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  • Professional Endorsement | HKIHRM Membership

    HKIHRM HR Professional Standards Programme Endorsement HKIHRM recognises the importance of quality HR programmes. Since 2010, Programme Endorsement has been introduced with an objective to endorse the HR programmes provided by higher education institutions to be in alignment with the defined the HR Body of Knowledge. Individuals graduated from a HKIHRM fully endorsed programme (Degree Level) are eligible to become the Institute's Associate Member. Those who are studying a full-time HR programme endorsed by the Institute would be eligible to become the Institute's Student Member. A "HKIHRM Endorsed Programme" logo can be used on all the publications relating to the HR programme fully endorsed by HKIHRM. Criteria Subject to the requirement listed in the table below, programmes can be endorsed fully / partially: Please click here for details. Remarks: *A recognized institution is: - A degree-awarding higher education institution in Hong Kong; or - Accredited by Hong Kong Council for the Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications ​ # QF level refers to the level of the qualification as recognized under the Qualifications Framework set up by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Application New Application Please submit the following documents of your HR programmes for HKIHRM's endorsement. ​ Re-endorsement To ensure the quality consistency of the HR programmes endorsed by HKIHRM, re-endorsement is required once every three years. The requirements are subject to the criteria set by HKIHRM at the time of application. Please submit the following documents of your HR programmes for HKIHRM's re-endorsement. ​ Procedure and Required Documents Application Form (download here ) - Please send the filled form to membership@hkihrm.org . Document that confirms the eligibility of your institution under Part 1 of the Programme Endorsement Criteria (UGC-funded Institutions would not need to submit this confirmation document) Programme brochure or any publicity materials covering the programme content Course outlines of HR related subjects All applications will be endorsed by the HKIHRM Programme Endorsement Sub-Committee. The result will be notified to the applicant in 2 months from the date of receipt of complete relevant documents ​ Fee A non-refundable administration fee HK$3,000 per programme , please send a crossed cheque made payable to “Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management Ltd.” together with the form and required documents. List of Programmes Endorsed by HKIHRM View More For enquiry, please contact Member Services & Programme Management Department at (852) 2837 3814 / 3811 or e-mail to membership@hkihrm.org . >

