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Seasonal Café Crew – Anacortes
EXPERIENCE: EXPERIENCE STRONGLY PREFERRED
DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: Now through September
Do you want to spend your summer on the water watching whales? If you answered yes, then we have the job for you!
We are a seasonal (February - October) whale watching company located in Anacortes, WA looking to hire individuals to work in our cafe/galley aboard the Island Explorer 5.
Transfer supplies to boat from warehouse each morning
Prepare cafe area and food items for upcoming tour
Serve as cashier for food orders using Square system
Perform light line-handling while undocking and docking the vessel
Properly store food and clean cafe at end of tour
If time permits, assist other crew members with closing duties as necessary
Take inventory of boat supplies and make note of what is needed from the office
Must be 21 years or older
Must have Washington Food Worker Card and MAST 12 Mixologist Permit or obtain one immediately after hire
Prior food service experience strongly preferred
Must be friendly, outgoing, enthusiastic, and courteous in dealing with guests and co-workers
Must work well in a team environment
Must be available to work long hours during peak season, including weekends and holidays
Must not get seasick
Learn about our whale watching tours.
One of the best opportunities to see wild orcas is right here in the San Juan Islands, March through October. The Salish Sea is home to one of the richest varieties of marine life on the planet. There's no better place to view the booming population of Bigg's, or mammal-eating killer whales. In addition to orcas, humpback whales, minke whales, and gray whales are also frequently seen throughout the year.
The greatest whale watching value in the state - just 30 minutes from Seattle! This special limited season focuses on gray whales that migrate along the west coast, stopping to feed in local waters on their way back to Alaska. While it's possible to see orcas, minkes, or humpbacks as well, our Everett tour is specifically designed to highlight the feeding gray whales of Puget Sound that visit for just a few short months each year.