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  • **Tour Representative**

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    Directs and assists guests in boarding coaches as they disembark their cruise ship in downtown Juneau. Tour Representatives interact and communicate with ship shore-excursion staff, co-workers and the management team to ensure the best experience for our guests. On the pier, you will collect tickets, count passengers, coordinate coach dispatch, and conduct end-of-day settlements. Tour Representatives must present a professional and friendly attitude, be willing to answer questions and work with minimal supervision. We are searching for applicants that have great attitudes and enjoy working on team!

    Full and part-time available. This is a shore-based position.

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  • *Deckhand*

    Vessel Crew
    Juneau
    Working as the assistant to the Captain, the Deckhand inspects vessel equipment and performs routine, basic maintenance daily. An active position for those who enjoy being a "jack of all trades." Working on deck tying lines, checking engines, maintaining the cleanliness of the vessel and being a host to guests aboard are all daily duties for our Deckhands. Our Deckhands also assist with galley service and participate in our retail program which focuses on locally made gifts and goods. Other duties as assigned. 

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  • Administrative Assistant - Reservations/Shuttle

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    The Administrative Assistant position combines clerical skills, independent tour sales, guest service and shuttle driving. You will be responsible for answering the toll-free reservation line, responding to email inquiries, taking reservations, and redirecting guests on the phone and in person at our office. This position assists with documentation of new employees, pre-season support materials, distributing uniforms an filing documents. Administrative assistants work with our downtown sales team and our operations team to coordinate independent sales. You will drive a 12-passenger van with guests form downtown Juneau to our dock in Auke Bay. Administrative assistants also run errands including post office, bank, refueling vehicles, etc. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. All team member share the daily responsibility of maintaining and cleaning the office and shuttle vehicles. Other duties as assigned. This position is shore-based. 

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  • Assistant Lodge Manager

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    If you enjoy meeting new people, working in a leadership role all with a serene view in beautiful Alaska then this may be the job for you. Orca Point Lodge is a tour venue that serves a salmon buffet to guests arriving aboard our whale-watch tour vessels. The Lodge Lead position requires the ability to work under the direct supervision of the Lodge Manager specifically to implement the Allen Family Operational Plan.

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  • Captain

    Vessel Crew
    Juneau
    Requires a USCG Master's License 100GT 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 mechanics, waterjet propulsion, and marine electrical systems. Must be an excellent crew manager with ability to build team and maintain crew morale. A safety-focused mindset and dedication to providing a quality experience for our guests are mandatory.

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  • Daily Operations Supervisor

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    Daily Operations Supervisor

    Allen Marine Tours, Juneau Division

    Under the direction of the Port Captain, this position falls under the Shoreside category and will be based at our main facility in Auke Bay.

    Salary

    Starting $20.00 hourly, DOE

    Employment type

    Full Time. Entry level.

    Skills

    This position demands excellent spoken and written communication abilities, with a high organizational aptitude.

    Ability to coordinate between other off-site teams and prioritize tasks.

    Ability to multi-task and make decisions quickly. Candidate must possess the excellent critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.

    Candidate must maintain professionalism in high stress situations. 

    High levels of adaptability are mandatory for success in this position.

    Tourism or supervisory experience preferred.

    Description

    The selected candidate will work alongside the Operations Team and be directly responsible for coordinating vessel placements, supervising the seasonal dispatch team, and directing tour dispatches. 

    During the off season, this candidate will work with the Sales and Service Team to coordinate and finalize the upcoming season schedule, liaison with transportation companies, and attend any city planning meetings that would influence coach routes. The candidate will proactively plan for the upcoming season, as well as develop new tools for streamlining the dispatch process.

    During the summer season, this position will have Non-Emergency Operational Authority over vessels should an Operations Manager be off-site.  The candidate must be willing to work a flexible schedule including overtime, evenings, weekends, and holidays. In the off-season this will be a regular full-time position.

    Other duties as assigned. Full job description available at time of interview.

    Benefits

    Allen Marine believes in internal education and opportunities. Employees who are dedicated and show aptitude earn increased responsibilities, benefits, and opportunities for advancement.

    401k and Health Insurance are available after an introductory period. 

    Allen Marine also offers a performance bonus, sick leave, and complimentary passes for our tours.

    Only candidates legally authorized to work in the United States will be considered.

