The Security & Integrity Department is at the center of our core values in ensuring Integrity is preserved. Our work in Security, Integrity, Anti-Money Laundering, and Anti-Illegal Betting contributes to the Club’s management of financial crime and corruption risks. We strive to maintain a secure environment to ensure the smooth operation of the Club’s business, and uphold honesty and fairness to help to protect horse racing in Hong Kong.
The job holder reports to Senior Security & Integrity Systems manager and is responsible for supervising a team to manage and oversee the repair & maintenance (R&M) services and all administrative works for security systems. He will oversee R&M services provided by vendors and ensure services qualities are fulfilling the agreed standards, also will manage daily administrative works, processes and procedures for physical security systems. He/She is responsible to develop, maintain and strengthen the services standard, policy, work process and standard operation procedure of security systems.
He / She is also responsible for managing and overseeing the Security & Integrity Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) guide, procedure and works process and EAM system for the physical security assets.
You should have:
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Founded in 1884, The Hong Kong Jockey Club is a world-class racing club that acts continuously for the betterment of our society. The Club has a unique integrated business model, comprising racing and racecourse entertainment, a membership club, responsible sports wagering and lottery, and charities and community contribution. Through this model, the Club generates economic and social value for the community and supports the Government in combatting illegal gambling. In 2017/18, the Club made a record return to the Government of HK$22.6 billion in duty and profits tax and contributed HK$1.2 billion to the Lotteries Fund. Approved charity donations were HK$4.2 billion. The Club is Hong Kong's largest single taxpayer and one of the city’s major employers. Its Charities Trust is also one of the world's top ten charity donors. The Club is always "riding high together for a better future" with the people of Hong Kong.