Financial Reporting Council (“FRC”) is a statutory organisation charged with the legal responsibilities of investigating auditing irregularities and enquiring into non-compliance with accounting requirements in the financial reporting of listed companies. This is an exciting time to join us as we are expecting that our responsibilities will increase significantly.
|Work exp||Minimum 8 Years|
|Employment type||Full Time|
|Industry||Government / Civil Services / Public Sector|
Administration > Administration / Operation Manager
Human Resources > Employee Relations
Human Resources > Generalist HR
We are looking for a dynamic manager who will enhance and bring new ideas to our administrative function and who is a self starter.
- Performs full spectrum of general office administration functions including office supplies procurement, office maintenance and filing system maintenance
- Performs full spectrum of HR functions, including recruitment, remuneration & benefits administration, staff training and development, staff relations and other HR related services
- Oversees the preparation of annual budget, financial statements, cash flow forecast and analysis reports
- A recognised university degree in any discipline
- At least 8 years of relevant experience in human resources, general administration and finance with sound knowledge of employment laws
- Knowledge of accounting is an advantage
- Able to work independently and has good problem solving skills
- Good communication and interpersonal skills
- Good command of English and Chinese
Please send your resume with details of qualifications, previous experience, current and expected salary to: Financial Reporting Council, 29th floor, High Block, Queensway Government Offices, 66 Queensway, Hong Kong or by e-mail to: email@example.com
Data held by the FRC relating to employment applications will be kept confidential and used for recruitment purposes only. Applicants who are not contacted within six weeks may consider their applications unsuccessful. The FRC will retain their applications for a maximum of six months.