Based at Seajacks House in Great Yarmouth, the Seajacks team is home to a range of experts in the fields of engineering and project management, involved in UK and overseas projects for private sector clients. Currently employing over 70 people in the office and over 150 crews offshore on the vessels, Seajacks is a steadily expanding company.
Seajacks offers a dynamic and fulfilling career in both the Oil & Gas and Offshore Wind industries.
Training is provided wherever necessary. Seajacks offers a range of opportunities from people who are starting their career to people who are more established in their professional field.
We work closely with a number of schools and colleges and can provide work experience in our Operations; Finance; HSEQ (Health, Safety, Environment and Quality); Marketing; Maintenance; Contracts or Crewing department.
Please contact your school or college’s Careers Advisor for more details. If we do not work with your college or school already then please ask your Careers Advisor to email a member from our crewing department or call 01493 841 400.
Every year Seajacks recruits graduates with various degrees with a view to developing their experience and careers. If you are interested in finding out more about our upcoming graduate opportunities please contact our HR Manager Ian Robertson.
Every year Seajacks offers students the chance to join the Merchant Navy through Cadet Training Programmes:
- 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.
The colleges that run the Cadet programmes are Warsash Academy (Southampton), South Tyneside College (Newcastle), Fleetwood Nautical College (Blackpool) and Glasgow City College.
If you are interested in becoming a Seajacks Cadet please visit http://www.sstg.org for more information about entry requirements, sea time, course contents and the colleges. Quote Seajacks upon application to SSTG to be considered for sponsorship and subsequent employment by Seajacks.
Able Seafarer Apprenticeship
The Maritime Studies level 2 course, based at Lowestoft College, provides a firm base for entry into the maritime industry. The course has an excellent study to employment ratio and teaches a wide range of subjects. The course covers engineering; basic survival training; first aid, and fire fighting along with other relevant modules.
Qualities in a prospective employee
If a potential employee is coming straight from school or college then Seajacks will be looking for good attendance records and a positive attitude.
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