The Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority managing three ports on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. Established in 1961, the Ports of Indiana is a self-funded enterprise dedicated to growing Indiana’s economy by developing and maintaining a world-class port system. Information related to employment opportunities at Indiana’s ports is listed below.

Open Positions at Ports of Indiana

Port Engineer
[June 15, 2018] PORTAGE, Ind. – Position manages engineering requirements for one of the busiest international ports on the Great Lakes and routinely interacts with engineering team that oversees maintenance and development for Indiana’s statewide port system, which includes one port on Lake Michigan and two ports on the Ohio River. Conceptual design, inspection and construction management work will be required throughout the port system, which include 2,800 acres of maritime industrial parks, 4 miles of shoreline and dockwalls, 15 miles of heavy haul roadways, 40 miles of railroad trackage and over 100 individual industrial operations. Role reports to the Engineering Director and is based in Portage, Ind., located 25 miles east of Chicago.

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Additional Resources

Companies at Indiana’s three ports employ hundreds of workers in a variety of industries related to manufacturing, agriculture, energy and freight transportation. Click below for a list of companies and partners at each of our ports.

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor
Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville
Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon