Assistant Office Manager


  • Maintain accurate records of all product produced and shipped on a daily basis.
  • Work with Production staff in determining appropriate production accounting/tally computations.
  • Accurately complete vessel's bi weekly payroll as required by Seattle Office.
  • Monitor vessel accounting transactions so that they will conform to company procedures and policies.
  • Relay information to Seattle office and other company locations as required in a timely manner.
  • Radio communications with shore plants and other vessels.
  • Sharp understanding of Innova system, extrapolation of data and troubleshooting.
  • Maintain confidential personnel and payroll records.
  • Other tasks as assigned by Vessel Manager.


  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Experience with accounting principles and practices.
  • Maintain a congenial rapport with fishermen and buyers.
  • Numerical aptitude and 10 key by touch.
  • Must be able to live and work in remote locations, confined quarters and share room with others.
  • Must be able to work independently requiring little supervision.
  • Energetic and efficient: Must be able to work 12 or more hours per day, 7 days a week in fast paced environment.
  • Micro-computer, spreadsheet, word processing experience required.
  • Payroll experience required.
  • Previous bookkeeping experience and knowledge of seafood industry.
  • Satisfactory completion of drug screen test.

Working Conditions

Must be able to work 7 days a week, 12-16 hours a day in wet, cold conditions. There are areas on the vesselthat contain moving and loud machinery, and hearing protection and other safety and protective equipment is required.


  • Depending on experience.
  • Transportation, room and board included.
  • Excellent benefits.

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