Working Title: Life Income Gift Manager Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001632-Gift Planning Personnel area: University Administration
The Life Income Gift Manager is a member of the Office of Gift Planning (OGP) for Johns Hopkins University and Medicine. This central unit of the Development and Alumni Relations Office (DAR) is responsible for management, administration, execution and oversight of all gift planning activities for Johns Hopkins. The position reports to the Director of Fiduciary Services and is a member of the Fiduciary Services Team. The Life Income Gift Manager handles the administration of all life income gifts (charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, pooled income funds, and outside managed trusts) to Johns Hopkins, and provides support on life income gifts to its affiliated hospitals.
I. NEW GIFT SUPPORT (35%)
Serves as primary contact for repeat life income gift donors throughout the gift process.
Produces gift planning calculations, correspondence, and other necessary materials needed by donors, their advisors, or internal colleagues.
Prepares final gift illustrations, tax documentation, and annuity contracts for all life income gifts for the office. Coordinates preparation and signature of contracts.
Provides instructions and monitors transfer of securities to fund life income gifts; alerts Director of Fiduciary Services if donor is interested in funding a life income gift with complex assets.
Works with outside counsel to provide appropriate documentation to donors who make a gift of their income interest in life income gifts.
Responds to incoming new gift inquiries to the office when a Gift Planning Advisor is unavailable.
II. GIFT PLANNING ADMINISTRATION (35%)
Oversees the administration of all life income gifts (charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, pooled income funds, and outside managed trusts) to Johns Hopkins Institutions (both the University and Hospital) for routine matters.
Serves as the office's primary liaison for routine matters with vendor that assists Johns Hopkins with the management and investment of its life income gifts.
Provides Office of the Treasurer, Chief Investment Office, General Accounting, and audit team with information necessary for life income gift reporting.
Coordinates annual report to trust donors; responds to all inquiries from life income gift donors who have questions about their payments, documentation, or banking information.
Upon termination of life income gifts, coordinates severance of gift, asset transfer to assure that school/division receives proper amount due to it, gift and tax documentation, collection of beneficiary payments and all other matters concerning the termination of all life income gifts.
Coordinates charitable gift annuity registration with vendor and internal colleagues. This includes preparation of annual and quarterly reports to states that require registration to keep the University compliant.
Tracks all outside managed trusts.
III. OFFICE OF GIFT PLANNING (30%)
In conjunction with the Director of Fiduciary Services and others, assists with the strategy and implementation of ongoing gift planning initiatives, including:
Annual Gift Annuity Solicitation: Assists the OGP's marketing team with annual solicitation of current gift annuity donors.
Training: Along with other members of the OGP, conducts semi-annual training class for DAR colleagues on life income gifts.
Prepares timely and accurate monthly gift activity report for OGP; supplies critical, detailed data for OGP's annual reporting.
Serves as a member of the office's fiduciary services team and a resource to team members about various gift planning vehicles, asset transfers and audit issues and other matters.
Trains, and delegates work to, the Fiduciary Services Coordinator with respect to life income gift administration and outside managed trusts.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required with a minimum of one year of relevant experience. Additional experience may substitute for education.
Able to work with minimal supervision, manage projects and determine priorities, and maintain a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality.
Possesses strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with broadly diverse groups of constituents including donors, alumni, patients, faculty, professional advisors, hospital and university administration, fundraising colleagues and institutional leadership.
Demonstrates strong organizational and time management skills to successfully handle a wide variety of responsibilities.
Understands complex institutional environments.
JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. Additional related experience may substitute for required education on the same basis. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
Internal Number: 16888-en_US
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