These job listings were current as of September 1, 2019CAPTAIN
S/V Fair Jeanne
Bytown Brigantine is a Canadian not-for-profit organization, operating two brigantines from Brockville, Ontario through the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway. We provide sail training and mentorship programs for youth during the summer months as well as a winter program comprised of vessel maintenance and seamanship theory with our returning trainees during the off season.
We are currently looking to hire a 150-ton Master for our 2020 season, as well as the possibility to familiarize yourself aboard the vessel for one short voyage at the tail end of our 2019 season.
Applicants are required to hold an Canadian 150-ton Master certificate
Experience in sail training, especially square-rigged seamanship, is preferred, but all applicants will be considered.
Ability to work with and manage young crew is a must, and pursuant to that, criminal record check for the vulnerable sector is mandatory
For more information feel free to contact:
Ryan Karakai, Mate
Oliver Hazard Perry is seeking a Chief Mate for the remainder of her 2019 season. Qualified applicants will possess at minimum a 500-ton Near Coastal Mateís License and have significant experience with managing shipís crew. Potential for long term employment including professional development training and benefit package.
Interested applicants should contact:
Captain Robert Glover
Director of Marine Operations
WINTER MAINTENANCE CREW
Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild
Applicants should have a minimum of two years service aboard traditional sailing vessels, including maintenance and/or repair experience. Carpentry, Engineering, or Rigging skills a plus. These are paid positions, running through May 2020. Housing is provided aboard Gazela. Applicants should be self-motivated, as well as comfortable working with and instructing volunteers.
PSPG maintains and operates the 1901 barkentine Gazela Primeiro, the 1902 tugboat Jupiter, and the workshop barge Poplar. Projects will include, but not be limited to: downrigging Gazela's upper spars using ship's gear, Winter cover, topsides repair, spar maintenance, engineering maintenance on Gazela and Jupiter, welded repairs and painting aboard Poplar.
Apply with resume and references to Patrick Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
EDUCATOR / DECKHAND / INTERN
Sound Experience is seeking applications for Educator/Deckhand Month-Long Internship on the schooner Adventuress for the month of September and/or October. Internship starts as soon as possible.
Facilitate day & overnight youth & adult programs. Actively participate in all aspects of shipboard life. Interact positively with youth and adults. Crew must be at least 18 & submit to background check and have First Aid/CPR certs.
Sound Experience sails the historic schooner Adventuress to educate, inspire and empower an inclusive community for the future of our marine environment.
Visit our website for detailed job descriptions and how to apply. https://www.soundexp.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/join-our-crew/
Come join Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships ! We are currently seeking Deckhands of all abilities to fulfill our fall/winter season. The Fleet consists of the Liberty Clipper, a 125′ steel hull schooner and the Liberty Star, a 67′ wooden hull schooner. Both ships operate out of Boston, day sailing June through early October, before the Liberty Clipper transitís south to the Bahamas for our winter wind-jamming season.
Successful completion of the summer season earns you priority consideration as winter crew. Ideal candidates must have a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, a commitment to the highest levels of customer service, and a passion for traditionally rigged vessels.
All potential crew must pass a pre-employment drug test. This is a live aboard position.
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