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Employment Opportunities

Interested in a job at Alaskan Dream Cruises?  Please read the job descriptions below and click on the job title for the complete job description.

Hotel Department Job Description Summaries

Baker

Prepare and serve meals. Ensure that meals are prepared properly and in a timely manner (both guest and crew). Maintain proper galley sanitation and safety standards. Click here to apply

Bartender

Manage all bartending aspects in the bar and lounge.  Engage w/ ADC guests such as answering questions and/or provide facts about the region to stimulate interaction.  Actively participate in key on board revenue departments such as gift shop, bar, and shore excursions.  Manage all guest accounts via Point of Sale on board management software (POS). Participate in evening entertainment activities as directed by the Hotel Manager. Click here to apply

Chef

The Chef is responsible for all aspects of the entire galley operation in accordance with Alaskan Dream Cruises standards, and to ensure proper training and development of the Galley crew. Click here to apply

Culture Expedition Leader

Provide primary leadership for the delivery of the on board Cultural programming.  Manage on board guest programming by creating, implementing and managing programs.  Work as a team with the Scientific Expedition Leader who has knowledge in areas dealing with geology, flora/fauna, and natural history of the destination and area covered.  Click here to apply

Galley

Primary duties include washing & organizing all aspects necessary to execute culinary operations such as pots, pans, plates, glassware, and silverware.  Click here to apply

Hotel Manager

Responsible for all service, staff management, administrative and accounting functions aboard an Alaskan Dream Cruises vessel.   This position will oversee the vessels hotel department in the maintenance and service of all Alaskan Dream Cruises standards.  Click here to apply

Scientific Expedition Leader

Naturalist or specialized knowledge in glaciology, geography, flora & fauna, topography, history, geology culture, marine biology, wildlife and current issues of the area traveled.  Create and present public narration on deck, by sharing their knowledge in a friendly and easily understood manner. Click here to apply

Sous Chef

The Sous Chef is responsible for assisting the Executive Chef (EC) of the entire Galley operation in accordance with Alaskan Dream Cruises (ADC) standards, and to ensure proper training and development of the galley crew. Click here to apply

Steward

Provide steward duties for Alaskan Dream Cruises which include set up and serve meals in Dining Room & clean guest cabins. Participate in evening entertainment activities as directed by the Hotel Manager. Click here to apply

Deck Department Job Description Summaries

Captain

The ship’s Master has complete authority and responsibility for taking all necessary actions for the safety and security of the ship and its passengers and crew. The Master is also responsible for the prevention of pollution and the safe navigation and efficient operation of the ship. The Master shall implement and enforce the Alaskan Dream Cruises philosophy of service, conduct and appearance to all vessel crew while carrying out the programs and functions of the vessels itinerary. Click here to apply

Chief Mate

The Chief Mate serves as second in command and as a bridge watch officer and serves as the vessels security officer. The Chief Mate is listed as scene leader on the ships station bill and is responsible for supervising deck crew on the upkeep and appearance of the vessels exterior and certain interior public spaces. The Chief Mate reports to the Captain and maintains Alaskan Dream Cruises high level of service to its guests. Click here to apply

2nd Mate

The 2nd Mate serves as a bridge watch officer and the vessels Safety officer. The 2nd Mate is responsible for all chart corrections and maintaining current bridge resources. The 2nd Mate is also responsible for all safety equipment inspections and maintaining the log books for such. The 2nd Mate reports to the Captain and maintains Allen Marines high level of service to its guests. Click here to apply

Chief Engineer

Responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of all vessel systems in the engineering spaces, galley, hotel, deck and bridge. This includes but not limited to, the propulsion systems and their controls, bilge and fire systems, electrical systems and components, HVAC systems, various pumps and piping systems, pneumatics, hydraulics and fuel and oil systems. Maintain all vessel engineering logs. Shall assist with Vessel mooring as needed. Chief Engineer reports to the Captain and Port Engineer. Click here to apply

Licensed Deckhand

The Licensed deckhand operates the off vessel tenders for the movement of guests to and from the vessel. The licensed deckhand will also stand wheelhouse watches with the officer on watch. Performs a variety of tasks as assigned by the Chief Mate including but not limited to cleaning and vessel upkeep, stateroom repairs, security watches, line handling, loading stores and assisting guests. Will also serve as a guide for off vessel activities at our remote adventure camp such as kayaking, motorized watercraft and ATV rides. All deckhands report to the Chief Mate. Click here to apply

Deckhand

The deckhand Performs a variety of tasks as assigned by the Chief Mate including but not limited to exterior cleaning and vessel upkeep, stateroom repairs, security watches, line handling, loading stores and assisting guests. The deckhand will also stand wheelhouse watches with the officer on watch. The deckhand also serves as a guide at our remote adventure camp for guest excursions on kayaks, motorized watercraft and ATV’s. All deckhands report to the Chief Mate. Click here to apply