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  • Diesel Mechanic

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    Mechanic performs skilled work in the maintenance and repair of marine engines, marine machinery, and related equipment.  The objective is to effectively diagnose engine problems in a timely manner and coordinate repairs with the company engineering staff.  The Mechanic will be directly responsible for performing repairs and engine overhauls in accordance with technical manuals and company policies.  This is a non-supervisory role but will have the assistance of shoreside engineers and vessel oilers. 

     

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  • Guest Service Crew Member

    Vessel Crew
    Juneau
    The Guest Service crew member hosts our guests while aboard. You will enjoy engaging with guests, preparing food and beverage service, operating our Point of Sale system, participating in our retail program (which focuses on locally made gifts and goods), and keeping the vessel clean and inviting. The Guest Service crew member is an ambassador of True Alaskan Hospitality; you will provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere to our international visitors, on a wide variety of tours. Other duties as assigned. 

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  • Human Resources Specialist

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    Proven self-starter who is committed to recruiting exceptional individuals for all ship and shore positions for this local Alaskan excursion company. Individual must be dedicated to creating a diverse, inclusive and exciting workplace where team members, seasonal and full time, are fully engaged with our guests and with each other. Individual will need to spend significant time on tour aboard our vessels to fully understand all aspects of our maritime operations. Individual must be versatile and adaptable as events and schedules are subject to change. This position reports to the Juneau Management team and liaisons with the Sitka Corporate team. NOTE: Position does not include administration of Benefits and Compensation programs.

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  • Lodge Bar & Retail Service

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Orca Point Lodge is a tour venue located on a beautiful remote island in Southeast Alaska. Our lodge serves a locally-caught salmon buffet to guests arriving aboard our whale-watch tour vessels and occasional chartered events. All crew members pull inventory and supplies every morning in Auke Bay and are transported by vessel to the island and return each evening. The crew member will sell retail and alcohol items to guest and work with a team to provide a quality, locally-caught meal and always maintain an impeccably clean lodge for a five-star tour experience for each guest.  Employees must be 21 years of age.  This is a shore-based position.

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  • Lodge Crew: Complete Retail

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Gift shop employees are responsible for creating outstanding retail presentations. We carry a variety of locally made products, including jewelry, food, candies, salves and quality apparel. Gift shop employees make the experience of shopping fun and engaging for our guests. Some of our sales techniques include sampling, story telling and making suggestions. This position is mainly guest-facing. Must love talking to people. Bonus if you love shopping! You will also be required to maintain a clean workspace and assist your team in keeping the lodge tour-ready throughout the day. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position. 

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  • Lodge Dishwasher

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Wash dishes, and keep washroom clean and organized

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  • Lodge Grill Master

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Our Griller prepares and grills chicken strips and locally harvested Coho salmon. Though the recipe is simple, learning to grill the best fillet is an art that takes time to perfect. You will be teamed up with an expert Griller who will help train you on the job. Here you will also act as a greeter to guests as they pass the grill area on their way into Orca Point Lodge. You will us a Traeger grill to create perfect Alaskan treats. If you like grilling, and you enjoy meeting people, this is the ideal place for you. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position. 

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  • Lodge Kitchen Crew

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Kitchen crew works in a professional-grade kitchen, preparing items for our buffet-style meal. This is not a guest-facing position. You will prepare locally harvested Coho salmon, coleslaw salad, grilled vegetables, seasoned rice and brownie desserts. The menu is set, and does not change. Some experience in a professional kitchen is helpful, but not required. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position.

