Spend the Summer Working in Beautiful Wrangell St Elias National Park, Alaska
Would you like to spend the summer working and playing in the largest national park in North America? We are a small remote Alaskan resort that offers free housing, discounted meals, end of season bonus for completed contracts, and plenty time to enjoy the outdoors.
We are a historic award winning Hotel & Restaurant in the center of America’s largest National Park, Wrangell St. Elias. We have 2 small hotels a bar and grill, a fine dining restaurant, and a grocery store. We believe in work hard play hard. We love that most of our staff returns year after year.
While there are several locally owned businesses in McCarthy, Alaska, our operations focus on food and beverage and accommodations. We are surrounded by mountains and glaciers, and we live and work in a perfect wilderness setting for true adventure seekers. So apply below for a summer you will never forget!
Applications for the 2014 season are accepted through March 31st, 2014 (or until all positions are filled). If the position is listed below then we are still accepting resumes. Our season is May 15th through September 20th. Preference will be given to eligible candidates who can make the commitment to stay for the full season.
Send your resume with at least 3 work related references to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are here to share McCarthy during the Guest’s Vacation. We intend on exceeding guest expectations in our approach to hospitality. We embody respect of the area’s history, with a relevant sense of community. We have always used a local approach to architecture & artifacts, ingredients for the restaurants, and local hire preference. Every staff member is trained and empowered to solve any guest concern on the spot.
Our preservation and sustainability programs go beyond building and growth controls to include all aspects of hospitality performed in a world heritage site in remote Alaska. From procurement logistics and recycling, to locally farmed food and low-impact restaurant operations; we take our role seriously because we choose to live as stewards of McCarthy, Alaska.
We support local farming. We recycle and re-evaluate effectiveness every year. We bury glass after crushing. We haul metals and non-burnable solids out of the national park to appropriate waste management facilities. We only burn in our high-temp incinerator during appropriate times of low impact.