Port of Broome provides its own stevedoring service and the workforce perform all of duties including: stevedoring, mooring and un-mooring, and maintenance of Port assets. Employees require a high level of skills and must comply with a range of comprehensive safety guidelines.
Port of Broome has been recognized at a national level for its Stevedore training program by the Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council. Stevedores are provided an opportunity to up-skill themselves and study a Certificate III or IV in Transport & Logistics (Stevedoring), which is a nationally accredited qualification. An Education Assistance Policy enables permanent employees to access assistance to further their education at TAFE and tertiary levels.
Employees are required to comply with numerous policies including:
Please note, only applications for advertised positions will be accepted and considered.
Unsolicited applications will not be considered and will not be kept on file for later consideration.
The selection process may include some or all of the following:
- assessment of resume and work history
- panel interview/s
- pre-employment medical and supervised drug and alcohol test
- reference checking
- provision of a National Police Clearance.
As part of the selection process you will need to provide:
- an up-to-date resume
- relevant cover letter
- copy of qualifications and relevant licences
- names and contact details of referees being current or recent managers.
You may seek feedback when you have been advised of your application outcome.
Port of Broome endeavours to notify all candidates of their application outcome within 4-6 weeks, however, in some circumstances it may take longer. All successful applicants will be notified by telephone or email as to whether they have progressed to the next stage of recruitment.
There are currently no vacancies available.