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We are hiring all positions for the 2023 summer season, which will run from approximately April 15th, 2023 until September 30th, 2023. Training will be provided for all positions and no experience is necessary. We are looking to hire team first customer service oriented individuals who have a passion for working in the outdoors. Anyone remotely interested is encouraged to apply. 

    Middle Island Cruise and Kayak

  • Catamaran Boat Captain

    Middle Island Cruise and Kayak
    $25.00 - $28.00 / hour

    The vessel operator for the Middle Island Cruise and Kayak Adventure will be responsible for operating a 38 foot 12 ton twin screw (325 Suzuki outboards) on a ten minute shuttle taking our guests from the cruise ship terminal out to a floating launch base. They will be responsible for helping guests into kayaks as well as supporting crew to make operations are as fluid as possible whenever they are not responsible for operating the vessel. 

    The Boat Captain position requires a USCG master's license (25 ton minimum) and an FCC marine radio operator's permit. Prior experience in the marine tourism industry and particularly on passenger vessels is desirable. Must be able to build team and maintain crew morale to provide a quality experience for our guests.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Execute voyages as directed in tour descriptions and policy manual. Supervise marine aspects of tour delivery and quality control.
    • Supervise and assist in routine maintenance: cleaning, sanitation, and fuel pumping, restocking, painting, lubrication, and minor mechanical repairs.
    • Communicate with Captain and Operations Manager to identify problems and needed repairs, and occasionally assist in performing them.
    • Supervise passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response, and crowd control.
    • Plan and execute emergency drills & safety meetings in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations, and company policy.
    • Maintain logs and ship/company documents, as directed. Provide daily operations reports to the office.


    Qualifications/Experience

    • Experience on passenger carrying vessels required.
    •  Required minimum 25-ton license.
    • Must be able to build team and maintain morale with crew to provide quality experience for customers.
    • Ability to speak (on P.A. system when applicable), and to provide commentary.
    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment and random drug testing is Coast Guard required).
    • Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable and on time.
    • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.


    Pay is DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work through the end of the season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

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  • Middle Island Base Manager

    Middle Island Cruise and Kayak
    $19.00 - $20.00 / hour

    Essential Qualifications & Qualities

    • Strong command of the English language and very good communication skills.
    • Proficient with math, money-handling, computer use and record keeping.
    • Must be team-oriented and have well-developed leadership and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to thrive and multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
    • Must be detail-oriented and have very good problem-solving skills.
    • Responsible, able to work with minimal supervision, and drug-free.
    • Willingness to work variable work hours, including long-days, weekends and holidays.
    • Willingness to pitch in on a moment’s notice to help guides and customers.


    Primary Responsibilities

    1. Communicating with the captain and operations manager to know what to set up for each tour, and lead the guide staff in setting up for each tour 
    2. Set up for daily tour operations. Instruct guides on kayak & gear preparation, and to confirm the day’s tour schedule and tour float plans. 
    3. When guest's are present play a support role to guides, helping them outfit their guests as well as helping them with anything they might need done to improve guest overall experience 
    4. Supervise guest outfitting, including proper fit & adjustment of PFD’s, spray skirts, and other equipment to be worn by guests.  
    5. Adjust tour & guide schedules, as needed, throughout the day with the goal of optimizing tour sales and the productive use of the guides “on shore” time. 
    6. Coordinate with Operations Assistant to develop ongoing list of bus, kayak and gear cleaning & maintenance projects, to be assigned to guides between tours and on days that are less busy.
    7. Delegate to guides the plan for washing & drying rain gear, gloves, etc., as needed. And supervise the end-of-day gear storage and general clean-up inside & outside the bus. 
    8. Coordinate with Operations Assistant to hold a 10-15 minute end-of-shift crew meeting to discuss customer service, tour conduct or procedural issues that have arisen.
    9. Notify food service supplier (TBD) of quantity of snacks and lunches needing to be prepared/delivered for the next day’s business.
    10. Supervise & assist guides, and assist guests and other visitors to Sitka however the situation warrants.


