Careers

Our employees are integral to our mission to help businesses succeed. It takes a team of unified people working together to make our facilities attractive to shippers, carriers and other businesses. Our customer-focused attitude is clearly evident through our people. We invite you to learn more about a career with North Carolina’s Ports.

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Project Manager — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015395

HIRING RANGE: $61,428-$76,355

GRADE: 38

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Provide professional engineering and construction project management services for the construction, repair, maintenance, planning, design, and/or procurement of facilities and equipment for the waterfront and landside terminals operated by the NCSPA. Such facilities include warehouses and buildings, roads, wharfs and docks, cargo handling equipment, railroads and bridges, drainage, utilities, parking areas, and any other facilities requiring engineering services.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Coordinate construction related activities with designers and contractors, any outside consultants involved, the State Construction Office, the NCDOT, internal and external customers, and any other organization with a valid interest in ongoing construction projects.
  • Administer design and construction contracts and manage designers and contractors.
  • Assist in preparing contracts for the design and construction of new or modified facilities.
  • Assist in project development scoping with designers.
  • Assure that designers adhere to Owner’s requirements and contractors adhere to designer’s project schedules and contract documents.
  • Inspect work being performed under construction contracts and negotiate construction change orders.
  • Supervise the work of Construction Inspectors.
  • Assist and provide guidance to other engineering technicians assigned to projects under construction.
  • Arrange for independent testing and inspection of materials, if necessary.
  • Assist the Director of Engineering and Maintenance in the selection of project designers, consultants, and contractors.
  • Participate in the design of projects by the NCSPA Engineering Department.  This work includes the preparation of cost estimates, plans, and specifications for the construction of new or modified facilities.
  • Maintain general knowledge of State statutes and procedures governing building and port construction.
  • All other duties as assigned by management.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Construction Management from an ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) accredited college or university, plus five years relevant construction/project management experience or equivalent education and experience required.
  • Licensure as a Professional Engineer in the State of North Carolina or ability to be licensed within 12 months from the date of hire is a plus.
  • Experience with marine terminals and/or commercial ports preferred. Design experience is a plus.
  • Must be able to manage several concurrent projects and follow project through to completion with due regard to project schedules and budgets.
  • Must be proficient in the use of business software, such as: word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, project management, and database applications.  Experience with computer-aided design software a plus.
  • Must have communication and interactive skills suitable for both office and construction site environments.
  • Strong communication skills, good technical writing, and excellent math skills are required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Facilities Mechanic/HVAC — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015438

HIRING RANGE: $34,395 – $41,699

GRADE: 16

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Perform duties to maintain, repair, upgrade, and construct Port facilities in a safe and efficient manner and support Port operations as needed.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Serves as a lead employee in directing and overseeing the work of other skilled employees assigned to assist with a project.
  • Perform a variety of duties at the semi-skilled level to maintain, repair, improve, and construct marine terminal buildings and systems, utilities, wharfs, rail systems, grounds, etc.
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs in these areas: HVAC, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, utility, concrete forming and finishing, metal welding and fabrication, masonry, roofing, crane rail, fire protection, painting, mechanical, overhead door, excavation and grading, grounds keeping, and waste disposal work, and/or work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service. Experience in one or more of these functional areas are required.
  • Operate heavy equipment, construction equipment, forklifts, vehicles, power tools, hand tools, shop equipment, etc.
  • Employ fall protection, respiratory and hearing protection, lockout/tag out, hot work safety measures, and utilize all other available personal protective equipment to minimize hazards and comply with safety regulations and policies.
  • Determine work methods, materials, tools, and services needed for projects.
  • Reference repair manuals and technical specifications, complete written documentation, and keep maintenance and repair records.
  • Communicate ideas to improve facility maintenance and level of service, and to increase cost efficiencies.
  • Perform emergency repairs on a call-in overtime basis.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot technical and functional problems, and conduct inspections.
  • Assist in non-hazardous spill cleanup and trash handling.
  • Assist with cargo operations as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned by management.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • High School diploma or equivalent, plus 2-3 years of relevant experience.
  • Working knowledge of refrigeration theory and the practices, methods, materials, and equipment used in the operation, maintenance, and repair of air-conditioning and refrigeration systems.
  • Ability to diagnose HVAC and equipment malfunctions and to prescribe and perform repair procedures.
  • Must possess reading, math and basic computer skills needed to perform all listed duties.
  • Must be able to safely access all areas of port property, buildings, structures, wharves, rooftops and other elevated positions, as well as, confined spaces.
  • Must be able to lift up to fifty pounds and be capable of standing for extended periods of time, bending consistently, working in confined spaces with limited access, on ladders, in personnel lifts, in workboats, and working in awkward body positions.
  • Must be willing and available to work overtime outside normal business hours, including weekends and holidays, as needed.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Police Officer — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015315

