Marlow Russia FAQs
What are your office opening hours
Opening hours for our offices throughout Russia are weekdays from 09:00 until 18.00.
In case you are an applicant and you would like to arrange your test at one of our offices, please report to your nearest location in Russia with at least one day notice.
What is the pay scale for seafarers
Official Marlow wage scale for officers contains a type of seniority system for long-serving crew. However, Marlow’s standard pay scale does not apply for every vessel, therefore employment offers are always subject to a case-by-case basis and agreement.
What social security is available during employment period and after
The respective Social Security benefits for Russian crew at Marlow are described in the applicable Collective Bargaining Agreement or Terms and Conditions. Seafarers are given the opportunity to review these documents prior to employment.
Does the company offer training possibilities
At Marlow, we are committed to seafarer training and development, as it is the foundation to quality and safety crewing, as well as employee career progression and satisfaction. As such, we have a wide range of training and upgrading courses throughout our various locations around the world. This includes Seagull Computer Based Training (CBT) at our offices, classroom teaching, and English language-specific courses. Some of these are mandatory, whilst others are optional. We are also always open to consider additional training options for our Russian seafarers when available.
In Russia, we have a cadet programme aligned with the Maritime State University (MSU) in Vladivostok, as well as previous synergies with other maritime institutions in the country.
Does Marlow employ seafarers without seagoing experience
Unfortunately we cannot offer employment for applicants who do not have seagoing experience. Candidates are chosen based on their qualifications, experience and professional competence. Cadets who are students of our partner maritime universities and academies are obvious exceptions here.
What type of vessels do we normally recruit seafarers to work on
The majority of our seafarers, Russian and globally, are recruited to work on-board dry cargo vessels, including (but not limited to) container ships, multipurpose vessels, heavy lifters, bulkers and coasters. We also have employment opportunities on-board some tankers, as well as in the offshore sector.
How to apply for a job via Marlow Russia
Applications (registration of interest for possible future employment) can be sent directly via this website, or even via our Facebook page for careers. These are the preferred methods, as it allows us to process your employment application most efficiently. Alternatively, your application may be emailed directly to our recruitment agency, or you may also visit one of our offices throughout Russia and submit your application personally.
Our recruitment team will then process your application accordingly. Candidates are always chosen exclusively based on their qualification, experience and professional competence. Should you be successful, you will be invited for an interview and computer based test.
To register your interest for a Job@Sea with Marlow Navigation, please visit Marlow Careers