There are no limits to what you can achieve at Chelsea Technologies. As part of the Covelya group, we are part of a larger innovative marine culture in which every member of the team has a fulfilling role with plenty of opportunities to develop and grow their careers.

Every member of the team has the chance to influence and shape the future of our technology. In addition to mentoring, professional development and training, we actively promote hands-on experience of our solutions in the ocean environment.

We’re always looking for talented and ambitious individuals who are passionate about science and customers, but most importantly aligned to our culture and values.

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There are no limits to what you can achieve at Chelsea Technologies. We have an open and innovative culture where every member of the team has a challenging role with plenty of opportunities to develop and grow

Current Vacancies

Sales Order Processing Co-ordinator

An experienced SOP co-ordinator is required to progress customer sales enquiries for equipment spares and process sales orders for the complete range of Chelsea Technologies products, through the acknowledgement of orders received, liaison over delivery dates and organisation of worldwide shipments.  Ensure all activities are undertaken to maximise levels of customer satisfaction through excellent communication and in strict compliance with export and other shipping regulations. For more information


Current location: 55 Central Avenue, West Molesey, Surrey KT8 2QZ
Location June 2024:
Blackbushe Business Park,  Yateley GU46 6GD



Chelsea Technologies is an innovative company that provides cutting-edge solutions for global problems such as climate change, clean water provision and pollution monitoring. As a professional, there are many reasons to work at Chelsea Technologies.

Chelsea Technologies provides excellent career development opportunities, with a comprehensive and robust training program, allowing employees to learn new skills. Our mentorship programmes means working with world-recognised scientists who can provide guidance and advice.
Chelsea Technologies is a highly respected company in the marine science sector. Chelsea has a 50 year reputation for providing reliable and high-quality instruments and services, and is a globally trusted brand. As an employee, you will get to work with some of the industry’s best and brightest minds.
Chelsea Technologies is a great place to work because of the company’s culture. We are committed to creating a positive and supportive work environment, and we value our employees. We provide competitive salaries and benefits, and we encourage employees to take part in team building activities and events.
Chelsea Technologies has a commitment to social responsibility. They are actively involved in initiatives such as climate protection and sustainable development, and they are committed to making a positive impact in the community. As an employee, you will have the opportunity to be part of something bigger than yourself and help to make a difference.

Chelsea Technologies is an excellent choice for any professional looking for jobs and to develop a career in the high-tech marine industry. With our commitment to career development, recognition in the industry, great culture and social responsibility initiatives, Chelsea Technologies is a great place to work.





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Position Details

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  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days holiday, plus public holidays
  • Christmas shutdown
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Life Assurance Scheme
  • Discretionary Performance Related Bonus
  • Company Performance Related Bonus
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Career training
  • Recruitment referral scheme
  • Social activities
  • Subsidized gym
  • Hybrid working (for some roles)
  • Staff canteen

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