  • Join HKIHRM | HKIHRM Membership

    Be Our Member Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK), one has to fulfill the following requirements: Has been a Professional Member of HKIHRM for a continuous period of at least 5 years; AND Has at least 15 years of HR work experience, having demonstrably worked at a strategic level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. A panel meeting is required for relevant assessment; AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession ​ #Contribution: e.g. mentoring, teaching, providing advice or etc Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK), the applicant shall: Has held a university degree (any discipline); AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow or Professional Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been involved* or contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession; AND Route A: Has at least 8 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. OR Route B: Has completed trainings organised by HKIHRM (including at least one Certificate course or two Executive Certificate courses); AND Has at least 5 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. Associate Member To become an Associate Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: Has completed an HR programme (bachelor’s degree or above) fully endorsed by HKIHRM ; or Has acquired an HR qualification (higher education level) partially endorsed by HKIHRM and Associate Member Assessment. [More about Associate Member Assessment] ​*Holders of other HR qualification(s) may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Student Member To become a Student Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: ​ ▪ Studying a full time HKIHRM recognised course / an HR programme fully endorsed by HKIHRM Full time students from other HR programmes may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Corporate Member Organisations that would like to gain instant access to HR resources, including receiving the latest information and up-to-date market data, and be able to enjoy member rates when delegating colleagues to participate in HKIHRM activities. Affiliate Member Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK), one has to fulfill the following requirements: Has been a Professional Member of HKIHRM for a continuous period of at least 5 years; AND Has at least 15 years of HR work experience, having demonstrably worked at a strategic level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. A panel meeting is required for relevant assessment; AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession ​ #Contribution: e.g. mentoring, teaching, providing advice or etc Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK), the applicant shall: Has held a university degree (any discipline); AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow or Professional Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been involved* or contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession; AND Route A: Has at least 8 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. OR Route B: Has completed trainings organised by HKIHRM (including at least one Certificate course or two Executive Certificate courses); AND Has at least 5 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. Associate Member To become an Associate Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: Has completed an HR programme (bachelor’s degree or above) fully endorsed by HKIHRM ; or Has acquired an HR qualification (higher education level) partially endorsed by HKIHRM and Associate Member Assessment. [More about Associate Member Assessment] ​*Holders of other HR qualification(s) may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Student Member To become a Student Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: ​ ▪ Studying a full time HKIHRM recognised course / an HR programme fully endorsed by HKIHRM Full time students from other HR programmes may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Corporate Member Organisations that would like to gain instant access to HR resources, including receiving the latest information and up-to-date market data, and be able to enjoy member rates when delegating colleagues to participate in HKIHRM activities. Affiliate Member Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK), one has to fulfill the following requirements: Has been a Professional Member of HKIHRM for a continuous period of at least 5 years; AND Has at least 15 years of HR work experience, having demonstrably worked at a strategic level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. A panel meeting is required for relevant assessment; AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession ​ #Contribution: e.g. mentoring, teaching, providing advice or etc Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK) To become a Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK), the applicant shall: Has held a university degree (any discipline); AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow or Professional Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been involved* or contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession; AND Route A: Has at least 8 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. OR Route B: Has completed trainings organised by HKIHRM (including at least one Certificate course or two Executive Certificate courses); AND Has at least 5 years of HR work experience, including having demonstrably worked at a professional/managerial level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. Associate Member To become an Associate Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: Has completed an HR programme (bachelor’s degree or above) fully endorsed by HKIHRM ; or Has acquired an HR qualification (higher education level) partially endorsed by HKIHRM and Associate Member Assessment. [More about Associate Member Assessment] ​*Holders of other HR qualification(s) may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Student Member To become a Student Member, one has to fulfil the following requirements: ​ ▪ Studying a full time HKIHRM recognised course / an HR programme fully endorsed by HKIHRM Full time students from other HR programmes may also apply for the membership but will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Corporate Member Affiliate Member To become a Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK), one has to fulfill the following requirements: Has been a Professional Member of HKIHRM for a continuous period of at least 5 years; AND Has at least 15 years of HR work experience, having demonstrably worked at a strategic level during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. A panel meeting is required for relevant assessment; AND Has been endorsed by one Fellow Member of HKIHRM; AND Has been contributed# to HKIHRM or the HR profession ​ #Contribution: e.g. mentoring, teaching, providing advice or etc Associate Member Student Member Corporate Member Our 5,200 members are predominantly individual members, of whom over 530 are corporate members. Professional-route-based Membership + Application Form Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(HK) Requirements: Having been a Professional Member of HKIHRM for a continuous period of at least 5 years; At least 15 years of HR work experience and having worked in a strategic role during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application; An evaluation mechanism approved is required for relevant assessment; Endorsement by one Fellow Member of HKIHRM; and With contributions to: (i) the applicant's own organisation with significant HR impact; and (ii) HR Community; and (iii) the community at large as an HR professional. ​ ​ Reciprocal Membership - view more Asia Council Membership - view more > Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK) Requirements: Holding a degree (in any discipline); Endorsement by a Fellow or Professional Member of HKIHRM; With involvement or contributions* to HKIHRM or the HR profession; and An evaluation mechanism is required for assessment. Route A: At least 8 years of HR work experience and holding a professional or managerial position during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. OR Route B: Having completed relevant training programmes organised by HKIHRM (including at least 30 hours or above Certificate course or Executive Certificate courses); and At least 5 years of HR work experience and holding a professional or managerial position during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application. ​ *Involvement or contributions: Having participated in HR-related programmes, courses or seminars organised by HKIHRM or other organisations; OR mentoring, teaching, providing professional advice to HKIHRM or the HR profession.​(For sample reference, please click HERE ). > Reciprocal Membership - view more Asia Council Membership - view more Associate Member Requirements: Route A: Having completed an HR degree or above fully endorsed by HKIHRM; or Having completed an HR qualification partially endorsed by HKIHRM and passed an Associate Membership Assessment [More about Associate Membership Assessment]; OR Route B: Having completed a Non-HR degree or above; and Having at least 1 year of HR work experience* verified by the applicant’s employer; OR Route C: Having completed a Non-HR sub-degree; and Having at least 2 years of HR work experience* verified by the applicant’s employer *Please click HERE for the Employment Verification f orm. > Student Member Requirements: Route A: A full-time student studying HR and related disciplines (e.g. BBA, Management, Psychology) which includes HR curriculum* *HR curriculum including but not limited to Reward Management, Employee Engagement, Employment Law, Sourcing & Staffing, Learning & Development, Business Knowledge for HR; OR Route B (Affiliate Student Member): A full-time student studying non-HR disciplines; and A statement of the reason to join the membership Service-based Membership + Application Form Corporate Member Corporate membership is open to organisations wishing to gain instant access to HR resources including the latest information about the profession and market news. Staff of corporate members attending HKIHRM activities will be entitled to member rates. (Exclusive Benefits for Corporate Members) Human Capital Center Membership - view more > Affiliate Member There is no specific qualification or work experience requirement for this membership category, but it can lead you to a promising career in the HR profession. > Fee Professional Member M.I.H.R.M.(HK) Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) HK$650​ ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$650 Total Fee HK$1,300 Associate Member Student Member Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) Waived ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$200 Total Fee HK$200 Affiliate Member Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) HK$750 ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$750 Total Fee HK$1,500 Remarks: Membership fee is charged on an annual basis for members joining between 1 April and 30 September. Membership fee is charged on a half-year basis for members joining between 1 October and 31 March of the next year. Entrance and annual subscription fees are subject to review by the Institute without prior notice. For renewal of your membership, annual membership fee is payable by March each year (and subject to meeting mandatory CPD requirement for Professional-route-based Membership). Those aged 60 or above AND on permanent retirement may apply for entering their names into the Retirement Register to enjoy a steep discount on the membership fee. Members can apply for membership reinstatement after their membership has been suspended since the introduction of new membership scheme on 1 April 2010 by: - paying a reinstatement fee (all the outstanding annual membership fee since his / her suspension); and - providing CPD records for the year(s) showing you have met the CPD requirement since you have ceased to be a member (if applicable) 6. HKIHRM shall has absolute discretion in respect of each application to decide conclusively whether he / she has fulfilled the conditions applicable to his / her case or not. The decision of the HKIHRM is final and shall not be subject to any appeal. Membership fee is non-cancellable and non-refundable. > Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) HK$950 ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$950 Total Fee HK$1,900 Fellow Member F.I.H.R.M.(H K) Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) HK$1,500 ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$1,500 Total Fee HK$3,000 Corporate Member Application and Entrance Fee (One-off) HK$4,000 ​Annual Membership Fee (1 April to 31 March) HK$4,300 Total Fee HK$8,300 Associate Member Application Form Fellow Member Student Member Professional Member Corproate Member Associate Member Affiliate Member >

