The Planned Giving Coordinator will work with staff and other consultants on building a planned giving program at the museum. This will involve managing the administrative duties of the program, including but not limited to, letter generation, participation in design and production of online and printed materials, prospect identification, database management, and committees reporting. The Coordinator will share cultivation duties with other members of the Development team, which include phone calls and face to face meetings with donors and financial managers. The Coordinator will serve as the first stop at the museum for inquiries on planned giving.
The Planned Giving Coordinator is a Part-time position.
Build a planned giving program through analysis of current legacy society members, and the research and identification of prospects.
Work with the Development team on planning mailings, assessing the results of the mailings, and following up with prospects.
Collaborate with a team on the creation and coordination of Legacy Society events.
Maintain constant communication to the team on portfolio management and successes.
Other duties include writing correspondence, reports, proposals and marketing materials.
Four year degree essential and possible J.D. in trusts and estates preferred.
Demonstrated knowledge of estate planning, including wills, trusts and estate and gift tax laws.
Experience in The Raiser’s Edge preferred.
Please submit applications by emailing cover letter, résumé, and salary requirements to HR@nmwa.org. Successful candidates will be subject to reference and background checks. The National Museum of Women in the Arts is an equal opportunity employer.
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