Alaska Tourism Jobs
ATIA and ATIA members frequently recruit for employment in the tourism industry. Job opportunities are listed below by position and company.
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Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau Seeks Accounts Manager
The Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau is a highly entrepreneurial organization that collaborates and partners with municipal, community and business organizations to promote Valdez as a destination for year around local and regional travel and tourism. Valdez's location, picturesque setting, outstanding fishing, world class snow sports, spectacular glacier cruises and heli-tours, excellent hotels and meeting space, cultural attractions and variety of retailing and restaurant experiences offer value driven experiences.
Capitalizing on the resources that Valdez has to offer is at the core of the Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau mission. What sets the organization apart is its innovative and entrepreneurial approach to driving economic impact in our region.
This is a middle management position for the Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau (VCVB). The Accounts Manager of the VCVB will assist in achieving the mission of the Bureau through implementation of the strategic objectives determined by the Executive Director. The Accounts Manager has the primary responsibility for managing company payroll, accounts payable and receivable, website management, membership development and the Valdez Visitors Guide.
Executive Director for Seward's Chamber of Commerce
This is the senior management position for the Valdez Convention & Visitors Bureau (VCVB). The Executive Director of the VCVB will achieve the mission of the Bureau through implementation of the strategic objectives determined by its Board of Directors. The Executive Director has primary accountability for the accomplishments and fiscal integrity of the entire organization. The Executive Director is expected to work with the Board of Directors to determine the focus and direction of the Bureau. The Executive Director is responsible for developing the Bureau’s capabilities, acting as its spokesperson and representing it before others. The Executive Director is expected to work with representatives of local government in coordinating the activities of the Bureau and in negotiating financial support. The Executive Director will manage all operations and activities, including providing direction to staff and ensuring proper fiscal and operational management.