As one of the leading property developers in Hong Kong striving for excellence and quality, we have developed prestigious properties such as Coronation, One Mayfair, The Hermitage and The Palazzo. In addition to managing a large and diverse portfolio of leasing properties, we also own and operate The Fullerton Hotel and Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore, four prime hotels and a Yacht & Country Club in Hong Kong.
|Work exp||8 Years To 12 Years|
|Employment type||Full Time|
|Industry||Property / Real Estate Development|
Legal / Professional Services > Legal & Compliance
Legal / Professional Services > Paralegal / Legal support
Legal / Professional Services > Lawyer / Legal Services
The successful candidate will be responsible for legal advice and support relating to the Group’s property portfolio, drafting and scrutinizing property related transaction documents, handling project development and pre-sale related matters, providing legal input to leasing and property management related matters, providing legal advice to business and operation of the Group as well as such other ad hoc projects assigned by management.
Qualified lawyer in Hong Kong with minimum 8 years of post-qualification experience gained with a reputable law firm or as in-house counsel
Familiarity with the laws and regulations relating to and solid experiences in handling property development, pre-sale consent related work, conveyancing, leasing and property management
Self-motivated, responsible, good team player and ability to work under pressure
Excellent written and spoken English and Chinese including Putonghua
We offer attractive remuneration packages commensurate with experience and qualifications. If you aspire to an exciting and rewarding career, send your resume immediately, quoting your present and expected salaries to our email address at email@example.com or by mail to Human Resources Department, Sino Group, 11-12/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
If the applicant does not receive a response by 28 October 2016, the application will be considered unsuccessful. Information provided by applicants will be treated in strict confidence and used for recruitment purposes only.