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The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is a vibrant, cultural institution dedicated to preserving, collecting and displaying objects that tell the story about trade and maritime in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. A non-profit registered charity founded in 2003 by members of the Hong Kong Shipowners Association, the Museum opened in September 2005 at Murray House in Stanley and relocated in 2013 to Pier 8, in the heart of the Central Harbour Waterfront. Today the Museum attracts 100,000 visitors annually where across 4,400 square metres more than 1,200 objects are displayed in 13 galleries on three levels. All of which uniquely overlooks a bustling Victoria Harbour.
The function of the Accounting Officer is to assist in monitoring the day-to-day financial operations of the Museum by supervising as well as handling the compilation of accounting documents and input of data into the MYOB accounting system; to carry out daily, weekly and monthly reconciliations to support the integrity of the museum accounts and to assist in preparation of a procedure manual of the Accounting Department.
Please see PDF for detailed job description and requirements. Interested parties, please email a covering letter and CV to and carbon copy to
[Part Time] Ship Bridge Simulator Supervisor
The objective of this position is to supervise the operation of the Museum’s ship bridge simulator, a facility which provides a simulated experience to visitors to steer a variety of ships and learn the various roles of seafarers in a ‘sea journey’.
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University Student Helper (Part Time)
The purpose of the position is to support the Head of Education in providing guidance and assistance to participants of a gifted student project which aims to enrich gifted students’ historical knowledge on maritime history and worldwide ship building industry in ancient times. This project also hopes to develop the students’ creativity, problem solving skills and ability to react to challenges through an inclusive curatorial training. It further hopes to nurture their positive values, such as conservation on heritage, responsibility and a sense of belonging to the community, appreciation and respect to different cultures.