The Security & Integrity Department is at the center of our core values in ensuring Integrity is preserved. Our work in Security, Integrity, Anti-Money Laundering, and Anti-Illegal Betting contributes to the Club’s management of financial crime and corruption risks. We strive to maintain a secure environment to ensure the smooth operation of the Club’s business, and uphold honesty and fairness to help to protect horse racing in Hong Kong.
Daily security incidents management
- Handle all HKJC security incidents being reported to the Security Control Center including incidents in Happy Valley, Sha Tin, Off Course Betting Centers, Conghua Racing Center etc.;
- Deploy responsible Security Operation team(s) to incidents at scene;
- Assist in data collection for incident recording into the incident system (SIIS).
Monitoring of cross-border horse movement
- Conduct pre-departure checks including weather and road condition etc.;
- Perform tracking of horse movement activities and status;
- Provide centralized assistance support to the convoy team with any incidents or unplanned events;
- Be responsible for the CCTV footages Record Management;
- Escalate incidents to senior management and convene Horse Movement Incident Team if necessary.
Race Day Security Control Room
- Ensure the race day readiness of SCR equipment and related documents;
- Answer any telephone enquiries;
- Handle safety and security incidents being reported to the Race Day Security Control Room;
- Handle the attendance counting of in and out flow of the race meeting.
Monitoring of Club wide security systems
- Monitor all Club wide security systems being connected to the Security Control Center:
- OCBB alarm systems
- Fire alarms
- Thermal cameras to detect turf incursion
- Prioritize the critical location case for urgent maintenance and coordinate with the owners for the contingency plan
- Receive all Covid-19 related staff reports being reporting by Club staff;
- Triage high and medium level cases to First Response Group (FRG);
- Activate FRG by setting up emergency calls and/or zoom to facilitate discussions.
You should have:
- Diploma/Associate Degree with minimum 3 years of working experience in incident handling preferred
- Competency and literacy with computer and software applications, notably Microsoft Windows and MS Office applications
- Proficiency in both written and spoken English and Cantonese
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
- Fair analytical skills and business acumen
- Ability to work independently under tight schedule and stressed situations
- Willing to work on shift and Public Holidays.
Terms of employment
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Contract employment will be offered to the successful candidate. Contract renewal will be subject to mutual agreement between the Club and the individual.