Alaska Tourism Jobs
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General Manager, Goldbelt Aerial Tramway
Maximizes the long-term profitability of Goldbelt Aerial Tramway (GAT). Provides general management of the Tram operations, including all Tramway professional and technical staff. Identifies and develops plans of action, including long-range marketing and business plans.
Tram Maintenance Technician
Performs (at the semi-skilled level) preventative maintenance and repairs to the aerial tramway. Shall practice good housekeeping, with particular emphasis on avoiding the development of any unsafe condition that might contribute to personal injury. Shall comply with the operational rules and regulations of the Goldbelt Tram.
Guide visitors in a professional, courteous, and informative manner at Whipple Creek, while being responsible for the safety and well-being of guests during tour operations. This position is responsible for all duties associated with tours: guide, open and close of building, cleaning site and gear, and fueling karts.
Dock Operations Manager
As the Dock Operations Manager, this position includes diligently answering telephones, assisting all customers, and providing coworkers / subordinates company product knowledge with effectiveness and efficiency. It also requires influencing others within the tour department to adhere to company procedures and requirements. This position requires the supervision of the dock operations supervisor, dock representatives, and assistance with driver guides. Overall, it is your responsibility to ensure the highest quality of customer service.
Dock Operations Supervisor
The Dock Operations Supervisor is responsible for planning, organizing, managing and coordination of daily tours and collection of services provided to cruise lines and other customers. This position serves as a liaison between the company and cruise lines as well as the transportation companies.
Dock Reps are responsible for meeting and providing introductory information to all arriving guests who are on scheduled tours. Applicants must have strong customer service skills and be capable of positively representing the company to cruise lines, partners and customers.
The Store Clerk cordially greets the guests and helps them to find the items they are looking for. Works at the cash register and uses the Point of Sale software. Helps maintain the guest areas including, restrooms and snack booth as well as the general areas. Helps with making and maintaining snacks. Applicants must have an outgoing personality and good customer service skills, be comfortable with handling cash and be able to understand POS system.
The Trail Guide is responsible for providing information to our guest about the flora, fauna, wildlife, and history of Herring Cove and the surrounding area. Trail guides ensure our guest receives a memorable and professional nature experience.
Photograph all guests as they zip through on the last line. Edit crop and sell photos when time allows between tours. Assist store manager and clerk in the running of the store. Take photos on the course or as needed and time allows. Applicants should have knowledge of digital photography and some basic editing experience, be comfortable with cash handling and customer service.
The role of the Tour Director is to provide a safe and unforgettable Alaskan experience to our guests. Tour Directors will be managing tours throughout Alaska and the Yukon, escorting guests between overnight destinations, airports, trains, and hotels. Tour Directors must be prepared to educate and entertain groups of up to 55 tour guests with regional specific commentary, storytelling, and games. Tour Directors must also be able to effectively sell Land Excursions to guests to generate revenue for the company.
Guest Service Representative
The role of the Anchorage Guest Service Representative (GSR) is to provide assistance with the departures and arrivals of guests at the Anchorage International Airport and Anchorage hotel properties. Anchorage GSR's are the greeters, problem-solvers, and guest assistance providers, facilitating a seamless cruise or cruisetour experience for guests while in Anchorage. GSR's also assist Luggage Truck and Transfer Drivers in the loading and unloading of luggage from trucks and motorcoaches.
The role of the Tour Motorcoach Driver is to provide safe transportation for guests and their luggage throughout the interior of Alaska. Tour Motorcoach Drivers are responsible for all aspects involving the operation of the motorcoach. Tour Motorcoach Drivers share the responsibility with the Tour Director of ensuring a safe, fun, and informative tour experience for guests traveling to Alaska. Tour Motorcoach Drivers also have the responsibility to provide safe and on-time transportation for guests arriving and departing the Fairbanks International Airport.
The Accounting Manager oversees accounts payable or accounts receivable invoices, verifying accuracy of amounts due using Microsoft office spreadsheets and accounting software, prepares and analyzes reports and maintains vendor and customer files. This position is full time, year-round.
Infinite Adventures is a small adventure company offering camping/overland-style trips in Alaska in a converted school bus. Ideally, we are looking for an experienced CDL-Driver who loves the outdoors and likes to inspire people from all over the world taking them on an adventure they'll always want to relive!
