Rose City Rollers Risk/Insurance Manager Job Description
The Risk Manager will work with the Rose City Rollers (RCR), a 501(c)3 non-profit roller derby league, as an Independent Contractor and the primary manager of RCR’s skater and general liability insurance policies.
Big Picture Responsibilities
· Provide guidance on risk and liability considerations and try to mitigate risk to the league.
· Arrange for the purchase of league insurance with outside vendors as needed, including D&O, Auto, General Liability, Commercial Property, Accident, Event, etc.
· Define and execute league’s overall insurance program considering both adults and juniors.
· Interface with various members of the league to develop policy and oversee administration of insurance program.
· Provide updates to documentation on processes
· Provide monthly updates to the Executive Director and updates to the RCR Board of Directors as directed by the Executive Director.
Skater Specific Responsibilities
· Attend bi-monthly skater intakes to explain insurance and safety protocols, provide Insurance FAQs, and process data and clear skaters. If unable to attend an intake, the Risk Manager will be responsible for subcontracting and training a replacement.
· Ensure all participants on skates have proper insurance including coaches, referees, transfer skaters and event participants.
· Outreach to skaters without primary insurance to help them get covered to reduce their overall risk.
· Track accident insurance claims, through WFTDA and Francis Dean, for skaters as needed. Assist skaters with the claim process.
· Manage WFTDA annual adult insurance renewals and clear skaters through league member management system (Apex)
· Risk management–at least two years
· Commercial insurance – at least two years (can be concurrent with Risk Management experience)
· Licensed insurance producer or consultant
· Incredibly detail oriented
· Professional written and verbal communication
· Excellent at follow-up and tracking projects through to completion
· Grace under pressure and the ability to work well with a diverse group of paid and unpaid staff, skaters, and parents.
Time Commitment Required:
Approximately five hours per week on average which varies seasonally and with administrative needs. Must be available during normal work hours for communication but work hours are flexible. Must be available to attend league intake meetings on weekends and the occasional Board meetings on Sunday mornings.
Pay: $20-30/hr (DOE) for approximately 5 hours per week
Applying for Position Timeline:
June 1st – June 19th Applications accepted
June 21st – Phone interviews offered
June 23rd – Phone interviews completed and in person interviews offered to top candidates
June 26th – In person interviews held at the Hangar at Oaks Park
June 28th – Job offer for top candidate
July 10th – Preferred start date
When responding to this position, please email the following to email@example.com by 11:59pm on 6/19:
1. Put the position title in the email subject line
2. Attach your resume with relevant work experience and two work references
3. Attach a cover letter briefly addressing the following questions:
a. Why would you be fantastic in this position?
b. Why about your work experience makes you the best candidate?
c. How would this contract role fit with the rest of your life?
d. What is your availability and start date?
Failure to follow the above instructions will result in immediate disqualification.
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