Fire Crew Needed!

Chugachmiut   Anchorage, AK   Temporary     Farming / Fishing / Forestry
Posted on January 11, 2023
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Spend the summer in beautiful Kenai, Alaska, and be part of Chugachmiut's world-class Fire Team! You will live in Chugachmiut's state-of-the-art Fire Camp and enjoy all that Alaska offers.

We are looking for entry-level and experienced firefighters, module leaders, squad bosses, superintendents, and assistant superintendents. All positions are eligible for Chugachmiut's pension plan, and leadership positions are fully benefited even during the off-season!

Please visit our website to look over our open positions, and if you are interested, please complete an application!

For questions regarding our fire positions or any open positions, please get in touch with the Director of Human Resources, Jennifer Wilber, at 

Chugachmiut has a hiring preference for qualified Alaska Native and American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.

​Notice to Applicant: 

All applicants offered employment with Chugachmiut will be subject to a background investigation. Offers of employment are contingent on successfully completing a background investigation conducted per Chugachmiut policy.

Every offer of employment with Chugachmiut will be made contingent on a background investigation. The nature and extent of the investigation will depend on the job duties of the position for which an offer is made.


Information obtained from a background investigation will be considered for employment as permitted by federal and state law and per Chugachmiut’s policy.

Information will be reviewed to determine the following:

  • Whether an individual made false statements or material omissions on an application for employment or during an interview;
  • Whether an applicant or employee, based on the job duties of the position in question, poses a threat to security and/or employee safety in the workplace; and
  • The likelihood of an applicant or employee being successful and productive on the job.


Chugachmiut participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with the Form I-9 information to confirm authorization to work in the United States once a candidate is hired. If E-Verify cannot confirm authorization to work, written instructions will be provided, and an opportunity to contact the Department of Homeland Security or Social Security Administration for resolution.