NOTICE: New Home: Effective May 1st, 2022.....OTWD will operate from the dock at the "old Atlantis Bldg", 37 Seafarers Way (formerly Harbour Drive). Also, got questions? Please read the FAQ page closely (this will answer many of your questions).

Now Hiring

Are you a Caymanian who wishes to be part of the local dive community? ​

​Off The Wall Divers (OTWD) would love to have you as part of our “small, dive family”.  It is our focus to hire “locals” who are interested in a career as a divemaster (DM)  and/or open water scuba. instructor.

​The term “Caymanian” describes a wide variety of the Cayman population, since over 125 nationalities are represented on the island.  We do not discrimination against any applicant based upon age, sex or any belief you may have.  However, it is important that you have a working knowledge of the industry, and the desire to work hard.  Your working hours are not that of a 9-to-5 individual, but you also will gratification, like never before.
While we want all staff to be dive instructors, a good start is to have a DM rating, and we can progress you from there.  We will have you onboard as a paid DM, and see that you get in an instructor class, as it becomes available.
Dive agencies require that you have 100 logged dives to enter the “OWSI” training.  In becoming an instructor, you do not take part in diving, but learn what it takes to teach as an instructor.  

If you are an open water diver, and want to work your way “up, through the ranks”, we can also help with that.

Contact Off The Wall Divers at 1-345-916-0303 or fish@candw.ky to have a discussion about your goals and where you wish to be in six (6) months, one (1) year, and beyond.

Off the Wall Divers staff are friendly, fun, and competent. We dove with them after a recommendation of a friend who has been diving with them for over 10 years, if not longer! Great service all around. We were picked up right on time at our hotel, and taken care of from start to finish with gear, snacks, and friendly dive masters. …My only complaint was that my visit was too short to go back and do more dives!! I’ll definitely dive with them again if I’m ever lucky enough to make it back to Cayman.

Briar Jade

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