With impeccable attention to detail, our housekeepers are responsible for insuring a clean and uniformly tidy environment for the Stillpoint community. The housekeeping staff works together to maintain Stillpoint’s accommodations including the lodge, restrooms, dining room, guest cabins, boats, common areas, laundry and all facilities. Our housekeepers are responsible for working as a team in accordance with our procedures and the highest of standards, including final walk-throughs and constructive feedback. Often, he or she is bound to a tight schedule, so multitasking and efficiency is essential.

The head housekeeper is the primary cabin housekeeper with a full load of daily cabin cleaning, turnovers, and turndown service. He or she is a master at detail-oriented cleaning, precision vacuuming, and laundry, and is a bright and cheery morning person and energetic throughout the day.

The head housekeeper is also responsible for learning all of the standards, procedures, and organization of the housekeeping department, training and supervising other cleaning staff, preparing schedules and assigning duties to other housekeepers, maintaining the inventory of cleaning supplies, inspecting rooms and common areas to make sure they are clean, and reporting to management about the team's work.

Dining and/or Garden Help:
Our housekeepers typically have a full load of daily cabin cleaning, turnovers and turndown service, but often also have time to offer service backup for meals and happy hour and gardening help as needed. Meal service is more like a fine dining banquet than waiting tables, but experience with restaurant atmosphere is a plus. Current TAP Alcohol Server and ServSafe food handler certificates are required in Alaska.

Yoga teacher training or other group fitness instructor training is an added bonus and would allow you to lead classes at the lodge.

Everyone on the Stillpoint staff provides first class customer service with a smile. Although each staff member specializes in a specific job, at times you will be asked to assist with gardening, grounds keeping, kitchen duties including serving and dishwashing and ongoing camp chores. This requires the ability to prioritize daily duties with flexibility and readiness to transition between jobs.



  • Previous experience with housekeeping and scheduling
  • A working smartphone with cellular service


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

  • Hourly wage with overtime
  • Room and board in our shared staff quarters
  • A share of tips
  • Employees who remain committed to Stillpoint for the duration of their contract and complete all job requirements will qualify for a bonus at the end of the season.


May - September
We welcome staff members who can stay fully focused on the Stillpoint community for their entire contract. We ask you commit to a flexible schedule in compliance with the State of Alaska's wage and hour requirements to include a 10 hour workday. We do not provide holidays, vacation, severance or sick pay, retirement benefits nor health insurance beyond workers compensation.



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