onboard in all public areas and around guests even when conversing with fellow crew members who speak your native tongue.
Crew eat from the same menu guests do approximately 30 minutes after posted meal times.
It is important that the Employee understands and agrees to the Company Alcohol Policy and the consequences for violating the policy. The Company retains the option of terminating employment for cause without notice for any violations of the published alcohol policy.
The Company has zero tolerance for the use of illegal drugs or the abuse of legal drugs or alcohol. Use of illegal substances will result in termination, and possibly arrest by the local authorities.
Smoking is allowed only in designated areas aboard. Smoking in crew cabins is strictly prohibited! Non-compliance with this guideline may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
It is important that the Employee understands and agrees to the Company Relationship Policy and the consequences for violating the policy. The Company retains the option of terminating employment for cause without notice for any violations of the published relationship policy.