iii) experience and skills of conducting research with quantitative and qualitative methodology; (iv) the ability to work independently and self-
motivation. Experience in coordinating research projects and events is highly desirable. Prior experience in drafting policy-
oriented publications is an advantage.
The appointee will support the Centre for Youth Studies, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (HKIAPS) which aims to promote interdisciplinary and collaborative youth studies at the University.
and (iv) handling correspondence.
Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for up to one year, renewable subject to good performance and mutual agreement.
Applicants should submit an up-to-date CV in the online application.