C.W. Chu College
Project Assistant II
Founded in 2007 and named after Dr. Chu Ching-wen (1906–1996), the C.W. Chu College is a small residential college of The Chinese University of Hong Kong which has a student population of 300. Through its general education programmes, mentorship schemes, service-learning programmes, exchange opportunities and many different cultural and social activities for students, the C.W. Chu College aims to nurture graduates who embody the values that the late Dr. Chu exemplified, and which are encapsulated in the College motto Cultus et Beneficentia: leadership, service, intellectual clarity and ethical conduct. Further information of the College is available at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/cwchu. The College has an opening for an energetic member to join its Administrative Team.
The appointee will be responsible for (a) providing support to the repair and maintenance of the college building, hostel, and canteen; (b) providing assistance in procurement of office equipment and stock keeping of fixed asset; (c) providing support to College events; (d) performing general clerical tasks, including handling mails, answering telephone enquiries and filing; and (e) performing other tasks as assigned. Occasional irregular working hours will be required.
Applicants should have (i) Grade E/Level 2 or above in at least 5 subjects in HKCEE, including Chinese and English (Syllabus B); OR any combination of results in at least 5 HKDSE subjects (including Level 2 or above in Chinese and English): Level 2 or above in NSS subjects, “Attained” or above in ApL subjects (subject to a maximum of 2 subjects), and Grade E or above in other Language subjects; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in property management-related disciplines; (iii) fast and accurate English and Chinese word-processing skill; (iv) at least 2 years’ work experience, preferably at tertiary institutions and/or in property management organisations; (v) proficiency in computer applications (such as MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint); (vi) a good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (including Cantonese and Putonghua); (vii) good interpersonal skills; (viii) a strong sense of responsibility and self-motivation; and (ix) the ability to work independently. Experience in project management, management scheduling, project calendaring and project co-ordination will be advantageous.
Applicants must submit copies of HKCEE/HKDSE certificates showing that they have fulfilled the language requirements and/or academic qualifications stated above, otherwise their applications will NOT be considered.
Appointment will initially be made on a 1-year contract, renewable subject to good performance and mutual agreement.
The University only accepts and considers applications submitted online for this post.