A rare job opportunity for actuarial fresh graduates is here again!  Make sure you act fast as the closing date for application is 25 April 2019.

Note: Candidates with more than 2 years' experience or with an existing actuarial job should refer to "Actuarial Vacancies" instead and be entitled to Placement Reward.

The role is with a general insurance consulting firm and is based in Malaysia.  You will need to be an actuarial fresh graduate or an actuarial degree holder with less than 2 years of work experience outside actuarial field. You must also be a resident in Malaysia. Please do not apply if you are still in university and are not available to commence work within the next 1 month.  Applicants who do not meet these requirements will not be considered.

Preference will be given to candidates who have strong analytical and problem solving skills, good written and verbal communication skills, and be able to work both independently and in a team environment. The successful candidate may have opportunity to travel around the region from time to time.

As with all other fresh graduate jobs, you will NOT be entitled to our Placement Reward.  We are providing this service free to the company as well as to you the fresh graduates.

Use the following form to submit your application. By submitting the form, it is deemed that you have agreed to grant us your permission to forward your submission to the Company on your behalf.

All submissions will be forwarded by us to the Company and you should deal directly with them thereafter if you are contacted by them.  Only shortlisted candidates will be informed by the Company. If you do not receive a reply from them within 14 days from the closing date of the application, it is likely that your application has been unsuccessful.  

Please DO NOT contact TAS Search on the status of your application as we will not be able to respond.

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  1. I have less than 2 years of actuarial work experience, am I still considered as a fresh graduate?
    • Although you are not considered as a fresh graduate, frankly speaking, your chance of getting an actuarial job is not good at all. It is advisable that you keep your current job and build up more work experience before trying.
  2. I have a few years' work experience in non-actuarial related roles, is this page relevant to me?
    • Unfortunately, due to the imbalance in supply and demand with supply much stronger than demand, if you do not have any actuarial related work experience, most employers will practically treat you as fresh graduate if you apply for actuarial position, hence this page is relevant to you.
  3. Does your firm hire fresh graduates?
    • No, not in the foreseeable future.
  4. How is the job market like for fresh graduates?
    • At the moment, it is quite challenging for a fresh graduate to find employment in the actuarial field. This is due to stronger supply of fresh graduates compared with the demand for people at entry level.
  5. Do you provide your service in helping fresh graduates to find job?
    • Yes, but using a slightly different approach by first requiring fresh graduates to register their interest with us.
    • Insurance companies can easily get a good supply of fresh graduates. As such, it is rare that they would use recruiter to help them to source for fresh graduates.
    • In the rare event that companies do approach us to source for fresh graduates, we normally provide this service to the companies free of charge. We see this as our corporate social responsibility to help actuarial fresh graduates in securing their first actuarial job.
  6. How would I get informed of such opportunities?
    • The quickest and best way to be informed of such opportunities is to register your interest with us by clicking the subscribe link on the right hand side of this page. You could unsubscribe at anytime should you change your mind or should you no longer require the service.
    • Alternatively, you could connect to us via Facebook or Twitter.
  7. What advice do you have for fresh graduates who can't find an actuarial job?
    • Be proactive, write or email to all potential employers.
    • Be flexible, consider taking up a non-actuarial job in an insurance company and seize any opportunity to be transferred to actuarial department in future.
    • Be less demanding, do not be too choosy on which company to work for or how much salary you demand.
    • Continue to sit for actuarial exams and try to pass as many as possible even if you do not have a job. Good exam progress puts you in a favourable position in securing future employment.
    • Consider taking up short-term actuarial contract work which may appear from time to time to build up your actuarial work experience. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook to stay informed.
  8. Am I entitled to Placement Reward and Referral Reward if such fresh graduate positions are advertised through TAS Search?

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