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Railroad Tour Jobs In Seward

Alaska Tour Division - Rail Services - Seward

At the head of wildlife-rich Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, and only 126 miles from Anchorage, Seward is a popular visitor destination, especially in the summer months. If you’re considering the adventure of one of our Alaska train and railroad jobs, choose one based in Seward for premium outdoor activities such as fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking, flightseeing, summer dog sled rides and more.

Working In Seward

If you’re looking for a job in Seward, we have a variety of positions available on and off the trains. If you’re already familiar with food services, we have openings for day-shift prep cooks and cooks. In our maintenance division, we need cleaners and maintenance assistants to keep our trains in order. More interested in a job that allows you to engage the public? Be sure to see our positions for tour guides and food servers. Plus, we have seasonal job openings for managers, supervisors, night-shift stockers, ground stewards and more.

If you’re serious about working in Seward for our Train and Railroad Division, start by browsing the jobs available on AlaskaTourJobs.com. And if you don’t see the railroad or train job you’re looking for, be sure to sign up for email notifications.

For more information about these types of job opportunities in Seward and elsewhere, please see our Alaska Railroad & Train Maintenance Jobs page.

Living in Seward

If you choose a seasonal job in Seward with Holland America-Princess, we will offer you the option to live in company-provided housing in for a reasonable monthly cost. Seward has limited housing ability, so we can provide apartments for our employees who are based there. These full-furnished two-bedroom apartments are shared with other staff member, and the cost (which is similar to what our hotel employees pay) is deducted from paychecks.

If you’ve come to Seward for adventure, there’s plenty to do year-round. From the Polar Bear Jump in January and taking a dog sledding tour to camping and fishing in Resurrection Bay, there’s plenty to do in and around this amazing city to make it one of the most memorable jobs you’ve ever had. And if you want to learn more about why Alaskans and “oustiders” alike are drawn to this iconic harbor town , be sure to check out Seward.com for more information about this majestic location.