U.S. 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.

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 and unlicensed crew in the U.S. Fleet.

United States fleet

If you join the U.S. Fleet, you'll come onboard either as a deck officer, engine officer or unlicensed crew member.

Chevron Shipping Company has five ships owned, operated, and manned by U.S. citizens and registered under the U.S. flag. Plans for expansion of our fleet are currently under way.

You'll voyage between various ports in the United States, generally with shipboard work tours of 90 days. Main routes include:

  • West Coast and Hawaii
  • Gulf of Mexico/Florida
  • West Coast to Gulf Coast via Panama Canal

licensed officers

Requirements for deck and engine officers are:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • U.S. Coast Guard issued certificate of competency
    • Engine officers must hold GT and motor endorsements
  • STCW 95 endorsement
    • Deck officers must hold PIC-DL endorsement
  • Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC)
  • Current U.S. passport
  • U.S. Coast Guard issued merchant mariner document

unlicensed crew

As a part of the unlicensed crew, you will support day to day operations on deck, in the engine or in the galley. Unlicensed positions include:

  • Able bodied seaman
  • Machinist
  • Ship's utility
  • Steward
  • Messperson

Requirements for unlicensed crew are:

  • U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent resident of U.S.
  • STCW 95 endorsement (Able bodied seaman)
  • Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC)
  • Current passport
  • U.S. Coast Guard issued merchant mariner document
  • Basic safety training certification