Managing and overseeing the repair & maintenance services for the Club’s Physical Security Systems.
Track, record and update the Repair & Maintenance service agreements
Workout the most appropriated service level agreements and procurement strategies in complying with the department- Security & Integrity’s EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) policy.
Prepare and develop the whole set of tender documents, evaluation criteria and tender evaluation reports
Develop the contract agreements / procurement requisition documents
Design the UAT plans, track and manage all systems handover documents provided by security vendor including the training manuals, as-built drawings, certification of completion and equipment schedule.
Prepare and manage the GRN (Good Receipt Note) documents for the acceptance of new installed security systems and registration of new security assets
Manage all service providers for Repair & Maintenance services of security systems and monitor their services performance. Handle the renewal of Repair & Maintenance services and workout the service agreements.
Develop the platform and workflow to manage, store and share the handover documents, materials and drawings after the completion of security systems projects.
Provide technical advice, design, support and project management for the implementation and operation of the Club’s physical security systems.
Manage the EAM system for security assets and monitor the day-to-day operations in both HK and China. Support the team members in conducting the year-end inventory check.
Manage and supervise the EAM administrator to handle day-to-day assets registration, the follow-up of repair & maintenance services and the accounting of associated expense for life cycle cost calculation in both Hong Kong and Conghau.
Support day-to-day physical security systems operations. This includes coordinating physical security systems maintenance, inspections, tests and reviews.
Assist Security Systems Manager to develop and document physical security systems policies, standards and procedures
You should have:
Higher Diploma or above, preferably with additional electronic engineering or IT / information related qualifications.
A minimum of 8 years’ experience working on project management for the implementation of physical security systems for large enterprises and/or major projects in Hong Kong and/or China, specifically, handling the budget approval, tender exercise, contract agreement, inventory taking and assets registration. Experience working on the design, installation, configuration and maintenance of the physical security systems (includes IP based CCTV system, enterprise access control and integrated alarm systems) area in a corporate or service provider role.
Good project documents writing skills
Good project management and project coordination skills
Good knowledge of inventory taking and assets management.
Good knowledge of IP based CCTV, Enterprise access control and integrated alarm system technologies and up to date security systems product knowledge
Good communication and presentation skills
Fluency in both written and spoken English and Cantonese
Willing to travel frequently to mainland China in overseeing and coordinating the security systems project.
Terms of Employment
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to Apply
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Fax : 2881-7966
Mail : Human Resources Department, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, 1 Sports Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
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