Maintenance & Guide

Maintenance & Guide

With 12 acres of land, over 20 buildings and numerous boats, docks and vehicles, golf carts, bobcat, bulldozer, generators and more. We're looking for a maintenance professional with depth and breadth of experience and knowledge on gas and diesel engines, operating power tools, construction, plumbing, electrical, etc... maintenance and safety is an ongoing priority. This individual works with the lead maintenance manager on groundskeeping, upkeep of all lodge facilities and special projects. The ability to assess, problem solve and utilize available resources is a daily practice. Experience with mechanical repair and boat is a huge plus! Must be physically fit and highly capable of diagnosing and fixing stuff, hauling materials, and jumping right in on dirty jobs in all kinds of weather. Skills must include: Carpentry; plumbing; electrical; vehicle, diesel, outboard and small engine maintenance and repair; heavy equipement and power tool operation.

We hire guides who have experience with Alaska and/or the Pacific Northwest who thrive on inspiring and entertaining adults, teens and kids through preparedness, storytelling, teambuilding, and educating others about the history, flora and fauna of our area and greater Alaska.

We employ strong, confident, knowledgeable and well-spoken guides with a passion for outdoor leadership and conservation. Stillpoint guides are at the ready to lead kayak, paddleboard and hiking day trips, deckhand and track and maintain an extensive recreational equipment inventory. The ability to understand the daily influences of the weather, wind and currents is required, as well as being comfortable with boats and aircraft. The days are especially long and demanding. Our guides have the energy to stay positive, entertaining and compassionate of the needs of the guests, and actively foster and embody the ideals of sustainability.

As naturalists, our guides use their experience and observational skills to avoid disturbing wildlife, keep our guests safe, and teach mindfulness and stewardship. We practice Leave No Trace and are dedicated to responsible tourism. Floatplane, helicopter and boating experience is a plus. Wilderness First Responder certification & current Current First Aid/CPR required.

Adventure Green Alaska

Although each staff member specializes in a specific job, you will assist with grounds keeping, landscaping, portering, recycling and refuse management, cleaning and ongoing camp chores. This requires the ability to prioritize daily duties with flexibility and readiness to transition between jobs.

A working smartphone with cellular service is required.


As well as an array of benefits, this person also receives:

  • A generous monthly salary
  • Room and board in our staff quarters
  • One full share of guest gratuities
  • Staff members who remain committed to Stillpoint for the duration of their contract and complete all job requirements receive a prorated share of the bonus at the end of the season.


May 1 - October 1, 2018
We welcome staff members who can stay fully focused on the Stillpoint community for the entire season. We ask you commit to a flexible schedule in compliance with the State of Alaska's wage and hour requirements to include a 12 hour workday. We do not provide paid vacation or sick leave, retirement benefits nor health insurance beyond workers compensation.


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