Careers and Opportunities

Sealaska is recruiting qualified applicants with experience for a broad range of positions throughout the enterprise.
Rigel Shaw is a former Sealaska intern now working for Sealaska Environmental Services
As one of the largest for-profit, private employer in Southeast Alaska, Sealaska is a vital contributor to the region's economy and employs more than 1,000 people worldwide.
 
Sealaska recognizes the importance of supporting Alaska Native people and follows a shareholder employment policy. According to this policy, Sealaska will give preference to a shareholder over a non-shareholder candidate, but only in that instance where there are two equally qualified applicants. We support shareholder hiring in all of our offices but always look to hire the best candidates and encourage all to apply.
 
 
Aside from job postings, Sealaska offers other benefits for shareholders. Since 1981, Sealaska has paid more than $12 million in scholarships benefitting hundreds of shareholders and their descendants. Sealaska also provides job training and work experience through a variety of internships.