An Authentic Working Waterfront That Invites You To Come And Play
The Port of Newport is located on the central Oregon coast in the City of Newport, Lincoln County seat and major business/economic hub of the area, and encompasses approximately 59 square miles and has an estimated population of 10,800 persons. Port boundaries reach north to Otter Rock, east up to six miles inland, south to Seal Rock, and west to the Pacific Ocean. Commercial and sport fishing, fish processing, shipping, tourism, recreation, and lumber and wood processing are the areaís major industries.
TERMINAL FACILITY SUPERVISOR POSITION
The Port of Newport, an exciting, diverse organization located on Yaquina Bay, is currently seeking a qualified and motivated professional to serve as the Terminal Facility Supervisor. The Terminal Facility Supervisor is responsible for performing and/or supervising the maintenance and operating requirements of the terminal within its annual budget constraints. The position requires a broad working knowledge and the skills to perform the tasks of multiple trades in facility maintenance and equipment operation. The position requires schedule flexibility and must be available 24/7 for timely response to emergency calls and customer support. The position is the first line contact for all maintenance and operation of the facility including upland and in-water assets. The position requires an excellent customer service attitude. This position has the opportunity for development and implementation of future shipping operations. The purpose of a Port District is for economic development - to promote industry, tourism, and job creation. For more detailed information, go to JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS. Please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closes August 28, 2015. EO M/F/Disability/Vet Employer.
FY15-16 BUDGET ADOPTED BY PORT COMMISSION
The Port of Newport Port Commission adopted the Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget at their June 23rd meeting via Res. No. 2015-10.
NEW RATES, FEES AND CHARGES APPROVED
The Port Commission adopted Res. No. 2015-06 modifying rates, fees, and charges. Most fees will see a minor 3% increase to recover increases in port operating costs and will take effect July 1. South Beach charges (including moorage) will take effect on November 1.