Post your Career Opportunities for FREE

Andy Adams

Apr 16, 2024

As we start into the summer of 2024, we wanted to remind our Boating Industry Canada News Week Digest readers that we continue posting your marine industry career opportunities at no charge, as a service to the industry.

From the Career Opportunities that are posted, you can see that the marine industry is looking for technicians, parts people, sales and marketing professionals, yacht brokers and boat builders. Positions that have been posted in the past even include career opportunities for Government employees and just about any other position you could imagine in the recreational boating industry.

This is our 14th Anniversary of posting your career opportunities in Boating Industry Canada News Week Digest, at no charge to you.

Since 2010, all sorts of employers have posted excellent career opportunities in this column. If you know a bright young person who is looking for a solid and rewarding future, share this page with them. We all need new people to join the business.

If you are an employer seeking help, Boating Industry Canada will run your ‘Help Wanted’ advertising for FREE as long as the ads are for marine industry employment in Canada. All we ask is that the wording of your job post be supplied in the format seen below:

• Position
• Location of work
• Description of Work
• Compensation
• Contact information for candidates to respond

Boating Industry Canada News Week Digest and Kerrwil Publications Limited assume no responsibility, or liability for the positions posted, or the accuracy of the advertising. This offer can be withdrawn at any time without notice and this service is provided as a courtesy to the industry only. 

To have your Career Opportunity posted, email Elissa Campbell @

Andy Adams – Editor

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