Port of Grays Harbor

Employment Opportunities

Westport Marina Summer Employment

Open Until Filled: Apply by Friday, May 12, 2017 to be considered in first review.

Marina Office Assistant.

The Port is looking for a detail-oriented, self-starter with great customer service skills. The Summer Marina Office Assistant works closely with Marina office staff during our busiest summer months assisting with customers, administrative, cashiering and bookkeeping functions. The successful candidate will have outstanding customer service skills and be able to work cooperatively with co-workers. Office, computer, customer service and/or bookkeeping experience will be considered. 40 hrs/week. $12.50 /hour. Work schedule includes weekends, with two days off during the week.
 
Marina Maintenance Crew.

The Port is seeking reliable, energetic, hard-working team player with positive attitude to perform maintenance, construction, and clean-up work during the summer months at the Westport Marina. The Port hires the summer maintenance crew to annually accomplish critically needed repairs to the Marina’s moorage docks and other outdoor facilities. In addition, duties include keeping the marina in good repair, safe and clean for the public and moorage customers, particularly in high use areas such as the boat launch, promenades and restrooms. Must be hard-working, respectful of customers and co-workers, follow safety procedures and follow direction of Marina operations staff and Marina Manager. Previous construction and/or maintenance work experience will be considered. $12.50/hr. 40 hrs/week.

How to Apply:

A Port employment application is required and should be submitted to the Port’s Director of Finance & Administration, PO Box 660, Aberdeen, WA 98520 no later than 5:00 PM, May 12, 2017 to receive first consideration. Obtain application by phoning 360-533-9528, at 111 S Wooding St in Aberdeen WA, or download Employment Application.

Qualifications:

Must have valid driver’s license.

Must be able to work successfully in a team environment, as well as independently, build positive working relationships, and work well with customers, contractors, dock workers, co-workers and Port management. Must be able to follow written guidelines and procedures with accuracy, willing to learn and grow technically, and able to communicate well with others. Must be able to understand, adhere to and support industrial work safety rules, drug-free workplace rules and other Port workplace policies.
Previous work experience is desirable and will be considered when evaluating applicant’s overall qualifications.