Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities


Check out the opportunities below and contact us at [email protected] with any questions

Senior Graphic Designer

Job summary

We are seeking a true believer of the power of creativity that drives results, possess a strong design sense, knowledge of communication hierarchy and has solid typographical skills. You’ll be responsible for helping to define the image of the Union's communications across both print and digital platforms.

 

Specific responsibilities

  • Create print advertising, leaflet designs, POS layouts and digital assets for Facebook, Twitter, webbanner, website and eDMs
  • Knowledge of HTML
  • Create event collaterals and work with vendor for production/execution
  • Manage event branding and creative on-site to deliver project objectives
  • Partner with internal departments to assist in plan/coordinate event logistics
  • Deliver creative ideas and designs that deliver results
  • Assist in ad-hoc assignments as required

Closing Date : 23rd June 2018

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Development Physiotherapist

Job summary

The role will report to the Head of Player Welfare & Medical and Lead Physiotherapist and will be responsible for physiotherapy management of national players, as well as delivery of group and individual based rehabilitation programs.

 

Specific responsibilities

  • To provide evidence-based physiotherapy and rehabilitation to national players, primarily players within Women’s XV’s, development and national age-grade programs, including physiotherapy coverage of training sessions and tours
  • To design and deliver individual and group rehabilitation sessions for injured players
  • To complete physiotherapy assessments, including use of relevant outcome measures
  • To work closely with other national Physiotherapists and Strength & Conditioning coaches to provide effective strategies for rehabilitation and prevention of injuries
  • To monitor player wellness and injury status and provide reports for discussion to the management and medical teams
  • To work closely with a multidisciplinary team of support staff, including regular communication with rugby coaches, managers, doctors and other relevant staff
  • To develop and complete appropriate screening processes for Women’s XV’s and development players, and assist with screening for other national squads, as required
  • To maintain thorough clinical records and input screening and injury surveillance data
  • Assist in ad-hoc assignments as required 

Closing Date :8th Jun 2018

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Elite Rugby Program (ERP) Assistant Physiotherapist – Locum 9-12 months contract

Job summary

The role will report to the Head of Player Welfare & Medical and Lead Physiotherapist and will be responsible for providing physiotherapy management of the ERP squad.

 

Specific responsibilities

  • To work closely with the Lead Physiotherapist to provide evidence-based physiotherapy and rehabilitation to ERP players
  • To provide acute injury management and preparation including strapping for training and games
  • To implement and supervise rehabilitation sessions for injured players
  • To complete physiotherapy assessments, including use of relevant outcome measures
  • To work closely with other National physiotherapists and Strength & Conditioning coaches to provide effective strategies for rehabilitation and prevention of injuries
  • To monitor player wellness and injury status and provide reports for discussion by the management and medical teams
  • To work closely with a multidisciplinary team of support staff, including regular communication with rugby coaches, managers, doctors and other relevant staff
  • To assist in completing ERP musculoskeletal screening processes
  • To maintain thorough clinical records and input screening and injury surveillance data
  • Assist in ad-hoc assignments as required 

Closing Date :8th Jun 2018

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Facilities Manager(Technical)

Job summary

To oversee the technical issues and daily operation of King’s Park and Tin Shui Wai Pitch to ensure smooth operation and the condition of facilities are in good working order.

Specific responsibilities

  • manage the daily operations, maintenance, improvement works and venue management of King’s Park and Tin Shui Wai Pitch;
  • provide supports on the events and all related preparation works;
  • evaluate and oversee the quotation process for purchasing goods or service and make recommendations;
  • provide engineering supports on the planning, coordination, management and maintenance on existing properties;
  • responsible for contract management, including the review of work programme, cost estimation, cash flow and final account throughout the maintenance and improvement works projects;
  • monitor and control approved budgets of maintenance/improvement works for ensuring projects completion within time and budget;
  • carry out facilities inspection regularly for monitoring on statutory compliance;
  • develop the planned and preventive maintenance programmes on an annual basis;
  • maintain updated standard and monitor the license renewal status;
  • carry out fault diagnosis and troubleshooting;
  • responsible for appropriate stocks of materials or tools as required;
  • attend emergency calls, shift duty and during adverse weather as required;
  • conduct risk assessment and prepare action plans to rectify safety and non-compliance risks on a timely basis;
  • set up contingency plans, emergency procedures and drills;
  • responsible for maintaining and filing the documents including the engineering drawings and contract documents of related works and projects;
  • assist General Manager Facilities to establish continuous improvement plan for the workflow of daily operation;
  • perform duties in support of and as assigned by General Manager Facilities

Closing Date : 23rd May 2018
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Rugby Sevens Coach

The Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited (“HKSI”) is now inviting suitable candidates for the following vacancy: Rugby Sevens Coach - Read More
(Annual performance based remuneration package ranges from HK$443,124 to HK$843,348)


The Job
Reporting to the Head Rugby Coach, the Rugby Sevens Coach will be responsible for the following duties:
-To help coordinate, design, and implement training programmes for elite female athletes in Hong Kong;
-To lead the development of the National Womens Sevens programme;
-To establish a clear player pathway from National Age Grade to Senior Elite Women Sevens squad;
-To fully utilize and integrate scientific, medical and other athlete support services into the elite training programme to enhance elite training outcomes;
-To monitor athlete performance through comprehensive, multi-method assessment and regular evaluation;
-To provide timely and critically analyzed progress reports to the HKSI and Hong Kong Rugby Union;
-To be responsible for administrative matters related to local and overseas squad training and competitions;
-To supervise Assistant Coaches and part-time coaches; and
-To assist the HKSI and Hong Kong Rugby Union with coach education programmes.

The Requirements
-University degree or its equivalent;
-Holder of a recognized coaching qualification equivalent to Hong Kong Coach Accreditation Programme Level 3 Certificate;
-A minimum of 5 years’ professional coaching experience and proven record of achievement in coaching rugby athletes at national level or its equivalent
-Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
-High level of computer literacy; and
-Awareness/ knowledge of Child Protection in sport and equal opportunity issues in the context of Hong Kong are an added advantage.

Applications
Please send full resume with current and expected salary, contact telephone number, email and postal addresses, and availability to The Human Resources Manager, Hong Kong Sports Institute Ltd, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin, New Territories or email: [email protected] on or before 17 January 2018.
Please quote reference no. HKSI-20171110-RUC in the application.
Appointment will be on a fixed term contract. General information is available at the website http://www.hksi.org.hk.
Applicants who are not invited for interview within six months may consider their applications unsuccessful
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Data collected will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes only.

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