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Management Services Officer II (3)

Toni, Management Services Officer II, “MSO may not sound familiar to many of you, however, we serve as the internal management consultant of the government, providing advisory services on operations to different bureaux and departments so as to facilitate reform in public service" Matthew, Management Services Officer II, “As the innovator in the government, we are not bound by dedicated specifications in our work, more often we are required to think out of the box!” Please watch the video for more information on job duties, career path...etc. of the Management Services Officer. Organisation chart

What you need to know when applying for MSO II (Management Services Officer II)

Roles and DutiesManagement Services Officers (MSOs) are the main members of the Efficiency Office. As management consultants, MSOs help policy bureaux and departments find opportunities for improvement, facilitate and implement change, and accelerate innovation and technology adoption for better services. Types of consultancies include business process re-engineering, departmental management reviews, organisational review, performance measurement, design thinking, knowledge management, shared services, public sector innovation, information technology application studies, streamlining of government services and review on business facilitation as well as market and financial analysis. Deployment of MSOsMSOs may be posted to work in different policy bureaux and departments of the Government. They work in close partnership with colleagues of different grades in providing service in the areas of general consulting, resource management and other fields.General Consulting- Conduct management consultancies (e.g. business process re-engineering studies, organisational reviews) on the services, operations or processes of the departments concerned.Resource Management- Provide resource management support, assessing proposals for manpower, financial and accommodation resources.Other Fields- Take up a variety of roles in policy bureaux/departments, such as assisting in the implementation and daily management of information technology systems and equipment, stakeholder engagement and publicity of certain government programmes.. Entry Requirements1. a bachelor's degree from a university in Hong Kong, or equivalent; and2. Level 2 in the two language papers (Use of Chinese and Use of English) in the Common Recruitment Examination (CRE) or equivalent results ;3. a Pass result in the Aptitude Test paper in the CRE; and4. a Pass result in the Basic Law Test (BLT) (Degree / Professional Grades).  Remuneration Package1. Starting SalaryThe entry pay for an Management Services Officer II is Master Pay Scale Point 14 which is at present HK$30,235 per month2. Annual Vacation LeaveAnnual vacation leave of 18 days per year3. Fringe Benefits - medical and dental benefits.4. Fringe Benefits - housing benefits. For more details, please visit the website of Efficiency Office. The application for Management Services Officer II (MSOII) Post for 2021-22 is closed. Applicants could watch the video below for better preparation of the interview.(The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)  

Management Services Officer II (2)

About Management services officers...- They are general grade staffs and will be posted to work in different policy bureaux and departments after being recruited.- They act as internal management consultants for the government and will provide opinions for other departments’ operation mechanism. Hence, this post will involve a relatively wide range of knowledge from different areas and fields.- They hold a bachelor’s degree from a Hong Kong University, or equivalent, but no specific major is required.- They are generally flexible and innovative Want to know more? Please click to Yan’s video for the detailed introduction. Organisation chart

Management Services Officer II (1)

Yvonne Yip, Angie Lauw and Dennis Wong work as Management Services Officer II.In their capacity as internal consultants for the Government, they offer management consultancy services to various bureaux and departments. They are here to share with you different aspects of their work, career paths and tips for the job interview. Apart from creative thinking, a keen sense of curiosity, an observing and analytical mind are also prerequisites for their work in promoting better public services. Being able to serve the public is their greatest source of job satisfaction. Organisation chart