Implement capital development programmes and various AA&I projects; oversee building services installation; report on matters related to infrastructure and renewal, campus master plan, design standards, feasibility studies, annual capital project submissions, procurement of fixture, furniture and equipment; and perform any other assignments.
A good honours degree in Building Services Engineering or related disciplines and full membership of HKIE/similar professional bodies, with at least 10 years' relevant experience. Extensive experience in building development and large-scale building project execution in Hong Kong and Mainland China, self-motivation for performance enhancement, proven management and leadership ability to complete tasks within tight project schedules, as well as good analytical and interpersonal skills are required. Substantial experience in higher educational institutions and/or experience in managing government subvention projects, ability to use AutoCAD and Revit are preferred.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a written test.
Remuneration package will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Initial appointment will be made on a fixed-term contract; fringe benefits include gratuity, leave, medical and dental schemes, and housing benefits (where applicable).
Further information on the post and the University is available at http://www.cityu.edu.hk, or from the Human Resources Office, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong [Email : firstname.lastname@example.org/Fax : 2788 1154 or 3442 0311].
City University of Hong Kong is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to the principle of diversity. Personal data provided by applicants will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes.
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