Say Yes To Adventure!
Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge is a full service fishing and adventure lodge located in King Salmon, Alaska on the banks of the Naknek River. Just skip from Katmai National Park and the famous Brooks Falls. AGCL offers guided fishing and wilderness adventures. The perfect remote Alaska base camp, complete with comfortable lodging, great food, and endless adventures for those who love to explore.
AGCL is located on the western peninsula in King Salmon, Alaska, in the Bristol Bay region. Entrance to Katmai National Park and the most incredible wilderness on Earth!
About Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge
Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge is a fishing and adventure lodge located in King salmon, Alaska at the entrance of Katmai National Park, near the famous Brooks Falls. AGCL caters to all types of guests, from celebrities to everyday bucket listers. We pride ourselves on offering top-notch 5-star facilities and the best possible customer service, in a remote wilderness environment. We cater to and anticipate every need of our guests to ensure the best possible guest experience. We are looking for team members who are flexible and have a friendly, outgoing, get along with everyone demeanor.
Working in Alaska can be tough, you will be asked to do a wide range of duties in challenging conditions, so a good attitude at all times will go along way. With the challenging work environment comes rewards. You will meet interesting people from all over the world and will have the chance to adventure on your own from time to time throughout the season. We encourage couples, friends, and even siblings/family members to apply.
Are you ready for an epic summer adventure in Alaska?
The Employee Experience
What do I like about working at Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge?
I love working and living in Alaska. You never know what you will see when you walk out of your door. There are bears, moose, wolves, and lynx who are regulars around the lodge. I love the peacefulness of the wilderness environment. At the end of a long workday, I like to walk down to the dock and sit and listen to the evening nature sounds. The fish jumping, the loon off in the distance, there really isn't anything better. I also love the variety of people that I get to meet. We get guests from all walks of life from around the world. It's fun to sit around the campfire in the evenings with the guests and chit chat about their different adventures. I can say that it never ceases to amaze me all the things I learn each season. Working and living with staff can be trying, however each season I have made incredible life long friends who grow to be like family by the end of the season. If you love people and the outdoors, then this is the place for you.
We look for those individuals who are mentally tough, go with the flow types, who can work and live in a remote wilderness environment with LIMITED INTERNET ACCESS. Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge has high expectations when it comes to our staff members, so those with tough skin, a strong work ethic, and a get it done attitude will be great candidates.
A few of the qualities that we look for in an employee:
- Strong work ethic
- Fun easy going attitude
- Get's along with all types of people
- Keen attention to detail
- Outgoing personality
- Can speak intelligently with guests
- Those who Look for ways to serve and go above and beyond what is asked
We love animals and have 3 lodge dogs on the property who are a big part of our team (you must be a dog person and be willing to help with the care of the lodge dogs). However, we cannot consider candidates who want to bring their personal pets with them for any reason. It just doesn't work and is too big of a liability for us to assume.
Room and Board
Room and board are included in your pay! Employee accommodations are comfortable and are usually shared. Most staff rooms have 2 full sized beds and a shared bath. Some employee housing is right on the river, with great views.
Employees can adventure on their days off. Fishing, kayaking, and treks into Katmai National Park are a few favorite day off activities. The lodge owns a water taxi shuttle to the famous Brooks Falls, so staff can hop on for free (usually $195 round trip) on days off to go see the bears, hike, etc.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Employees are responsible to get themselves to and from the lodge their first season. We provide transportation from the King Salmon airport upon arrival. The lodge is in a remote wilderness environment, so you are basically stuck at the lodge. AGCL does not provide vehicles for personal use.
How to Apply
Please send your resume, and a short video clip telling us about yourself and why you want to work in Alaska. It can be basic and as simple as a cell phone video. You can submit your resume to katherine@alaskasgoldcreeklodge or call 907-246-4654 for more information.