Alaska Tourism Jobs

ATIA and ATIA members frequently recruit for employment in the tourism industry. Have a job you want to post? Use the Submit Job button below to include details, attach a PDF and include a link to your website.

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Visitor Services Specialist

Greet visitors to the yurt, answer their questions, and introduce them to the mission and activities of the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies. • Guide people in choosing tours and activities that are offered at all CACS facilities and that are a good fit for them, and assist them in the booking and reservation process. • Accept payment for promotional items and tours and complete daily sales and visitor reports. • Develop social media posts and marketing products to share information about the organization and CACS tours, activities, and events. • Assist with Creatures of the Dock Tours for adults and families. • Inventory promotional items, maintain program materials, and perform daily/weekly cleaning of the Yurt. • Manage check in for full-day Natural History Programs, including walking guests to the water taxi and greeting them upon return. • Conduct participant evaluations of programs, and complete basic administrative tasks such as collection of forms and program data entry.

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Seasonal Naturalists and Educators

Responsibilities vary by position and location - please visit our website for detailed summaries of what each job entails as well as application instructions!

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Customer Service Representative

The Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) is seeking a professional customer service representative to respond to inquiries related to the State of Alaska COVID19 vaccine task force as well as health mandates related to travel. This is a TEMPORARY (funding through June 30, 2021) full-time position, with potential weekend hours. Location: In Anchorage at the ATIA building or working remotely.

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Hotel Director of Sales

The Director of Sales is responsible for directing, coordinating, training and supervising the Sales Managers in all sales-related activities, including direct sales efforts, follow-up and proper sales administration. Responsible for growing existing accounts and generating new business to ensure that Rooms revenues and Catering revenues meet or exceed budget in order to maximize revenue and profits, and to improve the hotel’s performance in the marketplace.

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Hotel Sales Manager

The Sales Manager is responsible for effectively soliciting and becoming familiar with all accounts in his/her market segments. He/she is also responsible for prospecting and closing on assigned accounts/territory to positively impact hotel revenues.

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Marketing Manager – Alaska Seaplanes

We are looking for an experienced Marketing Manager to develop and manage marketing programs across specific channels, support business objectives, foster customer retention, execute business development, provide sales support, and advance brand awareness.

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Marketing

New Alaska Cooperative Marketing Opportunities are Now Available

There are a variety of options for your business or organization to leverage Alaska’s national marketing campaign to reach highly qualified potential visitors. See what’s available on the Coop Marketing Programs page.

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