Marine, Hospitality and Offshore Careers

Welcome to OSM Maritime Group’s “Careers” page! OSM is hiring marine and offshore crew, as well as onshore personnel, worldwide! Take the opportunity and register your profile with us, upload your CV and apply for the vacancies that match your skills and experience, at your preferred locations. We constantly have new crew and personnel vacancies for British, Norwegians, Nordics, Polish, Croatians, Latvians, Ukrainians, Eastern Europeans, Brazilians, Indians, Australians, Filipino nationals, and others.

Once you have registered your information with OSM, our advanced crewing system allows us when there is a vacancy matching your skills and experience to contact you with an email. Thus, you are urged to apply for a marine or offshore vacancy that you may have not noticed, and you have constantly employment opportunities at sea, and advance with your career! You have the ability to request deletion of your profile anytime or to seek technical assistance.

If you are looking for Marine, Hospitality and Offshore jobs for career advancement, then you are at the right place! Our careers page is constantly updated with new jobs at sea. All the vacancies listed on this web page are still vacant and available for the right candidates to apply. Don’t miss the chance to find work with OSM. A recent survey has shown that in 2021, 35% of the registrants on our system have been contacted at least once for an opportunity at sea. With the vacancies multiplying in 2022, more seafarers have the chance for a stable career in the marine and offshore sectors!

Chief Engineer Jobs

Vacancies for Chief Engineers for all vessel types are very popular. But what is a Chief Engineer’s job?

As a Chief Engineer, you will be working on vessels and mobile offshore units; you are the technical manager onboard. You will be managing personnel such as 2nd and 3rd engineers and electricians. You have overall responsibility for the safety of the engine room. You should be interested in mechanics, and engineering, as well as leadership qualities. You must be accurate in your work, social and team builder. Typical duties for a Chief Engineer are:

  • Responsible for the maintenance and operation of the engine and other technical installations on board.
  • Make sure that the vessel’s power supply, engine, and bilge pump are working properly.
  • Prepare and lead the work when the vessel is in the dock.

Second and Third Engineer Jobs

Vacancies for 2nd and 3rd engineers occur all the time at OSM. What do Engineers do?

Both the second and the third Engineers are responsible for operation and maintenance of the technical equipment and engine on board vessels and offshore mobile units. As a second or third engineer, you are working in the engine room to ensure that the everything is in technically good condition. You need technical interest and an understanding of how a machinery works. You must be service minded, and you like to team up with other peoples. The difference between a 3rd engineer versus a 2nd engineer is that the latter position is the Chief engineer’s deputy on board. Typical tasks for a deck engineer are:

  • Daily operation, repairing, maintenance of engine and technical systems on board.
  • Maintenance planning
  • Control room watch
  • Responsible for the engine rooms safety
  • Control room duties
  • Bunkering
  • Training of new engine crew

Able Body Seaman (AB) Jobs

An Able body seafarers’ job is maintenance, deputy, loading and unloading onboard a vessel.

As an able seaman, you are working with the daily operation onboard, and the tasks vary based on the vessel type you are working on. The Able body seafarers are working close to the Master and Chief onboard.

You must like practical work, and you need to be a teambuilder. Typical tasks for an Able body seafarer are:

  • Maintenance, such as painting and keeping the deck clean
  • Loading and unloading
  • Navigation and watch
  • Moor the vessel
  • Keep deck clean and tidy
  • Manage waste on board
  • Observe and report deviation on board
  • Follow guidelines
  • Maintain safety onboard