  • Promotion | HKIHRM Membership

    Corporate Member refer New Professional Member Offer Act Now New Member Special Offer Apply Now For enquiry please contact us at membership@hkihrm.org

  • Oddo backup page | HKIHRM Membership

    Learning & Development Unleashing Career Development Competencies Contact Us Scroll Certificate Courses Our Achievements Scroll What we offer Seminars & Workshops Global Programmes Corporate Training Scroll About Us The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) is the most representative human resource management professional body in Hong Kong. Established in 1977, the Institute has a membership close to 5,300, of whom over 500 are corporate members. VISION To be the leading professional human resource management and advisory institute MISSION To develop, maintain and enhance professional human resource management standards through our members and partners To increase the value and influence of the human resource management profession VALUES Uphold the ethics and integrity of the HR profession Share an independent and balanced view on people issues Advance HR professionalism through sharing foresight and best practices

  • Membership Profile | HKIHRM Membership

    Our 5,200 members are predominantly individual members, of whom over 530 are corporate members.

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    Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU) is a modern, vibrant and dynamic university. We use innovative teaching and education technology to offer world-class education. The University also pursues strategic research in response to the needs of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), the rest of the country, and the world. To spearhead the development of higher education in the GBA, HKMU has been working closely with the Zhaoqing Municipal Government and Zhaoqing University to establish Hong Kong Metropolitan University (Zhaoqing) (MUZQ), pending the approval of the Ministry of Education. For more information about the University, please visit https://www.hkmu.edu.hk . We are now looking for a suitable person to fill the following position in the Human Resources Office: Human Resources Officer (Ref. No.: 22001N7) Major Duties and Responsibilities The appointee will be responsible mainly for the following: assisting the HR Team Head in providing support to one of HR teams specializing in manpower planning & budgeting, compensation & benefits, staff appointment, performance management, staff engagement, learning & development, or systems & support; administering HR systems, data, workflows and processes; compiling management statistics and reports; providing support to committee work; and supervising and coaching staff. Candidates Candidates should possess the following qualifications, experience and competence: a recognized degree in human resources management or a relevant discipline, preferably with some HR experience; customer focused and service mindset; and good computer, organization, interpersonal and communication skills in both English and Chinese (preferably including Putonghua). Candidates may be invited to attend a written test. Terms and Conditions for Appointment An attractive remuneration package, including basic salary, an end-of-contract gratuity, and a discretionary incentive payment, where applicable, will be offered to the right candidates. Generous annual leave, staff-development sponsorships, medical and dental benefits, and life insurance coverage will also be provided. To Apply Candidates who are interested in joining us may submit their applications via the University’s eRecruitment System: https://hkmu.taleo.net/careersection/ex_full_time/jobapply.ftl?lang=en&job=22001N7 Closing date of application: 23 September 2022 The personal data collected will be used for the purpose of considering your application for employment. For details, please refer to the “Personal Data (Privacy) Notice for Job Applicant” on the University’s website. If you are not contacted by the University within eight weeks from the closing date of application, you may assume that your application was unsuccessful.

