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Our companies are committed to safety and employee growth and development. We have a high 73% employee retention rate, in part because of opportunities for advancement. In 2023, 59% of appointments to Director or above positions were internal candidates. Our teams are diverse; 63% of our employees are women and/or ethnically diverse. 

Saltchuk provides their employees with the opportunity to grow and develop. I feel like a part of the team rather than just a number or a box on the organizational chart. Saltchuk’s leadership team has known me by my first name for the entire 16 years I have worked here. Feeling like I am part of a family is important to me—it’s a feeling I would not have if I bounced around in my career. 

John Marcantonio Vice President of Marine Operations TOTE Services John Marcantonio completed two tours of duty, supporting the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, before joining Saltchuk’s former Marine Resources Group […]

There are several advantages Saltchuk offers from my perspective, and they’re why I haven’t sought out external opportunities. The company has tremendous leadership from the top down across all the business units I have interacted with and genuinely care about its people. There are numerous growth opportunities throughout the United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. Also, Saltchuk leads in the markets it serves.

Jason Knaub St. Croix Island/Operations Manager VI Cargo Jason Knaub joined Tropical Shipping in 2014 in a commercial sales role on the U.S. Virgin Island of St. Croix. He then […]

As I see it, the literal hundreds of employees who have been hired at my companies during my tenure have not only joined their own parent company, e.g. NorthStar Energy, Saltchuk Marine, TOTE, Saltchuk Aviation, Tropical, and Saltchuk Logistics, but they’ve been hired at an enterprise of networked companies. I view applicants from sister companies as ‘internal applicants,’ and they are given special consideration. When one comes to work for a Saltchuk company, he or she comes to work for the family business, and that is a very special place of belonging!

Darlene Crowder VP of HR NorthStar Energy Darlene Crowder joined Saltchuk in 2014 as Foss Maritime’s Vice President of Human Resources. She transitioned to NorthStar Energy on a part-time basis […]

“It’s the best of both worlds. Saltchuk has done a great job of providing large, public-type company benefits while still keeping the family feel. I definitely see the difference I make in the growth of the companies.”

Liane Meyers Senior HR Director Saltchuk Aviation Shared Services  Liane Meyers joined Saltchuk in 2001, just after Delta Western joined the family of companies. Delta Western at the time was […]

“I have been with Saltchuk companies for almost 10 years now. It really has been the best company I have ever worked for. From pulling cables through the snow in Prudhoe Bay to opening up offices in Florida, it has been an adventure.”

Jason Lingg Director of Infrastructure and Operations Saltchuk Jason Lingg began his Saltchuk career working for NorthStar Energy—then known as NorthStar Utilities Group. Hired as the Director of Information Technology […]

“Learning that Saltchuk embraces the idea of moving and promoting from within gave me a sense of belonging.”

Angie Mogensen Executive Assistant to the President & CEO Saltchuk Marine Former teacher Angie Mogensen joined Saltchuk as a receptionist in 2019. Now an Executive Assistant to Jason Childs, President […]

“Everyone wants to do the right thing – no shortcuts. People are generally very positive, hardworking, and have can-do attitudes.”

Erin Eliasen General Counsel NorthStar Energy Attorney Erin Eliasen joined the Saltchuk Corporate Home as Associate General Counsel in June of 2018. She’s currently General Counsel for NorthStar Energy. “Taking […]

“I’ve never felt that I started a new role from scratch, from knowing best practices to a basic understanding of systems.”

Nick Boucher Controller Saltchuk Logistics Nick Boucher joined Saltchuk Corporate Home as a Senior Accountant in October of 2016 and has moved within the Saltchuk family twice—first transitioning into the […]

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The Saltchuk Job Board provides a consolidated look at opportunities available within our family of independently operated companies. Jobseekers choosing to apply for a position within our companies may be asked to send in a resume through email, or apply through an online application system. All information collected through the application process is used solely for the purpose it was provided, i.e., in connection with our evaluation of your application for employment and, if you are hired, in connection with your employment and receipt of employee benefits as available pursuant to our employee benefit plans.  We may also use or disclose the personal information we collect to respond to law enforcement requests and as required by applicable law, court order or governmental regulations, and as necessary to protect the rights, property or safety of us, our employees, customers or others. For California residents interested in seeing our full statement in regards to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”), please click here.

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