Major Duties :
a) To perform teaching duties including student assessment, operating and maintaining training facilities and equipment to support teaching and learning;
b) To supervise and coordinate staff in performing teaching duties, operating and maintaining training facilities, conducting trade test, and carrying out relevant support duties;
c) To develop and review syllabi and teaching and learning packages, and assist in programme development and reviewing programme curricula;
d) To carry out student and academic related administration duties, such as timetabling, assessment schedules, admission, job placement and study guidance;
e) To assist in staff management, resources allocation, budgeting, fund control and acquisition of training equipment / materials, and other related duties;
f) To develop and maintain networks with the industry, related associations and professional bodies;
g) To assist in implementing quality assurance policies; and
h) To assist in coordinating / organising special events and competitions.
a) A recognised Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent;
b) At least 6 years’ work or teaching experience in the relevant industry;
c) A registered Electrical Worker;
d) Preferably with extensive experience in installation / testing and commissioning / operation and maintenance of electric switchboard;
e) Proficiency in English and Chinese, preferably including Putonghua;
f) Good supervisory, communication and interpersonal skills, and proven administrative abilities;
h) Proactive, self-motivated and willing to learn; and
g) The ability to pass a trade test.
1) Candidates without the required academic qualification stated in the Requirement (a) but possessing 12 years’ work or teaching experience in the relevant industry may also apply.
Where applicable, these candidates may be required to have a Qualifications Framework (QF) Level 3 qualification.
2) The appointee may be required to perform duties outside normal office hours and in designated places as assigned.
3) In support of the Sexual Conviction Record Check (SCRC) Scheme launched by the Hong Kong Police Force, all prospective appointees will be requested to undergo the SCRC at the advanced stage of the employment process.