The Cayman Registry, a division of Cayman Maritime, was established in 1903 and today the Register covers the full spectrum of vessel types, including commercial ships and private pleasure yachts. The Registry maintains headquarters in the Cayman Islands and a European Regional Office in Southampton, UK, with global representation in the USA, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands, Monaco, Greece, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan.
Fuel Your Passion With An Exciting Maritime Career
As part of our team of unique professionals, you will discover that the pursuit of excellence is truly a rewarding aspect of your career with us and key to MACI’s success as a desirable place to work. Our employees proudly play their role in helping MACI meet its objectives.
Competitive Salaries, Insurance and Professional Development
We offer competitive pay, health, vision, and dental insurance plans and attractive perks for all levels of management, along with competitive retirement plans. We provide opportunities in dynamic roles across many disciplines to support a maritime administrator provider. We offer various rewards and opportunities for promotions, merit rewards and performance bonuses. We provide assistance with continuous Professional Development and Educational Training via grants and/or funding of courses, seminars and conferences.
Work & Life Balance
Your talents, hard work and dedication help MACI achieve big things, and we want to help you achieve a healthy balance between your work and home life. We encourage you by offering attractive leave periods, staggered working hours, telephone and car allowances as applicable. You will have access to membership benefits in our Employee Assistance and Wellness Programmes, involving family counselling and advice, fitness and other wholesome and mental stimulation activities, including Lunch and Learn Sessions and Retreats.
Great People & Global Presence
Working at MACI means working alongside dynamic, professional team members focused on our diverse clients and partners. You could find an opportunity in our headquarters in the Cayman Islands or in one of several countries where we have representatives, contractors and offices, complimented by specialists striving to make an impact in the Maritime Industry.
Come work with us!
The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) is currently seeking to establish a register of suitably qualified companies/individuals to provide marine casualty investigation services on behalf of the Cayman Islands Government.
These services will include:
The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) is currently seeking applications for suitably qualified companies/individuals to undertake technical services globally on behalf of the Cayman Islands Government.
Whilst MACI currently has representation throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific we are always interested in highly motivated and experienced companies/individuals who can represent us globally.