Alaska Public Media (AKPM) is launching a three to five-year potentially $15 million campaign for the purpose of creating a $10M endowment and generating $5M in working capital. The campaign is additive to the private funding AKPM currently raises annually (approximately $2 - $3 million). The Comprehensive Campaign Director or Manager will report to the President and CEO and work with the Director of Development, members of the Campaign Steering Committee, other members of the development team, AKPM’s, Board Members and other non-Board campaign fundraising volunteers to help implement this exciting transformational effort.
The individual selected for this position will serve as the principal administrative lead for the comprehensive campaign of a broad-based public media organization that delivers television, radio, and web content. AKPM is the source for NPR radio and PBS television for South Central Alaska and stewards the statewide news network.
The Comprehensive Campaign Director or Manager is a fulltime position, based in our Anchorage headquarters. The ideal candidate will have a multi-year background in nonprofit fundraising and prior experience working on or contributing to a campaign. The main responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: creating, managing/tracking and helping to implement the moves management process for several hundred campaign prospects; preparing for and arranging campaign cultivation and solicitation meetings and events with those prospects; creating, producing and distributing campaign reports (both standardized and ad hoc/on request) from stand-alone tracking systems and from the Allegiance donor database); and other duties to ensure the campaign meets its internal deadlines and financial goals.
The CCD Will:
Collaborate with Development and Executive staff who have the primary relationships with the prospects to create, record, track and manage moves management plans for each prospect on a regular basis. Create, develop and maintain tracking and reporting systems that will support a successful campaign. (25%)
With other staff and/or volunteers, plan and coordinate Campaign cultivation events; work with Steering Committee, Board and Development staff to ensure timely and appropriate follow-up for each prospect attending each event. (25%)
Coordinate and follow up with Board Members and others who have volunteered to assist in different campaign cultivation and solicitation capacities. Track each volunteer’s needs for support, reports, next steps, and outcomes. Communicate directly with volunteers as needed. (25%)
Identify, research, and prepare lists of prospects for committees, board members and fundraising volunteers. Committees will include Campaign Cabinet and Major Gifts Committee. (10%)
Work with President & CEO, Director of Development, Steering Committee and Board Members to create and maintain Campaign 21 printed and digital collateral (i.e. website) as required by donors and prospects. Draft and distribute quarterly Campaign electronic newsletters to donors and prospects. (10%)
Work with CFO to ensure gifts are reconciled accurately and on a timely basis. (5%)
Other duties as assigned.
Duties and Responsibilities
In addition to the above functions, the Comprehensive Campaign Director will:
Represent AKPM in partnership with the President & CEO, CDO, and Board of Directors.
Ensure maintenance and back-up of all development-related databases and files.
Monitor yearly comprehensive campaign budgets in order to make spending adjustments as needed.
Coordinate with CFO to monitor, evaluate, and report on revenue generating activities.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Commitment to mission, vision, and values of Alaska Public Media.
Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience.
Broad understanding of non-profit development and marketing
Three years’ experience in development
Strong written and oral skills
CFRE accreditation or desire to achieve accreditation
Master’s degree in business administration, non-profit management or other related field
Prior public radio and/or public television development and marketing experience
Additional Salary Information: 401K, Paid employee group health
About Alaska Public Media
Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. (APTI) is the parent company of KAKM Channel 7 public television, KSKA 91.1 FM public radio and the statewide news network. .APTI's mission is to inspire, educate, inform and connect community.