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HKMA Manager Trainee Programme 2022 (Application is closed)

HKMA Manager Trainee Programme The HKMA operates a two-year Manager Trainee (MT) Programme. Our aim is to prepare young adults who are interested in central banking work to become our future key management staff and to contribute to the financial stability and prosperity of Hong Kong.An MT will undergo on-the-job training in two to three different departments in order to gain an understanding of the important role the HKMA plays in maintaining Hong Kong’s monetary and financial stability.On completion of the Programme with satisfactory performance, an MT will be appointed as a Manager. RequirementsExperience: No formal work experience required. Final-year students or recent graduates of local and overseas universities are welcome to apply.Education: Holder of a Bachelor’s degree from any discipline with very strong academic results. Business / Finance / Economics major a plus.Capabilities: Broad general knowledge, high versatility and flexibility, great attention to details, good logical and critical thinking, a sharp and analytical mind.Communication skills: Excellent command of English and Chinese, strong presentation and communication skills, good Putonghua an advantage.Team spirit: A good team player, able to work with others to achieve the objectives.Attitude: Willing to accept challenges, proactive, interested in and aspired to work in the central banking field.SalaryMonthly fixed pay at $49,000+ plus a lump-sum pay upon Programme completion.Details and apply: Click here Deadline of application: 28/10/2022 (Application is closed)

Technician Trainee

The Engineering Technician Training Scheme offered by the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department covers various disciplines including the electrical, mechanical, air-conditioning, building service, electronics and vehicle disciplines. After choosing your major discipline, you will be assigned to different places for practicum and will accumulate expertise under various masters. You can also attend weekly lessons to balance your learning of theory and practice. Furthermore, you may have a better chance of getting promoted, which will allow you to realize your ambition and talent here in our department. Now, let our Technician Trainee Ka Hin tell you more! Organisation chart

Technician Training Scheme (Electrical and Mechanical Services Department)

The Technician Training Scheme (the Scheme) 2022 is now inviting applications.  If you have attained a secondary level education and would like to develop your future career in the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD), you may consider applying for the Scheme when the application is open.  Prospective graduates of courses may also apply for the post.  The requirements and details of the post shall refer to the relevant recruitment advertisement. Salary HK$16,015 per month (Technician Trainee I (2-year programme)) HK$14,660 per month (Technician Trainee I (3-year programme)) HK$13,825 per month (Technician Trainee II (2-year programme)) HK$12,645 per month (Technician Trainee II (3-year programme)) The Scheme offered by the EMSD covers various disciplines including the electrical, mechanical, air-conditioning, building services, electronics and vehicle disciplines.  After the basic workshop training, you will be assigned to different workplaces for on-the-job training in designated trade and will accumulate expertise under various masters. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese) For details of the Scheme, please visit EMSD website. In addition, interested person can visit this website to know more about apprenticeship training and submit application on or before 17 March 2022. More information of vocational training can be refered to another story.

HKTDC - Executive Trainee Scheme (the application is closed)

HKTDC's Executive Trainee Scheme is now recruiting high achievers and self-motivated individuals. The Executive Trainee Scheme will offer you:- A three-year structured development programme rotating through different marketing streams- International and local project experience- The opportunity to learn a foreign language- Steps to a challenging and rewarding career Requirements- Degree holder in any discipline, with no more than three years of working experience- Pro-active and adaptable- Detail-oriented with strong analytical skills- Fast learner who is mature, responsible, and can work under deadlines- Good team player with excellent interpersonal skills- Strong command of written and spoken English, Chinese (including Putonghua). Ability to speak a foreign language will be an advantage Details: Click here Deadline of application: 2/1/2023 Here below is the sharing from the HKTDC Executive Trainees of the previous years.

The Airport Authority - Management Trainee Programme (the application is closed)

The Airport Authority - Management Trainee Programme is designed to develop high potential talents into future leaders. Management Trainees are provided with abundant opportunities to acquire the skills and professional expertise necessary to build solid careers at the Airport Authority. During the three-year programme, Management Trainees will acquire job-related skills and knowledge through rotations in core departments, participation in cross-functional projects and assignments, and functional and leadership training. Through our structured curriculum, our future leaders will develop problem-solving capabilities, leadership skills and internal networks necessary to forge successful careers in airport management. University graduates with the following attributes and competencies are welcomed to apply:- Final-year university students in any discipline; or recent university graduates with less than three years of working experience- Team players with strong leadership potential, self-motivation and drive to achieve excellence- Excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese including Putonghua- Passion to develop careers in the aviation industry Details: Click here Deadline of application: 8/1/2023

First outstanding female apprentice of the Water Supplies Department

To ensure the provision of a reliable and quality water supply service, the frontline work of the Water Supplies Department (WSD) is very crucial and our artisans have played an indispensable role. Since 2015 WSD has run an apprentice training scheme to nurture artisans, recruiting about ten Technician Trainee II (Waterworks) each year and offering them a series of on-the-job training. The first female apprentice under the scheme, Ms KAO Fuk-yee, Koey, received the Outstanding Apprentices Award by the Vocational Training Council, giving the department a shot in the arm for its dedication to training young people to join the industry. Turning to waterworks from business In 2016, at the suggestion of her friend, she, as a fresh graduate from an associate degree in Business, began to reckon that the engineering discipline had good development potential. She decided to give up pursuing a business career and turn to working in waterworks by studying the Basic Craft Course (Plumbing and Pipefitting) offered by the Construction Industry Council. In the same year, she had obtained an offer from the WSD and became its first female apprentice. During the training period, she was enrolling in the Craft Certificate in Plumbing and Pipefitting while undergoing the internship. Upon completion of the apprentice training scheme last year, she was employed by the WSD as an artisan. Practical and professional training During the two-year apprentice training, Koey was assigned to take up internship in various positions within the department, for example, learning the water treatment processes and the corresponding water quality monitoring procedures; learning how to use devices to detect the whereabout of the leakage on water mains in the Water Loss Management Unit; and learning ways to handle public enquiries on water quality and supply in the Customer Services Section. She was also assigned to the Distribution Section to assist in handling emergency water main burst cases. According to Koey, the apprentice training scheme is an eye-opener for her. Currently stationing in the Customer Services Section in Hong Kong and Islands Region, she is mainly responsible for replacing and conducting accuracy tests on aged meters, as well as handling customer enquiries on water quality and supply. She is pleased that the apprentice training has equipped her the skills that she can apply in her job. Strong as men through physical training As the work of artisans is physically demanding, it is a position that has been perceived as one dominated by males. Koey shares with us that it is indeed not easy for females, the physically weaker gender, to pick up a large pipe wrench weighing two to three pounds to install and remove meters, which she also finds difficult at times. To cope with the work, she persists in working out every week and has hit the gym four times a week at her peak to improve body strength. Now she can lift heavy items at ease. She also recalls when she was a newbie, what feared her most was working in some dark, dirty and wet courtyards, but she has got used to it now, which she says with a grin on her face. Tireless efforts of outstanding apprentices Koey believes that, apart from physical fitness, it is very important for artisans to be meticulous and observant. For instance, when inspecting pipes, one must observe carefully for any damaged parts. Whenever she comes across a special case or cases involving various rusting pipes, she will pay extra attention for future reference. In fact, many procedures that require physical strength can now be done with machines. For example, the valves of large-diameter pipes are now controlled electrically by a switch. Therefore, female workers are not put at an obvious disadvantage. However, to become an outstanding apprentice, one has to work extra hard to constantly upgrade oneself, and acquire more knowledge about waterworks through further studies and daily exposure at work, says Koey. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese) (The video is provided by Development Bureau)