If working in a results-oriented, professionally challenging environment appeals to you, consider joining our team. We work in a range of settings, including the North Slope of Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay and our offices in Anchorage and Palmer.
None at this time.
We regularly recruit and place qualified professionals in automation positions including:
- Systems design
- Project management
- Application programming
- Systems programming
- Graphics development
- Database development
- OT cyber security
- Process safety
- Field start-up and checkout
- Systems support
- Project engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Instrumentation engineering
- Industrial data analytics
- Machine learning
Why work with us
We are the team that solves problems for some of the world’s largest companies and is a trusted advisor for the operators of the Prudhoe Bay oil field.
You’ll be a member of a supportive team that is committed to your success and growth – when one person wins, we all win.
Be a part of the company that is an industry pioneer and is driving improvements in Alaska’s oil operations.
Head north. At 61 degrees north, Anchorage lies slightly farther north than Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki and Saint Petersburg.
Anchorage gives you a view of six mountain ranges: The Chugach, Kenai, Talkeetna, Tordrillo, Alaska and Aleutian.
Bear country! Approximately 250 black bears and 60 grizzly bears live within urban Anchorage and the surrounding area.
Moose on the loose: Majestic and a common sight, more than 250 moose call Anchorage their summer home. Winter attracts around 1,500.
Living in Anchorage
Anchorage offers a heady mix of outdoor adventure and culturally rich city life—art galleries and an inspired restaurant scene—all with a small-town vibe.
Anhorage is home to all the stunning beauty that the US’s last unspoiled wilderness has to offer.
Short, warm summers that are perfect for festivals and al fresco dining make way for dynamic winters ideal for snowmachining, hockey and skiing North America’s longest continuous double black run at Alyeska Resort.
Working on “the slope”
Working in an oil and gas facility in Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay – aka “the slope” – offers attractive lifestyle opportunities to people from across the country. Jobs typically run on a two weeks on, two weeks off rotation, with 12-hour shifts each day. All-you-can-eat, restaurant-quality meals are served four times daily to support 24-hour operations. Accommodation is dormitory-style and flights on chartered jets to and from Anchorage and the slope are provided by the client.
Glacier Services Inc. is part of The Koniag Energy and Water Services sector and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koniag, Inc., an Alaska Native Regional Corporation (ANC) formed pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA).
Contact us today to see how we can help you!
ADDRESS: 1977 E. Bogard Rd. Wasilla, AK. 99654