No Longer Accepting Applications
- Learn and apply relevant U.S. Figure Skating Rules and all SkateSafe policies
- Provide administrative support for General Counsel and the SkateSafe Program, including drafting, organizing, and redacting reports, notices and other documents along with providing reports and statistics on SkateSafe matters
- Assist Director, SkateSafe with report intake, case management, and resolutions of reported SkateSafe concernsAssist with preparing documentation for audits conducted by the U.S. Center for SafeSport and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee
- Respond to inquires from the U.S. Center for SafeSport regarding documentation related to membership status of individuals
- Serve as the liaison to the SkateSafe, Ethics, and Grievance Committees – coordinate meetings, track and follow relevant timelines as outlined in U.S. Figure Skating’s Rulebook, draft formal communications as directed related to reported matters
- Oversee completion of compliance requirements for all U.S. Figure Skating mandatory compliance groups as outlined in the SkateSafe Handbook and Rulebook and respond to instances of non-compliance
- Manage U.S. Figure Skating’s background check appeal process
- Assist other departments, such as Events and High Performance, with competition compliance
- Support SkateSafe education efforts by including compliance related information
- Create tools and resources for members regarding compliance requirements by role, verifying compliance requirements, and compliance enforcement and best practices at the local level
- Present live and pre-recorded webinars to various member groups on a regular basis covering compliance requirements and updates
- Travel as assigned to support in-person SkateSafe education efforts and to assist with educating clubs and programs on all SkateSafe requirements for events (including compliance requirements and other SkateSafe policies)
- Consistently review and provide feedback on current processes, resources, and programs
- Collaborate with all departments and various organizations to support compliance and SkateSafe initiatives
- Provide customer service to members regrading SkateSafe compliance requirements and policy implementation
- Applicant must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited University or have equivalent compliance experience. A degree in sport management, criminal justice/law, or business is preferred but not required. A JD or Paralegal experience and/or certificate is a plus.
- Applicant must have experience, confidence, and comfort in policy and compliance enforcement and public speaking.
- Familiarity with the operation of youth sports clubs, the U.S. Center for SafeSport or Title IX is beneficial, but not required.
- Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), and be comfortable conducting business via remote technologies.
- Applicant must have the availability to travel and work evening and weekend hours when necessary.