Our people are the heart of our company. Whether on-board or at the office, KOTUG Canada professionals look out for each other and pride themselves on delivering to the highest standards.
KOTUG Canada takes care of its people. We offer high-quality training, opportunities for growth and a safe and respectful working environment with excellent conditions.
On-board our fleet, consisting of tugs varying from 30 to 80 tonnes bollard pull, KOTUG Canada employs Tug Masters, Chief Officers, Chief Engineers, Second Engineers and ABs. You can find our vacancies by clicking on the following link:
We are always open to meeting talented professionals. If you are interested in a career at KOTUG Canada and you don’t see a (suitable) vacancy, we invite you to submit an open application.
If your details potentially match with our organization, we will keep your resume on file in-case a suitable opportunity arises.
KOTUG Canada also offers possibilities for a meaningful and successful internship or graduation program. If you are interested we invite you to contact us to explore the opportunities we offer students.
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The KOTUG Cadet & Trainee program supports the education and development of students, marine cadets, and Indigenous trainees as a way to identify new talent and prepare individuals for future, ongoing employment with KOTUG Canada once they graduate, or become Transport Canada certified.
KOTUG Canada will facilitate this process by offering temporary work placements for Cadets and Indigenous Trainees to gain valuable work experience and sea time towards their marine certification. Additionally, KOTUG Canada may provide funding towards supplementary training courses to help facilitate the process where there is a perceived benefit to the student, trainee and company guidelines. Click here to learn more.