    Compensation & Benefits

    DOE, at least $19.00/hour, plus end-of-season 5% contract fulfillment bonus.

    Company-arranged, seasonal housing assistance may be available to interested employees.

    The position is seasonal, full-time.  Covered by Workman’s Comp Insurance.


    A Narrative Overview of Responsibilities

    You will usually be the first in-person contact our guests have with our company.  Make the best first impression possible.  At all times you must be professional, courteous, and wear a smile on your face.  It is your responsibility to make sure guests are happy and comfortable with the experience they are about to embark upon.  Don’t leave out any details as you introduce the trip plan.  For most of your guests this will be their first experience sea kayaking in Alaska.

    Treat each guest special.  Give prompt attention to his or her needs, remembering, nobody likes to wait.  If you need to step away from a guest, excuse yourself and explain why.  Make sure every guest has the opportunity to review and signs the Liability Waiver.  You will be asked every question under the sun.  If you don’t know the answer, try to find out or tell them you don’t know and you will get back to them when you do.  The Tour Manager is responsible for credit card sales, cash sales, third-party vouchers collected and petty cash management.  Lock up the bus if it is being left unattended for even a couple minutes.

    After you have checked in your guests (or signed them up and processed payment), ensured that waivers are distributed & signed, answered their questions, explained the trip, introduced them to their guide and assisted them with outfitting, be sure to wish them a great trip.  Don’t forget to mention (mostly for the guide’s benefit) the time you expect to see them back.   Be prepared to repeat this process often throughout the day, giving each process the energy it deserves.

    Always keep track of the expected return time for each trip, and make sure the shore crew is in position to assist before the kayaks have arrived back at the ramp.  Make note of any early or late returns, to discuss the reason(s) why at the end-of-the-day briefing with the guides. 

    Make sure you and the guide are available to assist guests returning to the bus at the end of each trip.  Have them take off their PFDs & spray skirts and place them in pile.  Ask how the trip was.  Ask if they left anything behind in the bus that you can retrieve for them.  While saying farewell, be sure to ask if they have any questions about Sitka, or if you can assist pointing them in the right direction to their next activity.

    After guests have left, begin hanging the PFDs & spray skirts up to dry.  If salty, they may have to be rinsed.  Have a bucket of clean water and sponge ready.

     Make sure all the guides know what time(s) to report to work for the next day’s trips.  Note which ships are going to be in port, and check the weather forecast and tides.

    Apply Now
  • Middle Island Kayak Adventure Kayak Guide

    Middle Island Cruise and Kayak
    $16.50 - $18.00 / hour + tips

    Adventure Sitka is an outdoor recreation company offering guided kayak and other adventure tours for guests visiting Alaska.

    This Kayak Guide position will be responsible for providing guests with an exceptional, and safe, guided kayaking tour experience.

    The length of our workday is variable, mostly depending on the number of cruise ships in port and how long they’re scheduled to stay.  We usually start our workday at about 7:30 am, but it is almost impossible to know in advance when the workday will end. A guide might lead one shorter-duration tour, working 4-6 hours, or he/she might guide two or more tours and put in a 10+ hour day.  Our full-time guides and staff will be scheduled to have at least one entire day off per week.

    Previous guiding experience is helpful but not essential. Our comprehensive, in-house training program includes Kayak & gear orientation, kayak safety & rescue techniques, guide leadership skills, navigation rules-of-the-road, tide/current/wind/seas awareness, tour orientation & goals, the natural & human history of the area, and leave-no-trace camping ethics.

    Benefits include a relocation allowance for hires from out-of-state, and a contract completion bonus.

    Apply Now
  • Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure

  • Base Manager

    Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure
    $19.00 / hour

    Essential Qualifications & Qualities

    • Strong command of the English language and very good communication skills.
    • Proficient with math, money-handling, computer use and record keeping.
    • Must be team-oriented and have well-developed leadership and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to thrive and multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
    • Must be detail-oriented and have very good problem-solving skills.
    • Responsible, able to work with minimal supervision, and drug-free.
    • Willingness to work variable work hours, including long-days, weekends and holidays.
    • Willingness to pitch in on a moment’s notice to help guides and customers.


