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Nike Hong Kong Ltd.

Nike Hong Kong offers career opportunities in Sales, Marketing, Product Creation and Digital Sport. Our teams work closely together to create meaningful connections with the youth of Hong Kong to inspire and enable them to participate in sports. Nike Hong Kong is fueled by a creative spirit, an open-minded attitude, and a work hard play hard culture.

Nike Athlete - Full Time Sales

Job Ref.CT3108501-01#0051

Job Description:

Handle day-to-day operation activities in our retail shops.
Provide sales support and excellent service to customer.



F.5 or above.
Energetic, team player and service oriented.
Fluent English, Cantonese & Mandarin.
Interested in sports.
At least 1-2 years retail sales experience is a must.
(***Candidates now working at franchise stores will not be considered.)


Working Location: 

Kick's Lounge, Gateway, Tsim Sha Tsui
Citygate, Tung Chung
Aberdeen Center, Aberdeen
Paradise Mall, Heng Fa Chuen, Chai Wan
Pak Tai Street, To Kwa Wan
Provident Certre, North Point
Nike Lab, Causeway Bay
Sogo, Causeway Bay


Interested parties please send your detail resume with expected salary to the Human Resources Department via email to:

 * Please be noted that NIKE Great China recruitment center is based in SHANGHAI, thus candidates may receive call from Shanghai.

NIKE is an equal opportunity employer.
Personal data collected will be sued for recruitment-related purpose only.

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