Alaska Public Media (AKPM) seeks a Chief Finance Officer: an energetic, innovative professional who will serve as our principal finance and administration leader. The successful candidate will have a strong role on a great management team with a supportive CEO at a joint licensee with a growing and well-respected online platform, serving a vibrant, diverse community.
AKPM is based in Anchorage, a community that offers the sophistication of a diverse metropolitan area and proximity to an incredible environment for outdoor enthusiasts.
We are the source for NPR and PBS for South Central Alaska. We operate a Statewide News network and a shared television service with KTOO/Juneau and KYUK/Bethel. AKPM and its affiliates deliver content that reaches 97% of the Alaska population.
The CFO supervises the finance unit and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The CFO reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and directly assists on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding for Alaska Public Media.
The CFO will join a collaborative leadership team and will have primary responsibility for critical elements of our organization, including business development, budget planning and implementation, preparation and presentation of financial reports for the AKPM board of directors and committees, oversight and management of internal control and compliance, and supervision and leadership for financial staff.
This position offers a very competitive compensation and benefit plan. For a full description and listing of required and desired qualifications, click here.
To apply, send your application with cover letter and resume to AKPM@netaconsulting.org
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AKPM is an equal opportunity employer.
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Summer 2019 Intern
We appreciate all who have applied for the summer 2019 internship. The application period is now closed. Check back next winter for the 2020 application.