Full Time Opportunities

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).

Assistant Manager – Finance Operations & Reporting

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
  • Supervise a small team and oversee daily accounting operation tasks including Accounts Payable and General Ledger
  • Manage the process of submitting periodic donation claims to funding provider, prepare balance sheet review and follow up with any issues being identified
  • Manage cashflow of the company and monitor accounts receivables & payables in a timely manner
  • Handle withholding tax reporting/filing and ensure proper accounting treatment in local books and compliance with financial controls
  • Identify, define, and drive process/system improvement projects in line with the operation needs while continuously improving tools and processes
  • Provide support in periodic forecast and annual budget exercise led by FP&A team
  • Handle statutory audit, assist in internal control reviews and any ad-hoc duties and assignments as required

You should have/be:

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or relevant disciplines with CPA or Charter Accountant qualifications
  • At least 5 years of supervisory experience in audit or commercial operations, particularly in handling full set of books independently
  • Exposure to Art and cultural related NGO or social service settings is a plus
  • A good team player, independent and able to work under pressure
  • Self-motivated and attention to details
  • Good planning, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese
  • Well-versed in Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)

Performing Arts Manager

You will:

  • Lead the Department to plan and develop Tai Kwun’s annual performing arts programming, including music, theatre, dance and cinema, to contribute to Tai Kwun’s year-round progamming vibrancy
  • Participate in the development of Tai Kwun’s Strategic Plan and contribute to Tai Kwun’s strategic objectives through selecting, producing and presenting performing arts programs suitable for Tai Kwun’s venues to ensure sustained programming throughout the year
  • Identify outstanding Hong Kong talent in performing arts and devise programs which support and develop Hong Kong creativity and performance practice
  • Identify and recommend leading international performers and performing companies to stimulate Hong Kong audiences and coach, mentor or partner with complementary Hong Kong performers in order to develop Hong Kong’s performing arts capability
  • Collaborate with Contemporary Art and Heritage programming teams to develop distinctive, cross-disciplinary themes, events or festivals
  • Identify and recommend programming partners whose programs and activities are suitable in quality and complementary in content to Tai Kwun’s programming.
  • Support the Director in the planning, management resourcing and delivery of special events
  • Present all proposed performing arts programming to the Program Committee for endorsement, and engage in regular dialogue with individual committee members to seeks advice, insights or alternative suggestions
  • Set and manage the budget for the annual program of performing arts and manage, support and develop a department of four direct reports
  • Ensure the Director is kept fully up to date with all programming developments and provide timely, detailed and accurate information to colleagues in supporting departments to enable them to fulfil expectations

You should have/be:

  • Minimum 10 years’ solid experience in the arts and cultural sector of Hong Kong
  • Extensive experience in producing performing arts events in more than one discipline
  • A commitment to, and a demonstrated track record in, the development of emerging artists in different fields of the performing arts
  • A wide network of contacts in the performing arts sector of Hong Kong. A creative think who is self-motivated and capable of taking an idea from inception to realization
  • An inspirational leader who will motivate employees and open to new ideas and challenges and with strong leadership skills
  • Sound financial skills in budgeting and cost control
  • Proficient in written and spoken English and Chinese
  • Flexible in working at irregular hours including weekends, evenings, public holidays of festive seasons, as required by the program

Manager – Finance Operations & Reporting

You will:

  • Oversee the month-end closing to ensure smooth completion. Manage full sets of books including but not limited to financial accounting support & month-end closings and administer the cross-company recharge process
  • Work closely with Financial Planning and Analysis colleagues to provide support for budgeting process
  • Establish regular financial reporting package, prepares financial commentaries for management and highlight risks & opportunities as appropriate
  • Develop a strong and robust internal cost accounting system and devise appropriate measures, reporting mechanisms & reports for management reporting and budget monitoring
  • Handle withholding tax for external parties and other related tax obligations beyond the scope of S.88, including tax arrangement for international guests and partners, to ensure compliance with tax regulations
  • Supervise daily treasury activities including cash flow and liquidity management, coordination of payments approval and e-banking authorization, cheque payments in accordance with the Schedule of Delegation of Authority, bank account operations and maintenance.  Review and approve PR/POs and lease proposal including EAP, CER, and asset disposal.  Arrange for contract signing for non-procurement agreements
  • Manage the process of submitting periodic donation claims to funding provider, prepare balance sheet review and follow up with any issues being identified
  • Ensure compliance with accounting policies and regulatory requirements; assist and coordinate with external accountants and statutory auditors to manage all internal and external audit requirements
  • Provide support, insight and timely analysis to all department heads to facilitate their understanding of the financial performance of their departments
  • Drive future Finance system upgrade including vendor selection, work closely with vendor for user requirements and UAT
  • Provide ad hoc financial analysis support to management on special projects or business review

