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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
Five-day work week, Flexible working hours, Gratuity, Medical insurance

Company Overview


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.