Job - Product Assistant - F.I.T, Hong Kong Wing On Travel Service Ltd
Hong Kong Wing On Travel Service Ltd

Wing On Travel, one of the largest travel companies in Hong Kong, provides quality and versatile travel services worldwide. We are now inviting a high calibre and dynamic individual with solid experience and leadership skill to join our team.

Product Assistant - F.I.T

Job Ref.CT3107945-01#0003


  • To provide general clerical services and document support to the section, including typing, data entry, filing, handling telephone enquiry, fax transmission, etc;
  • Update the information of airlines and leisure product, prepare market comparison and analysis report on related products.


  • Diploma or above holder, preferably in tourism related disciplines
  • 1 year relevant working experience preferable but not essential
  • Proficient in MS Office
  • Fast and accurate Chinese and English typing skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Responsible and eager to learn
  • Immediate available is preferable

Attractive remuneration packages will be offered to right candidates.  Please send application with full resume, present and expected salary via email address at

All information provided will be kept confidential and used solely for recruitment purpose.  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.  All application will be retained for a maximum period of twelve months.   

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  • Dental plan
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Education subsidies
  • Insurance plan
  • Meal allowance
  • Medical plan
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