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IFoA publish updated Directory of Opportunities

We have updated the IFoA Directory of Opportunities to reflect changes to the IFoA’s governance structure.

The redesigned Directory of Opportunities provides an overview of the governance structure and highlights the many ways you can get nullinvolved. The directory is a helpful resource for existing volunteers and members interested in volunteering.

Download the updated Directory of Opportunities

At the IFoA the term volunteer includes volunteers (members and non members (lay)), paid office holders and self employed contractors (paid roles), all collectively known as volunteers.

With such a wide and varied range of volunteer opportunities it can be challenging to see how they all fit in the wider governance structure. The directory provides an overview of the volunteer opportunities, with clear reporting lines for Boards, Sub-committees and Working Parties and details of how they fit in to the governance structure.

As well as providing an overview of the governance structure the directory can be used in a number of other ways. You can use the directory to;

  • help identify how to start your volunteer journey,
  • identify a next step in your journey, and
  • discover opportunities for collaborative working, knowledge sharing with other IFoA groups, and to ensure work is not duplicated.

All current opportunities to get involved in supporting the IFoA are listed on our volunteer vacancies web page.

If you are interested in a role which isn’t currently on the volunteer vacancies page please contact who can notify you once an opportunity is available. 

At the IFoA, we all benefit from the time given by volunteers. Volunteers help advance our global profession, lead the way on cutting edge research, educate, regulate, shape and advance our global profession.

The partnership with our volunteers is central to making the IFoA a sought after, leading, professional body. Find out more about some of our volunteers and what volunteering means to them by reading their story on our volunteers’ experience webpage