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ulifestyle.com.hk

U Lifestyle is a web platform with plenty of leisure information for better life. In U Lifestyle, you can always find something new in our life. Enjoy life and make it fruitful is our mission. Come and join us, make it to be your U Lifestyle.

For more information, please visit: http://travel.ulifestyle.com.hk/

We are looking for high-calibre candidates to join our dynamic team as:

Web Product Assistant (Part Time) (UFood.com.hk)

Job Ref.WPA-ULUFB-HKET

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in website development in the areas of content writing, data input, translation and editing

Requirements:

  • University students preferred
  • Good command of Chinese and English languages, Chinese typing required
  • Detail-minded, responsible, patient and independent
  • Knowledge of photoshop, video-editing will be an advantage
  • Interest and knowledge in local dining trend will be advantage

 

We offer attractive remuneration package to the right candidate including excellent career path, friendly working environment, 5-day work week, competitive salary. 

Interested parties please complete online application form via https://hket.ctgoodjobs.hk/a/04602095-001

Personal data provided by job applicants will be used strictly in accordance with our Personal Data Policy, a copy of which will be provided immediately upon request.

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WPA-ULUFB-HKET (CT3110922-01#0024)
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