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General Information

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About Community College of City University

 

The Community College of City University (“CCCU”), also named as UOW College Hong Kong (“UOWCHK”), is well recognized as a premier College in Hong Kong providing quality tertiary education for about 6,000 students. UOWCHK/CCCU offers a wide range of Associate Degree (AD) programmes, a Diploma in General Studies, and International Language Proficiency Tests with preparatory courses. In addition, in association with the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia, UOWCHK/CCCU offers top-up degrees for associate degrees or higher diploma graduates. The College has two well-provisioned campuses in Kowloon Tong and Kowloon Bay, with library facilities for all students. With about 220 well-qualified and dedicated staff, the College is highly regarded for its rigor in quality assurance and its emphasis on the whole-person development of students.

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Notes to Applicants

 

The information provided in your application will be used for appointment to the UOW College Hong Kong/Community College of City University and other employment-related purposes. It may be disclosed to personnel, divisions or agencies authorised to process the information for purposes relating to appointment e.g. education, qualifications and health assessments. Information provided by unsuccessful candidates will be destroyed after the exercise when no longer required.

 

The UOW College Hong Kong/Community College of City University undertakes, in its data management policies and practices, to observe the spirit of the data protection principles and to comply with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance of Hong Kong.

 

For correction of or access to personal data after submission of the application, please contact the subject officer of the Human Resources Team and quote the reference of the post applied for.

 

The College is committed to the principle and practice of non-discrimination in the fulfilment of its dual responsibilities as an employer and a provider of higher education. It considers that talents, skills, intelligence, ambition and potential required by the College of its staff and students are spread across the community and can be found in people irrespective of their race and national origin, sex and gender identity, sexual orientation, abilities and disabilities, age, religion and family status.

 

With the aim of securing the best qualified persons for the study programmes and jobs it offers, the College undertakes to provide equal access, consideration, encouragement and support in all areas of its student and staff recruitment and management. Decisions are made on the basis of merits measured against criteria which are directly related to the work/study place; these criteria are objective and can be readily assessed, including qualifications, knowledge and skills, experience and personal qualities.

Current Openings

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Academic

 

Full Time Position

 

No Job Vacancy Currently!

 

Temporary or Part-time Position

 

Position Department Screening Start Date / Closing Date
Part-time Lecturer Division of Languages and Communication Open
Part-time Lecturer Division of Business Open
Part-time Lecturer* Centre for Lifelong Learning Open

Remark: * For part-time lecturer for Centre for Lifelong Learning, please submit your course proposal via the link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FzFn32XLzgDHRn3sgC2EqOopV8qEkCBfBOPhEo30o0Y/viewform
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Administrative / Support

 

Full Time Position

 

Position Department Screening Start Date / Closing Date
Clerical Officer Division of Languages and Communication 4 February 2019
Clerical Officer Division of Social Sciences 4 February 2019
Executive Officer - 30 January 2019

 

Temporary or Part-time Position

 

No Job Vacancy Currently!

Application Procedures
and Forms

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For Academic Positions

 

You are requested to quote the reference number of the post applied for in your application. Please send your application letter enclosing an up-to-date curriculum vitae to the Human Resources Team before the closing date by:

 

Email hr@cccu.edu.hk
Post c/o Human Resources Team,
UOW College Hong Kong/Community College of City University
Rm 6104, 6th floor,
Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (formerly Academic 2),
Tat Chee Avenue,
Kowloon Tong,
Hong Kong

 

Your curriculum vitae should include the following, where applicable:

 

  • Academic and Professional Qualifications
  • Chronological Employment History
  • Teaching Record
  • Research/ Applied Work Achievements
  • Publication List
  • Referees [as specified in the advertisement]
  • Community and Professional Service
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For Administrative / Support / Temporary / Part-time Positions

  1. You are requested to quote the reference number of the post applied for in your application.
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  3. Please complete the appropriate Application Form:
    1. To download from below:

       

      You may need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to retrieve and print the Application Form. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader if needed.

       

      Application Form Download
       
          Application Form for Executive/Clerical/Technical Posts
          Application Form for Temporary/Part-time Posts (including Part-time Lecturer)
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    3. To obtain from the Reception Counter of the Human Resources Team or by writing to the Human Resources Team, enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope.
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  5. Completed application forms, together with copies of supporting documents, should be returned to the Human Resources Team before the closing date by:

     

    Email hr@cccu.edu.hk
    Post c/o Human Resources Team,
    UOW College Hong Kong/Community College of City University
    Rm 6104, 6th floor,
    Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (formerly Academic 2),
    Tat Chee Avenue,
    Kowloon Tong,
    Hong Kong