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Senior Project ManagerThe Nonsensemakers Limited
Senior Project ManagerThe Nonsensemakers Limited

Job Highlights

  • Lead a team to plan and execute company’s projects
  • 5 years’ relevant working experience
  • Bachelor degree in Social Work or Arts Admin

Job Description

What awaits you …

  • Lead a team to plan and execute company’s projects
  • Ensure all projects are completed on time and within budget
  • Engage NGOs and other community stakeholders for collaboration and support for projects
  • Direct strategic and operational plan for promotion
  • Provide secretariat support to the steering committee
  • Prepare accurate and timely reports for submission to the funding body

 

What we expect from you…

  • A Bachelor degree in Social Work, Social Sciences, Arts Administration, Marketing or related fields
  • At least 5 years’ relevant working experience and a minimum of 2 years’ supervisory experience
  • With relevant funds and project management experience related to rehabilitation
  • Strong passion in empowering people with special needs and disabilities
  • Excellent organization, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good command of written and spoken Chinese and English
  • Strong project development and administrative and staff management skills
  • Strong personnel drive
  • Passionate and with relevant experiences in theatre performances and organizing school activities will be an advantage
  • Candidates with less experience will be considered as Project Manager

Additional Information

Years of Experience
5 years
Employment Type
Contract, Full Time, Permanent
Benefits
Five-day work week, Flexible working hours, Gratuity, Medical insurance

Company Overview

ABOUT US

The Nonsensemakers (糊塗戲班) is an independent professional drama company in Hong Kong for 29 years produced more than 100 shows in past years and received different accolades in the industry. With a view to spreading positive energy, our troupe is committed to producing innovative theatric works that vividly depict human lives and appeal to audiences of all sorts.

In 2013, The Nonsensemakers set up a subsidiary troupe, Hand in Hand Capable Theatre (無障礙劇團),  which aims to foster mutual understanding among people with different disabilities (including the physically challenged, people with visual impairment, hearing difficulty and mental illness) and the able-bodied. We believe that through theatre training and performance, the disabled can better integrate into the society and show their talents through this platform, while the able-bodied can also gain inspirations from their disabled peers; with a positive and indomitable spirit.

 

關於「糊塗戲班」

熱愛這刻活出真實

糊塗戲班為香港獨立營運專業劇團,2009年註冊為慈善團體,2014年開始成為香港藝術發展局行政資助藝團,2018年晉升為兩年行政資助藝團,多年來製作超過100個演出,作品屢次獲香港舞台劇獎,為香港其中一個最活躍的劇團。

劇團一直本著要為觀眾帶來正能量的原則,製作充滿生活氣息的演出,作品雅俗共賞,創新絕妙,處處流露對此時此地的深切熱愛,讓觀眾從劇場藝術中,反思身邊的人和事,活出糊塗智慧。

劇團於2013年獲「社區投資共享基金」撥款,創立全港首個由專業劇團支援及營運的「無障礙劇團」,集不同能力人士,透過戲劇訓練及表演,發揮所長,達致傷健共融;2013年起舉辦超過200個跨障別藝術工作坊,走訪超過100間大、中、小學及幼稚園推廣共融教育;亦分別在2015年、2017年及2018年舉辦大型共融舞台劇《星圖》及《天虹戰隊》;2017年更獲香港藝術發展局頒發「藝術教育獎」,肯定劇團為共融教育的努力。

2017年劇團與喜鵲媒體聯合製作紀錄短片《燈亮時》,紀錄一眾學員在20162017年間參與計劃的成長經歷;紀錄片更有幸成為2017年亞洲電影節的推介電影,隨後在百老匯電影院公映半年,讓共融訊息在不同的平台延續及推廣至社會上不同的角落。

未來我們會繼續堅持信念及製作高質素的演出,讓舞台藝術成為人們精神生活不可或缺的重要部分。