Embraport opens 180 jobspositions by December 2012
The Embraport Terminal will open 180 job positions between July and December 2012, already thinking about the beginning of its operations due to startin the first quarter of 2013. During the next 30 days, 12 recruiting and selection processes will be open in the following areas: Engineering, Operations and Information Technology.
The CVs can be registered on the site www.terminalembraport.com.br/por/trabalhe-conosco.Embraportis looking for professionals motivated to learn and produce.There are good career plans and growth perspectives in the company, besides training programs to capacitate people according to international quality and efficiency standards.The chosen candidates will be able to participate in Embraport’s qualification programs in partnership with the “S” System (Senat e Senai), Incatep, among others.
Operation leads in the number of openings
There will be 134 openings for the operational area between October and November for the positions of Supervisor and Patio Planner, Ship Planner, Gate Operators, etc. There are also openings in the areas of Engineering and Projects, Financial, Controlling, Treasury, Human Resources, Information and Maintenance Technology.
Located on the left bank of Santos Port, EMBRAPORT - EmpresaBrasileira de TerminaisPortuários(Brazilian Port Terminal Company)- is anOdebrechtTransPort, DP World and Coimex undertaking for the construction and operation of a mixed use private port terminal.
The terminal will begin operating in the first quarter of 2013 with a 350 meter long dock and a 50 thousand m² retro-area for stocking general cargo aiming at the first arrival of equipment for container handling.
Up until October 2013, another 300 meters of dock will be delivered, extending the docking length to 650 meters and a retro-area to 207 thousand m², with an annual handling capacity of 1,2 million TEUsand 2 billion liters of bulk liquid.This structure corresponds to the first phase of the Embraport Terminal implantation, which foresees investments of R$1,8 billion. The second phase will lengthen the dock to a total of 1.100 meters and increase the retro-area to 342 thousand m², increasing the annual capacity to 2 million TEUs, besides the 2 billion liters of bulk liquids.
- 530.000 m² total area
- 650 metersof dock and 1 pier
- 60 thousand m³ tank storage for bulk liquids
- 207 thousand m² retro-area for general cargo storage
- Annual capacity 1,2million TEUs and 2 billion bulk liquids
- 848.500 m² total area
- 1.100 meterdock and 2 piers
- 342 thousand m² of retro-area for the storage of general cargo
- 60 thousand m³ bulk liquid storage
- Annual capacity; 2 million TEUs and 2 million bulk liquids