You should have/be:

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or relevant disciplines with CPA or Charter Accountant qualifications
  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in sizeable or multi-national company and with strong people management skills. 
  • Exposure to Art and cultural related NGO, hospitality, entertainment or retail industry is a plus
  • Able to work with non-commercial background and open-minded
  • Strong team-player and able to lead a team of finance professionals
  • 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
  • Interest and passion in arts and culture

Leasing and Commercial - Community Project Assistant (one-year contract)

The Job
Working in our Leasing and Commercial Department, you will:

  • Support Tai Kwun to use space as a resource to elevate artistic experiences and as a medium for collaborative placemaking
  • Catalyse the shaping of public spaces through creative processes to bring new energy into local neighbourhoods
  • Support the development of venue hire business and related commercial offerings, as well as coordinates events to enhance lifestyle and enjoyment experience of Tai Kwun visitors
  • Search for spaces and sites with potential for activation or transformation into venues for creative work; assess spaces’ feasibility through discussions with creative professionals and key stakeholders
  • Coordinate and facilitate artistic experimentations; providing delivery support for art and creative happenings
  • Implement customer acquisition initiatives for venue hire business, and develop rapport with corporate and institutional clients
  • Support the implementation of venue hire events, from inquiries handling to events coordination
  • Assist in the development of marketing materials for client pitching

You should have/be

  • Candidate with no more than 6 months full time employment on a consecutive (not accumulative) basis is a must
  • Degree holder is preferred
  • Customer-oriented, empathetic, culturally sensitive, respectful, creative, independent
  • Adaptability skills, complex problem-solving skills, coordinating skills, planning and organizational skills, interpersonal and communications skills
  • Knowledge related to building and construction, design, sociology and anthropology

Deadline of application : 30 November 2022

Heritage - Community Project Assistant (one-year contract)

The Job
Working in our Heritage Department, you will:

  • Assist the production and adaptation of creative work to be showcased, communicated, and consumed via different platforms
  • Enhance accessibility and social inclusion by broadening access to creative work by a wide spectrum of audiences and facilitating cross-pollination of knowledge and ideas that transcends human boundaries
  • Support the formulation and execution of community arts projects through collaboration with partners in other sectors
  • Promote the development of artistic interventions and happenings to facilitate cross-sector dialogue and inclusive art-making
  • Design and produce creative content apt to be delivered through multiple channels
  • Research on local and international media trends and propose potential ideas to transform artistic work into transmedia content for multiple platforms
  • Research on existing community art examples, as well as reference cases in the region and abroad to support the formulation of community strategy and work
  • Liaise with community organisations on the ideation, planning and execution of arts and cultural programmes

You should have/be:

  • Candidate with no more than 6 months full time employment on a consecutive (not accumulative) basis is a must
  • Degree holder is preferred
  • Conscientious, detail-oriented, flexible, cooperative
  • Well-organised with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge in heritage or research

Deadline of application : 30 November 2022

Art - Creative Communications Assistant (one-year contract)

The Job
Working in our Art Department, you will:

  • Find different strategies to use various old and new media to introduce new audience to contemporary art through different platforms
  • Research and analyze digital education campaigns implemented by art institutions of similar scale
  • Identify and analyze the factors of successful digital education campaigns
  • Identify new audiences and develop relationships with new target groups, NGOs and underprivileged communities who can benefit from the knowledge, appreciation and healing power of contemporary art 
  • Develop and implement a long-term digital education campaign through establishing strategic timelines, custom content creation, and new participation opportunities to activate and benefit various target groups, NGOs and underprivileged communities
  • Produce and promote original content (such as education videos, podcasts, digital events) through innovative presentations, across different platforms (website/app, social media), inspired by exhibitions and events in Tai Kwun Contemporary, to reach different target audiences

You should have/be

  • Candidate with no more than 6 months full time employment on a consecutive (not accumulative) basis is a must
  • Degree holder is preferred
  • Experience in the administration of social media platforms
  • Genuine interest and good knowledge in contemporary art and visual culture
  • Self-motivated, passionate in working with artists, curators and researchers in developing complex art projects
  • Be able to solve problems, creative, responsible and detail oriented; strong project management and team skills with the ability to work with tight deadlines and manage multiple tasks
  • Proficiency in Photoshop
  • Excellent communication skills, proficient in both spoken and written English and Chinese

Deadline of application : 30 November 2022

Performing Arts - Creative Communications Assistant (one-year contract)

The Job
Working in our Performing Arts Department, you will:

  • Assist the production and adaptation of creative work to be showcased, communicated, and consumed via different platforms
  • Enhance accessibility and social inclusion by broadening access to creative work by a wide spectrum of audiences and facilitating cross-pollination of knowledge and ideas that transcends human boundaries
  • Support the formulation and execution of community arts projects through collaboration with partners in other sectors
  • Promote the development of artistic interventions and happenings to facilitate cross-sector dialogue and inclusive art-making
  • Design and produce creative content apt to be delivered through multiple channels
  • Research on local and international media trends and propose potential ideas to transform artistic work into transmedia content for multiple platforms
  • Research on existing community art examples, as well as reference cases in the region and abroad to support the formulation of community strategy and work
  • Liaise with community organisations on the ideation, planning and execution of arts and cultural programmes

You should have/be:

  • Candidate with no more than 6 months full time employment on a consecutive (not accumulative) basis is a must
  • Degree holder is preferred
  • Knowledge in media trends and Performing Arts
  • Well-organised, think out of the box and innovative
  • Cheerful, conscientious, detail-oriented, flexible, initiative, open-minded               

Deadline of application : 30 November 2022

Senior Marketing Officer

You will:

  • Assist Marketing Manager to project manage 360 marketing & communications plans and implementations in focus of contemporary art programmes, ensuring KPIs are met and delivered within required standard, budget and timeline. Channels cover social media, digital marketing, KOL, public relations, advertising, and direct marketing
  • Communicate marketing ideas from concept to execution, and work with internal departments and external partners such as designers, photographers, videographers, agencies, and production houses to deliver optimized results
  • Research on market best practice and generate creative / innovative marketing ideas that match the programme direction
  • Conduct performance review for each project, deduce insights for ongoing enhancements 
  • Carry out regular website updates and provide administrative support to the team

You should have/be:

  • Bachelor degree in Marketing, Journalism, Art, or relevant disciplines
  • At least 6 years of experience in relation to  marketing, preferably in arts, cultural and destinations industry
  • Active user of different social media platforms, familiar with the backend mechanism and data analysis
  • Strong project management, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Detail-oriented with good sense of logical thinking
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese. Good at proposal writing
  • Curious and passion in working at cultural industry

Assistant Curator

You will:

  • Work closely with Senior Curator and external curators on research, planning, development, implementation of contemporary art exhibitions and agreements with artists, institution partners and lenders
  • Liaise with artists, lenders, institution partners and external curators throughout the planning and implementation process of exhibition programmes to ensure successful delivery of programmes
  • Work with artists on realising new art commissions, including planning, production, installation and public events
  • Work with the Senior Curator and external curators, design and editorial team on  content creation including exhibition text, printed matters and digital content
  • Coordinate the workflow between the curatorial, exhibition and registrar team, ensure the communication and project timelines are streamlined with other departments of Tai Kwun
  • Coordinate with Tai Kwun departments for opening events and other related public events. Handle internal workflow for procuring service providers. Ensure works are delivered timely and ensure the quality to meet the satisfaction and best interest of Tai Kwun
  • Work independently on research and identifying programme opportunities
  • Maintain good relationship with artists, partners, and service providers

You should have/be:

  • Bachelor Degree in Art history, Museum Studies, Arts Administration, Cultural Management or relevant discipline
  • Minimum 3 years’ work experience in contemporary art related institutions and entities, with hands on experience in research, exhibition planning, artwork production, editorial and project management
  • Creative, self-motivated and passionate in working with artists, curators, and researchers in developing contemporary art programmes of various formats
  • Genuine interest and good knowledge in contemporary art and visual culture of Asia and internationally
  • Responsible, creative, a team player with research and time management skills, multi-tasking skills, communication skills, problem solving skills, time management skills and attentive to details
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word and Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Proficient in spoken and written English, Cantonese and Mandarin
  • Candidates with less experience will be considered as Curatorial Assistant

Exhibition Manager

You will:

  • Materialise contemporary art exhibitions, from design, production, installation, operation to dismantling stages through effective budget, timeline, resources, and manpower management
  • Manage and see to completion of all exhibition, architectural and artwork productions in close collaboration with Artists, Curators, Design & Build Collaborators, and other appointed contractors through professional resource management while fulfilling budgetary and timeline objectives and safety and venue requirements
  • Manage exhibition expense and budget including but not limited to budget proposal, allocation and monitoring; procurement administration and finance reporting adhering to company objectives and guidelines 
  • Manage exhibition timeline including but not limited to the detailed scheduling and adaptation of exhibition cycles from planning, production, logistics, installations, maintenance to dismantling stages, in close collaboration of internal and external collaborators
  • Raise, manage and negotiate contractual and liaison engagements with partner institutions, artists, curators and contractors with concerned departments
  • Ensure all licenses required for the exhibitions are acquired in a timely manner, while efficiently communicating and exercising licensing and safety requirements with relevant stakeholders throughout the exhibition production process
  • Contribute to exhibition and departmental strategies, meetings and the planning and execution of exhibition projects, in line with the exhibition and company objectives and guidelines
  • Work with external and internal parties to ensure efficient communication and working practices are implemented for relevant exhibition, site, safety and licensing standards are met

You should have/be:

  • Degree holder in in art history, museum studies, arts administration, cultural management or related disciplines
  • At least 5 years’ experience in leading or managing contemporary art exhibitions in a museum or gallery environment.  Solid knowledge in contemporary artwork production would be essential
  • Well-organised and strong project management and problem solving skills, able to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Excellent and effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint 
  • Good command of spoken and written English and Chinese 
  • Candidates with less experience will be considered as Assistant Exhibition Manager

Visitor Experience Associate - Effectiveness and Efficiency

You will:

Focus on delivering an excellent visitor ‘transformative experience’ to make Tai Kwun “the vibrant heart of Hong Kong” by helping to optimize front line team deployment planning using Tai Kwun software/systems to centralize administration improving operations efficiency. 

  • Work closely with managers and supervisors to create and implement day to day schedule management, co-ordinate schedule swaps and changes based on staffing needs and changing programme requirements
  • Use workforce management system, prepare reports to assist management in monitoring team and individual performance
  • Support daily operations at Visitor Centre and provide programme services
  • Handle visitor’s enquiries and comments at designated locations in a professional manner
  • Consolidate visitor experience survey results that reflects visitor’s feedback on visitor experience and public programme offering
  • Monitor staff’s training records for roster planning and scheduling

You should have/be:

  • Diploma or Bachelor Degree in hotel & tourism management, education, cultural studies, history or other related disciplines
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in Customer Service with exposure in related sector is preferred. 
  • Experience in roster planning is an advantage
  • Proficiency in MS Office suite and other computer literacy with ability to manage data input, reporting, exporting and other software features.
  • Excellent communication skills assisting, managers/supervisors or other decision makers in developing resourcing or staff deployment solutions
  • Continuously look for and recommend means to improve quality, standardize services or simplify the delivery of visitor services
  • Excellent organizational skills, self-motivated, diligent, intellectually curious
  • Good command of Chinese and English. Proficient in other languages will be an advantage
  • Able to work on shift and perform duty during weekends and public holidays

Visitor Experience Associates

As a knowledgeable Visitor Experience Associate reporting to Operations, you will:

Focus on delivering an excellent visitor ‘transformative experience’ to make Tai Kwun “the vibrant heart of Hong Kong” by positively interacting with visitors as an ambassador in the first welcoming point of contact in Tai Kwun.  You will also play an essential service role providing informed and knowledgeable advice about site-wide events, heritage tours, specific exhibitions and performances that offer visitors the full range of excellent cultural opportunities at Tai Kwun.

  • Support counter daily operations at Visitor Centre, Gallery Reception and ushering in other event areas
  • Proactively greet visitors, guide and guarantee excellent visitor experience and conduct survey
  • Handle face-to-face enquiries and comments at Visitor Centre, Art Gallery Reception, or designated locations in a professional manner
  • Handle phone-in or write-in enquiries and comments and other contingency duties in a professional manner
  • Perform daily ticketing, sales activities, cash box and inventory management in Visitor Centre and designated locations.
  • Guide thematic exhibitions tours and/or education tours
  • Perform any ad hoc duties when required

You should have/be:

  • Diploma or Bachelor Degree in hotel & tourism management, education, cultural studies, history or other related disciplines
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in Customer Service with exposure in related sector is preferred.  Having 1 years’ experience in performing arts venue setting, gallery or hospitality will be an advantage
  • Specific Experience in a role that will bring a ‘public facing’ advantage to front-line service quality in a public setting including -
    • Hotel, Hospitality or In-Flight services
    • Front line support roles Front Desk, Service Hotline and routine service quality monitoring or inspection
    • Event and Programme roles, ushering and public safety
    • Public survey, questionnaire and data analysis with presentations
  • Excellent organizational skills, self-motivated, diligent, intellectually curious
  • Outgoing, friendly and courteous
  • Good command of Chinese and English. Proficient in other languages will be an advantage
  • Willing to work according to the internal rotation plan and prepared to work in outdoor areas
  • Able to work on shift and perform duty during weekends and public holidays

Technician

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Part Time Opportunities

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).

Part -Time Exhibition Technician (18-month contract)

Report to the Exhibition Manager, you will

  • Support the planning, production, installation, maintenance and dismantling of contemporary art exhibitions
  • Provide technical support to exhibition displays, artwork proposals and on-site artwork handling including but not limited to the setup and testing of lighting, AV equipment, prints, site specific installations, sculptures, and other artworks according to the technical specifications and venue requirements
  • Perform other handling, packing, maintenance and dismantling of displays and artworks
  • Provide measurements and technical data of the exhibition venues as required
  • Conduct AV Equipment sourcing, recommendation and testing during planning and installation stages for the exhibitions
  • Comply with the organization principles of the warehouse through responsible usage, tracking and storage of audio-visual equipment, tools and apparatus, adhering to international best practice standards
  • Comply with the principles of Occupational Health and Safety and manual handling guidelines, including the operation of power tools, forklifts, scissor lifts and equipment used within exhibitions and storage areas
  • Perform special projects as assigned

You should have/be

  • Minimum 3 years of contemporary art handling experience, comparable professional experience in exhibition production in a gallery, museum or other cultural organisations will also be considered
  • Technical expertise in the logistics and methods of large scale / complex art handling and installation, including the installation and maintenance of exhibition displays, audio/visual equipment, electrical work, and carpentry
  • Experience and understanding in various contemporary art installation methods and knowledge of artwork production including framing and printing
  • Good Command of both spoken and written English and Chinese

Part Time Technician (for events/stage production)

The Job
You will:

  • Operate the equipment for the events including audio/lighting console, speaker, stage lighting system, marley, projector, filming equipment, etc. properly and in a safe manner 
  • Keep and maintain all equipment in good conditions
  • Provide professional technical support to the Programming Teams

About You
You should have/be:

  • 1 year’s relevant experience in Stage Management/ Audio/Lighting/Video/Effects in entertainment related industry
  • Familiar with event operations or stage production
  • Able to perform cabling and equipment patching
  • Fresh graduate from APA or technical institute will also be considered

Visitor Experience Team (Part-time)

Tai Kwun, Hong Kong’s centre for heritage and arts, is currently building a visitor experience team to offer a unique package of heritage and arts experience at the restored Central Police Station compound in Hong Kong.

