See our following careers opportunities. When you join the Porta-Dock team, you become part of a diverse group of individuals who share a passion for solving problems, realizing results, and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the dock and lift industry. We set high expectations, and we are committed to helping our customers enjoy their time on the water.
We are always interested in people who desire challenging work in a fast-paced environment. We seek people who are motivated and thrive in a team environment. To apply for a position, please download, complete, and e-mail/mail the employment application or submit the application to our careers team below online.
Porta-Dock Mailing Address
PO Box 409, Dassel, MN 55325
General Labor & Fabrication
This position will primarily be working as a general laborer producing fabricated aluminum and steel parts by following work instructions with the aid of blueprint drawings. Fabricator must have the ability to accurately setup and operate a wide variety of manufacturing equipment.
Inventory Control / Purchasing Assistant
This position monitors and maintains current inventory levels; processes purchase orders as required; tracks orders, items costs, and investigates problems. Inventory Control also monitors reorder points and initiate actions to replenish stock.
This position also reconciles discrepancies in inventories and notifies management of irregularities and performs routine clerical duties, including data entry, answering telephones, and assisting suppliers and customers.
Material Handler – Fab. General Labor
The material handler maintains and expedites the flow of materials. Responsible receiving purchased and raw materials. The general labor produces fabricated aluminum and steel parts by following work instructions with the aid of blueprint drawings.
Porta-Dock, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Porta-Dock, Inc does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability, or on any basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation in the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization.