Employment – Become Part of the Explorer Ventures Team!

We are always searching for qualified staff who meet our high standards for professionalism, people skills and customer service, even if we do not have any positions aboard the vessels currently available. Positions range from dive staff and stewards to chefs, engineers, captains and pursers.

If you are looking for work as a diving or customer service professional within the liveaboard diving industry and excel at what you do, please send your resume / CV to:

Nelson Riollano
Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet
PO Box 310
Mills, WY 82644 USA

+1.307.235.0683, ext. 109
+1.307.235.0686 - FAX
email: jobs@explorerventures.com

Resumes/CVs are currently being accepted for the following positions for either relief or full-time work:

Applicants must have a minimum of a 200 ton (ITC) license with full STCW-95-2010 and be fluent in English. 500 ton or greater with GMDSS will receive first priority. Experience handling sizable vessels, good crew management ability, certification as a divemaster or above or be willing to complete this certification prior to employment, engineering skills, ability to transit the U.S., great attitude and work ethic are all preferred.

Engineer/Marine Mechanic
Applicants must have experience working on large diesel engines, compressors, water makers, nitrox systems, plumbing and electrical systems, etc. Engineers are expected to be organized, able to stick to a preventative maintenance schedule and be capable of working long hours doing physically demanding work. STCW-95-2010, fluency in English and the ability to transit the U.S. are required.  Divemaster rating or above and small boat handling experience are preferred.

Applicants must be capable of consistently preparing delicious, punctual meals and snacks for up to 30 guests and crew. Previous experience working on a vessel or in a remote location is helpful. Proficiency in English is required. The ideal candidate is a personable team-player who has the ability to work within a budget and will accommodate guests' special requests with a smile. The ability to transit the U.S. is preferred.

Deckhand/Dive Instructor
Applicants must have OWSI rating or above with an internationally recognized certification agency and be in active teaching status. STCW-95-2010 basic training is required as is fluency in English and the ability to work long days doing physically demanding work.  Previous liveaboard experience or extensive day-boat experience, multiple specialties and the ability to transit the U.S. preferred.

Applicants must meet all requirements listed for Deckhand/Dive Instructor and additionally have a strong customer service and accounting background. Applicants must also be proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel and Word.  Familiarity with QuickBooks is preferred.