At Camp Denali, community and high quality detail-oriented work are of paramount importance. We request flexibility and willingness to help with a range of tasks of all our employees.
Most first year and returning staff can expect to work at least two jobs throughout the summer; ratio of work will be dependent upon experience and company needs. We'll seek to discover what combination of roles will be best for you as part of our application process.
An ideal way for new staff to join our team and gain experience in Denali, this position includes a variety of housekeeping tasks and working as a server for guest breakfast and dinner.
This entry level skilled position assists the Facilities Manager in maintaining our property. "Ops" crew members are asked to work individually or with a group of 2-5 maintenance staff performing daily chores and specific projects related to maintenance of grounds, trails, buildings, vehicles, water and electrical systems, and more. Experience with work in one or more of these areas is preferred.
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 backcountry 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 of 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.
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, and is responsible for overall kitchen organization and cleanliness during the shift. The position can be combined with the position of dinner cook, depending on education, experience and company needs.
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 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.