    Primary Responsibilities

    1. Communicating with the captain and operations manager to know what to set up for each tour, and lead the guide staff in setting up for each tour 
    2. Set up for daily tour operations. Instruct guides on kayak & gear preparation, and to confirm the day’s tour schedule and tour float plans. 
    3. When guest's are present play a support role to guides, helping them outfit their guests as well as helping them with anything they might need done to improve guest overall experience 
    4. Supervise guest outfitting, including proper fit & adjustment of PFD’s, spray skirts, and other equipment to be worn by guests.  
    5. Adjust tour & guide schedules, as needed, throughout the day with the goal of optimizing tour sales and the productive use of the guides “on shore” time. 
    6. Coordinate with Operations Assistant to develop ongoing list of bus, kayak and gear cleaning & maintenance projects, to be assigned to guides between tours and on days that are less busy.
    7. Delegate to guides the plan for washing & drying rain gear, gloves, etc., as needed. And supervise the end-of-day gear storage and general clean-up inside & outside the bus. 
    8. Coordinate with Operations Assistant to hold a 10-15 minute end-of-shift crew meeting to discuss customer service, tour conduct or procedural issues that have arisen.
    9. Notify food service supplier (TBD) of quantity of snacks and lunches needing to be prepared/delivered for the next day’s business.
    10. Supervise & assist guides, and assist guests and other visitors to Sitka however the situation warrants.


    Compensation & Benefits

    DOE, at least $19.00/hour, plus end-of-season 5% contract fulfillment bonus.

    Company-arranged, seasonal housing assistance may be available to interested employees.

    The position is seasonal, full-time.  Covered by Workman’s Comp Insurance.


    A Narrative Overview of Responsibilities

    You will usually be the first in-person contact our guests have with our company.  Make the best first impression possible.  At all times you must be professional, courteous, and wear a smile on your face.  It is your responsibility to make sure guests are happy and comfortable with the experience they are about to embark upon.  Don’t leave out any details as you introduce the trip plan.  For most of your guests this will be their first experience sea kayaking in Alaska.

    Treat each guest special.  Give prompt attention to his or her needs, remembering, nobody likes to wait.  If you need to step away from a guest, excuse yourself and explain why.  Make sure every guest has the opportunity to review and signs the Liability Waiver.  You will be asked every question under the sun.  If you don’t know the answer, try to find out or tell them you don’t know and you will get back to them when you do.  The Tour Manager is responsible for credit card sales, cash sales, third-party vouchers collected and petty cash management.  Lock up the bus if it is being left unattended for even a couple minutes.

    After you have checked in your guests (or signed them up and processed payment), ensured that waivers are distributed & signed, answered their questions, explained the trip, introduced them to their guide and assisted them with outfitting, be sure to wish them a great trip.  Don’t forget to mention (mostly for the guide’s benefit) the time you expect to see them back.   Be prepared to repeat this process often throughout the day, giving each process the energy it deserves.

    Always keep track of the expected return time for each trip, and make sure the shore crew is in position to assist before the kayaks have arrived back at the ramp.  Make note of any early or late returns, to discuss the reason(s) why at the end-of-the-day briefing with the guides. 

    Make sure you and the guide are available to assist guests returning to the bus at the end of each trip.  Have them take off their PFDs & spray skirts and place them in pile.  Ask how the trip was.  Ask if they left anything behind in the bus that you can retrieve for them.  While saying farewell, be sure to ask if they have any questions about Sitka, or if you can assist pointing them in the right direction to their next activity.

    After guests have left, begin hanging the PFDs & spray skirts up to dry.  If salty, they may have to be rinsed.  Have a bucket of clean water and sponge ready.

