Recruitment: Operations Manager


We are currently looking for a candidate dedicated to making positive change in society to join the team and take charge of our office operations.


You should be able to work on a wide range of functions that support the smooth running of the organisation, as well as support and assist the Board of Directors, the fellow team members, i.e., be the backbone of the company.


The tasks include programme administration, office management, compliance, finance, procurement and contract management, human resources, insurance, and IT & communications.


You should be highly organised and meticulous, have excellent administrative, communication and time management skills, and be able to devise effective strategies to deal with various administrative and operational tasks.

This is a busy role in a busy organisation; you should be flexible and able to prioritise tasks constantly.


Minimum Qualifications


–Graduated from an accredited college or university with a degree or equivalent;

–Arts / design / cultural management background preferred, accounting background is a plus;

–3-5 years relevant experience in a professional environment;

–Passionate about arts, culture, photography, and community engagement;

–Proactive, organised, detailed-minded, and able to work independently;

–Friendly, helpful, flexible, an effective team player with strong communication skills;

–Excellent command of spoken and written English and Chinese (including Cantonese and Mandarin);

–Immediate availability preferred.


If you are interested, please send your application with a cover letter and CV to to the attention of Ms Lo, on or before 19 September, 2021, stating the position you are applying on the email subject. All collected data will be used for recruitment purposes only and kept in strict confidence for 6 months.


HKIPF is an equal opportunity employer. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and organisation need. If you are a member of any under-represented communities, you are encouraged to self-identify, on either your cover letter or CV.


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