We’re Hiring: KMTA is seeking a Development Manager

We're Hiring - Anchorage Outdoor School Program Manager Position

New Job Position Available with KMTA

KMTA’s Development Manager will focus on two primary objectives:

  • 1) leading the administration of our Community Based Grants Program
  • 2) supporting the cultivation of new donors to advance our impact

For our Grants Program, this includes preparing and maintaining all grant documents and records, promoting the program within the NHA communities, facilitating the evaluation and scoring of grant applications, issuing grant agreements, checking-in routinely with grant recipients, and managing grant reporting and reimbursement after projects are complete.

As it relates to broader fundraising support, you will be responsible for helping create and manage our prospect pipeline, drafting and designing a variety of high-quality donor communications, crafting strategic meeting prep materials, and managing data inputs/outputs to track progress to goals.

This is a year-round, hourly position with an anticipated average of 20-30 hours/week. The scope and salary of this role will be reviewed at least annually, and has potential to increase in hours depending on need and available funding.

The Development Manager will primarily work from home although travel to meetings throughout the Heritage Area may be required. Weekend and evening work may also be required; preference for applicants who live in or near one of the Heritage Area communities of Girdwood, Seward, Whittier, Hope, Cooper Landing, or Moose Pass.

The position is funded by the National Heritage Area Program and may alter due to circumstances surrounding funding.

Compensation is $27/hour; benefits include 6 paid holidays, paid-time off, Simple IRA with 3% company match, and a technology equipment stipend.

For a full job description please click below.  Deadline to apply is May 17th, 2022.