HIRING RANGE: $30,690 – $34,395

GRADE: 15

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Perform duties that include controlling access points and patrolling seaport facilities.  Monitor the safety and security of facilities, personnel, and property.  Enforce state and federal laws, as well as port rules and regulations.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Respond and take the appropriate action(s) to resolve emergency calls and unusual situations.
  • Investigate accidents, crimes, and violations of state/federal law and NC Port ordinances/laws to ensure compliance
  • Conduct patrols of the port terminal and vicinity. Check security of facilities and equipment.  Check buildings for fire and security alarm or sprinkler system activation.  Monitor dock/port activities that may include the handling of sensitive cargo.  Identify unsafe activities or conditions and coordinate appropriate corrective actions with the Sergeant.
  • Control and record vehicles and personnel entering and/or leaving the port facility as outlined in the Facility Security Plan (FSP).
  • Check and screen persons, their belongings, and vehicles entering the port facility per the FSP as needed.
  • Weigh inbound and outbound trucks and collect monies for paid weight tickets when necessary.
  • Maintain various logs and records, including but not limited to: vehicle traffic on and off the terminal, weather, ship docking and sailing, unusual occurrences, and security incidents.
  • Monitor facility security and dock/port activities via security camera system. Identify unsafe/ suspicious activities and conditions and coordinate appropriate corrective actions with the Sergeant.
  • Check docks and piers upon docking or sailing of vessels for damage, proper location, and suspicious packages/items. Complete required documentation as appropriate.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • North Carolina Criminal Justice and Training Standards Commission General Certification, including firearms qualifications.
  • Be able to communicate clearly in both oral and written forms.
  • General computer skills and basic knowledge of two-way radio operation.
  • Be physically capable of performing the duties of a law enforcement officer, including physical security screenings of vehicles, persons, and belongings.
  • Requires pursuing a fleeing suspect on foot, climbing through openings and over obstacles, lifting and carrying heavy objects (up to 50 pounds), and subduing resisting and/or attacking persons.
  • Moderate physical effort is required for walking and inspecting port facilities; screening and inspecting vehicles, persons, and their belongings; opening and closing facility gates; and handling personnel problems.
  • Position requires working a rotating shift, including holidays and overtime as required. May be required to be on call 24 hours per day.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Crane Electrical Supervisor — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015317