The Accounting Coordinator supports the efficient operations of multiple companies through a wide range of administrative and accounting functions. This will primarily consist of accounts receivable oversight, employee relations, payroll processing, and financial and other information analysis.
The Controller oversees all financial, accounting and human resources activities across multiple entities. Responsible for budget development and management, financial analysis, payroll, forecasting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, regulatory reporting, and financial reporting.
Summer Dog Camp Guide
Maintain guest safety and assist Mushers getting in and out of dog yards with teams. Summer Guides Inspect dogs daily for general health and fitness and help in the dog yard with feeding and cleaning. Maintaining clean vehicles and other work throughout camp to meet the needs of the day.
Dog Camp Dock Representative
To be a successful Summer Camp Dock Representative for Gold Rush Dog Tours applicants should be: Highly organized Customer service oriented A proactive problem solver Able to work independently
Glacier Sled Dog Handler
Dog Handlers will assist with unloading/loading guests and supplies from the helicopter, photographing action shots of guests on sleds and cuddle Puppies!! You may be assigned different duties on any given day at the Camp Manager’s discretion. No experience is necessary. Must be able to legally work in the U.S. Valid CPR and First Aid Must be able to lift 50lbs. Room and Board are provided on the glacier.
Glacier Camp Expediter
Expediters will be required to have First Aid and CPR, DOT Health Card. Housing is provided and $250/Month meal allowance. No experience Necessary
Under the supervision of the KBBC Lodge Manager, the Camp Cook is responsible for providing meals and maintaining supplies and the kitchen for clients and staff at the Brown Bear Center. This position will work on-site at the Kodiak Brown Bear Center (KBBC) facilities located on Camp Island on Karluk Lake on Kodiak Island.
Travel Agent / Travel Planner
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to - networking with the employees of our partners via email - putting together quotes - entering bookings into our reservation system - provide relevant documentation for the end customer, including detailed trip description in German or English and the corresponding vouchers
Creating custom, guided Alaska travel experiences for affluent visitors who seek a more private, exclusive, personal and meaningful way to discover and explore Alaska.
Our Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing company operations and quality control as related to customer service. This is a dynamic role that requires previous supervisory and sales experience.
The operations specialist supports administrative processes including customer service and travel documentation, including the creation of itinerary proposals requiring personal consultation and price calculations with follow-up communications typically via email; assistance with reservations processing and the compilation of customer travel documentation.
Travel Coordinators help plan manage comprehensive travel itineraries for independent travelers, ensuring our clients have the memorable travel experience in Alaska possible!
Sales position in a rapidly growing company, lodging, travel and tourism industry.
Professional Gold Digger/ Tour Guide
Teach gold panning, work outside, meet new people, have fun, ensure guests are having a positive experience, keep outdoor office pristine, enjoy the Alaskan summer sun, be a team player, listen, learn and grow with the Gold Daughters family.
Visitor Service Ambassador
This position interacts with visitors providing information regarding Visit Anchorage member services, accommodations and products. Weekend, weekday, full-time and part-time hours available.
Visitor Information Specialist
- Serve as a professional and welcoming representative of the Juneau community and Travel Juneau - Work closely with volunteers and Travel Juneau staff to cover shifts at the CST and Kiosk and provide support to the volunteer team during busy periods - Greet, assist, and direct visitors to attractions according to their available time, budget and interests in a tactful and individualized manner - Stay up to date with changes in partner businesses and local news that might affect visitors – read and be familiar with weekly updates - Provide informational materials judiciously, tailored to a visitor’s specific needs and interests - Record visitor counts and hours - Regularly monitor, stock, and update maps and materials in racks and other information files - Communicate low counts and restock needs to Visitor Services Manager and Visitor Information Coordinator - Deliver restock materials to visitor service centers frequently – sometimes multiple times a day - Monitor appearance of work sites and racks - tidy and organize as needed - Follow opening and closing procedures closely and carefully when on duty - Report any maintenance issues to the Port Office and notify Visitor Services Manager - Learn and utilize Shiftboard, our online scheduling service - Attend all training events, follow procedures outlined in Volunteer Handbook - Perform other duties as assigned by Visitor Services Manager and Visitor Information Coordinator