American Cruise Lines

  • West Coast Fleet Maintenance Engineer

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
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    American Cruise Lines, the largest U.S.A. cruise company is seeking a West Coast Fleet Maintenance Engineer.    This position will be based in Seattle, WA or Portland, OR and will support our West Coast Fleet that operates in the Puget Sound, Alaska, Columbia River and Snake River. We offer over 30 unique itineraries that travel along the inland and coastal waterways of the East Coast, Pacific Northwest and Mississippi River. Each ship carries between 100 and 200 passengers under a US Flag with brand new ships launching every year. 





    • Oversee the resolution of all mechanical issues.
    • Supervise and coordinate engineering personnel onboard ships.
    • Manage and coordinate repair jobs using contractors & shipyards.
    • Attend required USCG inspections.
    • Oversee the maintenance of Wastewater treatment systems.
    • Able to travel.



    • Bachelor's Degree in Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, or electrical engineering: College transcripts will be required as part of the interview process
    • Minimum 3-4 years sea time or shoreside in a shipyard and/or industrial environment working as a trade supervisor, engineer, or superintendent.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Professional appearance and demeanor

    American Cruise Lines is part of a larger affiliated group of companies that include Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp, and Pearl Seas Cruises,  Our employees at American Cruise Lines make the difference. We recognize that our employees have made, and will keep us America's leading coastal and river cruise company. Our philosophy for success is simple: hire talented people then provide training, support systems and motivation so you will thrive. Discover why American Cruise Lines is the leading (and fastest growing) cruise line today!



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