Company: Nonprofits Insurance Alliance
Location: Santa Cruz, CA
Employment Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 05/04/2021
Expire Date: 07/04/2021
Job Categories: Web Technology
The Webmaster reports to the Creative & Digital Lead and is a full-time position in our marketing department. This position works out of the main office in Santa Cruz, CA or can be a remote, work from home position. Prior experience working remotely from a home office 100% of the time is required if the candidate works remote. The Webmaster is responsible for maintaining several web properties and marketing systems for the organization.
NIA is a mission-driven organization that has been a pioneer in creating alternative business models to solve society’s toughest problems. 21,000+ nonprofit organizations in 32 states and the District of Columbia rely on us for insurance and risk management. NIA is comprised of four 501(c)(3) organizations:
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California (NIAC) was founded in 1988 to provide liability and property insurance to 501(c)(3) nonprofits in California.
Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance, Risk Retention Group (ANI) was founded in 2000 to provide liability insurance to 501(c)(3) nonprofits with locations outside California.
National Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance (NANI) was founded in 2000 to provide property reinsurance.
Alliance Member Services (AMS) was founded in 2000 to provide staff, services and support to the other three cooperatives.
Responsibilities (included but are limited to)
Administer all websites including performance monitoring and improvements, website security, server/system updates
Manage website changes, coordinating with designers, content providers, brand manager, business managers, and IT department
Collaborate with editorial and online companion resources
Manage technical aspects of marketing automation platform
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
Frontend website development (HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, PSD)
Website hosting (AWS, Rackspace or similar)
CMS (WordPress, Hubspot or similar)
Marketing automation (Hubspot, Pardot or similar)
Webmaster tools (Google Analytics, Tag Manager)
Adobe Creative Suite
Self-motivated and able to work independently
Professional manner and attention to detail and quality
Ability to adapt to changing priorities
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to bend, reach or sit for up to 3 hours at a time
Must have adequate vision (with corrective lenses if needed) to clearly view computer screen
Must have adequate hearing to perform job tasks
If you are interested in applying for a position, please submit your resume and a cover letter that tells us why you want to work for AMS, a member of the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance via our Career Page.
10+ years managing and building websites required
Insurance, finance or similar sector experience preferred
Experience managing website redesigns
In-depth knowledge of web design and maintenance
Ability to work independently and in collaboration with others
Experience working in a member or mission-driven organization preferred
Experience with commerce or transactional sites preferred
Degree in computer science, information systems, or a related field/related coursework
Company Name: Nonprofits Insurance Alliance
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance is a group of 501(c)(3) nonprofit insurers whose sole purpose is to serve other 501(c)(3) organizations by providing a stable source of reasonably priced liability and property insurance tailored to the specialized needs of the nonprofit sector and to assist these organizations to develop and implement successful loss control and risk management programs. The Nonprofits Insurance Alliance began as a direct result of the liability insurance crisis of the mid-1980’s, when insurance companies were refusing to offer affordable liability insurance to nonprofits, believing them to be “high risk.” At the time, Pamela Davis, now President and CEO of the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance, was a graduate student at the Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley. The following is an excerpt from her testimony before the California Assembly in 1987. “Between 1984 and 1986, general liability insurance premiums increased 200 percent or more for one out of four charitable nonprofit organizations in California. During that same period, insurance companies canceled or refused to renew the general liability policies of one out of five California charitable nonprofits. Some important human service programs, such as childcare, foster care, group homes and health service were forced to dramatically cut services or close because they couldn’t find affordable insurance.” With a determination to see nonprofits resume their important work, Ms. Davis proposed the idea of creating a risk pool in her master’s thesis. Risk pools would allow nonprofits to insure themselves and no longer be at the mercy of commercial insurers. A number of foundations agreed to back the idea and two years later, under her leadership, the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California (NIAC) opened its doors. Starting with only $1.3 million in low interest loans, NIA now has more than $574 million in assets. And, yes, we paid off the loans, with interest! Expanding Beyond California In 1999, a feasibility study, underwritten by the David & Lucile Packard Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was conducted to determine what it would take to expand NIAC’s concept nationwide. The results of that study yielded the Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance (ANI) and its captive reinsurer, the National Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance (NANI). ANI, domiciled in Vermont, began writing policies outside California in 2001 as a Risk Retention Group. The National Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance (NANI), an affiliate, also domiciled in Vermont, started as a reinsurer that same year. Together, the organizations in the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance insure more than 21,000+ nonprofits in 32 states and DC. At year-end 2019, the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance had total equity of more than $237 million.