Working at Everett Ship Repair, Nichols Brothers Boat Builders and Shared Ice Services
Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (“NBBB”), Everett Ship Repair (“ESR”) and Shared Ice Services (“SIS”) are work places like no other. We take pride in our companies, the high quality boats we build and service, and in ourselves. We value and excel in our trades / professions. We celebrate that we are able to do what we are passionate about and earn a living doing it. We celebrate our diverse collection of ages, races, ethnicities and genders. No – this is not your father’s shipyard.
Shared Ice Services (“SIS”) is a new company that will provide essential support services Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (“NBBB”) and Everett Ship Repair(“ESR”). SIS, coupled with these two operating companies, comprise the heft and might of Ice Cap Holdings’ presence in the maritime community of the Pacific Northwest.
We are always looking for new ways to keep every member of our team productive, happy and healthy. We’ve built a company we truly love being a part of, and we think you will be too. Here’s why:
- We believe in stimulating work, an empowering management philosophy that supports high performance. We are actively shaping the industry through our progressive solutions to building and servicing quality vessels that delight our customers. Take a good hard look at us if you wish to find work that is challenging, energizing and rewarding.
- We have always known that our people are what makes us great. Shipbuilding can be a challenging and complicated business, and success requires the skills and efforts of a diverse group of people. People of different cultures, backgrounds, and beliefs have helped create our 60-plus-year tradition of shipbuilding excellence. We value the perspectives, solutions, and ideas that come from a diverse workforce. These factors allow us to better achieve objectives and meet our customer’s needs. We are committed to being a leader in the recruitment, development, and advancement of a diverse workforce that is representative of the communities in which we work.
- We support community-based organizations that provide education, training, and career assistance to diverse groups of people, including disadvantaged persons. We are equal-opportunity employers. We are committed to employ and advance qualified minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. We do not discriminate against any individual for unlawful or improper base, including race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age, ancestry, place of origin, national origin, marital status, family status, or veteran status in any phase of employment.
We are enjoying a rising tide of work and are seeking technical professionals, skilled craftsmen and those who want to learn the trades by entering one of our state-registered apprenticeship programs.