The government today (November 30) launched the recruitment of the Dean of the Civil Service College. The job requirements set out that the national constitution, the Hong Kong Basic Law and the National Security Law must be fully and accurately grasped, and the country’s history and development of the country in the past few decades must be understood. , And the development direction promulgated by the country.
The monthly salary is the sixth point of the directorate salary scale, which is between HK$265,150 and HK$273,000.
The government also launched open recruitment and internal recruitment procedures for civil servants.
Must understand the history of the country and the direction of development of the promulgation
A spokesperson for the Civil Service Bureau said that the establishment of the college is a key project implemented by the government to strengthen the training of civil servants in all aspects. The dean of the college must fulfill the mission of the college to enhance the training of civil servants. In particular, through the promotion of training, the civil servants will ensure that the "one country, two systems" is accurate and comprehensive. To better serve as the backbone of the government in terms of implementation.
The job advertisement details the entry requirements for the post. The government has also issued an internal vacancy announcement, inviting serving civil servants who are actually in the third point of the directorate salary scale or above, or are of the same rank and meet the entry requirements, to apply for the post.
The post of Dean of the Civil Service College belongs to a single-rank grade and belongs to the sixth point of directorate salary scale.
Successful applicants (whether they are currently serving civil servants or outsiders) will be appointed according to the terms of the civil service contract.
According to the recruitment advertisement, applicants must be permanent residents of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at the time of employment. Other conditions include:
(a) Hold a bachelor's or postgraduate degree or equivalent from a local university;
(b) Have at least 15 years of administrative/management/professional experience related to training and education, including at least 8 years of leadership in a large organization Position;
(c) Excellent leadership, management and organization skills; keen sense, insight into the challenges, development needs and opportunities of civil servants, and local, national and international affairs related to government work; and good communication and interpersonal skills;
(d) Comprehensive and accurate grasp of: (i) the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China; (ii) the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China; and (iii) the Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China on Maintaining National Security (see Note);
( e) Fully understand the history of the country, the development of the country in recent decades, and the direction of development promulgated by the country; and
(f) Excellent written skills in Chinese and English, and fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English; understanding and understanding of Chinese culture is preferred .
Those with the following experience are preferred: (i) extensive experience in leading organizational changes or formulating staff development strategies; and (ii) work and/or education experience in prestigious mainland or overseas colleges and universities.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor inspected the site selection of the new civil service college earlier.
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The government expects to take office in the first half of next year
According to the government, in addition to a university degree or above, at least 15 years of relevant administrative/management/professional experience, etc., applicants also need to have a keen sense of insight into the challenges, development needs and opportunities of civil servants, as well as local, government-related work. National and international affairs, as well as a comprehensive and accurate grasp of the Constitution, the Basic Law and the Hong Kong National Security Law, as well as a full understanding of the development of the country.
The job application date starts today and the deadline is December 13.
The Civil Service College will be established in December. Before the dean is elected, the post of Dean will be temporarily concurrently held by the Permanent Secretary of the Civil Service Bureau.
The spokesperson stated that he hopes that a suitable candidate can be appointed as the dean in the first half of 2022, so that the college can implement various measures and plans as soon as possible under the leadership of the dean, so as to strengthen, expand and deepen the training of civil servants, and to further plan and develop the college. Down direction.
Earlier, there were reports that Guo Yinshu, the Deputy Commissioner (Management) of the Police, who retired in April next year, was rumored to be the Dean of the Civil Service College.
The Secretary for the Civil Service, Nie Dequan, stated in the Legislative Council in June this year that the candidate for the dean can be a current or retired civil servant, or a "person who comes forward."
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