Silver Bay Seafoods

  • Seafood Processor

    Seasonal Non-Exempt
  • Overview

    Silver Bay Seafoods is currently looking for individuals to work in our state of the art land based seafood processing facilities in Alaska. We have several different processing seasons and work can begin anywhere between mid March to early July and run until early August to mid to late September, depending on the processing season and facility location.  This job requires working constantly with hands, some heavy lifting, and standing for long periods of time. Employee must work quickly in order to meet production deadlines and shall have the ability to understand and follow instructions and safety rules. The work environment can be very wet, and cold. Transportation to and from the facilities from Seattle provided.



    Employee may be assigned to any tasks as needed. Tasks may include but not be limited to:

    • Panning fish
    • Grading fish
    • Work in Freezer
    • Roe basket gathering; must be able to carry 50 lbs.
    • Roe weighing and tally
    • Roe case-up
    • Fish case-up
    • Work out doors on the loading dock.
    • Labeling boxes;
    • Making boxes;
    • Placing boxes on pallets;
    • Moving pallets to container vans;
    • Hosing down production line;
    • Cleaning and disposing Herring parts;
    • Other tasks as needed.


    • Must be available to work the entire processing season they sign up for without leaving early.
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Must have valid proof of authorization to work in the United States.
    • Must be able to understand and speak basic English.
    • Must be able to perform repetitive work, stand, bend, twist and constantly work with your hands.
    • Must be able to work very long hours (up to 12-18 hours a day, 6-7 days a week) in cold, wet and humid conditions.
    • Must be able to lift heavy objects (up to 50 lbs.) and carry materials from one point to another.
    • Must be able to work well in close proximity with others.


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