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Fwd: [cmath] Position in Actuarial Science - University of Regina





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From: Alan Kelm <akelm@cms.math.ca>
Date: August 5, 2010 7:56:54 AM PDT
To: CMath E-Mail Distribution List <cmath@cms.math.ca>
Subject: [cmath] Position in Actuarial Science - University of Regina

Actuarial Science
Assistant Professor (or Instructor III)

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics invites applications for a continuing academic position in Actuarial Science starting January 1, 2011. The applicant is expected to teach up to five undergraduate courses in the program each year, assist with the department's actuarial internship program, maintain professional actuarial involvement, and participate in public service and administrative duties.

More information about the Actuarial Science program and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is available at: hlink www.math.uregina.ca

More information about the Faculty of Science is available at: http://www.uregina.ca/science/

Qualifications:
An applicant may be a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries or a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society with related work experience. Alternatively, an applicant may be an Associate of the Society of Actuaries or an Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society, with also a PhD. or a Master's degree in an area of study related to actuarial science. A Ph.D. and evidence of a strong independent research program is required in order to be considered for an appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor.

ALL applications will be received using our electronic system at http://www.uregina.ca/hr/careers and applicants are required to submit a curriculum vitae and a teaching philosophy statement with a cover letter.

Applicants will also have 3 letters of reference sent directly to the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Dr. Allen Herman.

Deadline for applications: October 10, 2010



This employment position is among those listed in the Employment section of the CMS website:
     http://cms.math.ca/Employment