Our people are essential to our success and across the Port's five business areas there is a wide variety of roles and occupations.

The Port of Tyne is a progressive company that seeks to employ people irrespective of age, gender or ethnicity. The Port currently employs over 450 people; however an impact assessment revealed that the Port influences the employment of up to 10,000 people through Port related activities.

Excellent working conditions make the Port of Tyne a great place to work and this has resulted in excellent levels of staff retention.

The Port is committed to providing an exciting and challenging working environment which values and recognises the contribution of its employees

For information on current vacancies please visit our jobs listing alternatively contact our Human Resources team on Tel: 0191 455 2671 or Email: vacancies

The Port is committed to activities that promote and encourage regional development and has much to offer in terms of business variety and work experience. Students regularly spend work experience at the Port where they can gain experience in a broad range of roles or choose to learn about a specific role in more detail. Similarly graduates often seek work placements at the Port.

The Port provides modern apprentice opportunities for individuals interested in pursuing a career in Engineering. Entry level requirements are usually either GCSE or NVQ qualifications.

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