Investigation Team Member – Professional Conduct Board
The CIA’s Professional Conduct Board (PCB), in collaboration with the Tribunal Panel, oversees the CIA’s disciplinary process. We are currently seeking interested FCIAs from various practice areas to conduct, on an ad hoc basis, investigations into disciplinary complaints against CIA members. Investigators will be remunerated at CIA rates for contract actuaries, currently $200/hour. A maximum payout will be specified for each investigation. That amount will normally be $5,000 but could go up to $10,000 in complex cases.
To be eligible, candidates must:
- have a minimum of 10 years Fellowship in the CIA;
- not be serving as a CIA Board member;
- be prepared to undergo a one-day training seminar on investigative techniques on own time at a date to be determined, the costs of which will be borne by the CIA;
- be prepared to sign a formal engagement letter for each investigation; and
- be prepared to investigate more than one complaint, but not concurrently.
Successful candidates will be appointed to specific investigations commensurate with their area of practice and a determination that there are no conflicts of interest. Once appointed to an investigation team, candidates will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement at the commencement of an investigation. Investigators will be covered by the Institute’s liability policy.
If interested, please submit your résumé by May 16, 2021 to Leona Campbell, Senior Coordinator, Professional Practice and International Affairs. All résumés will be reviewed by PCB members.
Questions about the nature of the engagements may be directed to Louis Martin, PCB Chair.