"Great things are done by a great team of people."
Welcome to the Virgin Islands Port Authority's career portal. Recruiting and hiring qualified, hard-working individuals is key to the Port Authority's ability to serve travelers, our customers, and our community. All vacancies and open positions are posted on this page. We invite you to apply for any of our jobs that you may be qualified for.
HOW TO APPLY
2. Complete the application and sign it. Make sure you answer all questions and proofread your application.
3. E-mail your application and any other documents (resume, cover letter, etc.) to HR@viport.com. Our staff will confirm receipt of your application via e-mail.
For more information about working at VIPA, contact our Human Resources department:
(340) 774-1629 St. Thomas/St. John
(340) 778-1012 St. Croix
The Virgin Islands Port Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
VIRGIN ISLANDS PORT AUTHORITY
Vacancies and Open Positions
Deadline: 22 Jan 2021
(1) CUSTODIAN – STT
(4) LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – STX
(1) SENIOR ENGINEER – STX
(1) SENIOR MAINTENANCE MECHANIC – STX
(2) AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIREFIGHTER – STX
(1) AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIREFIGHTER – STT
(3) LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER - STT
OUR DYNAMIC PORT MANAGEMENT TEAM
The Virgin Islands Port Authority currently employs over 360 employees on St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John. Our employees work in a variety of airport and seaport management fields including, but not limited to:
airport management and operations
seaport management and operations
various fields in accounting
property and real estate management
auto and heavy equipment mechanics
harbor pilots, wharfingers, seamen, dock masters, coxswains, and marine mechanics
WHAT MAKES VIPA AN AWESOME PLACE TO WORK
Employees at VIPA have amazing benefits not easily found at other companies. Our benefits package includes:
medical and dental insurance coverage
optional eye care insurance
20-25 paid local and federal government holidays
accrued vacation leave with a maximum of 480 hours each year and accrued unlimited sick leave
a retirement system into which the employee becomes vested after 10 years of service (retirement is possible at age 50 or after 30 years of service regardless of age).