London's New Container Port to Hold Jobs Fair

Press Release
Thursday, July 05, 2012

DP World's London Gateway, the UK’s new deep-sea container port to hold jobs fair, seek to recruit 200

The jobs fair marks the start of London Gateway’s own major recruitment drive that will see an initial 200 new staff join the existing team of 50 in the coming months.

Attendees will be asked to register their interest for roles, which are a mixture of manual, semi-skilled, skilled, supervisory and management roles including lashers, quay crane drivers, electricians, mechanics, IT professionals, HR specialists, terminal planners and other  roles required to operate, maintain and manage Britain’s new global shipping port.

Training will be provided for many of the roles to ensure world-class standards of service are delivered from day one of operations.

DP World offers a challenging and rewarding career and is an equal opportunities employer.

The team is looking for a diverse mixture of talent.

During the fair, on 14, July 2012, people will be able to meet with existing London Gateway team members including: Operations, Engineering, IT/systems, Communications, HR, Commercial, Finance, Health and Safety, and Administrative/support functions.

London Gateway, the £1.5 billion port, along with Europe’s largest logistics park is set to create 12,000 direct jobs over the coming years and is currently one of the biggest private job creation schemes in the UK.

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