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Seafood processors perform a variety of manual labor tasks. Once the fishing fleet delivers seafood to our docks, our processing employees move the product through our production line until it is shipped in bulk to customers and cold storage facilities worldwide.
Seafood processing jobs are a great way to experience the beautiful landscape of remote, coastal Alaska, home to some of the world’s largest and most sustainable wild fisheries. This is a chance to work hard, meet a variety of people from around the world, and produce healthy protein for worldwide consumption. The Kodiak plant, known as Alaska Pacific Seafoods or APS, operates 12 months a year.
This posting is for local applicants, currently residing in Kodiak, AK.
The Assistant Chief Engineer oversees the safe operation, daily monitoring and maintenance of the processing plant. Under direction of the Chief Engineer, the assistant organizes, monitors, and supervises facility maintenance operations. The employee performs a variety of technical tasks relative to facility maintenance while providing assistance to the Chief Engineer.
The Kodiak plant, known as Alaska Pacific Seafoods or APS, operates 12 months a year, with peak production during the summer months.