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    Chief Instructor (Air-conditioning & Refrigeration and Building Services Engineering)
    Pro-Act Training and Development Centre (Electrical)
    Ref. no : C/PA(EL)/CI(ACR_BSE)/03/24-AP2
    Major Duties:
    (a) To develop and review syllabi and curricula of training programmes and schemes;
    (b) To develop and maintain networks with the industry and related associations;
    (c) To report and monitor the implementation of quality assurance policies and procedures;
    (d) To plan and oversee installation, operation and maintenance of training facilities and equipment;
    (e) To assist in overseeing student administration, support and services, including student recruitment, admission and placement;
    (f) To assist in overseeing the daily operations regarding programme and academic management, resources management, staffing, finance and procurement;
    (g) To assist in leading / coordinating programme teams and validation and accreditation of programmes;
    (h) To coordinate in-service training programmes;
    (i) To act as Stream Leader and serve in Boards of Examiners and other academic / management committees and workgroups;
    (j) To coordinate special events and organise skills competitions; and
    (k) To perform teaching duties, update teaching and assessment materials where necessary.
    (a) A recognised higher diploma in Building Services Engineering / Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent;
    (b) At least 9 years’ work or teaching experience in the relevant industry;
    (c) A registered Electrical Worker;
    (d) Extensive hands-on experience in the air-conditioning and refrigeration systems, including central air-conditioning system, building management systems, unitary systems, refrigeration systems, control systems, etc.;
    (e) Good supervisory, communication and interpersonal skills, and good administrative and leadership abilities;
    (f) Good language proficiency in English and Chinese, preferably including Putonghua; and
    (g) The ability to pass a trade test.
    (1) Candidates without the required academic qualification stated in (a) above but possessing 16 years’ relevant experience may also apply.  Where applicable, these candidates may be required to have a Qualifications Framework (QF) Level 3 qualification.
    (2) Applicants with substantial experience and achievements in the relevant field but without the required academic / professional qualifications OR those with exceptional academic / professional qualifications but with less experience may also apply.
    (3) The appointee may be required to perform duties outside normal office hours and in designated places as assigned.
    (4) In support of the Sexual Conviction Record Check (SCRC) Scheme launched by the Hong Kong Police Force, all prospective appointees will be requested to undergo the SCRC at the advanced stage of the employment process.

    Application Procedures:
    Interested applicants should apply for the post via email.  A completed application form [VTC-1 (Rev. 3/2023)], together with a full curriculum vitae, should be sent to vtchrd-job@vtc.edu.hk.
    Candidates should take note of the following:
    (1) Completed application form (VTC-1) and detailed curriculum vitae (CV) should be combined into one file in PDF format with a file size below 10MB.
    (2) The file should be saved with the applicant’s name as “your surname and given name”, e.g. “CHAN Tai-man.pdf”.
    (3) For the email subject, please cite “Application for Chief Instructor (ACR/BSE) (C/PA(EL)/CI(ACR_BSE)/03/24-AP2)”.
    (4) Original and copy of other supporting documents are to be provided at a later stage upon request.
    Review of applications will commence as soon as possible and will continue until the post is filled.
    Applicants not invited for interview within 10 weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful.
    The Council reserves the right not to fill the post(s).
    Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.  Information on unsuccessful candidates will normally be destroyed 12 months after the completion of the recruitment exercise.