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(Posted on 26 Jan 2023) - Job Ad 1 - Learning and Communications Officer: Psychological Science / Job Ad 2 - Projects Officer: Psychology – The HK Psychological Society Ltd.

The Hong Kong Psychological Society is looking to fill two newly created roles.

1) Learning and Communications Officer: Psychological Science 

2) Projects Officer: Psychology

These roles offer unique opportunities to support professional psychologists across various specialisations (clinical, educational, organisational, counselling) with communications, continuous learning, public education and project related activities, aiming to promote scientific psychology and applied psychological practice in Hong Kong.

Start Date: As early as possible (please state earliest availability in the application)

Work experience across customer focussed, administration, event or project-related functions – this could include full time or casual roles across retail, academic or office settings.

Strong interpersonal skills and can work collaboratively through consulting with various stakeholder groups.

Pro-active and can independently organise and prioritise projects and tasks, and remain committed to delivering to high standards.

Proficiency in written and spoken English and Chinese (Cantonese).

Advanced skills using MS Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

A Social Sciences, Psychology, Marketing or Communications or related degree is preferred, but applicants with demonstrated experience working within relevant support functions across these domains would also be considered.

Skills and Competencies

The following experience and skills are required for specific vacancies:
Learning and Communications Officer: Psychological Science

Use of various social media and communications platforms for internal and external communications and publicity, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and MailChimp

Experience in supporting the logistics, administration and hosting of learning, training and development workshops and events run in-person or via synchronised video conferencing technologies (e.g Zoom or Gathertown).  

Projects Officer: Psychology

Searching, consolidating and critically examining research materials and evidence from academic databases, Google Scholar and other non-academic publications to support preparation of public education or presentations.


Experience in project management and coordination with multiple stakeholders.


The selected candidate(s) will be offered a monthly salary package (between HKD 18,000-20,000) depending on the qualification and experience, with a 2-year contract which is subject to renewal and increment upon satisfactory performance.


Work hours: Full time with flexible working arrangements, however there is a requirement to be available irregular hours to support the Society's meetings, events and activities, which are likely to be on weekday evenings or occasionally on weekends. 


Further Details and Position Descriptions

For further details, download position descriptions HERE (for post 1) and HERE (for post 2)

To Apply

Please submit your job application letter and resume to: [email protected] by 15th of February 2023.


In the application letter, please use no more than 150 words to answer this question: “What inspires you to work for the Hong Kong Psychological Society?”


(Posted on 28 December 2022) Job Ad – Sport Psychologist - Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited

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Details of the Job Advertisement


Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited


Sport Psychologist

Job Descriptions

The Job

Reporting to the Senior Sport Psychologist, the Sport Psychologist will be responsible for the following duties:

  • To conduct individual and group psychological consultation with athletes including, psychological skills training for competitive sport performance, counselling for maintenance of mental health, rehabilitation counselling for injured athletes;
  • To provide on-field support services to athletes at local and overseas training and competition, if necessary;
  • To plan and implement educational programmes such as lectures and workshops for both athletes and coaches;
  • To plan, conduct, and participate in collaborative applies research projects;
  • To contribute to the Sport Psychology Centre’s regular evaluation and review of best-practice psychological interventions in relation to emerging international research and development;
  • To effectively represent the HKSI at international and local conferences and professional seminars and meetings;
  • To demonstrate an active commitment to personal professional development and to the development of the Sport Psychology profession;
  • To assist the Senior Sport Psychologist in the departmental administration; and
  • To perform any other appropriate duties as assigned by senior staff.

The Requirements

  • A master degree in sport psychology or related discipline;
  • Professional registration or licensing in psychology, sport psychology or related field;
  • A minimum of 4 years’ relevant experience in both research and practical field;
  • Good command of both spoken and written English and Chinese (including Cantonese and Putonghua);
  • Effective and efficient team player;
  • Able to work in irregular hours and perform under pressure; and
  • Awareness/knowledge of Child Protection in sport and equal opportunity issues in the context of Hong Kong are an added advantage.



Please send the completed Application form with indication of your expected salary to The Human Resources Manager, Hong Kong Sports Institute Ltd, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin, New Territories or email: [email protected]  on or before 31 January 2023. Please quote reference no. HKPS-20221208-SPC in the application.

Appointment will be on a fixed term contract. General information is available at the website

Applicants who are not invited for interview within six months may consider their applications unsuccessful.

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Data collected will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes only.


31 January 2023


Ms. Ibie Kwan (email: [email protected])


(Posted on 15 December 2022) Job Ad – Educational Psychologist (EPII) - The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education

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Details of the Job Advertisement


The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education


Educational Psychologist (EPII)

in School & Student Services Division  


Job Descriptions

Job Scope:

1. To provide professional advice and support for students, parents and educational practitioners (*)

2. To offer professional services and programmes for students, parents and education practitioners (*)

3. To conduct researches/studies related to Gifted Education (*)


Main Job Responsibilities:

1. Initiate efforts and strategies to foster affective development of gifted students in the Academy, home, school and the wider community (*);

2. Design and lead programmes for students, parents and education practitioners (e.g. teachers and social workers) to meet the needs of gifted students (*);

3. Support and advise other divisions on best practices relating to identification and selection procedures for student programmes;

4. Handle frontline enquiries and referrals of students, parents and education practitioners (*);

5. Provide advice and counselling services for children and their families to help solve conflicts and problems in learning and adjustment;

6. Conduct psycho-educational assessment on school-aged students and assess their learning and emotional needs; observe and consult with multi-agency teams to advise on the best approaches and provisions to support their learning and development; write reports to make formal recommendations on actions to be taken. (*);

7. Maintain student records, including special education reports, confidential records, records of services provided, and behavioral data;

8. Refer students and their families to appropriate community agencies for medical, vocational and/or social services;

9. Report any pertinent information to the proper authorities in cases of child endangerment, neglect, or abuse;

10. Advise on and participate in research to address learning and affective issues related to gifted students (*);

11. Provide support on research studies on programme effectiveness evaluation, related need assessments and analyses, and offer advice to enhance programme quality (*);

12. Develop Gifted Education packages and intervention strategies addressing the needs of students, parents and education practitioners (*);

13. Work on commissioned projects and to support wider activities organised by the Academy;

14. Liaise and collaborate with like-minded organizations/universities in Hong Kong and overseas as appropriate (*);

((*) including both subvented and non-subvented services)



1. A registered educational psychologist or clinical psychologist in Hong Kong;

2. A registered user of WISC-IV(HK);

3. A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from a local university or equivalent; preferably plus a Postgraduate Certificate in Education or equivalent;

4. A Master’s degree in Educational Psychology (Professional Practice) or Clinical Psychology from a Hong Kong university or equivalent;

5. Formal qualification or training or demonstrable involvement in Gifted Education will be an advantage;

6. Good working knowledge of the needs of gifted students, their parents and teachers;

7. Excellent understanding of the Hong Kong Education system; Good knowledge and strong skills in educational research, and a good understanding of statistical analysis;

8. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) in Chinese and English; ability to speak Putonghua will be preferred;

9. Proficiency in using a variety of ICT packages (MS Office Applications such as Word, Excel and Power Point).


Full details of this post can be found on our website or by emailing to Ms Ann Siu at [email protected]


Review of applications will start as soon as possible and this recruitment exercise will continue until the post is filled.


by emailing Ms Siu at [email protected]