comScoreTag Job - Administrative Assistant ($15K), Bravo Personnel Consultancy Limited
Bravo Personnel Consultancy Limited

BRAVO is one of the Hong Kong’s leading recruitment consultancy since 1993. We specialise in servicing all levels of employment on a permanent and temporary basis. Our reputation is gained through our careful, effectiveness and accurate method of pre-selection of candidate to assure the various requirements of our clients.

Our client is a Listed Financial firm located at Central urgently seeking for the following position:

Administrative Assistant ($15K)

Job Ref.CT3111905-01#6550

Job requirements:

  • Convert hard copies KYC/account opening documents of the existing clients to soft copies
  • Save/name all soft copies documents into our shared folders in an orderly manner
  • Coordinate mailing to clients (print labels, fold letters into envelopes etc)
  • Might help to do basic KYC research on the web (on corporate clients)
  • Post-secondary education or above, fresh graduates may consider
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in both English and Cantonese/Mandarin


Interested parties, please contact Ms WONG or Ms CHENG at 2881 6923 during office hours or email your CV by clicking 'Apply Now' or fax your resume to 2576 8026. All the personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

All applications applied through our system will be delivered directly to the advertiser and privacy of personal data of the applicant will be ensured with security.

Apply Now
Job Ref No.
Goodjobs Tips!
Remember to quote the job title and reference number in the email subject. This allows employers to find and refer to your application more easily.
Employment Term
Career Level
Tips by CTgoodjobs: Tips to avoid employment traps: verify company information, and look out for jobs ads that offer unreasonable salary or has a remote interview venue.
Leave immediately and report to CTgoodjobs if you encounter any inappropriate behaviour.
More tips to avoid employment traps