Careers at HaiSea

Coming in 2023 HaiSea Marine will be looking for talented employees to apply for rewarding work in our industry on British Columbia’s North Coast – to fill jobs in our operations, ashore, management, service and at-sea teams.

HaiSea Marine Provides:

  • Long-Term Employment
  • Consistent Crew Changes
  • Most Advanced Fleet in North America
  • Opportunities to our First Nations Partners
  • Measured Training and Career Progression Opportunities

Careers at HaiSea Marine brochure

Diversity and Inclusion at HaiSea Marine

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Be part of a winning team

   Hiring beginning in 2023

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Positions at sea:

Positions ashore:

  • Operations Manager
  • HSEQ Advisor
  • Engineering Superintendent
  • Port Mechanic
  • Electrician
  • Admin Assistant

HaiSea Training Sponsorship

HaiSea is committed to providing local employment opportunities, and to achieve this objective it is offering a Marine Education and Training Sponsorship Program (the “Sponsorship Program”). The Sponsorship Program will provide successful candidates with financial support for certified training toward becoming a Deckhand, Mate, Master, or Engineer from a recognized marine education institution. This will allow them to start or further grow their career within the marine industry – and specifically, we hope, with HaiSea Marine!

To apply for sponsorship under the Sponsorship Program, please submit your expression of interest to

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ILWU 400 Indigenous Marine Scholarship

The International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) Canada recognizes First Nations as the first seafarers on our coast. In recognition of this fact, the Union seeks to assist in breaking down barriers for entry into the marine industry. The ILWU 400 Marine Section Union Development Fund provides two annual scholarships for BC First Nations students wishing to enter the marine industry.

Click below for more information about the scholarships available, and to print an application form.
The deadline to submit an application is September 30th of the current year.

ILWU 400 Canada Indigenous Scholarship

BCIT Bridgewatch and Bridgewatch Enhanced Rating Programs

BCIT’s Marine Campus offers a variety of marine training courses. Information about all marine training available at the campus can be found at

A Bridgewatch Rating is a minimum requirement for HaiSea deckhands. To find out more, and apply online to the regular tuition-paid program, visit
All courses are eligible for student financial aid.

To find out more about the fully funded Bridgewatch Enhanced program for women and indigenous applicants, visit BCIT/bwre or email for more information and an application.

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