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  • Lodge Manager

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Under the supervision of the Division Manager with direct oversight by Operations Manager or Retail Manager, this position is responsible for the entire scope of operations at our private lodge on Colt Island. This day lodge is a tour venue that serves a salmon buffet to guests arriving aboard our whale-watch tour vessels and a seafood buffet to guests arriving via our overnight cruise vessels. This position requires the ability to work independently while facilitating the overall plan dictated by the Allen Family. Duties will be performed under company guidelines and according to established procedures and protocols.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    1. Oversee training, scheduling and supervision of entire staff including kitchen/bar and gift shop crew; leads for site, grounds and touch tank.
    2. Monitor quality and efficiency of tour operation and review crew performance on weekly basis; report audits to corporate.
    3. Conduct daily pre-service and post service meetings with crew; maintain morale and execute company programs of progressive discipline and problem resolution.
    4. Document all personnel issues and route copies to corporate human resource team in Sitka.
    5. Advise and monitor boat crews when arrive with guests to delegate specific duties while on site at lodge.
    6. Order and manage all provisions and inventory for lodge; arrange for daily transport along with lodge crew from Auke Bay facility to Colt Island location by vessel.
    7. Conduct regular inventory of all storage areas both on/off site to insure adequate supplies of perishable and non-perishable foods; keep areas clean and orderly.
    8. Oversee maintenance of all on site equipment including but not limited to propane refrigerators, stoves, grills etc; along with docks and grounds.
    9. Keep all permits and certificates current.
    10. Work closely with Retail Manager to organize space and merchandise all locally made products in lodge gift shop.
    11. Maintain a constructive relationship with Administrative Coordinator regarding point of sale electronic devices, retail sales and daily reconciliations.
    12. Interact professionally with entire shore management team, vessel crew members, and various vendors.
    13. Prioritize, identify and coordinate projects to be completed during the winter months. Prepare work orders and provide updates/reports to corporate.
    14. Provide assistance to crew to enhance guest experience including performing excellent service recovery when necessary.
    15. Seek and initiate methods to improve Allen Marine’s profitability at this venue.
    16. Other duties as needed.

      Qualifications/Experience

      1. Minimum two years’ management experience in restaurant, tourism or hospitality industry
      2. Maintain current TAPS, Alaska Food Handlers and CPR/FA certifications.
      3. Computer literate with Excel & Microsoft Word.
      4. Ability to work unsupervised while demonstrating leadership skills in a team environment.
      5. Excellent communication skills and a team-player attitude.
      6. Ability to anticipate operational needs and provide timely solutions.
      7. Present a professional and friendly attitude to guests and crew at all times.
      8. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
      9. Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is company policy).
      10. Must be able to lift and move objects up to 50 pounds.
      11. Must be able to work varied and long hours including weekends/holidays; be flexible in meeting tour times and tour demands.
      12. Must be honest, courteous and reliable and maintain clean, well-groomed appearance.

    Pay
    DOE. This is a fulltime position with performance bonus, sick leave, complimentary passes on our tours for yourself, family and friends, along with other benefits.

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  • Lodge Naturalist/Groundskeeper Assistant

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    Orca Point Lodge is a tour venue located on a beautiful remote island in Southeast Alaska. Our lodge serves a locally-caught salmon buffet to guests arriving aboard our whale-watch tour vessels. All crew members pull inventory and supplies every morning in Auke Bay and are transported by vessel to the island and return each evening. All crew required to maintain the Lodge in a clean and orderly manner. The Naturalist and Groundskeeper Assistant will interact with groups of up to 140 guests to provide information about the local marine life, plants and natural history of Southeast Alaska. The crew member will work with a team to provide a quality, locally-caught meal and always maintain an impeccably clean lodge for a five-star tour experience for each guest.  Requires public speaking ability.  A Biology and/or natural history background is helpful. Employees must be 18 years of age. This is a shore-based position.

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  • Lodge Service Crew

    Orca Point Lodge
    Juneau

    All lodge positions start the day loading a 48' catamaran with supplies for the tours and taking a 30-minute peaceful boat ride to Colt Island. At the lodge we unload our supplies and prepare for the day's seatings.  After each group, the whole crew will prepare for the next tour. The work at the lodge is easy to learn, and after the first day you will be sufficiently trained. The fun of the job is in meeting and conversing with our guests who come from all over the world and, judging by their comments, thoroughly enjoy their time spent with us and our beautiful isolated island. When the day tours are over, we re-load our catamaran and enjoy another quiet boat ride back to the dock. The work is made even more enjoyable by the camaraderie shared between our crew members. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position. 

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  • Naturalist/Narrator

    Vessel Crew
    Juneau

    Preference given to applicants with full season availability (4/20-10/6).

