Human Resources Officer - Campus Recruitment - Hong Kong

We are now seeking an individual to fill up the position of Human Resources Officer. This candidate will be a member of the Campus Recruitment Team to support the following areas:-

  • Career Forums
  • Graduate Assessment Centre
  • Commencement Orientation
  • University Liaison
  • Other Ad Hoc Projects

Job Description

  • Assist in planning and co-ordinating various graduate recruitment programmes at the universities, and ensure they are delivered and executed on a timely basis and up to the quality standard.
  • Design & implement effective channels to collect and capture feedback and market intelligence from targeted university students
  • Identify opportunities to improve the Firm’s current graduate recruitment programme, and implement new initiatives under minimum supervision
  • Foster good relationship and network with targeted Universities & Professional Institutions as well as vendors to gain trust and respect for ongoing collaboration
  • Degree in Business Administration, Training & Development, Communications, Social Science or related disciplines
  • Minimum of 2 years’ relevant experience in organizing large-scale events and functions. Experience in campus recruitment preferred but not a must
  • Independent and able to work under pressure and meet tight timeline
  • Mature character with strong interpersonal and presentation skills Good command of both English and Chinese. Proficiency in Putonghua is a definite advantage
  • Proficient in MS office application

Requisition code: CN129335


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