Shoreham Port is pleased to welcome another four new staff members to handle the increasing work load of the port.
Brett Barber has joined the Port as a Workshop /Fitter Mechanic and is excited by the prospect of working in a completely different environment on cranes and other heavy mobile plant. In his new role Brett will be joining the existing team of Workshop / Fitter Mechanic’s and is keen to get stuck in with his new work colleagues.
Chris Linscer, will be following in his father’s (Trevor Linscer) footsteps as a Stevedore/Dockworker. Chris says “My Father worked at the Port for 47 years and retired earlier this year. I’m sure he will be offering me words of wisdom if I need any advice!”
Shane Harmer, has joined as a forklift driver and will be learning how to operate other mobile plant and cranes. Shane is looking forward to being a part of a lively operations team and has been impressed with how busy the Port is.
Chris Lawrence, is a carpenter by trade and is already familiar with his surroundings having worked in and around the port before with a local civils contractor JT Mackley. His experience of marine work will be invaluable and will stand him in good stead within the port environment.
Chris says “I was attracted to joining the port having seen first-hand the variety of work the engineering team are involved in”.
Safety and HR Director Paul Johnson, explained that the Port is extremely busy at the moment with new businesses underway. He said: “I’m sure the new staff will make a great contribution and add value to the divisions they serve. We are very pleased again to be recruiting from the local market”