Live in the land of the Midnight Sun!
Premier Alaska Tours (PAT) is an Alaska based land tour operator owned and operated by a team of intriguing Alaskans who love their hobby of providing guests with dynamic tour packages. Because we believe the best tour products are delivered with passion, we seek employees who love Alaska as much as we do.
Anchorage, Fairbanks, Seward - Alaska - and across the state with Rail and Motorcoaches
About Premier Alaska Tours
Be part of a group that focuses on providing unique Alaska experiences in a very authentic fashion. Whether you seek to drive one of our 100 luxury motorcoaches, lead an exclusive tour across Alaska and the Yukon, work aboard a deluxe dome rail car, live in Denali National Park, or stay close to home in Anchorage or Fairbanks, PAT has something for you! Working for PAT, you will quickly learn that a great Alaska land tour combines the usual with the unusual.
Diligence, enthusiasm, and commitment and are all qualities that make a PAT employee successful. While some positions vary in length, all candidates must be available to work from May to September.
Room and Board
All employees hired for a position based in Anchorage and Fairbanks are responsible for their own housing. Roles involving travel include: Tour Director, Tour Motorcoach Driver and Onboard Rail positions. Guest Service Representatives based in Denali National Park have Room and Board provided.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Out-of-state employees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Alaska. Anchorage and Fairbanks can be navigated relatively easily. Public transportation is available throughout each city. Employees based in Anchorage have found that bicycling is an effective means of transportation if you do not have a car. Anchorage has an extensive bike trail system that can get you anywhere in the city. Grocery stores, malls, and post offices are all easily accessible by public transportation and bike trails.
While PAT employees work hard, they also know how to play hard. Working in the tourism industry definitely has its perks. During days off, employees take advantage of some Alaskan adventures, such as hiking, whitewater rafting, flightseeing around North America's highest peak, or kayaking in Prince William Sound. Alaska is a land of mystery and is spectacular during any season.