ATIA Director of Tourism Marketing
The Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) - the leading statewide association for travel and tourism in Alaska – is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, and experienced marketer to join the ATIA team as the full-time Director of Tourism Marketing. Position is open until filled.
Sandwich Artists and employees at all levels: Full and Part-Time
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Operations Director at Anchorage Downtown Partnership
Essential Duties and Responsibilities In collaboration with the Executive Director and Operations Team, this important member of the ADP team will be responsible for: Operations & Oversight ▪ Manage all daily operations that take place within the Operations Department. ▪ Increase the efficiency of the Operations Department. ▪ Plan operational goals, through collaboration with Executive Director and implement these goals. ▪ Monitor all operations budgets. ▪ Create a system to review and replace outdated equipment and present a plan to the Executive Director before the yearly budget cycle. ▪ Give weekly progress reports to the Executive Director ▪ Secure and manage contracts with vendors specific to the operations department. Supervision ▪ Recruit, retain, recognize and evaluate qualified operations staff and address corrective action issues as needed. ▪ Ensure adequate staffing for the Operations Department to provide full coverage on all shifts and create a weekly schedule that reflects this coverage. ▪ Work closely with the supervisory personnel and employees, know the capabilities of each individual. ▪ Confirm all ADP’s employees are onboarded through a comprehensive training program and it is documented. ▪ Oversee and manage ADP’s operational controls, safety, and training processes. ▪ Ensure all ADP employees receive consistent and targeted training throughout the year. ▪ Solve disputes that arise between employees or departments and make sure the daily work is not impacted. ▪ Manage corrective action processes within the Operations Department. ▪ Manage and oversee ADP’s Mentoring Program including documentation. Safety ▪ Establish and promote a culture of safety for ADP operations including aligning communication, action, and decisions with ADPs priority to provide a clean and safe downtown Anchorage. ▪ Investigate all accidents, incidents, a high potential near misses, ensure adequate preventative measures are implemented to prevent similar reoccurrence, ensure all employees are briefed and retrained. ▪ Perform a minimum of six operational safety inspections per year, and document per the safety manual.
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.
Program Manager- Alaska Region, National Parks Conservation Association
National parks and preserves in Alaska make up 60% of the national parkland in the United States. The Alaska Program Manager’s role will be to develop and implement strategic regional park campaigns that protect parks and their surrounding ecosystems, respect and empower communities, and enhance park visitor experiences in Alaska. The Program Manager’s primary focus will be on the “Bear Coast” of Alaska, which includes the west coast of Cook Inlet and the eastern portions of Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks. Open until filled.
Seward Chamber Executive Director
The Seward Chamber of Commerce is searching for an innovative, collaborative and enthusiastic leader for the role of Executive Director.
RDC Executive Director
Lead RDC in its mission to grow Alaska through responsible resource development. Establish public policy positions and inform stakeholders & the public of issues critical to the advancement of RDC’s initiatives.
Travel Agent / Travel Planner
GoNorth Travel LLC, a receptive tour operator and agent for partners in GSE, Belgium, the Netherlands, Australia but also the U.S., has an open full time position for a travel agent/travel planner with experience in organizing self-drive tours in Alaska or Canada. Die Stelle umfasst Beratung der Reisebüroangestellten unserer Partnerfirmen via Email, Erstellen von Offerten, Erfassen der Buchungen, Verfassen der Kundendokumentation (detaillierter Reisebeschrieb in Deutsch oder Englisch, Voucher).
Tour Operations Manager
This is a full time year round salary position working out of both the Knik River Lodge (Palmer) location as well as the Merrill Field (Anchorage) location. Management experience required. Responsibilities include: - General Daily Management -Tour Division Human Resources -Heli Operations Management -Other duties as assigned
Outdoor Recreation Planner
The position of Outdoor Recreation Planner will be employed by Alaska Trails and will work collaboratively with the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program (RTCA), Alaska State Parks, and Alaska Trails. The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of program and project duties associated with the update of the Alaska Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), now in progress. The main objective of the position is to continue assisting State Division of Parks in setting up the overall process and the specific tasks, products, and schedule needed to create a high value SCORP. The position is temporary and will last through 2022.
Work schedules vary depending on the time of year, but the office is typically open 7-days a week from January through September, and 5-days a week from October through December. Reservation agents should expect that some weekend work will be required. We look for team members with an excellent attitude and the ability and desire to work as a team member. Customer service experience and familiarity using computer software such as Word, Excel, and Outlook are preferred. A highly qualified candidate will possess a good knowledge of Alaska, specifically the Southcentral and Interior regions of the state. We are a fully vaccinated office.