     Make sure all the guides know what time(s) to report to work for the next day’s trips.  Note which ships are going to be in port, and check the weather forecast and tides.

    Apply Now
  • Boat Captain

    Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure
    $25.00 - $28.00 / hour

    The Boat Captain position requires a USCG master's license (25 ton minimum) and an FCC marine radio operator's permit. Prior experience in the marine tourism industry and particularly on passenger vessels is desirable.  Preference is given to applicants with knowledge of diesel and gasoline outboard mechanics, waterjet propulsion, and electrical systems. Must be able to build team and maintain crew morale to provide a quality experience for our guests.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Execute voyages as directed in tour descriptions and policy manual. Supervise marine aspects of tour delivery and quality control.
    • Supervise and assist in routine maintenance: cleaning, sanitation, and fuel pumping, restocking, painting, lubrication, and minor mechanical repairs.
    • Communicate with Captain and Operations Manager to identify problems and needed repairs, and occasionally assist in performing them.
    • Supervise passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response, and crowd control.
    • Plan and execute emergency drills & safety meetings in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations, and company policy.
    • Maintain logs and ship/company documents, as directed. Provide daily operations reports to the office.


    Qualifications/Experience

    • Experience on passenger carrying vessels and/or experience operating vessels in Southeast Alaska required. Required minimum 25-ton license.
    • Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful.
    • Must be able to build team and maintain morale with crew to provide quality experience for customers.
    • Ability to speak (on P.A. system when applicable), and to provide commentary.
    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment and random drug testing is Coast Guard required).
    • Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable and on time.
    • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.


    Pay is DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work through the end of the season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

    Apply Now
  • Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure Kayak Guide

    Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure
    $16.50 - $18.00 / hour + tips

    Adventure Sitka is an outdoor recreation company offering guided kayak and other adventure tours for guests visiting Alaska.

    The Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure is the premier kayaking shore excursion in Southeast Alaska. As the guide you will be responsible for outfitting guests in all necessary kayaking gear, teaching them the basics of kayaking, fitting them to their boat and then leading them through the Siginaka Islands to look for things like sea stars, sea urchins, different shellfish, as well as random sightings of marine mammals such as humpback whales and sea otters. Guides are expected to take up to three tours a day and each tour is on the water in kayaks for approximately 90 minutes. Timing and working with a mindful sense of urgency is an extremely important aspect for team success on this tour. 

    This Kayak Guide position will be responsible for providing guests with an exceptional, and safe, guided kayaking tour experience.

    The length of our workday is variable, mostly depending on the number of cruise ships in port and how long they’re scheduled to stay.  We usually start our workday at about 7:30 am. Our full-time guides and staff will be scheduled to have at least one entire day off per week.

    Previous guiding experience is helpful but not essential. Our comprehensive, in-house training program includes Kayak & gear orientation, kayak safety & rescue techniques, guide leadership skills, navigation rules-of-the-road, tide/current/wind/seas awareness, tour orientation & goals, the natural & human history of the area, and leave-no-trace camping ethics.

    Benefits include a relocation allowance for hires from out-of-state, a contract completion bonus, and numerous company sponsored optional employee outings like barbeques and wildlife viewing adventures. 

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  • Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Guide / Deckhand

    Siginaka Cruise and Kayak Adventure
    $17.50 - $19.50 / hour

    Essential Qualities and Qualifications

    Must have water-oriented background and skills and/or previous adventure-guiding experience.

    Must have a background or strong interest in natural and human history. 

    Must be reliable, self-motivated, honest, enthusiastic, gregarious, and love the outdoors.

    Must be willing to operate outside in variable weather conditions including rain and moderate wind.

    Must be team-oriented and have well-developed interpersonal and leadership skills.

    Must have strong communication skills and enjoy story-telling and conversation.

    Must be physically fit, comfortable on the water for extended periods, able to swim, and able to lift & carry up to 100 pounds.

    Must possess First Aid & CPR certification (prior to guiding with paying guests).

    Must be willing to work variable work hours, including long-days, evenings and weekends.

