Alaska’s capitol is the state’s third largest city (approximately 30,000 people). Juneau is a coastal town, nestled between the 1,500 square mile Juneau Icefield and Gastineau Channel. The city is accessible only by airplane or boat. While somewhat remote, Juneau has all of the amenities of a mid-sized city. Endless trails depart from town taking you into some of the most pristine wilderness in the country. The Mendenhall Glacier, one of the most highly photographed glaciers in Alaska, is located within the city limits. Juneau prides itself in its history dating back to the late 1800′s when gold was discovered in a nearby creek.
- Location: Alaska’s Capital City: Juneau, Alaska
- Number of Employees: 150 Seasonal, 14 Year Round employees
- Housing Type: Mix of assisted and independent housing
- Typical Season: April 30th – September 30th
- Types of Jobs
- CDL Driver-Guides
- Sales Desk Representatives
- Tour Desk Representatives
- Dock Representatives
- Operations Supervisors
- Fleet Detail Crew
There are many options for housing due to the seasonal nature of the Legislative Session that compliments the tour season. We provide you with options to connect with other employees and arrange shared housing or to look for housing independently. This allows you the freedom to choose your roommates and housemates. The average cost of housing is $400/month. You may search apartment listings in our local newspaper, the Juneau Empire, by logging onto www.juneauempire.com.
For Driver-Guides, roundtrip transportation is provided to and from Seattle, with a fixed additional rate provided from recruiting divisions. For those Driver-Guides that would like to make their own way to and from Alaska, a fixed rate reimbursement will be provided.
Why Work in Juneau?Glacier Flightseeing
River Rafting / Kayaking
Zip Line Tours
Mountain Tram Rides
Other Travel Opportunities Include…
Yukon Queen II, Dawson City, YT
There are many Juneau specific benefits provided for those who work for Holland America-Princess including free or reduced excursions:
The Juneau Day Off Guide has more great recreation ideas!