Initial Wage Range:  $17.00 to $21.00 per hour

Working Conditions:  Seasonal employment from May 1st through October 7th, 2022.  Five days a week including weekends with 1/2 hour lunches.  35-40 hours per week.

Supervisor:  Customer Service Manager

Organizational Unit:  Customer Service Department

Essential Duties and Responsibilities – Cashier/Receptionist:

  • Provide rotational coverage of Cashier and Receptionist positions.
  • Review rental agreements and accompanying documents for accuracy.
  • Transferring data from paper into a database with time limits.
  • Assist Customer Service staff with rental pick ups and returns.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities – Client Record Maintenance:

  • Accurately maintain client files.
  • Keep information confidential.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Must be 21 years of age.
  • Must be able to consistently present the business in a positive and upbeat style.
  • Ability to accurately account for cash and other financial transactions.
  • Ability to pay consistent attention to detail.
  • Extremely organized and accurate.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work well with others as well as alone.
  • Familiarity with computers and word processing with knowledge of Microsoft Word.
  • Able to accurately type 40 words per minute.
  • Must have consistent and reliable work attendance and be to work on time.
  • Must be able to punch in and out for the workday and for your lunch break.
  • Must be able to work through October 7th, including weekends and holidays.



  • High School diploma.



  • 2 years office and clerical experience, with 1 to 2 years customer service experience.


* Certain restrictions, qualifications, and limitations may apply.  All bonus program wages are earned as outlined in the current Great Alaskan Holidays, Inc. Employee Policies and Procedures Manual.  The wages per hour presented in this publication represent the earning potential for this position if these conditions of employment are met.

Employee Benefits  –  Employee recognition program, Company-sponsored luncheons

Training  –  Training is the key to employee and company success.  At Great Alaskan Holidays, each employee is trained for the duties and responsibilities of their position in the interest of safety, employee satisfaction, and company success.

Bonus  –  Great Alaskan Holidays offers a substantial bonus program for Seasonal team members.  The end-of-season, safety, and wellness bonus program starts no earlier than May 1st, or the date of hire, whichever is later.

Full Time of Part Time  –  Full time hours are an average of 28-45 hours per week.  Part time hours are negotiable.

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