    Must be able to take constructive feedback.

    Must be able to take direction and execute tasks as directed.

    Must recognize and fill their specific role as part of a contributor to team efficiency and morale.

     

    Sea Kayak Guide Responsibilities

    1. Set up for daily tour operations: kayak staging and gear preparation, and coordinate with the Tour Manager to confirm the day’s tour schedule and tour float plans.

    2. Monitor weather and ocean conditions before, during, and after trips (if there are multiple trips in one day).  Work with management to make decisions based on conditions that ensure tour safety and quality.

    3. Provide safety orientation for guests on our guided kayak tours.  Orientations include teaching proper fit and adjustment of equipment, good paddle technique and emergency rescue skills.  

    4. Lead guide duties while on tour: ensure the safety of our guests through constant awareness of hazards and close observation of each guest’s abilities and needs.

    5. Provide an educational and fun experience through delivery of informative narrative, good story-telling and appropriate conversation (adjust to suit each guest’s individual communication style). 

    6. During “down time”, between tours and on days that are less busy, guides may be given the option to assist with kayak and gear maintenance, site improvements, or other duties as needed. 

    7. Assist other guides, shore staff and potential customers however the situation warrants.

     

    Sea Kayak Guide / Deckhand Hybrid Responsibilities

    -All Responsibilities listed above for Sea Kayak Guide, PLUS

    1. Federally (U.S. Coast Guard) required to be enrolled in a pre employment and random drug screening program.

    2. As needed, fill in as a pier representative.  This includes: greeting guests on the pier with tour signs, checking tickets, confirming guest counts, coordinating with Captain and ship staff for tour departure, communicating with crew over radio, and escorting guests from the pier to the tour vessel.

    3. Serve as the primary point of contact to guests on the crucial first leg of the tour.  This includes orientation, tour overview, organizing guests into paddle groups, initiating first steps of the outfitting process, release forms, answering questions, and assuring guests that they are about to have a great experience.

    4. Communicate with Captain any sort of unique guest challenges or situations that arise, coordinate with guides and Captain to come up with solutions.

    5. Assist Captain as needed on routine vessel maintenance according to schedule established by operations manager. This can include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking, painting, lubrication, fueling, and minor mechanical repairs.

    6. Work with Captain to identify problems and needed repairs, and assist in performing them.

    7. Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. Maintain safe conditions underway, making minor repairs and adjustments as necessary.

    8. Participate in emergency response plans, including Coast Guard required drills.  Demonstrate emergency preparedness as situations arise while following captain’s directions and maintaining composure with crew and guests.

    9. Complete routine engine room checks underway with any service related needs.

    10. Assist Captain with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed.

    11. Assist other crew in maintaining vessel appearance, cleanliness and safety.

    12. Other duties under supervision of Captain.

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  • Silver Bay Homestead Tour

  • Silver Bay Deckhand / Naturalist

    Silver Bay Homestead Tour
    $18.00 - $19.00 / hour + tips

    Deckhand on our sight-seeing boat for the Homestead Tour. Deckhands are to work under direct supervision of the Captain. Deckhands assist the captain to identify points of interest and wildlife to the guests. All deckhands are enrolled into our USCG maritime consortium drug testing program, with a mandatory pre employment drug test and random drug testing throughout the summer. 

     

    Essential Qualities & Qualifications

    • Requires basic seamanship skills. 

    • Must be able to work as a team member and be comfortable interacting with guests.

    • Experience on passenger carrying vessels is preferred.

    • For larger vessels, mechanical aptitude and engine room experience is helpful. Outboard / Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background is also helpful.

    • Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide quality experience for customers, including answering questions and providing commentary.

    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.

    • Must be drug free (pre-employment and random drug testing is Coast Guard required).

    • Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays. Days off will be scheduled but must be willing to be flexible in meeting tour demand.

    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, reliable and on time.

     

    Deckhand Responsibilities

    • Under direction of Captain, complete all routine vessel maintenance according to schedule established by operations manager. This will include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking, painting, lubrication, fueling, and minor mechanical repairs.

