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Technical Officer

The CEDD aims to contribute to society in the development of its infrastructure and in other efforts to keep the environment green and sustainable. It also aims to establish Hong Kong as a city of infrastructural safety. Mannix and Amanda, two technical officers in the CEDD, shared their feelings about the job. Thanks to the experimental work they do on a daily basis, they have become prudent and organized. Let us take a look at this challenging profession which is closely related to our everyday life. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Geotechnical Engineer

Owing to its mountainous terrain, Hong Kong is predisposed to flooding and landslides. Protecting our citizens from these natural hazards is the job of not only the disciplinary forces, but also the geotechnical engineers, who are responsible for monitoring every landslide black spot to make high-precision assessment of landslides. Striving to protect the lives of local citizens, Jenny Yeung demonstrates how women can equal men in their fearless performance as geotechnical engineers in the face of the dangers of natural disasters. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Civil Engineer

To many, being an engineer simply requires an aptitude for making complex calculations and wholehearted commitment to construction site work. However, Sunny Sun, a civil engineer at the Civil Engineering and Development Department, will tell you that his job involves not only working on construction sites, but also reaching out to the public, so that in the planning process he can contribute to building our city with a human touch. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page