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Job Announcement: Program Administrator
The Prince William Sound Stewardship Foundation seeks an administrator to assist with multiple facets of the organization’s operations. The position is part-time (average 15 hrs/week, $25/hr) on a contract basis from November 1 through April 28. Pay is negotiable and contract extensions are possible. We are seeking an applicant who can attend meetings, events, and field work in Prince William Sound, Alaska. 
About Us
PWSSF is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to keeping Prince William Sound healthy, clean, and wild, for all to enjoy. Our work includes public education, marine debris clean-up, invasive species treatment, trail maintenance, restoration, and much more. We accomplish our work through partnership development, fundraising, and a growing network of volunteers. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors consists of educators, business owners, guides, commercial fishers, and land management professionals, and we work closely with state and federal agencies, nonprofits, and others in the Prince William Sound region.
Job Description
We seek an energetic and flexible person who can help grow our revenue base, build our membership, and coordinate our growing array of projects in Prince William Sound. The successful candidate will be a quick study with great communication skills, solid fundraising abilities, and sharp organizational focus. Social media prowess and grant-writing experience are major pluses. Must also be willing to engage in exciting and ambitious projects in Prince William Sound. The employee will work remotely.
Duties include:
  • Attend monthly Board of Directors meetings. Work directly with Board subcommittees on fundraising, membership, social media, and other projects.
  • Help coordinate fall fundraising and membership drives, which include outreach to corporate sponsors, email alerts to our growing contact list, social media outreach, and possible event planning. Fundraising is done in coordination with the Board of Directors.
  • Seek grant opportunities and work with Board members on grant applications.
  • Grow our social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  • Help write and format newsletters, fundraising materials, and other public communications.
  • Administer existing databases for fundraising, membership, and volunteer networks.
  • Help subcommittees coordinate projects such as the annual PWS Natural History Symposium and volunteer-based projects in the Sound.
  • Other administrative and field duties as assigned.
This position reports to the Board President and the Executive Committee. Application period is open now and closes October 10th. Position begins November 1st.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to:


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