Chapter Job Center

The AFP Alaska Chapter hosts a job board for Alaska nonprofits. Costs are $50 for one month or $99 for 3 months posting. Your posting will be reviewed by our administrator before it is published.

All submissions must comply with the AFP Code of Ethical Standards. Please click here to submit posting and payment.

Chief Executive Officer - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska

Closes: 1/15/2021
Salary Range: $100,000-$120,000 DOE

BBBSAK and For The Kids Foundation seek an experienced nonprofit leader to serve as their next CEO. The ideal candidate will be a compassionate leader who will bring a trauma-informed approach to the team; be able to configure BBBSAK’s philanthropic strategy and maintain fiscal stability through a turbulent time; bring a proven track record and deep commitment to establishing and stewarding long-term partnerships and donors; and have experience with recruiting and retaining high-quality staff.

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Trustee and Philanthropy Relations Manager - The Nature Conservancy Alaska

Closes: 1/13/2021
Salary Range: $60,300 DOE

We require a Bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience in fundraising, or an equivalent combination. Success in the position will require experience and skill with databases, generating reports as well as interpreting and analyzing data. This position requires a strong communication skills, both verbal and written, and a passion for both detail and process. The successful candidate will work collaboratively and influentially with Trustees, donors and colleagues.

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VP of Philanthropy & External Relations - Alaska Children's Trust

Closes: 2/28/2021
Salary Range: $80,000-95,000

(1) Over five years of major gifts experience or comparable direct work with helping high net-worth clients achieve their goals. (2) B.A. /B.S. degree or equivalent work experience. (3) CFRE preferred. (4) Experience managing staff, programs, timelines and budgets. (5) Familiarity with 501(c)(3) regulations and complex planned giving tools.

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Chief Advancement Officer - Alaska Pacific University

Closes: 3-31-2021
Salary Range: Open - $90,000 - $110,000

APU seeks a Chief Advancement Officer to advises the President on all matters pertaining to the University’s fundraising strategy and manage Advancement operations including Development and Alumni Relations, Marketing/Communications, and Sponsored Programs. The CAO has a unique opportunity to build advancement operations and initiatives to support the mission and strategic goals of the institution. Bachelor's degree and 10 years in related fields required. CFRE and/or CRA credentials preferred.

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