- Must possess at least Master in Actuarial Science or any related academic discipline with strong research background. Master graduates with Associate/Fellow membership from Society of Actuaries (SoA) will also be considered.
- Evidence of scholarly activity of an international standard in the relevant discipline including significant publications in high impact journals, and a demonstrated ongoing high level of commitment to research.
- Demonstrated ability to generate significant external research income.
- Considerable good track record of successful supervision of undergraduate or postgraduate thesis towards completion