The appointee will assist project leaders in conducting research on co-speech gestures in first and second language contexts. Research duties include, but are not limited to literature review, data collection and data processing such as annotating co-speech gestures and spoken Cantonese and spoken English. Under the guidance of professorial staff, the appointee will participate in data analysis and report drafting.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applicants should send a full resume with expected salary by clicking Apply Now or by post to Human Resources Office, Hang Seng Management College, Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong on or before 29 July 2018. Please indicate the post applied for and mark 'Application - Confidential' and the reference number on the cover.
Applicants who are not invited to an interview within three months may consider their applications unsuccessful. All information received will be treated in strict confidence, and the data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only. The Personal Information Collection Statement will be provided upon request.
Hang Seng Management College, incorporated in Hong Kong with limited liability by guarantee, is an equal opportunity employer.
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Hang Seng Management College (HSMC) was restructured from the former Hang Seng School of Commerce and established in 2010 as a non-profit-making private university-level institution with five Schools (Business, Communication, Decision Sciences, Humanities & Social Science, and Translation), about 5,000 full-time students and 190 full-time faculty members. Adopting the unique “Liberal + Professional" education model, HSMC is residential-type which puts quality teaching and students’ all-round development as its highest priorities. Aspiring to be a leading liberal-arts-oriented private university in the region, HSMC features top-quality faculty members, award-winning green campus facilities, innovative degree programmes, impactful research on sustainability, and excellent student support services, with the aim of nurturing young talents with critical thinking, innovative minds, human caring, ethical values and social responsibilities.
The College now invites applications for the following position to work for the Research Project “Co-speech Gestures Across First and Second Languages in Hong Kong: Cantonese and English", funded by the Research Grants Council (RGC):