The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ (IFoA’s) Head of Education Partnerships and Lifelong Learning is seeking to appoint a proactive, innovative individual to take on the role of ERM Practitioner at a CERA seminar. These seminars are designed to complement the SP9 (Enterprise Risk Management Specialist Principles) examination and provide insight into practical “real world” application of ERM.
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The Head of Education Partnerships and Lifelong Learning is seeking to engage experienced ERM Practitioners for the CERA seminar, which forms part of the formal CERA qualification process.
- Attend at least one but maybe two seminars each year that are held around the UK and Ireland
- Engage with the delegates as they work through various tasks, to help them get the most out of the day.
An Education Actuary will support the Moderator. Administrative support for the role will be provided by the Partnership Executive and a guide will be provided containing full details of the role and responsibilities.
The ERM Practitioner SEC role duration is normally for 1 year, renewable at the discretion of the Head of Education Partnerships and Lifelong Learning.
At least four seminars are held each year, and ideally we would require you to be in attendance for a whole day – 09.00 – 17.00.
Allow at least 2-3 hours preparation in advance of the seminar.
In the first instance you would sit in and observe a seminar. This will give an insight of the role and what it encompasses.
We are looking for someone who:
- is a Fellow or Associate of the IFoA
- is comfortable at public speaking
- has Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) experience
- has the CERA designation (not essential).
This is a remunerated role and a fee will be paid
Mutually agreed services will be outlined in a ‘Schedule of services’ which will be provided to you on successful appointment. On successful completion of the services, you will be required to submit an invoice to the IFoA. The IFoA will provide you with a template invoice to use, and this invoice will be processed by a member of the IFoA’s Partnership team. If you wish to view the ‘Schedule of services’ and the applicable terms and conditions, prior to expressing interest in this role, please contact the Quality team. Please note that this role is classified as a ‘Self-Employed Contractor’.
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