Lodge Manager

Our lodge management teams are responsible for training, overseeing, and organizing daily operations and a staff of 8-10 people.  This position requires management and leadership experience, preferably in Alaska or in a remote environment.

All managers should be WFR certified, have Swift-water rescue and other advanced field experience, preferably in Alaska.

Job duties entail adhering to budgets for the lodge and overseeing maintenance and operations for lodge infrastructure.

Our managers must exhibit outstanding customer service, demonstrate leadership skills, and be impeccably honest and trustworthy.

The management team works closely with our professional chefs who are part of our leadership and management team thus some fine-cuisine knowledge is helpful.

Winterlake Lodge:

The managers at Winterlake Lodge should have a working knowledge of fly and spin fishing and should be comfortable living in a wilderness setting. They should be proficient at river rafting, hiking, glacier trekking, wildlife identification, and naturalist skills. Managers at Winterlake Lodge are expected to oversee our helicopter program and experience with dispatching and field coordination is preferred. The manager at Winterlake should be comfortable with sled dogs and dog lot management.

The house manager should have working knowledge and certifications for our outdoor program, but should also be equipped with hospitality, fine-dining service and possess strong leadership skills.

Tutka Bay Lodge:

The management team at Tutka Bay should come equipped with marine proficiency. Our ideal candidate is highly knowledgeable of Kachemak Bay, has strong skills in marine vessels along with sea kayaking, hiking, glacier trekking and saltwater fishing. Local knowledge of wild food and foraging along with food ordering is preferred.

The house manager should have working knowledge and certifications for our outdoor program, but should also be equipped with hospitality, fine-dining service and possess strong leadership skills.