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Be part of our international team offshore

At Maersk Supply Service we operate our vessels 24/7 all over the world. Join our team of over 1000 international seafarers and be part of our journey to become a leading vessel and solution provider for the energy sector.

Our modern fleet of AHTS and SSV vessels caters to the diverse needs of the offshore industry. As a seafarer in Maersk Supply Service you will have the opportunity to develop yourself and your colleagues.

Each and every employee at Maersk Supply Service also plays an important role in furthering the company towards its vision of actively taking part in solving the energy challenges of tomorrow.

On top of participating in the offshore oil and gas market, you may have the opportunity to provide value to our customers in new industries where Maersk Supply Service is utilising its marine capabilities – such as wind, deep sea metal recovery and decommissioning.

Professional development experience

At Maersk Supply Service you will be supported in your development onboard and by the onshore organisation as well.

We believe employees should drive their own careers – empowered to take ownership and seek out challenges and projects that will help them reach their full professional potential.

Diversity is our strength

I think one of the most interesting things about my job is the variety of work. I have worked on many projects, through these I have been able to work with many different aspects of mechanical and electrical engineering.
Aboebacar Griego, Motorman
What I really like about my job, is the variety of work scopes and in different parts of the world. I have for a couple of years been onboard a T-class off shore Angola participating in building of a huge oil and gas installation for DSME. And this year I am working on one of the new I-class vessels with a decommissioning project in the North Sea.
Erik Ploug, Chief Engineer
No two days are the same on-board our vessels. When I originally joined Maersk Supply Service as a junior officer I found that I was straight into the action getting hands-on learning of various offshore operations. Even once I felt experienced at these tasks, then there were new tasks, new work locations, new Charters, new crew and of course new challenges. As my career has progressed the pattern has remained the same with many opportunities to gain experience of different offshore and subsea operations around the world. Only the size and type of challenges has changed!
Simon Peter Macaulay, Master
I think one of the most interesting things about my job is the variety of work. I have worked on many projects, through these I have been able to work with many different aspects of mechanical and electrical engineering.
Aboebacar Griego, Motorman
What I really like about my job, is the variety of work scopes and in different parts of the world. I have for a couple of years been onboard a T-class off shore Angola participating in building of a huge oil and gas installation for DSME. And this year I am working on one of the new I-class vessels with a decommissioning project in the North Sea.
Erik Ploug, Chief Engineer
No two days are the same on-board our vessels. When I originally joined Maersk Supply Service as a junior officer I found that I was straight into the action getting hands-on learning of various offshore operations. Even once I felt experienced at these tasks, then there were new tasks, new work locations, new Charters, new crew and of course new challenges. As my career has progressed the pattern has remained the same with many opportunities to gain experience of different offshore and subsea operations around the world. Only the size and type of challenges has changed!
Simon Peter Macaulay, Master

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