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Marine Service Trainer-Seakeeper

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Seakeeper, the global leader in marine stabilization, is committed to revolutionizing the boating world. Our patented technology completely eliminates boat roll, improving the experience of everyone on board—from the seasoned captain to his grandchildren, the toughest sportfishermen to the first-timer. If you thrive on the challenge of pushing yourself to do and be better every day, you’ll fit right in with our rapidly growing team.

The Marine Service Trainer will report directly to the Training Manager. This employee works directly with the Seakeeper Service, Engineering, Production and Manufacturing Departments to implement product training programs for external and internal purposes. The person may also be a liaison between Sales, Service and Customers to Engineering in order to provide product support, training, and service, of all Seakeeper products in the field.

The Marine Service Trainer will be responsible for the following:

· Delivery of Training program materials

· Conduct Training presentations by providing classroom and technical hands-on product training

· Schedule and perform training seminars within the Americas, primarily North America

· Travel to our Dealers and OEM Builders to provide Installation, Operation, and Maintenance training

· Assist with routine gyro service or installations

· Work closely with Training Manager to create, maintain and update Service Bulletins, Technical Bulletins, and Work Instructions

· Provide support to the Service & Sales team with answering any incoming calls or electronic communication and following up accordingly with regards to Technical Product Support

· Carry out Installation Audits, Commissioning and Service intervention in accordance with Seakeeper's procedures:

· Must be able to lift 70+ lbs

· Must be able to drive extended distances, periodically up to 8-12 hours, commonly 2-4 hours

· Must be able to work in confined areas such as engine rooms, equipment spaces, bilges on board various types of marine vessels

  • This includes climbing up/down ladders, stooping, bending, lying down and working in challenging conditions


· College or technical institute degree, or 2-3 years related experience in the marine industry

· Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and the ability to obtain a passport

· Must be able to utilize a variety of training aids and presentation tools, such as Microsoft Office Suite products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)

· Must demonstrate excellent written and strong verbal communication skills. Must present training in a professional, clear, logical, understandable fashion

· Must be willing to travel up to 70% of the time, with overnights

To apply visit our Career Page at:


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