Fairbanks Seasonal Jobs
Since it’s located farther north in Alaska and nearer to the Arctic Circle, Fairbanks is the perfect spot to view the Northern Lights in the winter and the midnight sun in the summer. The close proximity to both the Arctic wilderness and Denali National Park means that Fairbanks is a hub for Alaskan adventures. From panning for gold or fishing on a wild river, Fairbanks provides endless opportunity to explore the great outdoors. View the Aurora and Midnight Sun Tracker here.
What To Do
Fairbanks offers amenities and adventure in a style that is authentically Alaskan. At latitude 64, Fairbanks is located in the heart of Alaska, providing a central basecamp for once-in-a-lifetime excursions.
Explore! Drive 198 miles north of Fairbanks to reach the Arctic Circle, or drive 120 miles south to reach Denali (also known as Mt. McKinley), the tallest peak of the Americas.
Get local. Local activities range from bicycling, kayaking, paddle boarding and hiking to visiting one of Alaska’s top 10 museums. Mix in some culinary adventures by enjoying one of the local eateries or food trucks.
Fairbanks Princess Lodge
The Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge is the premier hotel in the “Golden Heart City,” the perfect spot to view the Northern Lights. Come discover the natural wonders within Alaska’s wilderness, and find your natural habitat.
Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center
Fairbanks offers a little bit of everything from urban luxuries to rustic adventure. The Fairbanks Westmark Inn is the perfect jumping off point for those wanting to explore Denali National Park and Preserve. The Westmark’s location makes it possible to take in the nightlife or catch a free concert at Pioneer Park in the evening.
Fairbanks Transportation & Guest Services
As an employee of the Fairbanks Transportation & Guest Services Team, you will have many opportunities to explore local activities and to participate in company sponsored events. Come prepared to make new friends and explore the far north.