Job Announcement: Lead Maintenance Technician, Ketchikan (Permanent)

The Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association (SSRAA) has an opening for
a Lead Maintenance Technician with the Facilities and Infrastructure Department and
will consider a maintenance technician and train.

SSRAA operates seven hatcheries and several remote release sites within southern
Southeast Alaska. This department serves all of SSRAA. This position is based in
Ketchikan, AK. This position will work on projects at other SSRAA remote facilities which
will involve travel by boat or small aircraft. Desired skills include knowledge of
construction techniques including: carpentry, welding, plumbing, basic electrical,
maintaining preventative maintenance records, use of hand and power tools, and
project planning. In addition to maintenance responsibilities, this position may, on
occasion, assist with various fish culture activities and will be expected to perform other
duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate must have the ability to develop healthy working relationships with
vendors, contractors, co-workers, other SSRAA departments, and have the willingness to
share knowledge and skills. The successful candidate must have or be able to obtain an
Alaska Driver’s License and all applicants may undergo a background check.

Starting wage range is $20.29/hr-30.75/hr DOE. Benefits include: health, dental, life,
long-term disability insurance, participation in a 403b retirement plan, and personal and
sick leave accrual.  Positions within the Facilities and Infrastructure Department will be
required to submit to pre-employment drug screening.

SSRAA is an equal opportunity employer.  Applicants should send or email a completed
SSRAA application, cover letter, and resume to the addresses provided below. A job
description is available on request.

Applications are available at:

For more information contact:

Ted Addington
SSRAA Facilities Engineer
Tel. (907) 225-9800, (907) 617-7356
14 Borch St
Ketchikan, AK 99901