Love Sitka? Want to support one of the best radio stations in the US? Raven Radio seeks an enthusiastic, self-motivated team member to join our team as our Development Coordinator.
This part-time position, under the guidance of KCAW’s Development Director and General Manager, will learn the workings of KCAW-FM’s development department. A successful candidate in this role will find out how different types of fundraisers work, such as on-air drives, underwriting, direct mail, and special events. This role coordinates projects on several levels – locally and regionally, with CoastAlaska development staff.
This position is meant to provide on-the-job training and mentorship to someone interested in starting a career in public radio and/or nonprofit fundraising – there are great candidates who might not check all these boxes or who have skills and valuable experiences we haven’t named here.
If that’s you and you’re on the fence about pursuing this opportunity, please don’t hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself.
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
Not having a public radio or fundraising background should not stop anyone from applying. We’re looking for someone who has a passion for community, creative media, and KCAW’s mission. Our goal is to create – and maintain – a work environment where people collaborate, share ideas, support one another, and otherwise lift each other up.
We’re truly looking for someone who has a passion for community, radio, and KCAW’s mission. If you have these qualities, this job is for you:
- Familiarity with KCAW and Southeast Alaska: We’re looking for someone who understands some of the history, sound, and programming of Raven Radio and knows about the region we serve.
- Teamwork: The Development Coordinator works with the Volunteer Coordinator and Operations Director on programming adjustments, food donations, and volunteer scheduling for on air drives – we support each other.
- Service-oriented: you like to help others. You feel comfortable working with people of all skill levels, across a whole spectrum of accommodations.
- Organized: you can keep track of many projects and follow through on deadlines. You also can ask for help when you see a need for it.
- Willing to grow: you are open to different ideas and ways of working, and accept meaningful feedback.
- Versatile: you are comfortable with working alone and working with others on a variety of projects.
- Switching gears: you feel comfortable with multitasking and working on several projects at …….