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Placement Intern (12-Month Contract) - External Relations

Ref.: SFC/PI/ER/CA/200423

The External Relations Department of the Corporate Affairs Division is responsible for producing corporate publications in English and Chinese as well as for translation, editorial support, stakeholder relations management and community engagement, including public enquiries and complaints.

Placement interns support the department across all of its functions on a rotational basis. You will translate corporate publications and documents related to the SFC’s regulatory work from English to Chinese, and vice versa. You will also be assigned to assist with handling public enquiries and complaints about listed companies and unlicensed activities.

Other duties will include providing administrative support, such as posting information on the SFC website, maintaining a translation service request system, compiling statistics for management reports and liaising with external vendors. You may also be required to assist at SFC events and conduct online research.

You must be an undergraduate with a high level of proficiency in English and Chinese as well as a keen interest in learning about the securities markets and the administration of public bodies. You should have sound analytical, problem-solving, inter-personal and communications skills and a strong sense of integrity and responsibility. An eye for detail and knowledge of PC applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, are core requirements.

Please quote the reference and apply by 12 June 2020 with details of qualifications, previous experience, current and expected salary to:

Recruitment Manager
Securities & Futures Commission
35/F, Cheung Kong Center
2 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
(E-mail address : ca_recruit@sfc.hk)

All applications will be handled in strict confidence by authorised personnel and will only be used for recruitment related purposes. Applicants who do not hear from us within six months from the application deadline may consider their applications as unsuccessful. All information on unsuccessful candidates will be destroyed after six months.


Last update: 29 May 2020

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