Volunteer Vacancies

Data Analytics Working Group – Seeking Members

The Data Analytics working group is seeking enthusiastic members with experience in data analytics. Age – both young and old - is no barrier to participation if you are passionate about data analytics.

This committee considers the strategic goals of building communities, career development, identifying skill sets required and organising events and competitions. If you are interested and able to contribute time and ideas please contact Elayne Grace by 16 July 2017.

Please include a brief bio, in particular your data analytic experience, as well as indicating your particular interests and what you would like to achieve.

Actuaries Social Networking Group


Connect with other actuaries and expand your social and professional networks.

The Institute is committed to supporting its 4, 700 members living and working around the world, to connect and expand their social and professional networks. As such, the Institute is seeking enthusiastic actuaries for an organising committee to drive the initiatives of a new Social Networking Group.

The Group aims to bring actuaries together by creating an inclusive environment where all members (students, Associates, and Fellows) will be able to network and share ideas. The organising committee will be responsible for organising social networking events, like for example: coffee meetups, dinners and trivia nights.

The Institute will support this group by promoting these events to members via its digital communication platforms. The Institute encourages all members who are looking to develop their leadership skills to express their interest in leading and participating in this organising committee. Institute Council member Bill Konstantinidis is passionate about this initiative and will be supporting it closely.

If you are interested in joining, please email Committee & Volunteer Engagement Manager Lily Meszaros (Lily.Meszaros@actuaries.asn.au) by Friday, 22nd of July with your details and a brief cove note advising what you are hoping to achieve by joining this committee.

Register your interest for the 2017/18 Mentoring Program!

We are excited to announce the launch of the 2017/18 Mentoring Program. 

There is substantial evidence that mentoring can improve development skills of both mentors and mentees, allowing members to share advice, knowledge and experiences. These skills are particularly valuable as actuaries take on more senior roles in companies, whereas actuarial training traditionally tends to have a lesser focus on soft skills.

The program will continue to attempt to link mentors and mentees and provide advice, training and networking opportunities to help deliver maximum benefit for both parties.

Remember you can participate as both a mentor and a mentee by expressing interest for both.

Closing date: Friday 28 July 2017

Mentoring Information Session

This year, the Mentoring Working Group will be holding a Mentoring Information Session at the Institute (also available via webinar) on Tuesday 18 July. The session will comprise an interactive panel discussion by a selection of mentors and mentees who will share their personal experiences, a presentation of the survey findings of participants’ views on the program and reveal some exciting future development of the program.

If you are unsure about joining this year's intake, we encourage you to take this opportunity to find out how to make the most of the mentoring program and ask questions. 


Register your interest

Register for the information session

Part III C5B Investment Management and Finance Course - expressions of interest to join Working Group

The Investment Management and Finance Working Group is looking for the support of energetic and committed members to join. We are seeking expressions of interest from Fellows of the Institute who would like to assist with updating the C5B Investment Management and Finance course notes for Semester 1, 2018.

Interested applicants should have knowledge in the following topics and be available from 3 July 2017:

  • Unit 1: The Use of Derivatives
  • Unit 2: A Modelling Framework for Derivatives Pricing and
  • Management
  • Unit 3: Applying the Modelling Framework
  • Unit 4: Exotic Options
  • Unit 5: Interest Rate Derivatives
  • Unit 6: Managing Risk, Capital, Accounting & Taxation for
  • Derivatives
  • Unit 7: Professionalism

Further details relating to the course syllabus can be found here.

If you are interested in joining the Working Group, please send your details (e.g. year qualified, number of years’ post-qualification working experience, and practice area) to Karenna Chhoeung

Closing date: COB Friday, 28 July 2017

Scrutineers required for Semester 2 2017

The Institute is seeking several Scrutineers for the following Part III subjects in Semester 2 2017:

  • Part III - C2A Life Insurance 
  • C5A Investment Management and Finance

The roles are ideally suited to recently qualified Fellows and involve providing feedback to the Chief Examiner about subject assessments by sitting the relevant exam under exam conditions and completing the Scrutineers Review Form providing comments on:

  • time given and actual time taken;
  • question suitability;
  • marking guide (solutions);
  • recommended pass mark;
  • consistency between questions and the marking guide;
  • clarity;
  • coverage;
  • difficulty; and
  • length of examination papers.

Following this, the Scrutineer will be sent the draft exam solutions and asked to assess and comment on these.

The Semester 2 2017 scrutineering period is from early to mid-August. Interested applicants should forward details of year qualified, current employer, current position title, and number of years’ post-qualification working experience to Carolina Vilches, Senior Officer - Professional Development. Carolina can also assist with any queries.


This page will be updated regularly with new and existing vacancies. In the meantime, please send any volunteering expressions of interest to volunteers@actuaries .asn.au