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Recruitment

Department of Health

The Hospital Authority (HA) is now recruiting non-locally trained doctors for the positions of (a) Service Resident and (b) Associate Consultant under various specialties. Direct links of the recruitment advertisements are appended below for posting and publicising.

Associate Consultant Positions for Experienced Doctors without Full Registration

Service Resident Positions for Experienced Doctors without Full Registration

The application period for the posts will close on 31 March 2019 (Hong Kong time). Interested candidates are welcome to visit HA's website for online application. A promotional brochure is also enclosed for your dissemination, please.

Hospital Authority of Hong Kong Leaflet

Hospital Authority Recruitment

The Hospital Authority is dedicated to ensuring that members of the public have access to comprehensive, affordable, and professional preventative, curative and rehabilitative health care services. This dedicated website provides detailed information on current career opportunities. Details here.

Recruitment for Civil Service Bureau

Civil Service Bureau Recruitment / vacancies

Recruitment - Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers

Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers

Online platform for job-seeking degree holders
The Hong Kong Labor Department has launched an e-platform to provide a job search channel for local and overseas degree holders. The one-stop webpage provides information on the key industries, qualification requirements of selected occupations, job vacancies and working visa application procedures. Job seekers may search for suitable openings and submit applications direct to the relevant employers through the website. Details here.

Tenders

Government Procurement

Information on Government Tenders


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