Founded in 1884, The Hong Kong Jockey Club has become one of Hong Kong's best known and respected organisations, providing the public with world-class sporting entertainment as well as being the city's major non-Government community benefactor. Our contribution to the community is made possible through our unique, not-for-profit business model that channels the surplus proceeds from responsible gaming into community benefits. The Club is now donating over HK$3.6 billion a year to charitable and community projects through its Charities Trust. The Charities Department provides support to the Board of Trustees in the task of granting donations to various non-profit organizations in support of community projects, including arts and culture, sports and recreation, youth services, elderly services, environmental protection, medical and health, etc.
-To drive, develop and implement the HKJC Scholarships ("Scholarships") and Innopower@JC: Fellowship for teachers and social workers ( "Fellowship") programmes of the Talent Development Secretariat including programme implementation and improvement, talent and community building, and impact measurement to achieve the projects stated objectives, outcomes and impact.
-To develop, manage and implement year-long programmes and events, engage and build trusted relationships with key stakeholders and programme partners to ensure programme impact is well-communicated and achieved.
-To oversee budgetary planning and control, manage internal and external liaison and communication.
-To foster synergy and collaboration amongst the HKJC Scholarships and Fellowship programmes with Trust's projects and initiatives; aggregate programme impact and continuously build a talent community of innovative change makers and compassionate future leaders for Hong Kong.
-To produce high quality committee papers, programme reports for regular committee meetings and board submission.
-To keep abreast with the latest development and needs for nurturing young talents and supporting education and social service sectors' innovation for further development and refinement of the programmes; and to ensure timely intervention to address the challenges associated with reaching the goals of the projects.
-Lead, mentor and manage staff and resources to achieve team goals
You should have:
-a Bachelor\'s Degree or above and at least 8-10 years of relevant working experience.
-have a solid track record in the design, development and facilitation of an end-to-end talent and leadership programmes from previous roles.
-working knowledge of operating scholarship schemes, fellowship programmes and exchange programmes is desirable.
-has the passion to learn and innovate.
-personal accountability for delivering quality and timely work collaborating with a team of specialists.
-strong judgment, problem solving and exceptional conflict management skills.
-strong communication and liaison skills, both written and spoken, for collaboration with local and international institutions.
-Work location: Shatin
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Personal data provided by job applicants will be used strictly in accordance with the Club\'s notice to employees and prospective employees relating to the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance. A copy of which will be provided immediately upon request.