Juneau's Adventure Tour Company Specializing in Glacier Guiding, Canoe and Brewery Tours
Liquid Alaska Tours is an equal-opportunity employer that operates guided excursions from May through September. We are looking for highly motivated adventure-seeking individuals to have the time of their lives in Alaska!
About Liquid Alaska Tours
Liquid Alaska Tours is an adventure travel company headquartered in Juneau, Alaska. We are dedicated to providing high-end Alaskan experiences that showcase our unique landscape, culture, and untamed spirit. Founded in 2009, our dream became our mission: to provide visitors of the Last Frontier with unforgettable and unparalleled vacation experiences.
We are a small, locally owned and operated company. We strive to be the best in every way; for our guests, our team, our environment, our community, our world.
The Employee Experience
Want to spend the summer hiking on a glacier every day? Or how about canoeing across a glacier-fed lake in the middle of the Tongass National Forest surrounded by mountains and wildlife? With Liquid Alaska Tours, this could be your life!
Guiding in Alaska is an experience in itself and what you do in your free time just is all an extra added bonus! Juneau has roughly around 30,000 people and three times the amount of hiking trails than it does roads. It is an outdoor enthusiasts dream, tucked away in a remote corner of Southeast Alaska where the mountains and glaciers meet the Pacific Ocean. Our employees spend their time exploring nature for both work and play, all summer long. Peek summer daylight is in excess 18 hours a day, so even with a full work day there is always ample time for non-work adventures. We do our best to make sure all employees have a great work/life balance, but remember this is a seasonal job that can be intense. So being flexible and always up for an adventure whether it is for work or play is a must!
If you're seeking an exciting, challenging, demanding and rewarding environment, then working with us is a perfect match.
No matter what your position with Liquid Alaska Tours, first and foremost, we are looking for the right personality. The right candidate will be respectful, adventurous, reliable, honest, hardworking, punctual, independent and goal driven. They will also possess these key elements:
The desire to give the guests the experience of a lifetime.
The ability to work in a flexible environment with an ever-changing work schedule.
View safety and guests needs as a number one priority.
The desire to become proficient in Alaska’s history and culture; and be able to effectively and efficiently portray that information to our guests.
For Canoe and Glacier guides:
Must be a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) or an EMT (not required for interview, but must be certified for the first day of employment).
Guiding experience preferred, but not required.
The ability to effectively learn canoe techniques as well as glacier guiding techniques.
We recruit the best people, pay the best wages, and provide our staff with the best equipment. It's that simple!
Room and Board
Finding a place to stay in Juneau can be as easy as pie or as tough as nails, therefore we do everything we can to make the transition to living in Alaska as easy as possible.
This is why we offer employee housing. Therefore, you are able to arrive without worrying about having a place to stay or a bed to sleep in. Liquid Alaska employees have the choice to take advantage of our employee housing or the choice to go out and find their own. No matter what the situation, we are here to help. Your house is your home and we do are best to make sure our employees are comfortable.
Working with Liquid Alaska Tours allows you to take advantage of perks such as:
- Top wages in the industry.
- Certified training with ongoing training throughout the season.
- Reduced rate or free excursions with other local tour companies including whale watching, helicopters tours, dog sled tours, float planes, etc.
- Housing assistance.
- Team company parties and adventure outings along with community events.
- An environment where our team becomes our summer family.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Juneau is surrounded by the ocean and mountains, landlocked as a result. You can fly in to our international airport (multiple daily flights with Alaska Airlines or Delta Airlines) or use the Alaska Marine Highway ferry service. We will help coordinate pickups from the airport upon your arrival. The city itself has one major road that is 45 miles long with a regular public bus system and a compact, walkable downtown.
A vehicle is not a necessity but makes exploring the area much easier. You can either bring your own car via the ferry (departing from Bellingham, WA; Prince Rupert, CA; or Skagway, AK) or purchase a cheap car for the summer (this is very common). Bicycles are also a good solution, just be sure to have waterproof gear!
Mountains, Ocean, Ice Caves, Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Climbing, Beach Fires, Tours, Photography, Northern Lights, Canoeing, and soooooo much more. With up to 18 hours of daylight during the summer, opportunities are endless. Juneau is also SE Alaska’s largest city, therefore it has pretty much everything you would need along with lots of different weekend festivals, weekly markets, and activities. There is even two movie theaters and a bowling alley!
How to Apply
Please apply online via our online application form. We look forward to hearing from you!