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    Assistant Human Resources Manager (Ref: 2200907) (Holding an equivalent rank of Executive Officer I) Human Resources Office The appointee will be responsible for (a) providing human resources services to Faculties / Departments / Offices / Centres which include all matters related to staff recruitment, compensation and benefits, performance management, staff training and development, staff records and system management, etc.; (b) assisting in the formulation and review of human resources policies and procedures in the responsible subject areas to meet the changing needs and expectations of both internal and external clients; (c) leading a support team in providing efficient and effective one-stop human resources service to Faculties / Departments / Offices / Centres; (d) compiling various management information reports and staff data; and (e) providing administrative and secretarial support to committees. The appointment will be for a period of 1 year. Applicants should have a good university degree with at least 8 years’ relevant working experience in human resources management, preferably gained in the tertiary education institutions or public/quasi-public organizations; exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; and excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese. Applicants should also be a team player, attentive to details and able to work independently. Applicants with less working experience may be considered for the post of Human Resources Officer. ​ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave and outpatient medical benefits. The University only accepts and considers applications submitted online for this post. Applicants should complete the online application form and upload a full CV on or before 22 September 2022 . Applications which are incomplete or without the required documents may not be considered. Personal data provided by applicants will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes. For details of the Personal Information Collection Statement, please refer to http://www.eduhk.hk/jobsopp/index.php?glang=en . All applications will be treated in strict confidence. Only those who are shortlisted will be contacted. The University reserves the right not to fill the position(s) advertised. Further information about the University is available at http://www.eduhk.hk . EdUHK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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    The Salvation Army is an international Christian church and charity working in 132 countries and areas and has been serving Hong Kong for over 90 years providing an extensive range of services which spans educational, social as well as Christian. We are called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are dedicated to supporting the people in need in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China without discrimination; and strive to respond to local needs, emergencies and disasters with the love of God. We are now inviting a high caliber professional to fill the following position: ​ Payroll Assistant Human Resources Department (Ref: PA/HRD/08-22) RESPONSIBILITIES Ensure the payroll operations comply with Army policies, guidelines and procedures, and relevant regulations of HK, Macau and Mainland China Be responsible for daily payroll operations including but not limited to handling of salary payment vouchers, updating and maintaining accurate information in the payroll system, managing the retirement schemes for employees, distributing pay slips to employees, etc. Assist in preparing and submission of tax reports to Inland Revenue Department Assist in reviewing, updating and implementing payroll policies, procedures and guidelines Assist in handling system development and enhancement tasks Assist in preparing information such as cost projections and analysis, salary budget, etc. Assist in preparing regular reports, statistics and analysis as and when required Set up and maintain an effective filing system, including electronic systems for records, reports and correspondences Assist in organizing staff engagement events and functions Perform any legitimate duties assigned by the supervisor and Head of Department REQUIREMENTS Understanding of the Christian faith, values and ethos of The Salvation Army Diploma in Human Resources Management, Accountancy or business related discipline Minimum 2 years’ payroll experience in sizable organization. Experience in human resources and payroll information system, and accounting is preferred Knowledge of Employment Ordinance, Provident Fund and MPF & tax regulation is preferable. Strong PC skills in using Word, Excel, Access, Chinese Word Processing and web applications. Experience in using FlexSystem is preferable Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese Sensitive to confidentiality Self-motivated, strong sense of responsibility, detail-minded with accuracy, well-organized, independent, ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines A team player with good interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills Occasional travelling may be required ​ Application Procedure Please apply with full resume, stating clearly current and expected salary, to the Human Resources Director, The Salvation Army Hong Kong and Macau Command, 6/F Human Resources Department, 11 Wing Sing Lane, Yaumatei, Kowloon by quoting reference number (PA/HRD/08-22) on the envelope or email to hrd.recruit@hkm.salvationarmy.org . All information provided will be treated in strictest confidence & used for recruitment purpose only. Applicants not contacted within 3 months may consider their applications unsuccessful. All unsuccessful applications will be kept for a period of no longer than two years after completion of the recruitment exercise.

