APPLY HERE FOR VESSEL CREW JOBS
We are currently hiring for our upcoming A Season starting in January 2024.
View current openings for positions on board one of our fishing vessels in the Bering Sea.
Our six vessels make up the most advanced fishing fleet of its kind in the world.
We’re looking for crew members who are prepared for long hours at sea. It requires hard work, and it’s not a job for everyone. But you’ll be paid well, receive excellent benefits, and have great stories to tell.
PROTECTING OUR CREWS AND COMMUNITITES
The health and safety of our crew is our number one priority. We are taking every possible precaution to keep our vessels clean and our crew safe.
Each member of our crew (existing and new hires) will participate in our strict quarantine program to ensure safety among all crew members. Crew members will also be required to undergo COVID-19 tests, pass a fit-for-duty exam, show proof of COVID-19 vaccine, exemption, or obtain vaccination through us, and receive this year’s flu shot. Only individuals who meet our requirements will be permitted to board our vessels. This is critical for the safety of you and your fellow crew members!
Each vessel undergoes an enhanced cleaning procedure prior to crew boarding. While at sea, we follow enhanced cleaning procedures and other safety precautions.
Who's On Board
Meet members of the American Seafoods crew who represent our pride at sea!
IN THE WHEELHOUSE
Wheelhouse positions include the captain and the first mate, who oversee vessel operations from bow to stern.
ON THE DECK
Deckhands and bosuns set gear and do the work of deploying and retrieving nets.
IN THE GALLEY
Galley crew members, including the galley assistant and first cook, are in charge of feeding the crew, as well as cleaning the ship and doing laundry.
IN THE FACTORY
The largest staff on the boat, the factory crew includes processors, surimi quality controllers, and fishmeal techs who work belowdecks in the fish processing areas.
ON THE ENGINES
Engine crew members, including a first engineer and an oiler, maintain the engines and onboard equipment.