Set Sail on an Exciting New Career in Transformational Tourism
With passionate staff from all over the world, there exists one unifying love. The love goes beyond ocean wildlife tours. Every staff member is dedicated to the education and preservation of our oceans and the abundant life it holds. Their goal is to touch each and every customer through education and engagement, resulting in true stewards of the sea.
We credit our success to our dedicated and hard working 100+ employees. From the very beginning, we have been committed to hiring the most qualified and inspired personalities in the industry. As a result, we have formed a unique culture that keeps people coming back. This is what makes Prince of Whales one of the most dynamic and exciting places to work. Interested in joining the POW family?
TAKE YOUR CAREER TO NEW HEIGHTS
“A fantastic company to begin or grow your career in tourism, while meeting people from around the world with a passion for the BC coast and local marine life!”
We provide a great place for great people to work!
We like to recognize our hard working, passionate crew & offer opportunities for further training, career advancement and a variety of pathways within our organization.
Meet Anthony! This is his path from Naturalist to..
150 Ton Master
“If someone has mentioned to me during my interview that I’d one day be driving a 150 Ton vessel with the company I would have laughed.”
Meet Sandy, This is her path from Deckhand/Naturalist to…
150 Ton Chief Mate
“It’s been an amazing adventure so far. I love going out on the ocean never really knowing what this beautiful area will reveal to us each day. Working for Prince of Whales has allowed me to share my passion for the sea with visitors from all around the world.”
Meet Joe, This is his path from Guest Experience Agent to…
150 Ton Chief Mate
“Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to wrap three passions; whales, boats, and photography, into one job, let alone with a view from an office like ours (the wheelhouse of Salish Sea Eclipse)!”
Meet Jennifer, This is her path from Deckhand/Naturalist to…
60 Ton First Mate
“It’s not common that people with biology degree actually end up working in biology, never mind doing something as stimulating, thrilling, and fun as whale watching! It’s a dream come true!”
We would love to hear from you!
A list of our current opportunities can be found below. To apply, please review the position below and forward your Cover Letter and Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to submit a general application for a future opportunity with us, please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. To ensure your application makes it to the right place, please include the city and the position name you are applying for.
|Guest Experience Agents – Victoria||Guest Experience||Seasonal||Victoria, BC|
|Guest Experience Agents – Vancouver||Guest Experience||Seasonal||Vancouver, BC|
|Guest Experience Agents – Telegraph Cove||Guest Experience||Seasonal||Telegraph Cove, BC|
|Zodiac Skippers – Victoria||Marine Team||Seasonal||Victoria, BC|
|Zodiac Skippers – Telegraph Cove||Marine Team||Seasonal||Telegraph Cove, BC|
|60 Ton Masters – Telegraph Cove||Marine Team||Seasonal||Telegraph Cove, BC|
|60 Ton First Mates – Telegraph Cove||Marine Team||Seasonal||Telegraph Cove, BC|
|Deckhands/Naturalists – Victoria||Marine Team||Seasonal||Victoria, BC|
|Deckhands/Naturalists – Vancouver||Marine Team||Seasonal||Vancouver, BC|
|Deckhands/Naturalists – Telegraph Cove||Marine Team||Seasonal||Telegraph Cove, BC|
|150 Ton Masters – Victoria||Marine Team||Seasonal||Victoria, BC|
|150 Ton Masters – Vancouver||Marine Team||Seasonal||Vancouver, BC|
|150 Ton Chief Mates – Victoria||Marine Team||Seasonal||Victoria, BC|
|150 Ton Chief Mates – Vancouver||Marine Team||Seasonal||Vancouver, BC|
Your adventure awaits
Meet our crew in person, and experience the Salish Sea, its orcas and humpback whales from their eyes.