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  • Position on Rotary International’s Risk Management team

    This full-time position is part of Rotary International’s Risk Management team which performs responsibilities of the risk management and corporate insurance function. It works with internal and external clients to identify and help manage risk exposures, recommends mitigating actions to treat exposures, and monitors results. This position also participates in the daily risk management and insurance operations of captive insurance company, U.S. Rotary Club Liability Insurance Program (U.S. Club Program), and the Rotary insurance programs.


    This position will serve to support the Risk Management & Insurance area within the Treasury Department. The position assists in the management of the Company's worldwide Property, Casualty, and Executive Risk Insurance programs. The position analyzes effective and efficient risk treatment strategies that support the Company's objectives, minimize risk to the Company's assets (including people), and preserve earnings and brand equity.

  • FIRMA CHICAGO Risk Management Conference June 1 & 2, 2016

    You Are Invited To Attend

  • RIMS Chicago Chapter has been awarded a Chapter Achievement Award


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