The mission of the Legislative Council Secretariat is to provide efficient administrative, secretariat and research support for the Legislative Council, enhance community understanding of the activities of the Council and ensure an effective avenue for redress. The Secretariat is looking for a high calibre individual to fill the position of Artisan.
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The main duties of an Artisan include:
(a) conducting daily inspection of premises, facilities and equipment and reporting any faults found for rectification;
(b) liaising with relevant works departments and contractors and monitoring the progress and quality of the maintenance and repair works;
(c) performing minor repair works related to plumbing, electrical, fabrication and other civil works in the Legislative Council Complex, and/or other related offices;
(d) setting up audio-visual equipment for meetings; and
(e) performing any other duties as required.
The appointee will be required to work shift duties and outside normal office hours, including weekends and/or public holidays.
(a) preferably have completed Form 3;
(b) have completed a full apprenticeship or other approved course of practical training in an appropriate trade (plumbing/electrical/mechanical/carpentry);
(c) have at least three years' relevant experience in an appropriate trade (plumbing/electrical/mechanical/carpentry);
(d) have passed a trade test at an appropriate level; and
(e) preferably be a holder of the Certificate of Registration of Electrical Worker (Grade A).
The Secretariat may devise further criteria to shortlist applicants.
The starting salary is $15,605 per month, increasing by three annual increments to $18,840. There is also a monthly cash allowance for the rank of Artisan (the current rate is $360 per month). The successful candidate will be appointed on three-year agreement terms subject to renewal upon satisfactory completion of service, at which the appointee will be eligible for an end-of-agreement gratuity. The gratuity, when added to the employer's contribution to a Mandatory Provident Fund Scheme, is equal to 10% of the total basic salary drawn during the agreement period. Fringe benefits include paid leave as well as medical and dental benefits.
Applications should be sent to Human Resources Office, Legislative Council Secretariat, Legislative Council Complex, 1 Legislative Council Road, Central, Hong Kong on or before 11 October 2016. The position applied for should be indicated on the envelope, and an email address should also be provided in your application. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by email or by phone. All personal data provided will be treated in strict confidence. Applicants not invited for interview within eight weeks from the closing date may assume their applications unsuccessful.
(A standard application form may be downloaded from the Legislative Council Website (http://www.legco.gov.hk))
As an Equal Opportunities Employer, The Legislative Council Commission is committed to ensuring that there is no discrimination in employment with the Legislative Council Secretariat. The vacancy advertised is open to all applicants meeting the basic entry requirements irrespective of their disability, sex, marital status, pregnancy, age, family status, sexual orientation and race.