Roles at Port of Melbourne

The people and culture philosophy at Port of Melbourne recognises the importance of attracting, developing and engaging highly skilled and motivated people for its workforce.

This will deliver the best outcomes for its customers and the wider community,

Around 75% of Port of Melbourne's staff have post-secondary qualifications.

To ensure the port’s ongoing sustainable development, Port of Melbourne needs a broad range of project-related and specialist expertise across the organisation in areas including:

  • engineering
  • hydrographic / land survey
  • marine and navigation
  • land use planning.

Other areas of the business support these specialist roles. These areas include finance, information technology, administration, trade and marketing, communications and stakeholder engagement roles.

The people and culture philosophy at Port of Melbourne recognises the importance of attracting, developing and engaging highly skilled and motivated people for its workforce.

This will deliver the best outcomes for its customers and the wider community,

Around 75% of Port of Melbourne's staff have post-secondary qualifications.

To ensure the port’s ongoing sustainable development, Port of Melbourne needs a broad range of project-related and specialist expertise across the organisation in areas including:

  • engineering
  • hydrographic / land survey
  • marine and navigation
  • land use planning.

Other areas of the business support these specialist roles. These areas include finance, information technology, administration, trade and marketing, communications and stakeholder engagement roles.