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Assistant Administrative OfficerHong Kong Policy Research Institute Limited
Assistant Administrative OfficerHong Kong Policy Research Institute Limited
Job Highlights
  • Provide all-round support to office administration
  • High Diploma / Associate Degree or above
  • 2 years of administrative/ secretarial exp.
Job Description


  • Provide all-round support to office administration and secretarial work
  • Prepare documents and files, and maintain accurate filing records
  • Provide basic accounting support
  • Handle enquires, correspondence, and visit arrangement
  • Assist in project assignment


  • High Diploma / Associate Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or related disciplines
  • Administration/ secretarial/ accounting/ office experience is a plus
  • Good command of written and spoken Cantonese, Mandarin and English
  • Good telephone manner with cheerful and friendly character
  • Proficiency in MS office applications and Chinese Word Processing
  • Able to handle multi-tasks and flexible in accepting assignments

We offer competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, in addition to other benefits. We put great emphasis on developing staff potential and providing growth opportunities for good performance.

Applicants should send full resume with current and expected salary by email to hr @ hkpri. org. hk , or by post to the Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, Unit Nos.1409-1413,14/F, Manhattan Centre,8 Kwai Cheong Road,Kwai Chung, Hong Kong. The envelop should state “Application – Assistant Administrative Officer ”. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

Personal data provided by applicants is used for recruitment purpose only.

Additional Information
Career Level
Entry Level
Non-Degree Tertiary
Job Function
Years of Experience
2 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Five-day work week, Medical insurance
Company details

Hong Kong Policy Research Institute (“The Institute”), set up in 1995, is a leading public policy think tank in Hong Kong and is internationally recognized.

Since January 2016, the Institute has been undertaking a series of research studies entitled Hong Kong Vision Project, focusing on the major challenges facing the HKSAR and how to address them. Twenty five research reports have been published up to now and they are well-received in the community. The Institute has also been active in organizing forums and conferences on public policies.