This position is full-time, year-round and located in the interior of Denali National Park for the summer and based at the East End of the Park for the fall, winter, and spring.
The Personnel Manager recruits, hires, orients, and schedules approximately 60 seasonal and 4 year-round staff members of Camp Denali, North Face Lodge, and Parkside Guest House. During the summer primary responsibilities include creating and maintaining the work schedule, organizing staff orientation, implementing performance reviews, and working with management to resolve conflicts. The Personnel Manager is a facilitator who helps create an effective team with high morale. Complete understanding of the company's mission and assisting management in interpreting that mission to staff is integral to this role.
In the off-season, duties include recruiting, interviewing, and hiring staff, assiting management with employee benefit programs, reviewing and updating the Staff Handbook and other documents related to employment. The Personnel Manager also works with the reservations team to answer phones and process guest reservations. The position includes no direct staff supervision.
This position includes a variety of housekeeping tasks and working as a server for guest breakfast and dinner.
The Coordinator produces organic vegetables and flowers (in a 20ft x 40ft greenhouse, coldframes, and outdoor gardens) that are incorporated into the meals. Maintenance of the grounds, decorative flower boxes and hanging baskets are job responsibilities, as well.
This position works with a group of 3-5 maintenance staff performing daily chores and specific projects, working as a team and also individually.
The position of naturalist-guide is a professional job, which implements the educational mission of Camp Denali and North Face Lodge. Our naturalist-guides are teachers of experiential learning, experienced backcounty hiking guides, and trained drivers. Even though we operate our active learning program for just 14 weeks each summer, working as a naturalist-guide is considered a career-building opportunity, not just a summer job. Because of the significant on-the-job training and independent study necessary for proficiency, we request a commitment to at least three seasons' employment as a naturalist-guide.
This is an entry level food service position which is responsible for assisting the breakfast cook in the preparation and plating of guest and staff breakfast, dishwashing, and a schedule of other kitchen organizational and cleaning duties.
This position is responsible for assisting the breakfast cook plate breakfast, preparing daily guest sack lunch contents, assisting the breakfast cook prepare staff lunch, assisting the dinner cook with dinner preparations and plating, and maintaining a clean, organized kitchen.
The breakfast cook position is a food service leadership role that assists in the training and supervision of a kitchen assistant and kitchen helper, prepares breakfast for guests and staff, may prepare staff lunch and/or be responsible for other food preparation tasks, participates in cleaning tasks, is responsible for overall kitchen organization and cleanliness during the shift. The position can also be combined with the position of dinner cook, depending on education, experience and company needs.
The dinner cook position is a food service leadership role that assists in the training and supervision of a kitchen assistant and kitchen helper, prepares dinner for guests and staff, participates in cleaning tasks, and is responsible for overall kitchen organization and cleanliness during the shift.