    As an interpretive Naturalist with Allen Marine, your goal is to help our guests create a connection with the surrounding wilds of Alaska. Wildlife, fisheries, botany, geology, forestry, glaciology, oceanography, history and current events are all subjects that an effective Naturalist can communicate to a diverse audience. Our Naturalists craft the tour narration around what is being seen on each tour, and the unique group of guests on each tour. As the face and voice of the tour, you'll spend most of your day interacting with guests on and off the microphone; answering questions one-on-one, assisting with galley service, and participating in our retail program which focuses on locally made gifts and goods. Although providing the tour narration is a large part of the job, our Naturalists are also deckhands; you'll be out on deck tying lines, assisting in the daily operations of the vessel, and maintaining the highest standards of safety and cleanliness. Other duties as assigned. 

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  • Operations Specialist

    Shore Support
    Juneau
    Oversee and coordinate all traffic onto and off of our private whale watching dock; this includes vehicles, vessels and foot traffic. Primary communication occurs via radio and phones, though email and in-person communication are also involved. Dispatchers update passenger counts and modify vessel tour schedules as needed with the direction and guidance of the Port Captain. You will also make changes to crew schedules and assigned relief crew as needed, with management direction. Dispatchers also meet and greet passengers as they arrive at our facility and direct safe movement between coaches and vessels. Some administrative and clerical work is also involved in this position, including sending daily reports and distributing incident reports. Full and part-time available. Other duties as assigned. This is a shore-based position

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  • Vessel Engineer

    Shore Support
    Juneau

    Allen Marine Tours Inc.  (Juneau)

    Job Profile – Vessel Engineer

    Under the direction of the Port Engineer this position is responsible for performing scheduled maintenance, assisting on major engine repairs, and other maintenance duties as needed on our fleet of vessels.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Perform main engine and vessel systems repair per engine service manual
      • Valve adjustments
      • Vessel steering and control repair and maintenance
      • Vessel jet repairs and maintenance
      • Vessel auxiliary systems repair and maintenance
      • Other engine and generator repairs
    • Be able to work unsupervised as well as follow specific directions
    • Work safely in a fast-paced environment and follow all safety policies
    • Be able to communicate effectively with fellow employees
    • Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. spare parts, lube oil and fuel level, filters, tools, etc.)
    • Communicate problems to Deckhand and Port Engineer or Port Captain
    • Assist mechanic with engine and vessel repairs
    • Provide facility and vehicle maintenance as directed
    • Assist with shipping and receiving of inventory
    • Keep vessels, dock and shop areas clean and free from hazards to maintain a safe  working environment
    • Be flexible and prioritize daily work activities
    • Provide relief deckhand duties onboard vessels

     

    Qualifications/Experience

    • Applicant should be able to properly pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties
    • Some travel may be required
    • Be comfortable working around diesel engines
    • Possess mechanical aptitude, experience and knowledge
    • Must be self-motivated and able to work unsupervised
    • Must be able to work varied shifts, weekends and holidays
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required)
    • Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption

    Pay

    DOE, starting $20/hour.

    Preference will be given to candidates who commit to working through the end of the season without interruption. 

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  • Vessel Oiler/ Maintenance Assistant

    Shore Support
    Juneau
    Our vessel oilers are responsible for the scheduled maintenance and upkeep of the fleet. This includes monthly duties such as replacing belts, greasing drivelines, and replacing zincs. Scheduled maintenance includes oil changes and other vessel maintenance as needed. The vessel oilers work alongside mechanics and vessel engineers to assist as needed with more complex vessel repairs. The oilers will report directly to the Port Engineer. As needed, the oilers also serve as relief deckhands, assist with topside barge maintenance, and perform dock repairs. Vessel oilers must be able to keep basic records, perform their assignments with minimal supervision, adhere to strict safety protocols, and work in a customer service aspect if needed. This is a seasonal position with the opportunity for advancement at the discretion of the company’s management team. 

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  • Port Engineer

    Shore Support
    Ketchikan

    Requires extensive mechanical experience with diesel engines, preferably in the maritime industry. Must be able to diagnose systems and make repairs on short notice to keep fleet of day tour vessels in service. Needs to be self-directed but able to work effectively with team of Captains/Deckhands.

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  • Supply Coordinator

    Shore Support
    Ketchikan
    Manage tour and retail supply inventory for fleet of vessels.  Schedule and monitor vendor deliveries; receive and stock goods.  Manage retail cash/check/credit card receipts for each vessel and balance at end of tour day.  Track use of supplies, keep accurate  records and prepare periodic reports.  Must have previous experience with inventory control including ordering, tracking, and stocking and displaying of supplies and merchandise. Must be able to work in assorted locations, either dock, storage facility, vessels and/or main office.  Need a valid driver's license and good driving record.  This is a shore-based position.

