Contract Valuation Surveyor (Non-Civil Service Vacancy)
Salary : HK$48,540 per month
Entry Requirements :
Candidates should have:-
- Corporate Membership in the General Practice Division of The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS), or equivalent; and
- met the language proficiency requirements of “Level 1” results in the two language papers (Use of Chinese and Use of English) in the Common Recruitment Examination (CRE) or equivalent (see Notes 1 to 2); and
- at least 1 year’s relevant post-qualification full-time working experience.
- Level 4 in Chinese Language of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSEE) is accepted as equivalent to Level 1 in the Use of Chinese (UC) paper of the CRE. Level 4 in English Language of the HKDSEE is accepted as equivalent to Level 1 in the Use of English (UE) paper of the CRE.
- Grade D in Chinese Language and Culture or Chinese Language and Literature of the HKALE is accepted as equivalent to Level 1 in the UC paper of the CRE. Grade D in Use of English of the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE) or in English Language of the General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) (GCE A Level) is accepted as equivalent to Level 1 in the UE paper of the CRE.
Valuing landed properties for rating, Government rent and other purposes; managing implementation of rating and valuation projects; reviewing valuations and handling objections and appeals; dealing with public enquiries; supervising and training junior professional, technical, and other supporting staff; and performing other duties as required.
Terms of Appointment :
Successful candidates will be appointed on non-civil service contract terms for a period of two years.
Fringe benefits :
Upon satisfactory completion of the contract, the appointee may be granted a gratuity for the period of the service. Such gratuity, plus any contribution by the Government to an MPF scheme in respect of the appointee required by the MPF Schemes Ordinance, will be equal to 15% of the total basic salary drawn during the contract period. Rest days, statutory holidays, annual leave, maternity leave/paternity leave, sickness allowance, where appropriate, will be granted in line with the provisions in the Employment Ordinance.
How to Apply :
- Application forms (G.F. 340 (Rev. 3/2013)) are obtainable from any Home Affairs Enquiry Centres of District Offices, Home Affairs Department or any Job Centres of the Employment Services Division, Labour Department. The said form can also be downloaded from the Civil Service Bureau’s website (http://www.csb.gov.hk).
- Completed application forms together with copies of the certificates, transcripts and documents in support of applicants’ academic and professional qualification as well as working experience should reach the enquiry address below on or before the closing date for application. Please specify the title of the post being applied for on the envelope. If candidates fail to provide the supporting documents as requested, their applications will NOT be considered.
- On-line application can also be made through the Civil Service Bureau's website (www.csb.gov.hk). Candidates who apply online should submit copies of the above supporting documents WITHIN ONE WEEK after close of application period to the enquiry address below, and the online application number should be quoted on the envelope and the copies of supporting documents.
- Applications received after the stated closing date will NOT be considered.
- Invitation to the recruitment interview will be issued via email. Please ensure that accurate email address is provided and that your email account can receive incoming emails properly. Candidates who are not invited for an interview by 12 July 2019 may assume that their applications are unsuccessful.
Address and Enquiry Telephone :
Establishment and Appointment Section, Rating and Valuation Department, 15/F, Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices, 303 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. For enquiries, please call 2150 8823.
Closing Date for Application : 4 April 2019
Newspapers Advertised (with date): South China Morning Post (15 March 2019) and Ming Pao Daily News (16 March 2019)
15 March 2019