About The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Remarkable Careers
A world-class horse racing operator and one of the world’s largest charity contributors, donating a record HK$3.9 billion in 2015/16. A major taxpayer, Hong Kong's largest by far, generating HK$20.9 billion in 2015/16 for public funds. A pioneer in technology, striving for the highest levels of customer service. A membership club, recognised as one of Asia’s most prestigious. Above all an organisation dedicated to the overall betterment of Hong Kong. This is The Hong Kong Jockey Club, a truly remarkable organisation offering you a rewarding career with unparalleled prospects for growth and development.
Assistant Community Relations Manager


The Community Relations (CR) Team is under External Affairs Department. CR’s key functions are to strategize and implement engagement plans with key community stakeholders with a view to building a comprehensive and sustainable community infrastructure which in turn facilitates smooth implementation of the Club’s initiatives and projects at the district level. CR also formulates strategies and devise action plans to help manage district affairs and ad hoc issues of the Club and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust (The Charities Trust); and delivers volunteer services across different sectors of the community, either independently or in collaboration with other community organizations.




The Job
You will:


  • cultivate and build a network of relationship with various district-based organizations, and keep contact      with them with a view to enlisting their continued support of the Club’s  and the Charities Trust’s proposed projects and/or programmes
  • monitor noteworthy developments in districts and collect district information and community feedback of issues relating to the Club and the Charities Trust
  • assist in devising and executing district engagement action plan to facilitate smooth planning and      implementation of the Club’s projects and/or programmes
  • help establish and serve District Liaison Group to strengthen the engagement and mutual communication with prominent stakeholders at district level
  • conduct research on issues relevant to the Club and the Charities Trust and set up a community database
  • participate in planning and executing the district-wide community events by working closely with both      external and internal parties
  • undertake resource management duties as needed
  • work with other departments within the Club, and to provide community input with a view to facilitating their planning and implementation of district-based projects and/or programmes
  • perform other duties assigned by supervisors



About You
You should have: 


  • a recognized university degree in public administration, public/social policy, social/political science,      translations, communications or related discipline and relevant qualifications and solid (at least 6 years) experience in cultivating and maintaining community relationships;
  • good knowledge of districts profile in Hong Kong and the various key stakeholders concerned;
  • proven record of collaboration with local organizations at district level, such as government departments, District Councils, Rural Committees, political parties and pressure groups;
  • experience in project management and execution of community programmes for different target groups;
  • self-confidence with strong communication and interpersonal skills, pleasant personality and interest in meeting people
  • hands-on skills of computer software, e.g. MS Office and Powerpoint applications
  • sensitive to social and political dynamics in districts;
  • resources management experience; able to work under pressure; and
  • high level of proficiency in written and spoken English and Chinese


Terms of Employment
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualification and experience. Successful candidates with less work experience may be appointed as Senior Community Relations Officer. An employment contract will be offered to the successful candidate. Contract renewal will be subject to mutual agreement between the Club and the candidate.



How to Apply
Please fax/mail your resume, complete with expected salary and job reference to:
Email: recruit2@hkjc.org.hk
ax: 2576-1987
Mail: The Human Resources Department
The Hong Kong Jockey Club
1 Sports Road, Happy Valley
Hong Kong






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