Marine Engineers - Chief, 1st and 2nd Engineers
Trip on and trip off
Career pathways for progression, including qualifications
A classic story of commitment and determination, our people play a significant role in making Sealord a proud New Zealand company and the country's best-known seafood brand.
With operations in New Zealand and Australia we're one of the largest seafood companies in the Southern Hemisphere. And with nearly 60 years of fishing experience, our business consistently delivers quality seafood to our customers around the world.
At Sealord, we encourage an innovative, safe working environment and a positive culture. Our people are engaged, motivated and likely to tell you that Sealord is their employer of choice.
Coaching, career development, succession planning and promotion from within, are aspects of every employee's career journey at Sealord.
We have a performance-based culture and pride ourselves on reward and recognition initiatives that recognize top talent and outstanding performance.
Currently, we're looking to add to our team of 1,200 employees and have an opportunity for experienced Marine Engineers.
Passionate about the sea, fishing, and developing your career in the industry, including gaining qualifications while you work .
Marine Engineers - you will have a MEC 6 / 5 / or 4 qualification for 1st / 2nd Engineers and minimum MEC3 ticket for Chief Engineers along with proven experience in managing the mechanical and electrical performance of the vessel's propulsion, fishing, processing and ancillary systems in a safe and efficient manner, self-motivated to work independently with excellent problem solving skills and a commitment to preventative maintenance systems
Trip lengths on the vessels range from 2 to 6 weeks and crew operate on a trip on, trip off rotation. The hours of work are generally shift rotations of 12 hours on and 12 hours off and all meals provided by our experienced cooks.
If this sounds like the right job for you, you have proven engineering experience on deep sea fishing vessels and would enjoy working in a small close-knit team, then impress us with your positive can-do attitude, teamwork, safety focus, and the ability to follow instructions and rules.
While out on the water, resilience is a life skill that is critical, as is respect for each other and the environment. Being committed to your team and tasks is imperative for the whole crew to be successful.
offering stability and a great work-life balance.
If you're keen to work at sea and have the right to work in New Zealand, we'd love to hear from you.