    • Complete routine engine room checks pre trip, underway, and post trip.

    • Assist Captain in monitoring vessel systems and troubleshoot problems. 

    • Work with Captain to identify problems and needed repairs, and assist in performing them.

    • Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. Maintain safe conditions underway, making minor repairs and adjustments as necessary.

    • Operate with constant vigilance towards safety concerns.  Provide for passenger safety while underway and maintain impeccably clean vessel at all times.

    • Participate in emergency response plans, including Coast Guard required drills.  Demonstrate emergency preparedness as situations arise while following captain’s directions and maintaining composure with crew and guests.

    • Assist Captain in wheelhouse with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed.

    • Interact with passengers and perform customer service duties.

    • Assist other crew in maintaining vessel appearance, cleanliness and safety.

    • Other duties under supervision of Captain.

     

    Deckhand / Naturalist Responsibilities-in addition to the responsibilities above, 

    • Perform narration while the vessel is underway - this can include flora, fauna, natural history, sea life, tides, industrial history, fisheries, cultural history, and other items.

    • In general, provide an educational and fun experience through delivery of informative narrative, good story-telling and appropriate conversation (adjust to suit groups’ communication styles, or “read the room”). 

    • Work well with the Captain, who may or may not want to interject into the narration from time to time.  Be aware of and follow the Captain's direction in circumstances where safety concerns override tour narration.  A good tour operation depends on a successful collaboration between the Captain and the narrator.

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  • Silver Bay Homestead Camp Host

    Silver Bay Homestead Tour
    $18.00 - $20.00 / hour + tips

    As the Silver Bay Homestead Tour Camp Host you will be responsible for setting the scene of the Homestead site as people disembark from the sight seeing boat. In the morning you will take a boat out to the site location, start a fire, prepare the snack for the tour and make sure everything is neat and ready before guests arrive. There typically is multiple tours per day, so much of your time spent as the camp host is cleaning up things from one group, and getting it ready for the next group to arrive.  This is a unique position in that it requires someone who a can deliver a strong storytelling performance, oversee and maintain the homestead site, and operate a small vessel to and from the venue each day.

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  • Silver Bay Homestead tour Boat Captain

    Silver Bay Homestead Tour
    $25.00 - $28.00 / hour + tips

    Navigate one of our two site seeing vessels through the gorgeous and historic Silver Bay Fjord. 

    The Boat Captain position requires a USCG master's license (50 ton minimum) and an FCC marine radio operator's permit. Prior experience in the marine tourism industry and particularly on passenger vessels is desirable.  Preference is given to applicants with knowledge of diesel and gasoline outboard mechanics, waterjet propulsion, and electrical systems. Must be able to build team and maintain crew morale to provide a quality experience for our guests.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Execute voyages as directed in tour descriptions and policy manual. Supervise marine aspects of tour delivery and quality control.
    • Supervise and assist in routine maintenance: cleaning, sanitation, and fuel pumping, restocking, painting, lubrication, and minor mechanical repairs.
    • Communicate with Captain and Operations Manager to identify problems and needed repairs, and occasionally assist in performing them.
    • Supervise passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response, and crowd control.
    • Plan and execute emergency drills & safety meetings in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations, and company policy.
    • Maintain logs and ship/company documents, as directed. Provide daily operations reports to the office.


    Qualifications/Experience

    • Experience on passenger carrying vessels and/or experience operating vessels in Southeast Alaska required. Required minimum 50-ton license.
    • Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful.
    • Must be able to build team and maintain morale with crew to provide quality experience for customers.
    • Ability to speak (on P.A. system when applicable), and to provide commentary.
    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment and random drug testing is Coast Guard required).
    • Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable and on time.
    • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.


    Pay is DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work through the end of the season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

    Apply Now

How to Apply

Please fill out an application via the link below and tell us as much about you as possible! We really want to know when you are available and what sets YOU apart from our other applicants.


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