Starting Your Career at Bordelon Marine

We recognize our success is dependent on our people and ability as a company to remain agile; therefore, gender, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, and cultural differences pose no barrier to being part of the team at Bordelon Marine. We are a company with a global focus and a workforce representing the communities we operate through.


Employment Application

To apply for employment with Bordelon Marine, please use the link below. We are always accepting applications.


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Open Positions

Open Positions

Able Seaman

DPO Trainee


Mate DP2 vessels 500/3,000 ITC

Deckhand (Unlicensed Seaman)

Assistant engineer (1k HP or More)

Chief Engineer (4k HP or More)

Captain – 100 Ton

Our Vessel Fleets

Our Vessel Fleets

1600 Ton Fleet:

MV Connor Bordelon

MV Brandon Bordelon 

MV Shelia Bordelon 

100 Ton Fleet:

MV Marcelle Bordelon 

MV Sarah Bordelon

MV Bunny Bordelon 

MV Gerry Bordelon 

MV Terry Bordelon

MV Lilly Bordelon

What does Bordelon stand for?

What does Bordelon stand for?

Becoming a part of a family: Becoming part of Bordelon Marine isn’t just about being an employee, it’s about becoming a part of a family.

Opportunity for growth: As a company, we strive to promote from within. Throughout the past three decades, Bordelon Marine has grown tremendously, and many of our employees have grown with us.

Receive recognition for your success: Here at Bordelon Marine, success does not go unrecognized. Praise and recognition of each employee’s contribution, no matter how big or small, is an important part of our workplace.

Dedication is our greatest asset: Bordelon Marine is dedicated to excellence. Proof of our dedication is in our commitment to continuously strive to improve every aspect of our business.

Empowerment at every level: No matter your position within the company, you will never be just a number. Every employee has a voice and the ability to influence.

Learn new skills: Bordelon Marine provides training opportunities to develop skills and obtain the experience necessary to take your career to the next level.

Open doors: Our manager’s doors are always open. We encourage an open line of communication for employees to offer suggestions, ideas, or express concerns.

Notice the difference: Bordelon Marine is unlike any other. To learn more about how you can experience the difference, visit our Careers & Services Page.

Benefits Offered

Benefits Offered

Group Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

Short and Long Term Disability Insurance

Voluntary Life Insurance

401(k) Retirement Plan

Training Opportunities

Schedules Offered

Schedules Offered

28 on / 28 off (1600 ton)

28 on / 14 off (100 ton)

Industries We Work For

Industries We Work For

Oil & Gas | Renewables-Offshore Wind Farm

Scientific Research | Military Services 

Bordelon Marine Ethics Hotline Number

Bordelon Marine Ethics Hotline Number

Please call to reach our Ethics Hotline.




Q: How can I apply for a position with Bordelon Marine?

A: The best way to apply for a position with Bordelon Marine is to apply online. Click on or scroll down to the Employment Application tab to start the application process.

Q: There are no available positions listed online. May I still submit my application?

Yes! We are always accepting applications. Though there are no positions available at this time, things can happen at the spur of the moment. We keep applications on file, and review as needed.

Q: I’ve submitted my application, but have not heard anything from the company. What is the status of my application?

A: Applications are reviewed daily. Candidates whose skill set matches our current needs will be contacted to schedule an interview.

Q: Are drug screens and physicals required for employment?

A: Yes, drug screens and physicals are required for all positions. These will be arranged by the HR department once a conditional offer of employment is made.

Q: Is experience required?

A: No, there are entry-level positions that do not require previous experience.

Q: Is there an age requirement to work offshore?

A: Yes, eligible candidates must be at least 18 years of age.

Q: Do I need to have a TWIC card and SafeGulf Training to apply for an offshore position?

A: Yes, a TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) is required for all offshore positions. SafeGulf training is preferred but not necessary.

Report a Concern

Report a Concern

Any employee whose concerned about unethical, illegal, or unsafe behavior can voice their concerns by calling the Bordelon Marine Ethics Hotline or by submitting a comment in the box provided below. All matters are confidential and completely anonymous.