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good pay, great food
Processor (Former Employee), Sitka, AlaskaDecember 10, 2013
Pros: free food and housing.
Cons: short breaks.
a typical day would be going to work for 7:00am and work 12 hours processing seafood. i learned about industrial freezers and compressors. Management was good, everyone knew what to in an emergency situation. co-workers were from all over the united states and came to make money in a short amount of time. hardest part of the job was dealing with the – more... cold, and the most enjoyable part of the job was you got paid every week. – less
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Hard work with good pay
Processor (Former Employee), Sitka, AKDecember 10, 2013
Pros: good food, great managers
Cons: standby time
Long hours and hard work, but with a very competent and understanding management team. Met and still correspond with
many friends from Silver Bay. The hardest part of the job would have to be the repetitive nature of the work. On the plus side, I had an opportunity to save alot of money which has come in handy between contracts.
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Dock Worker (Former Employee), Valdez, AKSeptember 15, 2013
Pros: fast money
Cons: hard work
Typical work day starts off with walking up at 9:00PM and working for 16 hours. every 4 hours you get a 15 min break and every 8 hour you get a 30min meal (break included in the meal)
The closest town is about a 10 min walk and a 20 min walk to the only Safeway around. which is also their biggest store.
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Productive and Accurate
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Sitka, AKAugust 26, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
long day starts at 6:AM to 10:30 PM.I learned from this job that I can stand longtime of hours and be Hard worker.
My co-workers are polite and good. The hardest part of this job is the loud voices environment but the most enjoyable part is experience and learning new things.

About Silver Bay Seafoods

Silver Bay Seafoods is an integrated processor of frozen, headed and gutted salmon for domestic and export markets. In 2008, the – Read more