Last Minute Summer Jobs In Alaska
However, here it is nearly May and you are just starting your job search. Is it possible to find a job at this late date?
Yes, Alaska sounds like a wonderful place to spend the summer if you love the outdoors. Tall mountains. Rushing Rivers. Wandering Wildlife. Alaska can be the adventure of a lifetime.
Ever since I read James Michener's ALASKA. I've been hooked.
Are Seasonal Summer Jobs Still Available?
Employers are then left to scramble to fill those last minute jobs and this is where you can swoop in to save the day. Here are some current examples:
Alaska Summer Fishing Jobs
- The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Southcentral Groundfish Harvest Assessment Program is seeking a full-time seasonal Fish and Wildlife Technician III located in Seward. This position is generally staffed from May 10 – August 31 annually. CLICK HERE TO APPLY
- Northern Fish Alaska is looking for salmon seafood processors and Fish Filleters to be a part of our 2016 Salmon Season. CLICK HERE FOR INFO
Alaska Summer Camp Jobs
- Camp Counselor (Seasonal) Camp Fire Alaska -Camp K - Kenai Lake - Kenai Lake, AK $2,400 - $2,500 a month - Contract May 20-July 29 CLICK HERE
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- Seasonal Recreational Lead - These positions are represented by the Anchorage Municipal Employee Association (AMEA) and are subject to the provisions of the current agreement between the Municipality of Anchorage and the AMEA. If the person selected is not affiliated with the Anchorage Municipal Employees Association (AMEA), he or she must become a member in good standing within 31 days of beginning work.Start date of 5/9/2016 and end date of 11/7/2016. CLICK HERE
Alaska Summer Cruise Ship Jobs
- Seasonal Passenger Service Rep - Promote and sell local tours and provide professional services to passengers traveling independently or with Holland America/Princess- Alaska. CLICK HERE
- Harbor Host - Responsible for providing tour and local visitor information and assistance CLICK HERE
- Book: Alaska Ports Of Call by National Geographic
Alaska Summer Outdoor Jobs
Not Alaska Bound This Year?
If you are Alaska bound by RV or other vehicle ..we have found that the very best planning tool and resource is The MILEPOST a full-service guide to the highways, roads, ferries, lodgings, recreation, sightseeing, attractions and services along the Alaska Highway and Alaska road system, as well as routes in Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Yukon.
Also let us know if you find a job through our website. We love to hear from our readers about their experiences. If you would like to write about your experience with roadworking, or work camping, we are also considering adding a page for guest writers!
So that's it for now. Stay safe. Have fun. Make adventures...
See ya on the road!