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RGF HR Agent Hong Kong Limited
RGF HR Agent Hong Kong Limited is a regional corporation of Recruit Holdings Co.,Ltd., one of the world biggest HR consulting & recruitment service provider.

With over 15 years business experience in Asia, we provide professional service to  job seekers and our clients in permanent placement and temporary staffing.

Our Professional Consultants are always pleased to support you, just give a call at (+852) 2537 2557

If you want to know more vacancies or job details, please take a look at our website:

http://www.rgf-hragent.asia/hongkong/en/

Data-entry Clerk (Part-time)

Job Ref.CT3112275-01#3702

Our client is looking for a Part-Time Clerk (Data Entry) as the following: 

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for accurate and quick data entry and document processing in operation
  • Generating data from the system, and inputting data
  • Perform general reception work
  • Other ad-hoc project assignments

Requirement

  • Relevant experience will be advantageous
  • Proficient in English typing and Chinese Word Processing
  • Strong in PC skills is preferable
  • Responsible and detail-minded

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CT3112275-01#3702
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