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*Effective 12/26/22 for Seafood Processors in Alaska.
Seafood processing is physically demanding, involves long hours, a cold, wet environment, and repetitive work. Please remember that there are no guaranteed work hours. When fish are available, you will be required to be ready and willing to work as directed.
Our shore plants offer dormitory style bunkhouses. Rooms are shared between 2-6 people. On our vessels, employees share small staterooms with 2-6 people in each room. Bathroom facilities are shared at all locations.
The schedule of locations, dates, and times of our interview events are listed here. We will be focusing on interviewing applicants for work as a Seafood Processor in Alaska. You must submit an online employment application BEFORE showing up for an interview. Please be sure to check back on our website for potential added recruiting trips throughout the season.
Seafood Processors in Alaska earn at least minimum wage, and any hours worked in excess of 8 per day or 40 per workweek shall be paid at the rate of one and one-half times the regular rate of pay. Payment on vessels can be case rate or hourly.
Trident’s employment seasons can be as short as two months or last as long as six months. A Season (Cod, Pollock, Crab): Hiring occurs October-December for work that will begin in December. B Season (Herring, Salmon): Hiring occurs March-June for work beginning in May or June. We will continue to hire throughout the seasons, however, this is when our interviews occur.
We cannot guarantee that you will be placed with your family or friend; however, if you would like to request this you need to let us know during your interview. If you are placed at the same location, we cannot guarantee that you will be in the same room.
All candidates are required to submit an application online to be considered for our open positions. To receive an interview, please select from one of the options below.