Be a part of a culture of excellence
We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture of caring that supports our people. This philosophy has led to one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry. Our port agency provides the complex logistics and communications required to move our principals’ deep draft vessels in and out of port. We work with local terminals, regulators, and port service providers to coordinate safe and efficient calls of liquid bulk, dry bulk, and break bulk ships.
Our Vessel Managers coordinate and dispatch port services, suppliers, and governmental authorities while keeping vessel owners, operators, and charterers constantly informed of the status of their vessel. Computer literacy, mastery of the English language, a clean driving record, the passing of initial and random drug and alcohol screenings, and the physical ability to board ships at berth and at anchor are required. Periodic night and weekend work is required, as is the possession of a TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) or the ability to obtain one. Attention to detail and ability to multi-task is a must.
We are an employee owned company. Our benefits package includes medical, dental, 401k, and auto allowance. You will need your own reliable vehicle to drive for company business. Maritime industry experience is helpful but not required. Salary is dependent upon experience. Applicants must be able to legally work in the United States and be able to obtain a TWIC from TSA.
For inquiries into our job openings, please email a letter of introduction and resume to email@example.com.
Current job openings
We currently have Vessel Manager openings in our Long Beach, San Francisco, and Bellingham offices.