Assistant Surveyor of Ship
“Although I am usually the only woman on board, I have to act as a fire-fighter in the drills, carrying full set of gears with helmet, oxygen cylinder, and fire hose, opening the hatch cover, climbing the cat ladder, passing through narrow space, and putting out the fire in the engine room. They would not take special care of me just because I am a woman. We all work together to ensure navigational safety." Yoyo, Assistant Surveyor of Ship of Marine Department.
“While I was working on board, I had come across surveyors conducting all kinds of surveys. As time passed, I became interested in their monitoring role for vessels. After working ashore, I want to broaden my professional knowledge in the maritime industry and continue to make use of my previous experience on-board. That is the reason why I decided to apply for the post of Assistant Surveyor of Ships." Raymond, Assistant Surveyor of Ship of Marine Department.
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Survey Officer (Land)
Wong Sau-lei, Survey Officer (Land), said, “A Survey Officer is required to work outdoors and also in office. So it suits my active yet quiet personality.”
Lau Chi-wun, Survey Officer (Land), said, “And it is a stable civil service job, providing civil service benefits like housing and medical benefits. So it has attracted many young people to join.
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Office of the Government Chief Information Officer
“First and foremost is to show your passion and aspiration, and let the interviewer know how well you know about this job. Have your own thoughts on the overall IT planning and development in the Government and in Hong Kong as a whole." Vyona, Analyst/Programmer of Office of the Government Chief Information Officer.
“We hope to enhance efficiency of Government operations with the aid of technologies and promote IT development in different sectors, thus providing more convenient and quality public services to the community, developing Hong Kong into a world-class smart city that embraces innovative technologies." Gordon, Analyst/Programmer of Office of the Government Chief Information Officer.
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