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承建商劳工事务主任

参考号码: HH-CLO/Internet

职责

  • Check and verify the proper operation of wages protection policies.
  • Inspect various records as per requirements of contracts.
  • Prepare and submit monthly reports on payment of wages and MPF contribution and daily records of wage books to site management.
  • Conduct random site inspection to verify the identity of site personnel and promote effective communication.
  • Responsible for receiving complaints from site personnel on any matters relating to wage payment and other related matters.
  • Check the validity of complaints based on the compiled records.
  • Provide all necessary assistance to site personnel (e.g. referring the complaint cases to the Labour Department or verify the validity of the complaints).
  • Inform site management of anomalies for investigation and appropriate follow-up actions.

要求

  • Attaining five subjects at Grade E or above in the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) (including Chinese Language, English Language (Syllabus B) and Mathematics), or equivalent;
  • 2 years' full-time working experience on personnel management or human resources related duties and good job records;
  • Good command of both oral and written English and Chinese;
  • Good computer knowledge preferably with past experience on the operation of a computerized smart-card system;
  • Preferably have completed a post secondary certificate programme on human resources or personnel management;
  • Well versed in Hong Kong Employment Ordinance & relevant labour legislation;
  • Good knowledge and experience of the operation and practices of the construction industry is preferable;
  • Hands on experience in using MS Office applications and Chinese word processing

 

Fresh graduate / candidate with less experience will be considered as Assistant Contractor's Labour Officer

Attractive salary and fringe benefits will be offered to the successful candidates.

All personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.

Applicants who are not invited for an interview within 8 weeks may consider their applications unsuccessful.