The Hong Kong Countryside Foundation Ltd 香港鄉郊基有限公司 was established in 2011, at the initiative of Sir David Akers-Jones and Mr C Y Leung, to provide a vehicle to enable people keen to conserve the countryside for the long-term benefit of Hong Kong public to come together and work to...

The Hong Kong Countryside Foundation Ltd 香港鄉郊基有限公司 was established in 2011, at the initiative of Sir David Akers-Jones and Mr C Y Leung, to provide a vehicle to enable people keen to conserve the countryside for the long-term benefit of Hong Kong public to come together and work to turn dreams into projects which could be implemented step by step. It is a not-for-profit organization registered formally as a “company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital”. It is also a charitable organisation recognized by Inland Revenue Department for tax purpose.

Project Officer

Job level Middle
Work exp 3 Years To 4 Years
Education Bachelor Degree
Location
Kowloon, New Territories
Employment type Full Time
Industry Charity / NGO / Non-Profit Org / Social Services
Job function Construction / Property > Others
Science / Lab / Research > Research & Development (R&D)
Published On 09/10/2020

Major Responsibilities:

To work under Project Director and Project Manager for the Countryside Conservation Funding Scheme (CCFS) funded project “Feasibility study of licensed food business in remote old villages” mainly in Lai Chi Wo village of North East New Territories, to formulate and promulgate framework to the rural community which consists as part of village revival model of “Hakka Life Experiential Village”;

  • To carry out research as directed and engage stakeholders, identify issues and evaluate solutions to the establishment of licensed food business in remote old villages;
  • To consolidate documentation and compile reports based on study findings, develop the framework of business operation in the context of remote villages;
  • To organize events and promotional activities, including workshops, questionnaire, leaflets, website, exhibition;
  • To assist in coordination with various parties on developing the solutions and framework of restaurant license application;
  • To undertake office administrative duties;
  • To help in other duties as assigned by Project Director and Project Manager including developing Hakka Life Experiential Village project

Requirements:

  • A recognized university degree in built environment, surveying, or in communications with relevant knowledge in built heritage
  • 3-4 years of experience in research outreach projects and preference will be given to those who possess relevant experience
  • Strong analytical skills with experience in report writing
  • Outstanding written, communication and presentation skills
  • Knowledge of social media with the ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Problem-solving, a team player with positive attitude and could work independently

 

Please apply in confidence with your detailed resume with cover letter stating your expected salary to The Hong Kong Countryside Foundation Ltd by email to chairman@hkcountryside.org and   or by post to 14th floor, 480 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong on or before 30 Oct 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview and written test.

(Please quote the applied position when submitting the application)

 

The information supplied by applicants will be used strictly for this recruitment exercise and in compliance with Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

 

Information about The Hong Kong Countryside Foundation Ltd

http://www.hkcountryside.org/

 

About the Lai Chi Wo project

https://www.lcw-hakka-life.org/

 

09 Oct 2020