On the Job looks at the men and women who make the Port of Long Beach work. Dockworkers, truck drivers and others handle cargo each day; off-the-dock workers such as freight forwarders and warehouse workers book international shipments and receive, sort and store goods; and financial, insurance and legal professionals keep the money and paperwork moving smoothly. For more information on how the Port of Long Beach affects the local economy, visit our "1 in 8" page. To learn more about job opportunities in and around the Port, visit polb.com/jobresources.
Community Relations: Connie Rivera Connie Rivera is the Government and Community Relations officer for the Alameda Corridor Transit Authority, which is in charge of the train corridor linking the ports with rail yards near downtown.