Senior Manager (Corporate Development and Administration) (Ref : SM (CDA))
IN SEARCH OF SENIOR EXECUTIVES
Financial Services Development Council 香港金融發展局
The Financial Services Development Council ("FSDC") was established by the HKSAR Government in January 2013. The FSDC engages the financial services industry of Hong Kong and formulates proposals to promote the further development of the industry and map out the strategic direction for the development of Hong Kong as an international financial centre.
The Senior Manager is responsible for corporate development, governance and other administrative matters of the FSDC. It oversees a wide range of general administrative services including human resources, finance, office accommodation, procurement and supplies.
Holder of bachelor's degree or equivalent, preferably in human resources, business administration, accounting or related disciplines. At least 7 years' post-qualification experience, with experience of working at a senior level in human resources, financial planning or general administration.
Please refer to details of the job openings on the FSDC's website at http://www.fsdc.org.hk/en . A letter of application setting out in detail why the applicant considers himself/herself suitable for the position, together with a full curriculum vitae, quoting the corresponding job reference should be sent to TT Ho of Korn/Ferry International (HK) Ltd, 15/F, St George's Building, 2 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong or by e-mail to FSDC@KornFerry.com or facsimile at (852) 2810 1632. The closing date for application is 29 December 2018. Applicants not invited for interview within 6 weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. For enquiries regarding ED and Head, please contact TT Ho; and other executives, Mabel Tang at (852) 2971 2700.
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