Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N.J., is searching for a senior director, benefit trust investments, said a job listing on the company’s website.
The position is part of a four-person team that reports to William Rauh, assistant treasurer, pension funds, who oversees the investment management of the company’s defined benefit and defined contribution plans.
According to the job listing, the senior director develops and assists in “implementing plans for the management of the pension funds and coordinates with (Mr. Rauh) on recommending investment policies and strategies to senior financial management, U.S. pension investment subcommittee and, as assigned, certain non-U.S. plans.”
It could not be learned by press time who the senior director would replace.
The job posting is available on Johnson & Johnson’s website.
As of Dec. 31, the company had $21 billion in defined benefit plan, assets according to its most recent 10-K filing, and $12 billion in defined contribution plan assets, according to its most recent 11-K filing.
Mr. Rauh and Amy Jo Meyer, company spokeswoman, did not return phone calls by press time.