MANDATORY PROVIDENT FUND SCHEMES AUTHORITY (MPFA)
The MPFA was set up in September 1998 under the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance (Cap. 485). Our mission is to regulate and supervise privately managed provident fund schemes;
to educate the working population about saving for retirement and the role of the MPF System as one of the pillars supporting retirement living;
and to lead improvements to provident fund systems to make them more efficient and user-friendly, and better meet the needs of the working population.
Staff are our most valuable asset. We are looking for talents who are willing to adopt our core values in performing their work : Commitment, Quality, Teamwork and Community Perspective;
and share our concern for the retirement protection of Hong Kong’s workforce. Those who are interested in pursuing our mission and developing their careers in the MPFA are invited to join us.
Reporting to the General Manager (Human Resources), the main responsibilities of the appointee include :
To support in devising and implementing people strategies and initiatives, including but not limited to transformation and change programmes, to meet the strategic priorities of the organization;
To oversee full spectrum of HR duties including compensation and benefits, recruitment, performance management, talent management, employee engagement and retention, and managing HRIS systems and HR services providers;
To formulate, review and implement human resources policies, procedures and programmes to meet the needs of the organization;
To provide expert advice to line management in support of effective people management; and
To lead and coach HR staff to achieve departmental objectives.
A recognized degree, preferably in Human Resources Management, or equivalent;
At least ten years of relevant experience in human resources management, of which at least four years should be at managerial level, preferably gained in sizable or public organizations;
Experience in leading strategic initiatives and programmes, and / or change management projects is preferable;
Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese;
Strategic and strong people management skills with the ability to gain credibility;
Strong interpersonal, communication, analytical, and problem solving skills as well as influencing skills to win over trust with the management;
Mature, flexible, customer-oriented and a good team player; and
Able to work independently and under pressure.
A competitive remuneration and benefits package including a discretionary performance-linked variable pay, annual leave, medical, dental and life insurance coverage, and MPF will be offered.
All new appointments will be made on a two-year fixed-term contract initially prior to consideration for appointment on a non-fixed-term basis.
Interested candidates are invited to apply by sending full career details and application letter, quoting the job reference number, with information of current / expected remuneration, availability, to the email address or the address below :
Human Resources Department, MPFA
Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre
51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong
The closing date for application is 21 October 2020 or postmarked on 21 October 2020. Applicants not invited for interview by the end of December 2020 may assume that their applications are unsuccessful and their applications will not be retained for more than two years.
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The information provided will be kept confidential and only be used for those purposes relating to your application. Please visit our website for the details of the MPFA’s Personal Information Collection Statement for Job Applicants at The MPFA is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates.