We are a small Alaskan-owned company operating a remote camp in Alaska's Arctic to meet the important food and lodging needs of Arctic travelers. We take pride in cooking delicious handcrafted meals, ensuring absurd cleanliness, and welcoming our guests to the Arctic wilderness we love with a spirit of soulful hospitality that is genuine and authentic.
This is located at Milepost 175 along Alaska's arctic wilderness highway, the Dalton Highway. The Dalton stretches north 500 miles from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay. Along the highway, you’ll encounter the Yukon River, the Arctic Circle, the Brooks Mountain Range, and the Arctic Coastal Plain before the road’s termination at the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
Alaska Arctic's location at the top of the world means that we have 24 hours of sunlight, and almost 24 hours of darkness during the winter. What does this mean? We experience some of the most extreme seasonal changes on earth. By mid-March, the sun returns to Alaska’s Arctic. This is the beginning of our midnight sun season: meaning, an Arctic landscape bathed in 24 hours of daylight. The famed 24-hour-day brings with it robust recreational travelers and work crew activity to here. As a bonus, in addition to experiencing the summer midnight sun, those candidates hired will have the opportunity to experience the aurora borealis during fall--from late August to early September.
August arrives in Alaska’s Arctic: by mid-month, daylight hours will be shortening, and “aurora season” returns to our region. The unique location under the Aurora Oval offers aurora-watching opportunities that are unrivaled anywhere else on earth. The chance to view nature’s most amazing light show first hand brings a growing number of travelers to our Camps from around the world.
Accueil / tourisme
Get an unparalled experience living and working in Alaska's Arctic.
Neighboring the Gates of the Arctic National Park north of the Arctic Circle in the Brooks Mountain Range, the camp sits just sixty miles south of the northernmost extent of the tree line. Today, the Central Brooks Range is--and always has been--one of the most remote wilderness areas left on earth.
Cet hôte offre l'hébergement et une rémunération.
L’hôte a indiqué qu'il paierait au moins le salaire horaire minimum de son pays pour chaque heure travaillée et que l’hébergement serait fourni. Il demande de l'aide dans le cadre de son entreprise ou activité professionnelle. Contactez l'hôte directement via la messagerie du site pour en savoir plus et avoir des détails sur le salaire proposé. Tous les arrangements devraient être conclus à l'avance avec votre hôte.
We are currently hiring for the following positions: guide, cook, cleaner, dishwasher, host, and baker. Each role contributes to the overall goal of hosting recreational traveler guests from around the world who have traveled to Alaska during summer “midnight sun” season to experience the Brooks Mountain Range and Gates of the Arctic National Park.
The summer season formally begins 01 June 2022 and ends 30 September 2022 --- ideally, a successful candidate will be available to begin work no later than late-May/early-June 2022 [or earlier!!!] and be available to work thru 30 September 2022 [or beyond!!!].
A coworker who successfully works through the 30 September 2022 season completion date [minimum 4-month season] will earn a $2,000.00 season completion bonus --- the intent of which is to help defray the costs associated with the coworker’s responsibility to provide their own transportation to/from Alaska.
Depending on position, wages start at $11 per hour plus gratuities. Room and board included at no additional cost.
The camp has simple and unglamorous structures, staffed by great coworkers, serving guests who are thrilled to find the very thing that led them to a decision to explore off the beaten path in the first place: authentic hospitality, and a real, un-contrived atmosphere.
During the summer months, the Coworkers can expect to share a 3-season tent with one other coworker. There is no electricity in the tents. Access to electrical outlets for recharging is available at a variety of locations in camp. Shower facilities are a short walk from tents. Because shower facilities will incorporate an outdoor walk, it is necessary to bring proper clothing and footwear. Bedding will be issued to you when you arrive at the camp. Bedding includes: linens, blankets and pillows. You are required to bring your own towels and shower accessories.
Housing and meals are included at no cost.
In the spirit of honest and transparency, you deserve to know that we don't use the "e-m-p-l-o-y-e-e" word in our work culture. Instead, we call ourselves coworkers. And those talented individuals who we are fortunate to call our coworkers work with us, not for us. As for our coworker experience, you might ask: why work Arctic?
WILDERNESS 24/7: It’s a paid working vacation. Not a mere visit to Alaska's arctic wilderness, but an unparalleled opportunity to live it.
AURORA BOREALIS: Viewing nature's most impressive light show is absolutely a "bucket list" experience. The absolute magnificence of the lights can only truly be understood when witnessed firsthand.
MIDNIGHT SUN: 24-hours of daylight, day after day after day. Indescribably surreal and unbelievably cool; also wonderful for hiking and exploring the surrounding wilderness.
GREAT COWORKERS: Great wilderness attracts great coworkers—perfect teammates for a season of life, work, and play.
HOUSING/MEALS: No rent, no food bills, no commute.
EARN IT, SAVE IT: Which is to say, we’re in a wilderness environment where the options for spending money are as scarce as the options for wilderness exploration are robust.
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40 hours per week