Each team member will have a chance to take on multiple part-time roles in providing visitor services and assisting in site-wide heritage and arts programmes.  The part-time roles include:


Customer Service Associate
The Job

  • Provides a full range of guest services for visitors to Tai Kwun
  • Proactively provides any assistance to visitors and responds to the queries
  • Performs cash handling duty at certain service locations
  • Professionally handles any contingency for visitors and provides immediate assistance

Heritage Programmes Helper
The Job

  • Helps visitors understand the exhibition/programming content and the story flow
  • Conducts guided tours for thematic programmes
  • Assists in heritage events, including programme openings, workshops, talks, etc. Maintains a smooth visitor flow in the exhibition/activity area
  • Provides visitors a historic overview of the site's history if they are keen to learn.  Helps visitors identify appropriate resources for them to explore the site's heritage offerings
  • Engage individual visitors and families on impromptu tours or conversations

Gallery Guide
The Job

  • Serves as a host of the galleries to welcoming visitors and providing prompt feedback to their queries
  • Serves as an interpreter and tour guide of the contemporary art exhibitions for visitors, including school-age and adult groups
  • Maintains a smooth visitor flow in the art galleries and helps assume the safety of artworks and of visitors
  • Assists in the galleries' events, including Family Day activities, school workshops and other events

Event Helper
The Job

  • Assists in venue set up and coordinates with other parties in the logistical arrangements
  • Assists in on-site operations, including ticketing, greeting visitors, escorting visitors and ushering visitors
  • Maintains a smooth visitor flow in the venue
  • Provides any support to the production team during the events

Being a member of our Visitor Experience Team, you should have/be:

  • Good command of Chinese & English; knowledge of other languages will be an asset
  • Ready to serve as a host of Tai Kwun and handle any visitor inquiries
  • Looking for opportunities to play multiple roles within the Visitor Experience Team
  • Willing to work shifts, including on weekends and holidays
  • Willing to work in any location within Tai Kwun including indoor and outdoor locations
  • Enthusiastic, passionate, outgoing, cheerful, friendly, courteous, helpful and sensitive to visitors’ needs
  • Strong on-the-spot problem-solving skills

Introduction

Tai Kwun has an outstanding team of individuals who collectively make this historic compound a unique destination in Hong Kong. When it comes to our people, we are as diverse and dynamic as the city we live in. We are eager to share our vision with stakeholders, communities and other teams. If you are passionate about heritage, contemporary art, performing arts and culture, we welcome you to be one of us.

Tai Kwun is recognised as “Manpower Developers” by the Employees Retraining Board in 2020


Culture

As a creative and innovative team, we are proud to offer the best heritage and arts experience to Hong Kong. We hope to cultivate knowledge and appreciation of arts and history in our community with our six core values: Authenticity, Collaboration, Generosity, Innovation, Sustainability and Passion.


Wellness

We believe employees’ health and well-being are key to an organisation’s success. Therefore, we continuously organise activities to promote health consciousness and employee wellness, including a Laughter Yoga Class, Calligraphy Workshop, Tai Chi Class, Meditation Class, Massage Session and Christmas Party, among others. To celebrate Tai Kwun’s 1st Anniversary, we organised a Yoga Class, Health Talk, Snack Booth and Balloon Twisting Workshop for staff to enjoy. We encourage staff to live a healthy lifestyle by providing up-to-date health information. Fresh lemons are provided daily in our pantry for drinks and fruit is also supplied on a regular basis. During the Wellness Week, staff participate in and attend the Health Booth as well as One-to-One Chinese Medicine Consultation.

We also encourage a healthy work-life balance and have been dedicated to staff engagement. To promote and enhance employee mental health, we provide Professional Counselling services to our colleagues.


Tai Kwun 1st Anniversary ─ Snack Booth
2019 Christmas Party

Interest Class ─ Balloon Twisting Workshop
Interest Class ─ Yoga Class

Wellness Day ─ Health Booth
Wellness Day ─ Massage Session

Training & Opportunity

We focus on staff training and development, aiming to equip our talent staff with the required operational knowledge and skills to perform their job effectively.

We organise new hire orientations and induction programmes to onboard staff as well as mandatory safety training for all employees. Team building workshops and strategic planning workshop are held to enhance the bond between teams and unleash their potential and talent. We also arrange Soft Skills training, English Writing Training and e-learning to cope with staff’s training needs.

So that staff members can gain even greater exposure to the heritage, culture and arts scenes of Hong Kong, we have organised visits to heritage sites and art galleries. Sponsorship is also provided to staff who attend external job-related courses.


Safety Training

English Writing Workshop

Strategic Planning Workshop
Strategic Planning Workshop