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The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) is a research intensive Department that prides itself on policy driven research focused on Asia.  The Department’s faculty are engaged in research addressing education, health, ageing, housing, urban and social policy, governance and comparative political-economy. The Department offers degree programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Application Forms are obtainable from:
(a) http://www.eduhk.hk/hro/applyfor.htm; or
(b) the Human Resources Office, 3/F, Cho Kwai Chee Foundation Building, The Education University of Hong Kong, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong.
Completed application forms should be returned to Human Resources Office on or before the relevant closing date for application. Please indicate “Strict Confidence – Job Application” on the envelope. Only those who are shortlisted will be contacted.

Academic / Teaching Posts

Job Vacancy: Assistant Professor (Ref: AsstProf/APS/0520)
Job Vacancy: Assistant Professor (Ref: AsstProf/APS/0520)

Job Vacancy: Assistant Professor (Ref: AsstProf/APS/0520)

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Assistant Professor (Ref: AsstProf/APS/0520) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) is a research intensive Department that prides itself on policy driven research focused on Asia. The Department’s faculty are engaged in research addressing education, health, ageing, housing, urban and social policy, governance and comparative political-economy. The Department

Executive Posts

There are currently no vacancies available.
Job Vacancy: Project Officer (Ref: PO/APS/0620)
Job Vacancy: Project Officer (Ref: PO/APS/0620)

Job Vacancy: Project Officer (Ref: PO/APS/0620)

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Project Officer (Ref: PO/APS/0620) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for developing and managing internship programmes within the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and for the design of experiential learning field trips for students in the Department’s programmes. Internship management duties include: recruitment of internship organizations in Hong

Research Support Posts

Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0620)
Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0620)

Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0620)

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Research Assistant I (Part-time)(Ref:RAI(PT)/APS/0620) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will work on research projects related to immigration policies. He/she will be responsible for data analysis and other research-related duties as assigned. The appointment is expected to commence as soon as possible until 30 November 2021. Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree or

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0620)
Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0620)

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0620)

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June 2020 Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0620) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for supporting research and administration related work for a research project related to developing and validating an automatic audio-based classroom analytics system which can provide teachers with timely feedback to their teaching practices on a daily basis.

Job vacancy: Senior Research Assistant/ Research Assistant (Ref: SRA/RAI/APs/0520)
Job vacancy: Senior Research Assistant/ Research Assistant (Ref: SRA/RAI/APs/0520)

Job vacancy: Senior Research Assistant/ Research Assistant (Ref: SRA/RAI/APs/0520)

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May 2020 Senior Research Assistant/ Research Assistant I (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/0520) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator on research projects addressing work-life balance and SMEs in Hong Kong. Major duties include literature review and quantitative data analysis. The appointment will be for a

Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant (Half-time) (Ref: SRA(HT)/APS/0520)
Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant (Half-time) (Ref: SRA(HT)/APS/0520)

Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant (Half-time) (Ref: SRA(HT)/APS/0520)

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May 2020 Senior Research Assistant (Half-time) (Ref: SRA(HT)/APS/0520) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the public policy research )PPR) project: Performance-based regulation of Mass Transit Railway’s reliability performance. He/She is required to: (a) design a contingent valuation method (CVM) survey; (b) perform literature review; (c)

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0420)

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0420)

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Research Assistant I (Ref: RAI/APS/0420) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator on research projects addressing poverty and the issues related to older adults in Hong Kong. Major duties include literature review, quantitative data analysis and any other duties as assigned by the

Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/0320)
Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/0320)

Job Vacancy: Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/0320)

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Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/0320) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator on research projects addressing work-life balance and SMEs in Hong Kong. Major duties include literature review and quantitative data analysis. The appointment will be for a period

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0320)
Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0320)

Job Vacancy: Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0320)

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Research Assistant I (Part-time) (Ref: RAI(PT)/APS/0320) Department of Asian and Policy Studies The appointee will work on research projects related to immigration policies. He/she will be responsible for literature research and review, translation, and other research-related duties as assigned. The appointment is expected to commence as soon as possible until 31 November 2021. Applicants should

Job Vacancy – Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (RAI/APS/0120)
Job Vacancy – Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (RAI/APS/0120)

Job Vacancy – Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (RAI/APS/0120)

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The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator on research projects addressing poverty and the issues related to older adults in Hong Kong. Major duties include literature review, quantitative data analysis and any other duties as assigned by the Principal Investigator. The appointment will be for a period of around

Job Vacancy – Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/1219)
Job Vacancy – Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/1219)

Job Vacancy – Senior Research Assistant / Research Assistant I for Department of Asian and Policy Studies (Ref: SRA/RAI/APS/1219)

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2019 December The appointee will be responsible for providing research support to the Principal Investigator on research projects addressing work-life balance and SMEs in Hong Kong. Major duties include literature review and quantitative data analysis. The appointment will be for a period of around 18 months with the possibility of renewal subject to mutual agreement.

Job Vacancy – Post Doctoral Fellow for Department of Asian and Policy Studies
Job Vacancy – Post Doctoral Fellow for Department of Asian and Policy Studies

Job Vacancy – Post Doctoral Fellow for Department of Asian and Policy Studies

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2019 December The Department of Asian and Policy Studies is seeking to appoint a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow with expertise in any of the following areas: i) public sector management (including public finance), ii) comparative public policy, iii) social policy, including, but not limited to, social protection, ageing, social mobility, stratification and inequality, higher education and