Like to work early and be off in the evening? In Alaska, the sun is already up when you head to the lodge to start the coffee.

Our food and beverage professionals have amassed years of experience in the fine dining setting, possess exceptional customer service skills including a keen ability to multitask and remember details such as intricate orders, client names, schedules, cabin assignments, and dining preferences.

Breakfast and lunch are served off a small menu featuring seasfood and fresh Alaska garden produce with many customizations available. We typically serve up to around 20 guests per meal. Our servers are passionate about learning every detail of each dish, know our food sources, and are ready to answer dining questions as well as general lodge and schedule questions.


Current TAP Alcohol Server and ServSafe food handler certificates are required in Alaska.

Breakfast: Help set the tone for a phenomenal day! Many of our guests will wake early and head to the lodge to fuel up at breakfast for a day filled with adventure. Other guests may opt for a later breakfast delivered to their room... so be ready for anything.

Lunch: Many guests have packed lunches and are off property for lunch, but depending on the weather, lunch numbers can change quickly. Work closely with the kitchen staff to finalize the headcount and lunch menu, serve,  clean, help with dishes, and reset the dining room.

Bartending: Either you are already a pro at serving beer and wine and mixing classic cocktails, or you are a fast learner! Open bar is included and guests may order a bar drink at any time of the day. On busy evenings, we mayl also need extra help during happy hour.

Although each staff member specializes in a specific job, you may be asked to assist with groundskeeping, landscaping, housekeeping, other kitchen duties 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
  • Current Alaska  food handler certificate ServSafe >
  • ‚ÄčTraining for Alcohol Professionals Card TAP >



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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.


Want to join our staff family?


Our boutique, seaside resort is nestled on the edge of the wilderness.

Bountiful organic gardens yield fresh produce picked fresh just steps from the table.

Custom itineraries... make memories and friends that last a lifetime.

"A visit to Alaska is an experience of a lifetime.

Make yours magnificent...

–Alaska legend and official balladeer Hobo Jim