Snopac was established in 1983 and remains one of the few independently owned and family-operated fish processing companies in Alaska. This independence gives the company autonomy in an industry of increasing consolidation. Independence also means flexibility as market and trends shift with global economic change.
All of Snopac’s seafood is wild caught in Alaska under sustainable practices. More importantly, from the moment the seafood is caught, processed, and to the final delivery, Snopac is committed to providing quality wild Alaskan seafood with a personal touch.
It is the Snopac difference.
We operate a remote plant outside of Dillingham, Alaska on the banks of the beautiful Wood River. Our remote plant will have 250+ workers from around the globe with one goal in mind: processing the highest quality product as fast as possible.
The length of the contract varies each season based on weather, fish, etc. Generally salmon begins in Bristol Bay mid June lasting until the middle of August.
Snopac Products operates a seasonal salmon processing plant outside of Dillingham, Alaska on the beautiful Wood River. Our seasonal crew will work from mid June until mid August processing a huge amount of salmon. We currently have positions in all areas of our production facility. Employees will be expected to work up to 16 hours per day during peak production. This is a good chance to earn money and experience a summer in remote western Alaska.