HIRING RANGE: TBD

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Under general supervision, plan, assign, supervise, and coordinate the electrical maintenance and repair of crane equipment.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Assign, coordinate, and direct crane electrical maintenance team employees in the performance of their job duties.  Assign personnel according to job requirements and each individual’s skills and abilities.
  • Ensure that safety is the top priority.
  • Prioritize all electrical maintenance work to best meet the needs of Port operations.
  • Provide leadership to guide and motivate the department to successfully achieve objectives.  Create a positive work environment.
  • Initiate improvements and optimize cost efficiencies.
  • Reduce corrective maintenance occurrences by enhancing and developing preventative and predictive maintenance programs.
  • Instruct and train departmental employees on the performance of current and new responsibilities, and assist in the expansion of their technical skills.
  • Obtain parts and materials needed for repair and maintenance projects, working closely with our procurement department.
  • Ensure the highest level of customer service is provided to all customers.  Coordinate and communicate with customers to best manage available resources and maintain excellent working relationships.
  • Manage all Crane Electrical Maintenance operations, create corrective and preventative maintenance work orders, input information, and generate reports using the computerized maintenance management system.
  • Cooperate closely with other maintenance and operations supervisors and managers to maintain effective communications and advance the mission of the NCSPA.
  • Perform technical fieldwork as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned by management.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • Associates Degree in Electrical/Electronics Technology or related field, plus four years of electrical experience working with PLC language, 500-Volt AC/DC static converter drives and motor generator sets or equivalent education and experience required.
  • Preferred experence with medium voltage up to 15kV.
  • Must be proficient in the use of business software, such as: word processing, spreadsheet, and email applications.
  • Excellent customer service, as well as written and communication skills required.
  • Must be detailed oriented and be able to adjust priorities as the situation dictates.
  • Leadership experience in setting priorities in a team environment.
  • Comprehensive knowledge regarding equipment preventative and corrective maintenance required.
  • Conditions include office, maintenance shop, busy cargo traffic areas, working at heights up to 200 feet, and exposed outside environments with frequent exposure to dirt, dust, grease, oil, and hot and cold seasonal weather.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Manager, Customer Service & Commercial Planning — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015174

HIRING RANGE: $55,964 – $62,352

GRADE: 37

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Address external customer issues with phone/email/NC Ports web site/in person contact, and communicate issues to NCSPA Departments. Clarify customer requirements in conjunction with NCSPA internal processes and policies. Develop, plan and coordinate delivery of customer service that is seamless to the customer through single point of contact. Coordinate all aspects of NCSPA’s customer service policies, objectives, and initiatives. Conduct, analyze and report out on customer service/customer surveys. Provide additional contact for existing/new business. Track progress of new business leads through Scorecard. Submit rate quotes from tariff and manage quotes file. Coordinate new customer registration and onboarding with Finance and Operations. Monitor requests for container terminal operating accounts, and complete registration. Monitor help desk requests to MACH. Develop and establish procedures and policies governing customer correspondence and the handling of customer complaints. Oversee the investigation of complaints such as those concerning rates or service in connection with any product or service offered. Analyze reports of findings and recommend response to complaint/claim, considering nature and complexity of complaint/claim, requirements, and actions of subordinates to ensure settlements are made correctly.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Respond to customer telephone or written inquiries regarding status of services, complaints, shortages and adjustments, expediting, and requests for literature
  • Provide inside support to field sales representatives in daily customer contact and inquiries.
  • Keep assigned salesperson advised of current issues with clients.
  • Analyze individual solutions and take appropriate actions to ensure customer needs are met.
  • Coordinate activities with internal company departments, vendors and customer.
  • Provide necessary follow up and initiate correspondence.
  • Access, update and maintain computer file for individual accounts.
  • Administer tariffs and communicate any adjustments to customers.
  • Prepare quotations for standard products or services.
  • Refer technical or complex issues to supervisor or others for final decision.
  • Represent Business Development Department in various settings such as committees or other work groups.
  • Act as liaison for department while working toward team goals and promoting open communications.
  • All other duties as assigned by management.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • Position requires a Bachelors degree in International Business, Logistics, Marketing or related field combined with five years’ experience in associated commercial capacities with marine terminals, relevant transportation service providers or corporate/third party logistics organizations.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills across all organizational levels are required.
  • Prior supervisory experience preferred.
  • Must have strong PC skills using Office, Notes and other client management software applications.
  • The successful candidate must be a self-starter, able to work towards meeting specific objectives with minimal supervision and have good process management and project management skills.
  • Must be highly organized, able to work in a team environment, and take projects to completion in conformance with deadlines.
  • Must be sales oriented and comfortable communicating business propositions to Port clients.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Equipment Operator III — Charlotte Inland Terminal

