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Dr. Kong Footcare Limited

Dr. Kong 健康鞋專門店於1999年成立,我們以教育注意大眾足脊健康為己任。
前線同事會提供顧問式服務,提供免費驗腳服務俾顧客,令顧客了解自己足部情況,從而介紹適當產品俾顧客。
本工作好具挑戰性,大家將會學到好多足部相關知識:如足部形態,產品知識,驗腳技巧等,更會透過有系統嘅培訓過程及評估,以提升大家相關能力及表現。
 

Training Officer

Job Ref.CT3108489-01#0100

Job duties:

  • Design, organize and deliver in-house training and development programs for our frontline staff, such as communication skill, customer services etc.
  • Implement and conduct on-site training and field coaching for our frontline staff ;
  • Evaluate training effectiveness and service performance of staff.
  • Organize Training need analysis.

Requirements:

  • At least 2 years’ solid training experience such as delivery of sales and customer services training;
  • Degree holder in Human Resources Management, Training & Development or Health related disciplines are preferable;
  • Strong in planning, organizing and designing training programs;
  • Good facilitation, presentation skill & communication skills;
  • Energetic, outgoing, self-motivated, hardworking & detail-minded;
  • Good command of spoken and written English and Chinese;
  • Proficient in MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint & Chinese Word Processing.

 

Interested parties please send your resume with current and expected salary to recruit@footcare.com.hk

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Job Ref No.
CT3108489-01#0100
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