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Health, Safety and Environment Specialist

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The mission of the Sustainability Unit of the Health, Safety and Environment Office is to facilitate actions, ideas, and policies that contribute to strengthening sustainable operations on campus, to an active and involved community, and to a learning environment that embraces the vision of sustainability within academic and research pursuits.

The appointee will assist the Head and the Project Manager of the Sustainability Unit in coordinating activities and programs within the Unit and across the University. He/She will be responsible for collecting, organizing, processing and analyzing campus-level performance metrics, such as consumption data on energy, greenhouse gases, water, waste, recycling, and office resources; overseeing student workers and Interns; organizing large group on-campus data collection such as waste audits; and liaising with the administrative staff of the Office to ensure administrative priorities including budget monitoring, acquisition, organization of meetings, and administrative compliance are completed.

Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in science, engineering, business, social science, or other relevant disciplines. Excellent organizational, interpersonal and analytical skills, attention to details and deadlines, as well as the ability to work independently and thrive under sometimes hectic conditions are expected. Proficiency in both written and spoken English and Chinese is also required. Candidates with working experience in and a passion for sustainability as well as a genuine interest in contributing to impacting changes in culture and practices towards a new sustainable lifestyle are strongly preferred. (Duration: 2 years, renewable)

Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits including annual leave, medical and dental benefits will be provided. A gratuity will be payable upon successful completion of contract.

Please apply on or before: 10 September 2015.