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    The Urban Renewal Authority (“URA”) is tasked to undertake urban renewal in accordance with the provisions of the Urban Renewal Authority Ordinance and the Urban Renewal Strategy published by the Government. The URA adopts a holistic approach to urban renewal with redevelopment and rehabilitation as its core businesses. Officer, Human Resources (11-month contract) (Ref. Temp_O(HR)) Responsibilities: To maintain proper and accurate staff records in the Human Resources Management System (HRMS) and the payroll system To provide post-production support for HRMS such as answering enquiries and maintaining error log To validate data in HRMS and prepare the dataset for the payroll system To administer compensation and benefits related operations To maintain the data of Declaration of Interest and Investment, Outside Work and Code of Conduct To provide support in the review of Corporate Policies and Procedures Manual Requirements: Degree in Human Resource Management, Statistics, Business or related discipline Minimum 1 year’s relevant work experience in established organizations Good writing skills in English Strong in PC operation and knowledge of common software such as Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint Knowledge in Tableau will be an advantage (Candidates with less experience may be considered for the position of Assistant Officer, Human Resources.) For more information on the work of the URA, please visit the website at http://www.ura.org.hk . Full resume with present and expected salaries should be submitted via online application (please click this website address: https://careers.ura.org.hk/ ). Closing date for application: 15 September 2022 . All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence and information provided will be used for the consideration of applications. Applicants not invited for interview within four weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. Personal data provided by job applicants will be treated in strict confidence and used strictly in accordance with our “Personal Information Collection Statement Pertaining to Recruitment” for recruitment purpose only. A copy of the Statement is available on our website and obtainable on request. Applicants may be considered for other suitable positions in the Authority and all personal data of unsuccessful applicants will be retained for a maximum of two years.

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    The Urban Renewal Authority (“URA”) is tasked to undertake urban renewal in accordance with the provisions of the Urban Renewal Authority Ordinance and the Urban Renewal Strategy published by the Government. The URA adopts a holistic approach to urban renewal with redevelopment and rehabilitation as its core businesses. Senior Manager, Talent Management and Organisation Development (Ref. SM(TM&OD)) Responsibilities: To plan and implement the talent management and organisation development strategy in support of the organisation’s strategic and operational plans To design and implement policies, processes, systems and initiatives for organization development, succession planning, talent identification, selection and development for building talent pools and leadership pipeline To define future talent needs for all levels according to the business strategy and strategic manpower plan of URA To conduct organisational research and analysis to identify opportunities to increase organisational capacity and efficiency To develop recognition and coaching culture and provide personalize coaching service to key talents To work in partner with Training and Development team in talent development and encourage cross team fertilization To promote effective employee communications and drive employee engagement Requirements: Degree holder in Human Resources Management, Psychology, Humanities or similar disciplines Minimum 10 years’ experience in Talent Management, People Development and Organisation Development in established organisation of which at least 5 years should be in a managerial capacity with proven track record in working independently Experience in public bodies or consulting firms will be an added advantage For more information on the work of the URA, please visit the website at http://www.ura.org.hk . Full resume with present and expected salaries should be submitted via online application (please click this website address: https://careers.ura.org.hk/ ). Closing date for application: 15 September 2022. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence and information provided will be used for the consideration of applications. Applicants not invited for interview within four weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. Personal data provided by job applicants will be treated in strict confidence and used strictly in accordance with our “Personal Information Collection Statement Pertaining to Recruitment” for recruitment purpose only. A copy of the Statement is available on our website and obtainable on request. Applicants may be considered for other suitable positions in the Authority and all personal data of unsuccessful applicants will be retained for a maximum of two years.

