Career paths at Seajacks
- Employ the best people
- Reward excellence within our organisation
- Observe our Equal Opportunities guidelines at all times
- Develop experienced and highly skilled employees
Based at Seajacks House (Great Yarmouth, UK), 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.
Seajacks can offer you a dynamic and fulfilling career in both the Oil & Gas and Offshore Wind industries.
We can also offer you a competitive salary alongside a comprehensive rewards package which includes private medical care and a contributory pension amongst other benefits.
For further information on our current onshore vacancies please click here
Lewis Fleming, Assistant Project Engineer
“At Loughborough University, I studied Electronic and Electrical Engineering. After securing my B.Eng. I went on to complete a Master’s degree. I learned about Seajacks from their local recruitment program; since I have lived near Great Yarmouth all my life, working here made a lot of sense. The best bit about working at the office is the friendly atmosphere. They give you a lot of responsibility from early on, but you know that there is a supportive network behind you to help. Much like life onboard, every day generates a different challenge.”
Thomas Guppy, Master on the Leviathan
“I have worked at Seajacks for the past 3 ½ years as a Master onboard the Leviathan, Seajacks’ second vessel.
My path to Seajacks was through the Merchant Navy. I passed my 2nd Mate’s Exam; completed my Mate’s Exam and, finally, sat my Master’s Exam. While I studied for my assessments, I worked onboard various vessels including: Semi submersible DP Rigs, Oil field construction, Ferries, tankers and general cargo. Working in the Merchant Navy has taken me everywhere; during my career I have worked in South America, Southeast Asia, and all over Europe.
As Master on the Leviathan, I am tasked with ensuring the safety of the Vessel and everyone onboard, safe navigation, and the highest level of efficiency in a risk-free environment. What attracted me to Seajacks was the versatility of the company and its potential for growth. Working here allows each team member to assume various roles; life onboard certainly keeps you on your toes.”
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.