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Thank you for your interest in crewing with Sea Shepherd!
The first step in joining our crew is to fill out a crew application. Here is the link to our website where you can download an application: http://www.seashepherd.org/get-involved ... -sea.html.
The first 2 pages of the crew application also give some information about our policies and our selection process.
Below is an outline on how we ‚Äúcrew-up‚ÄĚ our vessels whenever we are preparing for a campaign or whenever a crewmember position opens up:
Ôāü Time Available: We first look at the ‚ÄúDates Available‚ÄĚ area on all applications because we are trying to fill positions for a specific period of time that we need to fill. We would also consider anyone that has written ‚ÄúOpen‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúAny time‚ÄĚ in the Dates Available field. Sea Shepherd needs long-term crewmembers ‚Äď from 3 months to a year. The more time you can make available the better, as this will enable our ‚Äúcrew teams‚ÄĚ learn to work together well and contribute to more than one campaign.
Ôāü Positions Available: For obvious reasons, we must first staff our ocean-going vessels from the most technically skilled positions such as engineers, navigators, radio operators, medics, on through the less-skilled positions such as galley assistants and deckhands.
Previous experience working on board a ship is not required. First time deckhands and galley workers are trained by veteran crewmembers.
Ôāü Desirable Crewmember Attributes: The most sought-after crewmember would be eager to learn, flexible, open to learning many different skills and duties on the vessel, hard-working, honest, trustworthy and committed to being part of a team that is working together to protect marine wildlife.