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    Established in 1901, the YMCA of Hong Kong is a reputable Christian organization and an integral part of the community. We offer diversified services including formal education, sports, recreation and adventure, fitness and wellness, youth leadership development, social services and community art programmes; in addition to engaging in significant regional and international Christianity development initiatives. We also offer accommodation and food & beverage services in support of our community work. We look for those who share our passion and vision as YMCA of Hong Kong continues caring for our community and empowering our youth. (We are an equal opportunity employer and have been awarded the Family-Friendly Employer Award since 2013/2014. We offer opportunities up to the age of 65.) Executive Assistant (Ref.: EA-202209) Responsibilities Provide a full spectrum of secretarial and administrative support to the CEO on both business and personal matters; Handle correspondences, mails, emails, telephone calls, document filing and other administrative duties etc.; Arrange business trips, appointments and travel itinerary; Responsible for scheduling and setting up meetings, timely distribution of meeting documents; preparing meeting minutes, presentation materials, management reports and high-level events such as AGM; Coordinate and liaise with the Board of Directors and various stakeholders, to maintain good relations with internal and external parties; Assist in various projects and other duties as assigned. Requirements: Degree holder or above (Bachelor's degree holder in business administration or language related disciplines); 5–10 years’ relevant experience in supporting top management of sizeable organization and/or top executives in a fast-paced and professional working environment; Excellent communication skills in written and spoken English & Cantonese; Putonghua will be an advantage; Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, multiple online meeting and video-maker tools, and possess capability to learn new desktop tools to enhance work efficiency and effectiveness; Identify with the vision, mission and values of YMCA of Hong Kong as a faith-based organization; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills to cope with a demanding executive; Mature, resourceful, independent, detail-minded, presentable, responsible, discreet and trustworthy. Remuneration will commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested parties please complete a Job Application Form which can be downloaded at http://www.ymcahk.org.hk ; and send it together with your resume stating the expected salary and earliest availability either by 1) email to hrd@ymcahk.org.hk ; or 2) by mail to: Senior Manager - Human Resources, YMCA of Hong Kong, 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. All personal data provided by applicants will be treated in strictest confidence and used for recruitment purpose only. Only those who are shortlisted will be contacted. www.ymcahk.org.hk

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    Position: Compensation and Benefits Specialist At Olympus, our shared aim is to use our innovative optical and digital solutions in medical technologies to making people’s lives healthier, safer and more fulfilling, which consists of our Core Values of Integrity, Empathy, Long-Term View, Agility and Unity forming the strong foundations and commitment to our people focused culture and guide the way we think and behave, every day. You can look forward to exciting challenges in an international working environment, in which you will be constantly developing on both a professional and personal level. We are looking for a Compensation and Benefits Specialist to join our Human Resources Department in our Hong Kong Office. Responsibilities: Support the local HR team to provide full spectrum of professional C&B services including day-to-day C&B operations and end-to-end projects in enhancing the total rewards strategy for Business Units and Enabling Corporate Functions. Coordinates all C&B processes like the total C&B operations, annual budget, salary/bonus planning, regular auditing, new benefits introduction, etc. Support and deliver overall and new C&B programs, in-house briefing/workshops. Analyze and evaluate C&B information and data from a variety of sources; draw conclusions; make recommendations for sustaining internal equity and external competitiveness (at affordable costs). Identify and address improvement opportunities in overall C&B function and internal control measures (such as internal rules, practices, and SOPs etc.) to link with organizational and business goals and market standards. Able to advice people leaders in taking difficult decisions in the area of compensation, benefits, and motivation of employees to develop trusting relationships within the organization. Lead and participate in projects or ad-hoc assignments when assigned. Requirements: Bachelor Degree in Human Resources Management or related disciplines; MBA is an advantage At least 6 year’s solid hands-on C&B experience from fast paced team environment/multinational organizations with developing a HRIS is an essential Sound knowledge in HR practices, Hong Kong Employment Ordinance and other related governance statutory ordinances (e.g. MPF, IRD, PDPO, etc.) Independent, Agile, Proactive, Strong Negotiation & Stakeholder Management Skills Strong and proven numerical sense and analytical skills with attention to details is a MUST Excellent communicator and presenter (particularly in English writing and speaking) Strong PC skills (especially in MS Excel, MS PowerPoint & Office 365) Candidates with more experience will be considered as Senior C&B Specialist We offer attractive remuneration and career development opportunity. Interested parties, please send your resume together with availability, present and expected salaries to hr.ocap@olympus.com All personal information collected will be treated in strict confidence and used for recruitment purpose only.