Employee Satisfaction Drives Success in Offshore Operations

At Seabase, we’re dedicated to ensuring employee satisfaction is a top priority. With a focus on excellence and efficiency, we cater to a diverse range of maritime operations, including supply vessels, drilling rigs, production installations, FPSOs, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Interested candidates can send a resume to hr@seasbasenl.com or apply online.

The minimum training requirements with Seabase are as follows:

  1. Certificate of Competency issued by Transport Canada or a Technical Diploma issued by a recognized training institution
  2. Marine Medical (Vessel) or CAPP Medical (Offshore Installation)
  3. H2S Alive
  4. Marine Advanced/Basic First Aid
  5. Vessel Personnel with Designated Ship Security Duties
  6. STCW Basic Safety
  7. Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats
  8. Advanced Fire Fighting
  9. WHMIS 2015
  10. Transportation of Dangerous Goods
  11. Passenger Safety Management
  12. Certificate of Conduct

The majority of placements are East Coast Canada, The Great Lakes, The Canadian Arctic and Western Canada, although depending on area of vessel operation, an employee could be hired to work anywhere in the world with due consideration to the safety of all our employees.

Yes, there are opportunities for full time employment. In addition, a large number of contract opportunities turn into full-time placements.

Seabase covers all expenses associated with going to work either directly or through expense reimbursement. *

*Not all training courses required to work are covered by Seabase.

To read more about the positions we recruit, please visit the recruitment page.

If you want to be part of a company that values your satisfaction and well-being, Seabase is the place for you. Explore our job openings and join us in shaping the future of offshore operations with expertise, innovation, and employee satisfaction at the forefront.