Great Jobs at Great Alaska

Great Jobs at Great Alaska

Great Jobs at Great Alaska

Great Jobs at Great Alaska

Great Jobs at Great Alaska

Working at Great Alaska Adventures

Great Alaska Adventures is one of the oldest, most respected sports fishing and adventure travel lodges in the state, and our greatest strength is our experienced, committed staff whose emphasis is to provide the trip of a lifetime for our guests. If you are looking for Alaska resort work or a chance at guiding in Alaska, this may be it. If your experience and passion is in sports fishing, the culinary arts, wildlife viewing and nature experiences or maintenance and operations, and if you have a "can do" attitude, a great work ethic and enjoy people, then we encourage you to contact us.

That being said, Alaska resort work in Alaska is not for everyone! We would encourage all applicants to consider that the work is challenging, and the long hours combine with our remoteness to create a work environment best suited for those who do not "punch a clock"! However, if you love the wilderness and wildlife, enjoy working with a wide range of people and dream of Alaska, and believe you have the right stuff, this may just be the best job you ever have.

Alaska Fishing Guide Jobs

All 1st-year guides undergo extensive pre-season training, and training program continues on for the life of your time with Great Alaska. Even our 10 and 20-year veterans (yes, we have multiple 10 and 20 year Great Alaska veterans!) continue to train and learn from every day on the water. Weekly guide meetings, management support, and thorough licensing support is all part of the program.

Alaska Fishing Guide Jobs Available Positions

Alaska Adventure Guide Jobs

Our adventure guides, with our BearCamp guides form the basis of or non fishing activities. Guides are responsible, have a great work ethic, are experienced in kayaking, hiking, mt. biking, rafting, camping, fishing and other outdoor pursuits.

Alaska Adventure Guide Jobs Available Positions

BearCamp Jobs

Great Alaska operates Alaska BearCamp - a Brown Bear Viewing remote camp in Lake Clark National Park. All staff must be able to spend long periods of time in a remote location. Guides must have a great deal of outdoors experience and be very self-reliant and physically fit. Cooking skills required, and people skills a must. Wilderness First Responder certification a big plus, basic first aid and CPR required for all hires. Background check required.

BearCamp Jobs Available Positions

Office Positions

Office staff positions concentrates on daily lodge logistics, phone based customer service, lead recognition along with some sales and marketing. Rock Solid computer experience essential, knowledge of basic Microsoft© office software a plus and ability to learn new programs quickly a must. Must be organized, comfortable on the phone and be detail-oriented, as well as a "people person". All office staff must be excellent on the phone and in person with the general public.

Office Positions Available Positions

Hospitality Positions

Great Alaska hires Culinary, Lodge and Housekeeping positions available. We provide world class service for our guests in a fun and supportive environment. Kitchen: Head chef, Sou chef, Breakfast chef, dishwashasher and kitchen support. Lodge: Housekeeper, Server, A.M. Service, Head Housekeeper.

Hospitality Positions Available Positions

Maintenance and Driver Positions

One of the most important jobs at great alaska is keeping the fleet clean, maintained and ready for work. We hire for maintainance, Camp Assistants (general maintenence), Lead Mechanic as well as daily tour drivers from who pick up clients daily in Anchroage.

Maintenance and Driver Positions Available Positions