- Shoreside Operations
- $48,561 - $75,722
- Employment type
- Full Time
The Harbormaster I performs entry-level Harbormaster work at the Port. The Harbormaster I is a liaison between the Port and maritime users of Port facilities. This class is distinguished from Harbormaster II in that the latter is a journey level class responsible for overseeing and administering a variety of activities in support of the maritime industries operating at the Port. Under direction, the Harbormaster I monitors, inspects and coordinates the use of Port properties, terminals and facilities and private vessel moorings with tenants, terminal operators, cargo ship personnel and their agents, commercial fishing vessel operators and stevedoring representatives; ensures quality customer service and compliance with Port tariff rules and regulations, and with relevant safety and security regulations; and performs related duties as assigned.
This position provides a wide variety of inspection, administrative and customer-service and customer relations duties in an assigned group of cargo, offshore support, and/or commercial fishing marine terminals. Incumbents receive work direction from the Harbormaster Supervisor.
CAREER OPPORTUNITY: Harbormaster I
(2 Positions – Shift 1 2130 – 0730 Graveyard Shifts)
Salary Range: $48,561 - $75,722
APPLICATION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 14, 2018 or until filled
THE OXNARD HARBOR DISTRICT, WHICH OWNS THE PORT OF HUENEME, IS SEEKING INTERESTED CANDIDATES TO FILL THE POSITION OF HARBORMASTER I FOR THE PORT. ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH AN INTEREST IN BEING CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION WILL NEED TO APPLY.
- Apply Instructions
APPLICATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
- COVER LETTER
- FULLY COMPLETED Oxnard Harbor District Employment Application Form (on Port’s website)
- RESUME (with employment history and significant accomplishments)
- REFERENCES (Submit two (2) Professional and two (2) Personal references)
HOW TO APPLY: Applications will be accepted via one (1) of the following two (2) methods;
- BY EMAIL (attach all documents in a single combined PDF format in order as 1-4 above):
HR@portofh.org (Important: Email Subject Line to read exactly as follows ;)
- BY US.POSTAL SERVICE:
THE PORT OF HUENEME
567 West Channel Islands Blvd.
Port Hueneme, CA 93041
Port of Hueneme
The Port of Hueneme is owned and operated by The Oxnard Harbor District, created in 1937, as an independent special district (business enterprise) and political subdivision of the State of California. Its mission is to operate as a self-supporting Port that enforces the principles of sound public stewardship maximizing the potential of maritime-related commerce and regional economic benefit.
The Oxnard Harbor District’s policies are set by a five-member Board of Harbor Commissioners elected at large from the District. Day-to-day business operations of the Harbor District are administered by a CEO, Port Director and professional staff.
The Harbor District, by its charter, can acquire, construct, own, operate, control or develop any and all harbor works or facilities necessary to efficiently accomplish its mission. It prepares and controls its own budget, as well as fiscal activities. It is responsible for all Port construction and operation.
The Harbor District
- The City of Oxnard area (population 181,000), the City of Port Hueneme (population 22,000), and unincorporated beach communities.
- Harbor Commissioners are elected by voters of the Oxnard Harbor District at large.
- Four-year terms are staggered to maintain continuity.
Key Economic Engine For The Community
The Oxnard Harbor District collects no taxes, operating entirely on Port business generated funds. As a landlord port, commercial companies enter into operating agreements with the Port. The Harbor District pays significant amounts to the City of Port Hueneme for providing services necessary to support the Port’s activities.
The Port of Hueneme is vital in the intermodal logistics supply chain and significantly contributes to the economic health of Ventura County and Southern California.
- Over $9 billion in cargo annually,
- Generating $1.5 billion in economic activity.
- $93 million paid in annual taxes.
- Providing more than 13,633 direct, indirect, induced and influenced jobs regionally.
- Top trading partners include: Austria, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, China, Ecuador, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, Japan, Korea and Mexico.