2019 Seasonal NSEDC Jobs Opportunities – Apply today!
Fisheries Technician (White Mountain, Koyuk, Shaktoolik, Nome & Unalakleet):
This position assists in project implementation, logistics, field work and carries out established scientific methods. The position will be stationed in a remote field camp with one of two other technicians for extended periods of time.
Fisheries Technician Crew Leader (White Mountain, Koyuk, Shaktoolik, Nome & Unalakleet):
This position supervises a crew of one to three Fishery Technicians, trains the crew in protocols, and oversees work to insure safe operating procedures and data quality.
Cleanup Crew Member (Unalakleet, Shaktoolik & Koyuk):
This position assists in project implementation, logistics and field work for clean up projects in area beaches, rivers and sloughs.
This position is responsible for a variety of tasks to ensure smooth vessel operations, ranging from standard housekeeping duties to vessel maintenance to transferring rigging in all types of weather, day and night, while the vessel is underway and at port. Deckhands will be expected to be familiar with the safety equipment and procedures on board and follow all quality standards as designated by company and regional protocol.
Seafood Processor (Nome*, Unalakleet* & Savoonga):
A seafood processor is responsible for the proper processing of crab, halibut and other seafood. They work to provide a high quality product in a sanitary environment.
Fish Buyer (Nome, Unalakleet, Golovin, Elim, Koyuk & Shaktoolik):
This position assists fishermen at the dock, loads and unloads tender and fishing vessels, issues fish tickets, produces ice, operates a forklift and crane, maintains a clean work environment and transports seafood products to the airport.
Quality Control Coordinator (Nome, Unalakleet):
This position is responsible for supervising quality production and packaging of crab and other seafood. They work to provide a high quality product in a sanitary environment.
Refrigeration Technician (Unalakleet):
This position is responsible for the proper operation of facilities and equipment in seafood plants. Applicant must be certified in basic refrigeration and electrical operations.
*Residents living outside of Unalakleet and Nome who work in the processing plants may be eligible for a housing stipend and travel expenses.
For complete job descriptions contact the NSEDC Human Resources department at (907) 274-2248, (800) 650-2248 (toll-free), or firstname.lastname@example.org. The NSEDC Employment Application can be found here.