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015340

HIRING RANGE: $34,153-$41,079

GRADE: 15

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Perform duties related to receiving and dispatching cargo from the CIT yard in an efficient manner.
  • Operate and maintain reach stacker equipment.
  • Operator will be required to off load containers (loaded & empty) to and from chassis.
  • Operate yard tractor to move containers and chassis around the yard when needed.
  • Work with Wilmington maintenance to address mechanical issues with yard equipment.
  • Perform yard checks and inventories and fill out equipment inspection reports.
  • Prepare equipment interchanges and check bookings.
  • Assist with Queen City Express rail service daily/weekly operations.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • High school diploma or equivalent, plus two years of experience operating heavy industrial equipment.
  • Must be able to read and identify container numbers and operate large container handling equipment.
  • Excellent customer service and basic computer skills required.
  • Dependability and punctuality are a must.
  • Must be able to climb on/off container handling equipment.
  • Overtime, holidays, and weekend work will be required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Clerk/Equipment Operator — Charlotte Inland Terminal

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015462

HIRING RANGE: $34,153-$41,079

GRADE: 15

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Perform duties related to receiving and dispatching cargo from the CIT yard in an efficient manner.
  • Prepare equipment interchange and check bookings.
  • Enter container location data in MACH, Port’s terminal operating system.
  • Perform yard checks and inventories. Generate monthly and weekly reports as required.
  • Perform container and chassis inspections, noting physical condition on TIR.
  • Arrange trucking to move containers on the Sprint Service (container match backs).
  • Assist with Queen City Express rail service daily/weekly operations.
  • Ability to operate reach stacker and act as a back-up reach stacker operator, who will be required to off load containers (loaded & empty) to and from chassis.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • High school diploma or equivalent, two years of experience in the transportation and warehousing industry preferred, plus one year experience operating heavy industrial equipment.
  • Must be able to read and identify container numbers and operate large container handling equipment.
  • Excellent customer service and computer skills required.
  • Dependability and punctuality are a must.
  • Must be able to climb on/off container handling equipment.
  • Overtime, holidays, and weekend work will be required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Crane Maintenance Mechanic — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015438

HIRING RANGE: $36,163 – $43,657

GRADE: 37

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Perform duties to maintain, repair, and upgrade heavy lift equipment including, but not limited to: Gantry, Container, and Mobile cranes. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance, and methodical troubleshooting in a manner which minimizes downtime. Construct, maintain, and test associated system components and controls.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Analyze diesel engines, hydraulic systems and other mechanical malfunctions and make necessary repairs as efficient as possible in support of operations.
  • Utilize blueprints/schematic diagrams associated with industrial mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic controls to troubleshoot, maintain, and repair equipment.
  • Must have computer skills that are utilized to process troubleshooting and repairs in equipment’s electronics, instruments, fixtures, and wiring.
  • Encourage and follow safe work practices and safety policies and regulations.
  • Monitor and inspect equipment for proper function and safe operation.
  • Analyze equipment malfunctions and diagnose mechanical failures and problems.
  • Determine parts, materials, tools, methods, and services needed for project work.
  • Clean and disassemble equipment and components.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on the above equipment/systems and communicate with supervisor to schedule needed repairs.
  • Must be able to perform laser alignment of shaft driven equipment.
  • Must be able to operate shop drill press, power tools, forklifts, torque wrench, etc.
  • Must be able to use a variety of test equipment such as laser tachometer, multimeter, and engine pressure test equipment.
  • Perform some small scale welding and burning as necessary.
  • All other duties as assigned by management.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • High School diploma or equivalent, plus two years of experience in equipment and vehicle mechanics, maintenance, and repair required.
  • Basic reading, writing, and math skills required. Must be able to perform basic computer functions.
  • Comprehensive knowledge regarding equipment preventative and corrective maintenance required.
  • Welding experience preferred.
  • Skills and experience are required to troubleshoot, disassemble, repair/rebuild/replace, reassemble, and adjust equipment components and systems.
  • Must provide own hand tools, with sockets and wrenches up to one and a quarter-inch size.
  • Ongoing training in areas of specialty a must.
  • Conditions include working in maintenance shop, busy cargo traffic areas, and working at heights up to 200 feet, with frequent exposure to dirt, dust, grease, oil, and adverse weather conditions.
  • Must be able to effectively use all PPE equipment and lift up to 50lbs.
  • Overtime, holidays, and weekend work will be required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Crane Electrician — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015450

