Seward Hospitality Group manages independently owned restaurants and hotels in Seward, Alaska. Seward Hospitality Group is founded and managed by a 3rd generation Alaskan. The conglomerate of small businesses managed are primarily seasonal in nature, catering to the tourist industry, and include fast casual restaurants, full service restaurants, and a variety of nightly accommodations.
Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. Experience trophy sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking, flight seeing, summer dog sled rides, and more.
About Seward Hospitality Group
All of our businesses are located in Seward, Alaska, home of the iditarod dog sled race.
Kenai Fjords National Park, famous for its accessible glaciers and Harding Ice Field, is headquartered here.
The Alaska Sealife Center is also located in Seward and is among the nicest aquariums you'll ever visit!
The Employee Experience
Each business is operated as a team effort. Staff are expected to help each other, and reliability, honesty, and work ethic are highly valued.
Ideal candidate shows up ready for work as scheduled, learns quickly, performs efficiently, handles stress eloquently, is willing to work extra hours as needed, and generously helps co-workers.
Room and Board
Housing is available, if needed. Housing is difficult to find during summer in Seward, and we offer what we can.
Housing styles vary from 1) men/women only to coed, 2) bunkhouse, dorm style, or studio apartment.
All are minimally furnished. Utilities are included. Rent varies, depending upon unit, from $200/person/month to $450/person/month plus a $50 refundable deposit.. The deposit will be returned at the end of the season if the room in clean and damage free and linens/towels are returned in favorable condition.
Employees receive meal discounts from participating restaurants. Employees are also eligible for an end of season bonus if they fulfill their contracts.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Seward is on the road system, just a two hour drive south of Anchorage. Several airlines fly into Anchorage daily, and the Seward Bus Line has a daily route between Anchorage and Seward. The Alaska Railroad also runs a passenger train between Anchorage and Seward from May until September. A person can also drive from the lower 48 to Seward via the Alcan highway.
Once in Seward, it's easy to get around town on your feet, as town is only 2 miles long. Bicycling is also a common form of transportation, but if the exercise doesn't suit you, there are several taxi companies and a free local shuttle bus.
Seward is great place if you love the great outdoors! Hiking, kayaking, fishing, and wildlife viewing are all out your front door in Seward!
How to Apply
Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the type of position you are seeking and your dates of availability.