University of Alaska Southeast

Job Posting

Company: Renewable Energy Alaska Project
Location: Anchorage, AK
Position: Development Director
Requirements: See job description

Clean Energy Job Announcement

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is recruiting for a Development Director. REAP
is a statewide, non-profit education and advocacy group for clean energy with a 15-year
history of accomplishments. The Development Director reports directly to the Executive
Director, but interacts on a daily basis with other staff that work on energy education,
policy and operations.

REAP Development Director

Reports to the Executive Director

Key Responsibilities:
- Develop and expand REAP’s organizational membership and corporate support
- Develop and expand REAP’s major donor program and other individual giving
- Develop and expand other giving programs, including Pick.Click.Give., Tour Green,
matching gifts, and combined federal campaign
- Administer and maintain REAP’s donor database
- Research and develop grant proposals
- Administer and maintain REAP’s website
- Administer and maintain REAP’s social media accounts
- Prepare and distribute a monthly electronic newsletter and assist with other public
relations and marketing efforts, including developing materials for fundraising
- Assist with board activities and provide support to board committees
- Assist with organizational budgeting and administration of contributed income,
including providing timely and accurate quarterly reports
- Recruit, utilize and manage volunteers
- Assist with events and office management tasks as needed

Required Skills and Experience:
- Superb writing skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Excellent in-person and electronic communication skills
- Experience successfully using database management software
- Social media, marketing, and content creation experience
- Experience in basic website maintenance
- Understanding of basic fundraising practices, including prospect identification,
solicitation, cultivation, acknowledgment, stewardship, reporting, and ethical
- Bachelor’s degree or five years of experience in a relevant field
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Additional Preferred Skills and Experience:
- Grant writing and/or other fundraising experience
- Knowledge of Alaska energy institutions and infrastructure
- Experience working with non-profits
- Proficiency in NationBuilder, QuickBooks, WordPress and Adobe Creative Suite or
other graphic design software

Compensation: This is a permanent, full time position. Salary is commensurate with
experience and qualifications. Includes paid personal leave and holidays and retirement benefits
but not health care coverage.

Application Deadline: Applications for this position will be accepted until 5:00 pm November 29, 2019.

Application Process: Please send cover letter, résumé, writing sample and four references,
including at least one letter of recommendation in PDF form to , or mail to
the following address:

Renewable Energy Alaska Project
Attn: Greg Stiegel
308 G Street, Suite 225
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

The job description with all relevant information can be found here:

Contact: Greg Stiegel
Contact at: 907-929-7770, ext. 1
Closing Date: November 29, 2019 5:00 pm