The Office of the Vice-President (Development and External Relations) is recruiting a team of high calibre staff for an inter-institutional project on coding education and computational thinking for upper primary schools. It aims at strengthening the logical thinking and problem-solving skills of the students, as well as cultivating their interest and motivation in coding and computational education. The appointee will be a core member of the project team, and play a key role in implementing the coding education for primary schools.
Assist the Senior Project Manager in operating the Project (including school-level coordination, manpower planning and training, quality assurance, liaision with stakeholders), and perform any other duties as assigned.
A good honours degree or equivalent, preferably with IT or related background. Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese, and good communication and problem-solving skills are required. Candidates are expected to be self-motivated and resourceful, and have the ability to work independently and under pressure.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a written test.
Salary offered will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave, medical and dental consultations at the campus clinic.
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].
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