Assist in various learning and talent development projects to support the people development strategy of the organization.
Develop and conduct Orientation and basic soft skills training programmes to meet with staff development needs and foster company culture.
Assist in development, management and lead the execution of new training initiatives to enhance services and solution provide to division/ department.
Identify training needs through performance review data and regular consultation with stakeholders.
Evaluate training effectiveness to support the development of appropriate learning solution for the organization.
Manage learning record system and monitor the staff training.
Execute company education support policies and handle education support schemes’ applications.
Degree in Business Administration, HRM, Psychology or related discipline, with at least 5 years working experience in training and people development. With experience gained from sizable company/ construction related industry is preferred.
Interested and passionate in training and people development.
Well organized, attention to details, result oriented, strong in communication and people oriented.
Good presentation and interpersonal skills.
Strong initiative, proactive and demonstrate ‘Can-do’ attitude.
Proficiency in written and spoken Chinese and English.
Proficient in MS Office applications and multimedia software skills is an advantage.
Attractive salary and fringe benefits will be offered to the successful candidates. Please apply with full resume, available date, present and expected salary and quoting the reference code on the letter & envelope to THE HUMAN RESOURCES & TRAINING DEPARTMENT, HIP HING CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD., 11/F., Chevalier Commercial Centre, No. 8 Wang Hoi Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong OR click Apply Now OR fax to 2530 4360.
Hip Hing Construction Company Limited, a main contractor in Hong Kong undertaking various types of building and civil engineering projects, is looking for high calibre applicants to fill in the following position for its Hong Kong projects: