Full Time Opportunities
Introduction

We are keen on talents and we take pride in discovering the right people and helping them unleash their full potential. By fostering a harmonious and vibrant workplace, motivating staff and developing their careers, we aim to build a unique team that will bring the Tai Kwun vision to life.

Applicants are welcome to send their career enquires to recruit@taikwun.hk (Human Resource Department of Tai Kwun).

Accountant

Finance Department

Reporting to the Finance Services Manager, you will

  • Handle month-end closing and financial statements preparation, variance analysis and management reports compilation, breakdown in financial statements such as accounts receivables, accounts payables aging reports and intercompany reconciliations after book close
  • Manage cashflow of the company and monitor accounts receivables and payables in a timely manner
  • Assist in handling withholding tax reporting/filing and ensure proper accounting treatment in local books
  • Assist in developing financial control and accounting policies and procedures of Tai Kwun Arts and implement such policies and procedures
  • Check and handle staff claims and handle the periodic expenses reimbursement claims to Donation Trust
  • Support in periodic forecast and annual budget exercise
  • Assist in annual audit, internal control reviews and any ad-hoc tasks, projects or business analysis as appropriate

Requirements:

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or related disciplines with CPA qualification
  • Minimum 9 years’ experience in audit / commercial operations, particularly in handling full set of books independently. Exposure to Art and Cultural related NGOs, and/ or social service settings is a plus
  • A good team player, independent, detail-oriented, capable of working under pressure to meet tight deadlines and willing to work overtime
  • Good planning, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese
  • Well-versed in Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)

Finance Services Manager

Finance Department

Reporting to the Head of Finance, you will

  • Manage full sets of books including financial accounting support, month-end closings and administer the cross-company recharge process within the group
  • Prepare annual budget and forecast, establish regular financial reporting package, prepare financial commentaries for management and highlight risks and  opportunities as appropriate
  • Develop a strong and robust internal cost accounting system and devise appropriate measures and reporting mechanisms and reports for management reporting and budget monitoring
  • Assist management in developing and executing accounting and operating policies and procedures. Provide ad hoc business and financial analysis support to management on special projects or business review
  • Handle withholding tax for external parties and other related tax obligations, beyond the scope of S.88 to ensure compliance with tax regulations
  • Develop a system of donations and sponsorships policies and procedures, including but not limited to accounting, compliance with S. 88 charitable laws and cash flow management
  • Manage the process of submitting periodic donation claims to funding provider, prepare balance sheet review and follow up with any issues being identified
  • Manage internal and external audit requirements and assist programme departments to develop and prepare programme budget

You should have/be

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or related discipline
  • CPA / Chartered Accountant equivalent qualification
  • 10-12 years of experience with sizeable or multi-national company in managerial role, working with people from diverse background. Exposure to NGOs, Big 4 Accounting Firms and/ or social service settings is a plus
  • Able to work with non-commercial background peers/management and open-minded.
  • Proactive, with “can-do” attitude, independent and capable of working under pressure.
  • Detailed-oriented, good planning, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese
  • Passion in arts and culture

Assistant Facilities Manager

Facilities Management

The Job

Reporting to Facilities Services Manager, you will:

  • Develop sound solutions to FM issues and produce convincing proposals to achieve stakeholder buy-in. Coordinate with revelant parties to excute the proposal.
  • Implement a comprehensive Document Control programme to ensure all team records (including procedures, processes, control systems) are complete and updated in a timely manner.  Monitor data quality of the computerised maintenance management system to ensure all site works are tracked correctly
  • Monitor service delivery performance in-line with firmwide service level agreement.  Work with Facilities Management Team stream managers proactively to raise service standards up to / above user expectations
  • Deliver excellent customer service in site events, activities and facility operations by way of mobilising the correct resources within the Facilities Management Team, other departments and external parties
  • Assume the role of “FM Operation in-charge” to oversee site activities on rostered day.  Manage incident escalation and liaise with key operation team members to resume service/operation promptly
  • Facilitate delivery of a high standard of FM services to all users
  • Provide central administration support to the team

About You

You should have/be:

  • Degree in Business Administration / Property Management / Facilities Management or equivalent
  • 8 years’ experience, including 3 years at supervisory level, in property / facilities management is preferred, especially in art and cultural facilities, or facilities for public use
  • Reliable, enthusiastic, a good team player who can also work well independently
  • Self-motivated, well-organized, and attention to details
  • Good problem solving, interpersonal and coordination skills
  • Excellent command of Chinese and English, both spoken and written
  • Proficient in MS Office, working knowledge of MS SharePoint and computerised maintenance management systems  
  • Candidates with lesser experience will be considered as Senior Facilities Officer

Head of Heritage

Heritage Department

Reporting to the Director of JCCPS, you will

  • Lead the Heritage department to create, develop and execute on a compelling long term curatorial vision and strategy that ensures the delivery of high quality heritage programmes and operations all year round. Such programmes may include but are not limited to exhibitions, educational workshops and programmes, heritage tours, publications management, online and offsite engagement strategies that further the objective of greater public engagement and interest in the heritage, history and culture of Tai Kwun
  • Develop, present and execute annual programming plan and budget based on the overall curatorial vision and strategy
  • Explore and use innovative mediums and formats that enhances overall heritage storytelling and education experiences to achieve greater sustained visitor and community engagement; harness the latest developments in exhibition technology to ensure that Tai Kwun’s offerings are contemporary and meet audience expectations
  • Balance a deep commitment to community engagement with an ambition to create heritage experiences of international significance
  • Work closely with external vendors, cultural bodies, researchers, collaborators, writers and other relevant organizations to collaborate on programmes that anchor the curatorial vision
  • Develop focused research plans and methodologies to address key heritage themes of Tai Kwun
  • Develop a sustainable artefact and collections maintenance strategy that would allow the historical assets – including the buildings, objects and artefacts to be conserved, archived and researched in a rigorous manner
  • Work and collaborate closely with colleagues in other programmes - the Contemporary Art and Performing Arts to develop a holistic suite of programmes that harmonizes the polyphonic programme offerings of Tai Kwun as a singular destination
  • Plan and execute on a long term and annual budget for the Heritage Department to optimize the use of financial and human resources available

You should have/be/ :

  • PhD/Master Degree in Curatorial Studies, Museum Studies, Art History, Conservation Management and other related Disciplines
  • More than 10 years of relevant experience in a curatorial capacity and more than 3 years in a similar leadership position in an art and cultural organization
  • Speak in an engaging and persuasive manner about heritage programmes and articulate the propositions and strategies to varied constituencies including various committees, boards, donors, funders, media, civic officials, collaborators and a diverse public
  • Consummate verbal communicator in English, Cantonese, Putonghua.  Expert writing skills in art and heritage subject matter in English and Chinese
  • Possess keen knowledge of latest museum standards, best practices, and trends
  • An inspirational department leader that will motivate employees, collaborators and be part of senior leadership within the management team of Tai Kwun to deliver organizational goals
  • A good team player with a collaborative and open-minded attitude to new ideas and new challenges and be able to translate ideas into quality deliverables on budget and on time
  • Strong multi-tasker with solid planning, financial and organization skills that are crucial for successful multi-tasking of various projects as well as overall timeline and budget management.

Assistant Heritage Officer (Operation)

Heritage Department

You will:

  • Assist in managing the operation and events related to permanent and seasonal heritage exhibitions
  • Support in docent operations – including recruitment, rostering, preparation of training materials, training and performance monitoring
  • Assist in departmental research in the planning of heritage exhibition/programme
  • Provide departmental administrative and coordination support in organizing heritage inventories including the in-house heritage library, artefacts and equipment, etc.
  • Lead and organize Tai Kwun Guided Tours in both Cantonese and English (and preferably Mandarin)
  • Work closely with other teams to ensure a positive visitor experience can be delivered

You should have/be:

  • Degree in Art History/History, Cultural Management, Journalism, Conservation, Tourism, Media studies, or other related disciplines 
  • At least 1 year of work and/or voluntary experience in art and heritage related programmes
  • Excellent Communication Skills in Chinese and English with the ability to conduct public speaking in Chinese and English confidently
  • Flexible to deal with different people with diversified backgrounds and cultures.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Knowledge in Photoshop or Illustrator is an advantage
  • Passion in culture and heritage
  • Required to work at irregular hours, or on Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays

Technician (Electrical & Electronic)

Facilities Management

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Technical Supervisor

Facilities Management

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Technician

Facilities Management

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