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  • *Fin Island Lodge Service Crew*

    Shore Support
    Sitka

    Fin Island Lodge is a tour venue located on a beautiful remote island in Southeast Alaska. We serve a buffet of locally caught salmon, King Crab and Prime Rib to guests arriving aboard our whale-watching tour vessels and occasional chartered events. All crew members pull inventory and supplies every morning and are transported by vessel to and from the island daily. The crew member will work with a team to provide a quality meal and maintain an impeccably clean lodge to provide a five-star tour experience for each guest.  Employees must be 21 years of age. This is a shore-based position.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Present a professional and friendly attitude at all times while on duty.
    • Move inventory, food, and supplies from storage area to lodge.
    • Set-up lodge dining room and buffet line for each tour.
    • Serve food and drinks to guests.
    • Wash and sanitize tables, vacuum carpet, wash windows and clean restrooms between tours.
    • Be in continual compliance with food health and safety regulations and guidelines.
    • Assist other crew in areas such as food prep, bar, retail and maintaining lodge appearance, cleanliness, sanitation, and safety.
    • Enhance experience for guests by answering questions and assisting guests with specific problems/requests.
    • Perform other duties as assigned under the supervision of Manager.

    Qualifications/Experience

    • Must be at least 21 years of age.
    • Prefer experience in food service.
    • Public speaking experience helpful.
    • Must be able to maintain a professional attitude toward guests and coworkers.
    • Must be able to greet and interact with guests in a friendly and personable manner.
    • Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide a quality experience for guests.
    • Must have current certifications for Alaska Training for Alcohol Professionals (TAP), Alaska Food Handlers and CPR/First Aid.
    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required).
    • Must be able to work long and varied shift hours, including weekends, holidays and rotating days off. Must be flexible in meeting the schedule of tour demands.
    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, punctual and reliable.
    • Uniform jackets and hats are provided.

    Pay

    DOE. Limited benefits. This is a full-time seasonal position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who can work the entire season without interruption. A bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

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  • *Naturalist*

    Vessel Crew
    Sitka

    Requires public speaking ability and experience using PA systems.  Develop tour narrative and conduct natural history presentations for groups of up to 100 passengers.  Assist passengers boarding and disembarking; provide safety and emergency orientation; and work as a team member to distribute snacks and maintain impeccably clean vessel at all times.  Biology and natural history background helpful.

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  • Assistant Supply Coordinator

    Shore Support
    Sitka

     

    Manage tour and retail supply inventory for fleet of vessels.  Schedule and monitor vendor deliveries; receive and stock goods.  Manage retail cash/check/credit card receipts for each vessel and balance at end of tour day.  Track use of supplies, keep accurate  records and prepare periodic reports.  Must have previous experience with inventory control including ordering, tracking, and stocking of supplies and merchandise. Must be able to work in assorted locations, either dock, storage facility, vessels and/or main office.  Requires a valid driver's license and good driving record.  This is a shore-based position.

     

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  • Captain

    Vessel Crew
    Sitka
    Requires a USCG Master's License 50GT 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 mechanics, waterjet propulsion, and marine electrical systems. Must be able to build team and maintain crew moral to provide a quality experience for our guests.

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  • Deckhand

    Vessel Crew
    Sitka
    Requires basic seamanship skills.  Mechanical aptitude necessary and experience with diesel engines preferred.  Assist Captain to monitor all vessel systems, keep all vessel spaces impeccably clean and maintain accurate daily logs. Insure passenger safety while underway as well as work with other crew to perform customer service duties to provide a quality experience for our guests. 

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  • Fin Island Lodge Bar & Retail Service

    Shore Support
    Sitka

    Fin Island is a tour venue located on a beautiful remote island in Southeast Alaska. Fin Island serves a buffet of locally caught salmon, King Crab and Prime Rib to guests arriving aboard our whale-watch tour vessels and occasional chartered events. All crew members pull inventory and supplies every morning and are transported by vessel to the island and return each evening. The crew member will sell retail and alcohol items to guests, work with a team to provide a quality meal and always maintain an impeccably clean lodge to provide a five-star tour experience for each guest.  Employees must be 21 years of age. This is a shore-based position.

