If you love independent journalism and are looking for the opportunity to bring your B2B selling tools to the media outlet you rely on every day, we would love to talk to you. We are a team of creative thinkers and doers who collaborate and share ideas- we care deeply about how we work together and rely on employee-inspired values to shape our working community. You’ll be proud to work in an environment where everyone feels their voice is heard and they belong. Based in the Anchorage area, you’ll spendAlaska Public Media, Inc.
The key role of this position is to handle the front desk at Alaska Public Media (AKPM). This includes but is not limited to: greeting members, visitors, radio and TV show guests; handling mail in and out; ordering office supplies; and handling calls coming into the main phone line. This position: Supports the Membership Development Team with assigned duties, such as helping members make donations, handling simple account changes, making updates to the membership database, opening customerAlaska Public Media, Inc.
Alaska Public Media is looking for a journalist eager to engage with and report on the communities and cultures within the state’s largest city. This is a chance for an ambitious journalist to report from a dynamic northern city at a high stakes time for many critical issues including homelessness, the economy and climate change. You’ll work closely with a team of city reporters who focus on local government, education and the economy. The Anchorage communities reporter is responsible for generatingAlaska Public Media, Inc.