Hospitality Staff

Job Description

Position Responsibilities:
This will be a mixed role of housekeeping, kitchen support, custodial, and maintenance of the grounds, which makes every day interesting and a little different. There’s some time to work independently and in team settings. Duties include but not limited to-
• Clean all guest rooms after check-out: includes but is not limited to making beds,
sanitizing bathrooms, sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, mopping, etc.
• Maintain cleanliness and stocking in all DEC facilities including Riverside Hall, the Charles
Sheldon Center, yurt, vehicles, and guest laundry area according to a cleaning schedule
• Put away linens when they return from laundry service, create and distribute clean linen
bags for flipping rooms, maintain linen shed to be organized and clean
• Assist with basic food service duties in the Riverside Hall. Be trained in these basic food
service duties. (Meals are for ~30 guests, plus a handful of presenters and staff.)
• Assist with dishes in kitchen after meals
• Assist with DEC’s sustainability efforts by actively recycling and composting, sorting
recyclables into the proper bins for collection
• Watering flower baskets and garden

• A desire and ability to clean and keep things orderly
• The physical ability to be in positions needed to properly clean a guest room and other
spaces on campus. i.e. crouched, kneeling, reaching, etc.
• Comfortable in a commercial kitchen, some basic background is preferred and a
willingness to be taught a few basic skills is needed
• Eagerness to work as part of a team in a dynamic environment with a small staff
• Ability to lift 30- 50 lbs., stand for long periods of time
• Good organizational and interpersonal skills; manages time wisely
• Ability to work independently without a lot of direct supervision: good judgment and
• Ability to have fun and maintain a positive attitude during the fast-paced summer

Preferred Knowledge and Skills:
• Possession of current CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to train
• 21+ years of age preferred

• Starting wage is $17.00 per hour
• Program tips are pooled and dispersed upon completion of summer contract
• This is a full-time seasonal position. Hours of work will vary, may be irregular, and will be
determined by the Facilities Manager based on the needs of our organization
• Private housing available for a nominal fee ($200/month). Employee kitchen,
bathrooms, and laundry facilities are shared and maintained with other employees.
(Best seasonal housing offered in Denali!)


Mile Post 231.1 George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park, AK, 99755

Contact Info

Lauren Bruns
[email protected]

Business Website

Listing Closing Date

06 / 01 / 2024


For questions about the position or to apply, please send a resume, references, and a brief summary of your interest working for the Denali Education Center and living in the Denali area to Lauren Bruns: [email protected]