international seagoing opportunities

At Chevron Shipping Company, you'll find more than a job on an oceangoing ship. You'll find a dynamic career backed by a global energy company where you'll gain valuable new experience and put your maritime skills to the test. All this onboard one of the largest moving objects on Earth - a Chevron ship carrying the vital energy the world needs.

Whether you're new to shipping or a seasoned professional, we have opportunities as vast as the ocean.

officer / experienced opportunities

Put your experience to work at Chevron Shipping Company (CSC) and you'll be part of a team with deep roots and an impressive history. In fact, CSC is one of Chevron's original operating entities. From the days when oil barrels were rolled onto the decks of sailing ships to present day supertankers, CSC has been the vital transportation link in safely bringing the world the energy it needs to thrive.

CSC has opportunities for officers in our international fleet and mooring masters in West Africa.

west African opportunities

If you are an Angolan or Nigerian National and would like to join our marine operations in your home country, we would like to hear from you. A valid STCW 95 license as a Deck or Engine Officer is required and tanker experience is preferred.

cadet / training opportunities

Chevron's cadetship program prepares you to become a future deck or engine officer, but it also teaches you valuable skills that can be used throughout the Chevron shipping organization.

The cadetship training program includes both classroom studies for theoretical principles and hands-on practical training in the day-to-day operations of the ship. A training officer will monitor your progress and review your work on various projects you'll complete. You'll also get personalized mentoring and training from senior officers in your chosen career path.

Cadetship is an opportunity of a lifetime to sail the seven seas - and you'll get paid to do it! You'll travel to exciting locales on routes that cross the entire globe. Main routes include:

  • Arabian Gulf to United States West Coast
  • Far East, Asia, and Australia
  • Europe and the Black Sea
  • West Africa to Gulf of Mexico

There are three cadetship tracks:

  • Deck cadet
  • Engine cadet
  • Electrical technical cadet

deck cadet

As a deck cadet, you will assist with:

  • Keeping a navigational watch at sea
  • Mooring and unmooring in port
  • Loading and discharging cargo in port
  • Cargo tank preparation and inspection at sea
  • Maintaining safety equipment onboard (such as lifeboats, life rafts, and firefighting appliances) and performing general upkeep of the ship (such as deck and cargo equipment maintenance)

engine cadet

As an engine cadet, you will operate and maintain the ship's machinery, including:

  • Main engine (diesel or steam)
  • Generators
  • Cooling systems
  • Control systems
  • Hydraulics
  • Pumps
  • Air compressors
  • Oil purifiers
  • Distillation plant
  • Overhaul large and small diesel engines
  • Refrigeration systems
  • Make new valve spindles on a lathe
  • Weld broken pipes or tackle any other job needed to keep the ship operating

electrical technical cadet

In addition to engine cadet training, you will:

  • Operate and maintain electrical and electronic equipment
  • Troubleshoot electronic control circuits on a switchboard



Crewmembers come from different countries and cultures and speak many different languages.