Homer, Alaska (click here to expand all)
Where is Homer, Alaska?
Homer, Alaska is located at the southern tip of the Kenai
Peninsula, 225 miles south of Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city. It is
accessible by car, plane, or boat. There is daily bus service via Homer Stage Lines 907-235-7009. Also, Homer is
accessible via the Alaska Marine Highway System, 1-800-382-9229,
www.akferry.com and www.akmhs.com.
There are numerous flights daily to Homer and reservation can be confirmed via
Alaska Airlines, 1-800-426-0333, www.alaska-air.com
and their subsidiary, ERA Aviation, 1-800-866-8394,
Where are the Cook Inlet Buying Stations for Icicle Seafoods,
The main buying station is located in Homer at 842 Fish Dock
Road at the end of the Homer Spit. We maintain buying stations in Ninilchik, 40
miles north of Homer, and beach sites at Coho Beach, Salamatoff, Kalifornsky
Beach and the Kasilof Barge. They are all located between 40-80 miles north of
Homer in the Kenai area. Transportation is provided to the other sites as
What type of work is available for employees?
The Cook Inlet Buying stations are responsible for offloading
fish to be shipped to our processing plant in Seward. Responsibilities include,
but are not limited to, pitching, icing, sorting and grading fish according to
species and quality. We do not guarantee the amount of hours available to work.
At the end of our salmon season, workers may have the option of being
transferred to the Seward Plant to continue working.
Can a person be hired over the telephone and guaranteed work
prior to arriving?
No, we do not conduct interviews or hire employees over the
telephone or Internet. We only conduct interviews in person at the Homer Office
and do not guarantee that there will be work available when you arrive.