Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity in our workplace. We welcome all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation. If you need any help in the application, interviewing or selection process, please let us know. You can e-mail your request to careers@AlpineOcean.com.
Are you a “can do” person, who likes to spend time on the water, is excited by technology-based problem solving, and looking for a rewarding career? At Alpine you will find plenty of opportunities.
We provide marine and freshwater data collection services to clients worldwide. The Alpine family is made up of bright and experienced marine scientists, biologists, geologist, geophysicists, oceanographers, hydrographers, field engineers, CAD/GIS specialists, and seasoned USCG credentialed merchant mariners.
Alpine provides a casual friendly workplace with many opportunities for development and training as well as growth within the company and group. Individuals, who enjoy travel, a dynamic environment, stretching their skills and exploring areas of their profession outside their comfort zone, tend to be particularly successful team members.
If being part of the Alpine team seems like something you would like to explore, please submit your resume and cover letter directly to careers@AlpineOcean.com. Feel free to either respond to a specific opening listed on our site or to submit your resume for us to keep on file for future opportunities which might fit you skill set and experience.
Not experienced yet? Just graduated from school? That’s great too. We have opportunities for entry level personnel as well.
We offer competitive salaries, medical and dental insurance, life insurance, company sponsored 401 K savings plan, paid vacation, personal days, sick leave, and paid holidays.
Alpine owns its own fleet of vessels ranging from jon boats to the 45’ R/V Henry Hudson jet boat to the 110’ R/V Shearwater capable of 24hr operations with a full scientific crew.