VANCOUVER, USA After 15 years with the Port of Vancouver USA, CEO Todd Coleman will depart the port on May 19. Mr. Coleman, a professional engineer, began his career with the port in 2001, when he was hired as facilities manager. After three promotions, he earned the position of deputy executive director in 2005. The ports board of commissioners appointed him CEO in 2012. Mr. Coleman plans to spend some time with his family this summer before seeking a new opportunity. The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners will appoint an interim CEO while the port moves through the hiring process.
PORT ANGELES The Port of Port Angeles Port Commission has begun the process of selecting a new executive irector. The executive director functions as the chief executive officer of the port and serves as the principal resource to the board of commissioners and is responsible for implementing policies and resolutions set by the commissioners while overseeing port marketing, development of port facilities, property management and community relations. The position requires a bachelors degree in business administration, economics, economic development, marketing, public policy or similar educational background. A minimum of six years general management experience with three or more years in public sector is preferred. Port experience with marine, industrial and economic development successes is also preferred. Salary range is $116,342 - $157,405 plus benefits. Interested individuals should submit applications (email preferred) to email@example.com by May 20, 2016. To view a brochure with more information on the position go to: http://www.portofpa.com/DocumentCenter/View/700
PORTLAND Portland International Airport businesses are recruiting new members for the airport team during a job fair on May 16. More than 100 jobs are available at the event focusing on new and existing shops and restaurants, but also including other employers like the Transportation Security Administration, PHC Northwest, rental car operators, and service providers. The jobs are available this summer and fall. Those interested can visit the event between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. in St. Helens Conference Rooms A and B, located above the Oregon Market in the airports main terminal. PDX is located at 7000 NE Airport Way. The airport is accessible on the TriMet MAX Red Line, and parking will be validated for the PDX parking garage. PDX employers are looking for full-time, part-time and seasonal employees. Many of the jobs result from 11 lease agreements for retail and food and beverage locations coming on line starting in mid-2016. Current job listings are also available on the Jobs@PDX website, available at jobs.pdx.com.
SEATTLE Coast Guard officials are seeking
public comment while conducting a waterways analysis and
management system review of Admiralty Inlet. Officials
are seeking information from local mariners regarding the
general use of the waterways and any issues with the
visibility, placement or location of aids to navigation
in that area before the comment deadline of July 31,
2016. The WAMS includes Admiralty Bay, Port Townsend,
Kilisut Harbor, Oak Harbor, Mutiny Bay, Useless Bay, Port
Ludlow and Skunk Bay. The study focuses on the
areas aids to navigation system, waterborne
commerce, marine casualty information, port/harbor
resources, emergency response plans, routine and
emergency communication capabilities and future
development projects. For a map of the WAMS review and
the questionnaire form, visit the Coast Guard 13th
Districts WAMS website at: http://www.uscg.mil/d13/dpw/wams.asp.
COPENHAGEN On August 1, 2016, Ulf Hahnemann, current vice president for Strategic Programs at Mars Inc. will join Maersk Line as chief human resources officer (CHRO) and be part of the management board of Maersk Line. Current Chief Human Resources Officer, Michael Chivers, resigned in January 2016 in order to explore opportunities outside of the Maersk Group. He will leave by the end of May 2016.