- Assist in implementing and driving strategic initiatives
- Track and report on business performance of all HKSH Healthcare centres by benchmarking against industry trends
- Identify current healthcare gaps and assess potential for new service development
- Identify inefficiencies in existing operational systems and processes and map out actionable steps for improvement
- Lead in establishing higher service standards and a patient-centric service model
- Liaise with different departments and any relevant external parties to ensure smooth daily operation
- Expand network reach and manage relationships with external parties (e.g. referral network, insurance companies, strategic partners)
- Research global best practices and innovative ideas with aim to adapt, adopt and apply
- Coordinate efforts to bring a group-wide mobile application initiative to fruition
- Master Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare or related disciplines
- Demonstrated interest in medical and healthcare service industry
- Relevant experience in clinical setting, preferably with knowledge of clinical workflow and medical terminologies
- Excellent interpersonal & communication skills
- Strong analytical, lateral and critical thinking abilities
- Proactive, responsible and able to work independently
- Excellent command of spoken and written English and Chinese (Cantonese and Putonghua)
- High proficiency in using Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and word processing in both English & Chinese
We offer attractive remuneration package including end-of-contract gratuity, discretionary bonus, medical benefit and annual leave.
Interested parties please send full resume with expected salary to
Head of Human Resources, Human Resources Department, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital, 2 Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong, or email by clicking
"Apply Now'. For further details, please visit our career site http://www.hksh.com/careers/en/.
All information received will be kept in strict confidence and only used for employment-related purposes. Applicants who are not invited for interview within 6 weeks
may consider their applications unsuccessful.