Port of Seattle to Host Spring Job Fairs

Port of Seattle
Port of Seattle
The Port of Seattle plans to hold a series of job fairs in the coming weeks. Photo: Port of Seattle.

This week, the Port of Seattle announced a series of job fairs this spring aimed at hiring part-time, full-time and seasonal work for the local maritime and logistics-related industries.

More than two dozen employers related to the port industry are expected to take part in the job fairs. Port Jobs, Metro Shore Services (which represent Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises) and SMS Shore Services (which represent Holland America, Princess Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Oceania Cruises, and Cruise Terminals of America) are among the job fairs’ sponsors.

“Port-related industries need to fill hundreds of jobs,” Port Commissioner Sam Cho said. “Connecting talented potential workers to port-related employers makes our facilities more efficient, improves customer service, and advances our goal of ensuring that port-related opportunities benefit everyone in our community.”

The first job fair is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 25-26 at Terminal 91, Magnolia

2001 W. Garfield St. in Seattle and would feature employers looking for applicants for cruise season jobs at Pier 66, Terminal 91 and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

The second job fair is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 29 at Double Tree by Hilton Seattle Airport, SeaTac, 18740 International Blvd. in Seattle. Employers scheduled to participate include the port, Port Jobs, WorkSource, Horizon/Alaska, Swissport Fueling and Amazon.

The third job fair is set to take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 2 at Port of Seattle Duwamish River Community Hub, South Park, 8600 14th Ave. South in Seattle.

Employers seeking workers for downtown cruise terminals Pier 66 and Terminal 91 and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are expected to participate.

Applicants can attend in person or virtually. To attend online, go to https://publicworkforceevents.easyvirtualfair.com/. For more on all job fairs, visit the port’s event page.

By Karen Robes Meeks