Job - Accounting Officer I (Operation & Control), Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited
Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited

Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd. (HAECO), one of the world's leading aeronautical engineering groups, is engaged in the maintenance, modification, repair and overhaul of commercial aircraft and their components. We are now inviting suitable applicants for the following position:

Accounting Officer I (Operation & Control)

Job Ref.AO,OC/0F/CT/20161121

Scope of Duties:

  • Perform enquiries from stakeholders
  • Handle month-end closing duties
  • Dealing routine work with operation team
  • Submit schedule reports


  • Higher Diploma in Accounting or related disciplines
  • Minimum 1 year’s relevant experience
  • Proficient in use of MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint
  • Good command of both spoken and written English and Chinese
  • Detail oriented and able to work under pressure

How to Apply:

Please send your resume with expected salary, quoting the employer's reference no., to: Human Resources Department - Resourcing Team, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited, 80 South Perimeter Road, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong OR email your application to :

Candidates not contacted 4-6 weeks after submission of applications and/or interviews may consider their application unsuccessful.

All information provided by candidates will be treated in strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purpose only.

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Job Ref No.
AO,OC/0F/CT/20161121 (CT3100811-01#0082)
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