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Assistant Human Resources Officer

Business Unit:  The Peak Complex
Location:  Hong Kong

Working alongside a wonderful team in The Peak Complex, we are seeking a Human Resources Officer to support our Human Resources Team.

 

  • Develop yourself in a stable & dynamic environment
  • Work in one of the world’s most famous attractions
  • Exceptional market leading benefits such as comprehensive family medical insurance (including dependents), 17 public holidays, 12-15 days annual leave, 3 days carers leave, non-contributory retirement plan and performance bonus

 

Key Accountabilities:

  • Support HR operational excellence including talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, learning and development, health and safety, staff engagement and administration.
  • Responsible for full talent acquisition cycle from job description and specification review, channel selection, job posting to candidate screening, interviewing and onboarding process.
  • Participate in implementing the learning and development plans in order to support the corporate strategies.
  • Support and participate in various HR initiatives and projects including but not limited to wellness & engagement programmes, learning and development programmes, company culture and branding. 

 

General Requirements:

  • Minimum 2 years' human resources experience with Bachelor or above in Business Administration or Human Resources Management.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.
  • Proactive, detail-minded, analytical thinking and multi-task.

 

We are delighted to receive your resume for further consideration through HSH Career Site and will communicate directly with suitable qualified applicants.

 

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About The Peak Complex

One of the world’s most spectacular city skyline views can be found at Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, with The Peak Tower offering a dynamic retail and commercial property. Our journey started in 1888 when the Peak Tram was established as Asia’s first funicular railway, and an hour-long trip to the Peak by sedan chair was replaced by an exhilarating ride of under ten minutes. Today, this remarkable feat of engineering remains one of the most photographed icons of Hong Kong and is one of the top tourist attractions in the city, carrying six million passengers annually.

Requisition ID:  34765