Identifies, cultivates, solicits, stewards and reports on major donors/prospects and planned gift/prospects.
Develops and executes comprehensive plans for soliciting and securing major and planned gifts from individuals including, but not limited to, on air efforts (KAKM and KSKA), digital initiatives including web, social media and e-mail, community networking/education/events, and direct mail efforts.
Tracks AKPM endowment fund at Alaska Community Foundation.
Is responsible for individual major donor correspondence, gift proposals, and stewardship.
Works closely with Director of Member Engagement and others on the Development and Marketing team to progress individuals through a donor lifespan
Represents AKPM at appropriate company and community functions.
Produces/tracks/reports major and planned gifts budget and performance analysis.
Coordinates with Database Manager on major giving related tracking.
Manages related revenue and expenses and coordinates with Accountant on reporting and reconciliation.
Is lead in creating and executing major donor events.
Briefs CEO on major and planned giving donor/prospect background and related fundraising activity.
In addition to the above functions, the Director of Major and Planned Giving will:
Oversee staff activity in support of Major and Planned Giving and that of volunteers relative to same.
Develop and manage donor portfolio and coordination of Board and community member support of same.
Facilitate as assigned major giving initiatives around capital funding and special projects.
Support Chief Development and Marketing Officer
Proven track-record of donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
Passion for public media.
Goal-oriented, creative, motivated skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Proven track-record of major giving donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
Possess exceptional time management, prioritization and problem solving skills.
Strong work ethic.
Commitment to AKPM mission and ability to articulate.
Experience working in public media.
Active public broadcasting listener/viewer.
Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) training or other, similar credentials
Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. (APTI) is the parent company of KAKM Channel 7 public television, KSKA 91.1 FM public radio and the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN).APTI's mission is to inspire, educate, inform and connect community.