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The cargo carried by ships, trucks, and trains hold the lifeblood of our economy. Our nation’s ports, including The Port of Virginia, are at the center of it all. The fifth largest port in America, The Port of Virginia is a catalyst for commerce. A recent economic impact study found that over 397,000 jobs in Virginia – nearly 10% of Virginia’s workforce – have ties to the port.
The Port of Virginia seeks out highly motivated individuals who share our values, understand our objectives and embrace our culture. At every level, from our corporate offices to our terminals to our inland facilities, Port of Virginia team members share a commitment to quality service for our customers, a passion for innovation and a desire to make a difference.
Employees of The Port of Virginia are eligible to select from a comprehensive suite of benefits, including, but not limited to:
The Port of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, disability or national origin.
All positions at The Port of Virginia require TWIC credentials. For more information on how to obtain a TWIC card, please click here.
For questions regarding career opportunities or for assistance with submitting your resume/application, email: email@example.com or call the Human Resources hotline: (757) 278-3480.
For ILA-represented positions
The International Longshoremen’s Association (“ILA”) represents many individuals who work at The Port of Virginia as longshoremen. The Port of Virginia does not, however, advertise for or process these individuals to work as longshoremen. For information regarding these positions, you must contact the Hampton Roads Shipping Association (HRSA) job hotline at 757-628-2676.
Lastly, we work very hard to minimize our impacts on the environment. In keeping with our values, we appreciate sensitivity to environmental concerns in the preparation of your résumé materials.
Thank you for your interest in The Port of Virginia.