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Present a professional and friendly attitude at all times on duty.
    • Move inventory, food, supplies from storage area to Fin Island.
    • Receive, price, organize and display retail and alcohol inventory.
    • Prepare coffee, tea and Iced tea for guests.
    • Ring up retail and alcohol sales.
    • Prepare daily cash reconciliation, retail sales and alcohol sales reports.
    • Be in continual compliance with food health and safety regulations and guidelines.
    • Assist other crew in areas such as food prep, bussing, cleaning of building and maintaining lodge appearance, cleanliness, sanitation, and safety.
    • Enhance experience for guests by answering questions and assisting guests with specific problems/requests.
    • Perform other duties as assigned under the supervision of Manager.

    Qualifications/Experience

    • Must be at least 21 years of age.
    • Prefer experience in food service, bar-tending and/or retail.
    • Public speaking experience helpful.
    • Must be able to maintain a professional attitude toward guests and coworkers.
    • Must be able to greet and interact with guests in a friendly and personable manner.
    • Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide a quality experience for guests.
    • Must have current certifications for Alaska Training for Alcohol Professionals (TAP), Alaska Food Handlers and CPR/First Aid.
    • Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required.
    • Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required).
    • Must be able to work long and varied shift hours, including weekends, holidays and rotating days off. Must be flexible in meeting the schedule of tour demands.
    • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, punctual and, reliable.
    • Uniform jackets and hats are provided.

    Pay

    DOE. Limited benefits. This is a full-time seasonal position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who can work the entire season without interruption. A bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

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  • Fin Island Lodge Staff

    Shore Support
    Sitka

    POSITION SUMMARY

    Join our crew at the newly constructed exclusive Fin Island Lodge. Staff will prepare for up to 60 guests to step foot on remote Fin Island to enjoy a feast of Alaskan King Crab, Alaskan Salmon, and prime rib. This setting provides guests with a more intimate experience with an escape from town to a quiet island getaway. We are looking for unique individuals who can help make this summer memorable. 

     

     

     

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Present a professional and friendly attitude at all times on duty.
    • Move inventory from Sitka storage area to Fin Island Lodge.
    • Prepare coffee, ice tea and lemonade. Set up lodge with silverware and condiments.
    • Serve salmon, king crab, and prime rib or drinks to guests.
    • Wash & sanitize tables, vacuum carpet, wash windows and clean restrooms.
    • Haul trash to Sitka.
    • Provide assistance to other crew to enhance cruise experience for passengers, including answering questions and helping passengers with specific problems/requests.
    • Other duties, as needed, under supervision of Manager.

    Qualifications/Experience
    • Must be at least 18 years old.
    • Prefer experience in food service.
    • Must pass the State of Alaska Food Handlers test.
    • Must be able to maintain a professional, friendly attitude toward customers.
    • Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide a quality experience for customers.
    • 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, and most important, reliable.
    • Uniform jackets and hats are provided.

    Pay
    DOE. Limited benefits. This is a full time seasonal position from mid-April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who can work the entire season without interruption. A bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.

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  • Guest Service

    Vessel Crew
    Sitka

     

    Interact with passengers by answering questions and helping with specific problems or requests.  Operate galley which includes food preparation, snack service, and the sale of retail items.  Must practice basic seamanship and provide for passenger safety while underway.  Maintain impeccably clean vessel at all times.  Must be able to work as a team member and be comfortable interacting with guests.

     

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  • Tour Representative

    Shore Support
    Sitka

    Direct and assist guests while dispatching Allen Marine tour vessels.  Act as company liaison to ship staff and assist with sales and logistics.  Collect tickets and conduct end-of-day settlements.  Assist with periodic reports and distribution of marketing materials.  Present a professional and friendly attitude at all times (no matter how cold, wet and tired you get) and be able to answer an infinite variety of questions.  Must be able to stand for long periods of time; walk up to 3 miles per day; be able to complete tasks with minimal supervision and have excellent math skills.  Must be able to work as a team member and be comfortable interacting with strangers.  This is a shore-based position.

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  • Tour Representative

    Vessel Crew
    Sitka

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in Allen Marine Tours! 

Please apply online via the apply now link.

If you have questions, please click on the following link for direct contact information to each of our locations, http://www.allenmarinetours.com/contact/employment.html.


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