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O'Hara Corporation

For over 100 years the O'Hara Corporation has operated fishing vessels across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Starting in Massachusetts, Francis J. O'Hara began building his sailing feet in 1903; after four generations, the process continues. Our fishing vessels can set seine net off the Coast of Maine for herring, participate in the scallop fishery out of New Bedford, Massachusetts and catch, process, and freeze flatfish, cod, and pollock in Alaska.

The heart of O’Hara Corporation surrounds the catcher processor vessels out of Seattle, Washington. Learn more about us by exploring our employment, products, and fleet pages.

Contact Us

Email: info@oharacorporation.com
Toll-free: 800-721-7238
Phone: 207-594-4444

Alaska Fishing Jobs & Employment

800-721-7238 info@oharacorporation.com

Alaska Fishing Jobs

We are looking for crew members at all levels of experience that are driven by Excellence in their work, Integrity in their decisions, Innovation in their mindset, and Passion in their commitments.

Our careers page is currently being updated.
For those with factory trawler commercial fishing experience, please send inquiries to employment@oharacorporation.com.

Those with no prior experience may apply for the Fish Processor position.

Assistant Factory Foreman

Assistant Factory Foreman

Factory Foreman

Factory Foreman

Deckhand

Deckhand

Purser / Quality Control Manager

Purser / Quality Control Manager

Assistant Cook

Assistant Cook

Cook

Cook

Assistant Engineer

Assistant Engineer

Engineer

Engineer

First Mate

First Mate

Master / Captain

Master/ Captain

Housekeeper-thumb

Housekeeper

Assistant Factory Foreman

Assistant Factory Foreman

Factory Foreman

Factory Foreman

Deckhand

Deckhand

Purser / Quality Control Manager

Purser / Quality Control Manager

Assistant Cook

Assistant Cook

Cook

Cook

Assistant Engineer

Assistant Engineer

Engineer

Engineer

First Mate

First Mate

Master / Captain

Master/ Captain

Housekeeper-thumb

Housekeeper

Excellence. Innovation. Integrity. Passion.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like traveling to a remote island in Alaska and living aboard a state-of-the-art fishing vessel? Do you love adventure and crave it in your work? Do you enjoy the satisfaction of a hard day’s work and thrive being a part of a close-knit team? If your answer is yes! O’Hara may be the right company for you!

Let’s be honest, life aboard a fishing boat in Alaska can be a challenge with the rough seas, long hours, and fast-paced hard work. While the day-to-day work at sea is physically challenging, the payoff is rewarding both personally and financially. The ability to work contracts during the year when it is most convenient for the employees is one of the best reasons to join O’Hara Corporation! This flexibility allows our crew take longer breaks off with friends and family in between fishing contracts while still having an exceptional financial earning potential!

We are looking for crew members at all levels of experience that are driven by Excellence in their work, Integrity in their decisions, Innovation in their mindset, and Passion in their commitments. If this sounds like you, apply today! You could be a member of the O’Hara Family and working in Alaska in as little as 2 weeks!

Employment Disclosures

O’Hara Corporation has a Zero Tolerance Policy. Potential employees are required to pass a pre-employment drug screen. Random testing is conducted onboard our vessels.

O’Hara Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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