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Jobs with Peter Pan Seafoods

Peter Pan Seafoods Inc. has been in business since 1914. The company's first product was Double Q canned salmon, which sold for nine cents per can. Today, Peter Pan Seafoods is one of the leading companies in the Alaska fishing industry. Its workers are responsible for catching and processing large quantities of Cod, Crab, Halibut, Pollock, and Salmon.

Working at Peter Pan Seafoods

Peter Pan is an equal opportunity employer and a great place to look for Alaska fishing industry job opportunities. The company complies with all federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other criteria set out in the legislation. All candidates for a position with Peter Pan Seafoods must be 18 years of age or older and legally entitled to work in the United States. All prospective employees are required to pass a company physical before being hired. Passing a pre-employment drug test is also required.

Peter Pan Seafoods hires workers to process seafood at processing plants on an almost year-round basis. This kind of work isn't for everyone, since working in a fish cannery is very physically demanding. Unless you can work long hours in a cold, wet, noisy working environment, you should probably move on to a different type of job opportunity.

Work gloves, hair nets, and ear plugs are provided by the company. Each worker is issued rain wear and boots, which must be returned at the end of the season.

Hours of work vary depending on the amount of fish available for processing. The work week runs seven days, and workers are expected to work when required.

Workers are paid either union rate wages or the Alaska state wage rate, whichever one is higher. Overtime is paid at a rate of time and a half if a worker puts in more than 40 hours per week.

The company provides room and board for workers. Meals are eaten in a company mess hall. Peter Pan Seafoods provides bedding and towels, and laundry facilities are available at each work location. The company also pays transportation costs from Seattle for employees; in the case of workers from Alaska transportation is provided from their home.

Using alcohol, possessing a firearm or illegal drugs on company property is expressly prohibited. Any of these violations are grounds for immediate dismissal.

How to Apply for a Job at Peter Pan Seafoods

Applying for a job at Peter Pan Seafoods is a simple matter of visiting the Employment Application page on the company website and filling out the online form.