Human Resources Office
Tel (852) 3442 9250
Fax (852) 3442 0311
(852) 2788 1154
Email hro@cityu.edu.hk
Office Hours Mon - Fri:
8:45 a.m. - 5:50 p.m.
Addr 17/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building,
City University of HK,
83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, HK

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Appointees for Teaching Positions

Terms of Appointment

Appointment will be made on fixed-term gratuity-bearing contract terms.  Appointees will receive a contract-end gratuity subject to satisfactory completion of the period of employment.  The amount of gratuity is calculated at the rate of 15 per cent of the basic salary (excluding any allowances) earned during the period of employment less the aggregate amount of contributions made by the University as the employer to the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance over the period of service.

Period of Employment

The period of employment is for a fixed term, as stated in the Letter of Appointment.  The University has absolute discretion in considering and deciding whether an appointment is to be made, continued, renewed or otherwise.

Salary

Salary will be competitive, commensurate with the appointee’s qualifications and experience.

Medical and Dental Schemes

The University offers basic outpatient, hospital and dental provisions to appointees and their eligible dependants.  Medical and dental services may be sought from the University appointed medical practitioners, an appointed panel of dentists and the on-campus health centre.  Reimbursement up to a defined limit for medical services obtained from private medical practitioners is also allowed.  When hospital treatment is necessary, the University will contribute to the cost of treatment.

Leave

  • Annual leave (22 working days per year; 26 working days per year on completion of 10 years of service);
  • Special/conference leave (21 working days per year);
  • Sick leave (entitlement depending on length of service);
  • Maternity leave (a maximum of 10 weeks); and
  • Paternity leave (5 working days with pay / 3 working days without pay if insufficient service period on each occasion of childbirth)

 

July 2012

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