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|Date Posted: 2 months ago||Closing Date: January 30, 2023|
|Location: Anchorage, AK||Salary: $52,000.00 - $57,000.00 Exempt; salary|
|Status: Full time|
ACLT offers comprehensive benefits including: Healthcare coverage through Premera’s Blue Cross Plus Gold 500 plan with vision and dental included. Premium covered largely by employer. Paid Time Off accrued from first day of work at the following rates: 0 – 2 years of service- 5.54 hours/pay period, 144 hours/18 days annually. 2 -- 5 years of service- 7.38 hours/pay period, 192 hours/24 days annually. 5 -10+ years of service- 10 hours/pay period, 240 hours/30 days annually. In addition to PTO, ACLT offers generous family leave, bereavement, and jury duty policies, and observes 14 paid holidays and regular office closures.
|How to Apply:
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Kirk Rose at email@example.com. Interviews will begin the last week of January.
Anchorage Community Land Trust (ACLT) is a neighborhood-based non-profit in Anchorage that works with residents and business owners in targeted geographies to improve quality of life in their communities. For 19 years, ACLT has been disrupting concentrated poverty in Anchorage by making concentrated investments. ACLT’s investments are in targeted neighborhoods and are high impact, community-vetted and anchored in partnership. ACLT’s services fall into four core categories:
Real Estate: ACLT owns transformative properties, connects entrepreneurs to real estate, and invests in our neighborhood commercial corridors.
Organizing: ACLT works with neighbors to create grassroots networks and act as an advocate for issues that matter to our communities.
Neighborhood Improvements: ACLT works with neighbors to rejuvenate and invest in the spaces important to our communities.
Targeted Programs: ACLT runs high-impact programming grounded in our neighborhoods that aims to stand behind residents and address poverty and inequity. ACLT's flagship program is Set Up Shop, a program to empower neighborhood entrepreneurs to build the businesses of their dreams through a pipeline of services: training, technical assistance, lending, and real estate support. ACLT also operates Grow North Farm in partnership with Catholic Social Services, Anchorage's urban farm and marketplace for emerging food-based businesses.
ACLT has long empowered residents in its target neighborhoods to be the leaders of their community’s next steps. With a full-time staff of eight and a combined 40 years of experience working in our core communities, ACLT knows its neighborhoods deeply, and our earned trust allows our place-based initiatives to succeed. ACLT fills gaps and covers needs in grassroots community and economic development that no one else in Anchorage does. By supporting business creation, resident leadership, and better infrastructure, we build neighborhoods from within, and reverse the cycle of generational poverty.
For more information, visit https://www.anchoragelandtrust.org.
ACLT is seeking a Communications & Development Manager to support communications and fundraising work for the organization. The Communications & Development Manager will report to the Director of Communications & Development and will work closely with our CEO, as well as the entire ACLT staff team. Occasional evening and weekend work will be required, but the position will primarily work Monday-Friday during standard office hours. Remote work is possible for this position.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Supports the Director of Communications & Development in managing external communications.
Manage and develop external content and communications materials for the organization, including:
Managing social media content across multiple platforms
Assisting with press releases, media relations, and news coverage
Developing content for e-news
Managing website content
Assisting with design and management of collateral/printed materials
Coordinating photography and videography work for the organization
Helps develop strategic messaging for the organization, including external presentations and communications planning
Co-leads the planning and execution of external events, such our annual Neighborhood Hero Awards.
Works closely with the Director of Communications & Development and the CEO to support ACLT’s strategic fundraising
Supports the CEO & Director of Communications & Development in research and prospecting of new funders.
Supports grant writing and grant management activities for the organization
Assists leadership staff and Board of Directors in fund development planning for the organization
Supports the stewardship of funders and donors, including thank-you's and recognition
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Two years related professional experience, demonstrating experience in one or more of the following: community relations, communications and outreach, social media, storytelling, project management, grant writing, fundraising, and direct work with clients or community members.
Preferred Knowledge and Skills:
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop strong working relationships with clients, partners, and funders.
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Experience creating messaging and content for a variety of audiences
Experience in one or more of the following areas: Social media management, press/PR, grant writing, donor management, event management
Candidates with bilingual fluency and/or familiarity with ACLT’s neighborhoods are strongly encouraged to apply. ACLT’s core neighborhoods are Mountain View, Fairview, Spenard, and Muldoon