HIRING RANGE: $52,00 – $54,080

GRADE: 18

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Perform duties to ensure the safe and productive life of electrical drive systems, electronic controls, electro-hydraulic systems, and attachments installed on heavy lift equipment including, but not limited to: Gantry, Container and Mobile cranes. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance and methodical troubleshooting in a manner in which minimizes downtime. Construct, maintain, and test associated system components and controls.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan, execute, and accomplish assigned tasks with a wide degree of latitude.
  • Maintain and repair 500-volt AC/DC systems, AC/DC conversion drives, electrical schematics/ blueprints, and diesel electric power plants.
  • Analyzes crane electrical drive malfunctions and diagnoses the cause or causes therein.
  • Perform and update preventive maintenance logs and interface with supervision for scheduling.
  • Service and repair the following: crane lighting, shore power systems, DC electrical drives and associated motor/ generator units, motor controls, electronic weighing systems, wind monitoring systems, electric braking, and electro-hydraulic systems.
  • Utilize various testing / troubleshooting equipment including, but not limited to: Volt/Ohm meter, megomhmeter, amp meter, infrared temperature sensing, and oscilloscope.
  • Operate shop equipment such as power tools, drill press, forklifts, man lifts, etc.
  • Maintain an electrical library for easy reference to crane electrical schematics and electrical resources, and ensure that accurate and legible prints are readily accessible aboard each crane.
  • Maintain a troubleshooting log that defines electrical problems and the necessary steps and materials required for immediate correction.
  • Conduct live power checks on 500-volt circuits.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • Associates Degree in Electrical/Electronics Technology or related field, plus four years of electrical experience working with PLC language, 500-Volt AC/DC static converter drives, and motor generator sets or equivalent education and experience required.
  • Must be able to perform basic computer functions and be able to communicate effectively in written and verbal forms.
  • Ongoing training to stay current on the latest technologies will be required.
  • Conditions include working in maintenance shop, busy cargo traffic areas, and working at heights up to 200 feet, with frequent exposure to dirt, dust, grease, oil, and adverse weather conditions.
  • Ability to safely access all areas and parts of large heavy equipment by means of vertical long run ladders, confined spaces, and waterside structures.
  • Must be able to effectively use all PPE equipment and lift up to 50lbs.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time, bending consistently, and working in awkward body positions is required.
  • Must pass a post-offer pre-employment physical examination.
  • Overtime, holidays, and weekend work will be required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled


Crane Operator — Port of Wilmington

JOB NUMBER: NCP65015410

HIRING RANGE: $42,000

GRADE: 17

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Operate and maintain cranes and support equipment in a productive and safe manner. Perform crane lifts and handle various cargoes for vessels that call on the Port of Wilmington.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

  • Operate container, gantry, and mobile cranes, with associated support equipment, e.g. buckets, hoppers, and rigging gear.
  • Assist with mechanical repairs and preventive maintenance on crane equipment when needed.
  • Conduct safety inspections on crane equipment.
  • Clean crane department tools, equipment, and work area.
  • Follow all safety rules and procedures to ensure cargo is handled in a safe manner.
  • Complete work orders and document work completed.
  • Assist with welding and fabricating as required.
  • Read and clearly understand instruction manuals for crane equipment.
  • Assist crane foreman in record keeping for logbooks, work orders, etc.
  • Assist other departments and operate equipment as needed, e.g. forklifts, yard trucks in support of operations.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must be able to tolerate and work at heights of more than 200 feet.  Must be able to respond easily to verbal and written instructions.
  • Background in diesel mechanical operation a plus. Prior crane operation and crane rigging experience preferred.
  • Must be familiar with crane hand signal code and must comply with all safety rules and regulations.
  • Must be able to operate all port cranes at an acceptable level for vessel operations within 6 months.
  • Position requires shift work, overtime and a variable work schedule to include weekends and holidays.
  • Must have a valid drivers license and meet TWIC security requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply by submitting a resume and state application (PD-107) to jobs@ncports.com or via fax to (910) 343-6471.

All applications must reference the above job number to be considered for this position.

FINAL DATE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled