Our season runs from mid/late May to the end of September. Our available opportunities include:
High end fishing lodge and outdoor adventure travel resort looking for prep cook. Duties include Chopping vegetables, cutting and grinding meats, prepping meal plates, proper storage of food. Good organizational skills, ability to work efficiently in a timely manner in a fast paced environment. Cleanliness is a must. Fun and friendly staff. Position is six days a week with opportunities to participate in our various guided activities on your day off like, fishing, hiking, kayaking to name a few. We are a drug workplace. Salary is DOE. Meals and lodging are provided..View Job Description
High end fishing lodge and outdoor adventure travel resort looking for AM Breakfast Cook. Must be a morning person, self-starter, take great pride in work, have a good positive attitude, able to work in a fast-paced environment, organization and cleanliness is a must in this position. Not a lot of experience necessary as you will have great team support. The morning starts at 3:30 AM as clients eat breakfast at 5:00 AM. Shift ends mid-morning allowing time for afternoon adventuring.
This position is 6 days a week with opportunities to participate in our guided activities on your day off like fishing, hiking, kayaking to name a few. We are a drug-free workplace. The salary is DOE. Meals and lodging included.View Job Description
The Server position focuses on meal service for clients in the main lodge. Meals are lunch and dinner and are meals are not "to order" but a single salad, appetizer and dinner/dessert for all guests (with a few exceptions). The position will work directly with the Dining Room manager to provide fantastic service for our guests. Plenty of time to get to know clients and to really enjoy the resort environment.
Server hours are typically around 9:00 am until after dinner. Additional information provided during the interview process.View Job Description
Great opportunity as a multi-activity adventure, wildlife and nature guide with our fun-loving team. Extensive wilderness experience, a love of people, great communication skills and strong customer service skills make for a successful applicant.
Our adventure guides are at the heart of our program. Applicants need be self-starters who have a true love of nature with great people skills and a background of a range of activities, like mountain biking, rafting, fishing, hiking, climbing, rappelling, trekking, sailing, spelunking (and much more). A lover of nature, people and Alaska are most often the best fit. Like all guide positions, the schedule is flexible, hours are long and daily activities are amazing. We provide a 2-week extensive training program. Must be able to start May 15.
Wilderness first responders or backcountry first aid are preferred but not required. Season mid-May to early Sept. Must be able to pass a background check!View Job Description
Great Alaska’s sport fishing guide team is second to none. Freshwater and saltwater positions available, both USCG licensed and not. Excellent training, weekly guide meetings, a supportive and a team-first atmosphere help us create the best guides in Alaska.
This position includes Room and Board. Kenai guides are required to complete the Kenai River Guide Academy course (course must be scheduled by Nov. 1 each year) 1st aid training required. Salmon and Steelhead experience preferred but not a requirement.
Pay ranges based on experience and training.View Job Description
One of the really unique positions at Great Alaska. We fish 2 saltwater locations and the deckhands do both the driving from the lodge to the marina (or Launch point) as well as being the primary person working for the deck when fishing. You'll work with the Captain to keep a safe environment for our clients.
This position requires plenty of hard work experience as it's a physical job that requires the deckhand to be physically strong. It can be done by a man or a woman. It also provides the incredible opportunity to be offshore in Alaska catching fish and seeing wildlife on a daily basis.
The position includes a monthly salary, gratuities and room/board at the main lodge in Sterling. Days spent working on the deck searching for fish in the incredible marine environment of Kenai Fjords National Park and Cook Inlet. A Great Alaska deckhand can be described as having great people skills, a true love of fish and fishing, and being a durable consistent worker who anticipates his captain. Heavy loads, sharp hooks and sharp tongues (just kidding our captains are awesome!) and sometimes inexperienced fishermen are all in a day's work an offshore deckhand.View Job Description
High end fishing lodge and outdoor adventure travel resort looking for housekeepers. Cleaning and laundry- no experience required. Efficient and organized. Work with a fun positive staff and environment. A great opportunity to be in Alaska. The position is 6 days a week with your days off to participate in our activities like fishing, hiking, kayaking, Kenai Fjords to see lots of marine life to name a few. Fishing, paddle boarding and kayaking right in front of our lodge. We are a drug-free workplace. The salary is DOE. Meals and lodging included.View Job Description
Fishing or adventure enthusiasts looking for entry-level work focusing on client and boat shuttles, landscaping, maintenance all other operational duties. This is the "foot in the door" that many guides have used to learn the industry and experience Alaska for the first time.View Job Description
Office assistant position works in our riverfront office, helping arriving and departing clients check in and check out, answering phones, assisting clients with logistics, etc. Microsoft Office suite skill required, plus ability to learn new systems quickly. Excellent customer service skill req'dView Job Description
Bear Viewing Guide at our incredible fly in Camp is a unique opportunity for someone with extensive wilderness experience, wildlife type biology or a guiding background, and top-notch people skills. Our camp, near Cook Inlet in the Alaskan wilderness, is a one of kind place for lovers of nature and animals (staff and clients like). Wilderness first responder or other first aid training preferred. Easy demeanor and excellent customer service skills required.
Staff accommodations in hi-tech, weather-port tents. Our camp is sustainably based, utilizing composting toilets a solar power grid and eco - showers. We are located on an incredible original homestead (just like our main lodge). Bear viewing Guide days off are scheduled (but routinely move due to weather or other factors) and during time off, you'll have housing and 3 meals per day at the main camp with the other main lodge staff.
Our bear guides love bears, and they share that love with our guests from around the globe. Successful applicants are self-starters who have a true love of nature and great people skills, and come from a background of activities, like mountain biking, rafting, fishing, cultural touring, hiking, climbing, rappelling, trekking, sailing, and wildlife viewing). Like all guide positions, the schedule is flexible, the hours are long and the daily activities are amazing. Meals and lodging included along with a monthly salary, and our season runs from mid-May through the end of August/early September.
Wilderness first responders or backcountry first aid are preferred. Season mid May to early Sept.View Job Description
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