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Planned Giving Specialist Full-time Job

2 weeks ago   Administration, Business and Management   Silver Spring   21 views Reference: q9wdLZxgajP
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HIAS seeks a Planned Giving Specialist to provide support to the Development Operations department. Reporting to the Director, Development Operations, the Planned Giving Specialist uses HIAS’ information management systems, including Raiser’s Edge, to drive forward both HIAS’ fundraising activities and its engagement activities. The Planned Giving Specialist possesses excellent data management skills and assists in fostering and maintaining HIAS’ relationships with donors.


Tracks, enters and maintains planned giving donor data in Raiser’s Edge and other systems.

Liaises with and provides information to external vendors and consultants.

Manages Planned Giving inbox to ensure donor inquiries received are answered promptly and efficiently.

Provides support to the Development team, including data analytics and donor research, as well as communication with donors.

Assists with Planned Giving marketing efforts, including website content, webinars and emails.

Writes condolences, obtains death certificates and provides information to estate representatives.

Maintains files and records.

Performs other duties as assigned.


Undergraduate degree in a relevant field required.

3-5 years of experience in a nonprofit fundraising/development environment.

Planned giving experience preferred.

Experience communicating with donors and their representatives.

Experience with fundraising data management systems required, particularly Raiser’s Edge.

Must be detail-oriented and highly organized, with the ability to perform multiple tasks quickly and accurately.

Ability to navigate and collaborate with a diverse workforce across all levels of the organization.

Company Description
Organizationally, HIAS is guided by its Refugee Rights Framework. This rights-based approach, based on international human rights and humanitarian and refugee law and practice, provides a programming framework for HIAS focus on refugee protection. HIAS programming impact seeks to ensure that forcibly displaced people become contributors to society through the realization of their legal and civil rights and social and economic rights, to include 1) the right to protection from harm, violence and discrimination, 2) the right to recovery from the shock of displacement, and 3) the right to economic self-sufficiency and inclusion.