The Hong Kong Society for the Blind

Administrative Assistant (Ref:IAC/AA/JD)

The Hong Kong Society for the Blind
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Posted on 28 Sep 2020

Administrative Assistant (Ref:IAC/AA/JD)

The Hong Kong Society for the Blind

Job Highlights

  • administrative duties
  • organize programmes for service user
  • Diploma holder or above

Job Description

Job Requirement:
  • Diploma holder or above
  • At least 2 years related working experience
  • With customer service experience preferred
  • Proficiency in MS Office & Chinese word-processing
  • 5 subjects pass or Level 2 in HKCEE (including Chinese Language, English Language (Syllabus B), and Mathematics)
Job Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for administrative duties & clerical support for audio description team
  • Assist to organize different audio description programmes for service users

Interested candidates please apply with covering letter and full resume including salary expected to the Human Resources Manager, The Hong Kong Society for the Blind, 248 Nam Cheong Street, Shamshuipo, Kowloon or by clicking "APPLY NOW". Please mark reference no. on the envelope.

All information provided will be kept in strictly confidential and will only be used for recruitment related purposes. Applicants not invited for interview within one month may consider their applications unsuccessful and their personal data will be destroyed within 3 months.

Additional Information

Career Level
Entry Level
Qualification
Non-Degree Tertiary
Years of Experience
2 years
Job Type
Contract, Full Time
Company Website

Company Overview

The Hong Kong Society for the Blind (HKSB) was established in 1956.  Over the years, we have developed a wide range of services covering eye care and low vision services, rehabilitation and vocational training, educational support, employment guidance, adaptive technology advisory service, information and communication technology applications to improve information access for the visually impaired, rehabilitation service for persons with multiple disabilities and visual impairment (MDVI), and residential care for the aged blind. To provide services to help maximize the capabilities of the visually impaired, facilitate their equal participation in society and improve their quality of life with a view to achieving a harmonious and inclusive society.

Additional Company Information

Benefits & Others
Five-day work week, Medical insurance