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Jobs with Unisea in Dutch Harbor

Unisea has been in business since 1974. The company converted a Liberty Ship from the Second World War into a seafood processing vessel.

The ship, called the Barge Unisea, was towed to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, in July of 1975. It started processing seafood products in October of that year.

Unisea also operates a cold storage and processing plant in Redmond, Washington. The company's administrative offices are located next to the processing plant. The Barge Unisea is no longer in use, but company employees are hard at work processing up to 1,200 metric tons of fish each day. The company processes pollock, halibut, cod, snow crab, Alaska king crab and fish oil.

Working at Unisea

Prospective Unisea employees must possess the following qualifications to be considered for employment with the company:

  1. At least 18 years of age
  2. Be able to pass a drug screening test
  3. Legally able to work in the United States

People who are hired to work at Unisea receive competitive pay. They are also entitled to participate in an excellent benefits plan that includes the following:

  1. 401(k) plan
  2. Accidental death and dismemberment coverage
  3. Business travel insurance
  4. Dental coverage
  5. Medical insurance
  6. Pension plan
  7. Term life insurance
  8. Vision coverage

Employees who choose to contribute to the 401(k) plan can elect to contribute any percentage of their wages they wish.

The company will match the employee's contribution on a dollar-for-dollar basis up to five percent of their wages.

Employees travel by air to Alaska to work for Unisea. The company pays for airfare from Seattle, Washington, to the work site in Alaska. When the work term specified in the employee's contract has concluded or if the employee is laid off, the company will pay for return airfare.

While at the Alaska job site, workers are housed in dormitory-style accommodation. Meals are served in a company cafeteria at no charge. The company also provides free laundry service, pillows, blankets, and sheets to its employees. Unisea also provides protective gear to workers at the seafood processing plant.

*Check the Unisea website for current details as benefit programs change occasionally.

Jobs Available at Unisea

Unisea has between 600-1,200 employees. This company hires both skilled and unskilled workers. Administrative, technical and executive positions may also be available from this employer.

How to Apply for a Job at Unisea

People who are interested in working for Unisea in the seafood processing plant must apply in person. The company holds recruiting sessions in various parts of the United States. Information, including dates, times and locations, are posted on the company website.