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The event will provide job-seekers an opportunity to impress potential employers and learn more about companies, as both parties seek the perfect match.
Job-seekers will also be able to meet recruiters without having to send out resumes and wait for an interview invitation.
Centaline is looking for licensed estate agents and salespeople, and Form Five graduates, who are at least 18, to fill positions as sales trainees.
"Centaline believes in internal promotion and provides wide career development opportunities to all employees," says human resources manager Bonnie Lai.
She says candidates should take the initiative to approach companies at the event and be fully prepared for a one-to-two-minute self-introduction to show interviewers they are a good fit for the company and industry.
FXCM Asia, a fast-growing online currency trading company, is looking for sales and client services professionals with previous experience in financial sales or other fields.
"We are looking for someone with a keen interest in finance and a clear understanding of financial markets and geopolitics," says managing director Siju Daniel. "They should be able to work well under pressure. We are looking for goal-oriented, driven people, who work well in a team-oriented structure, and are able to deliver a high level of service to our clients."
Daniel says job-seekers should dress in a smart, professional manner, ask intelligent questions and present their best side to all potential employers.
David Li, director of human resources and customer services at New World Telecommunications and New World iMedia Solutions, says candidates should be sincere and polite, be able to grasp the main points when answering questions, display their strengths and avoid long-winded speeches.
The company is looking for sales executives and consultants to join its online advertising department, plus telesales executives.
New World devotes a lot of resources to talent development, which includes training to ensure everyone remains competitive.
"Candidates should be interested in the telecommunications industry, be willing to face challenges, treat customers in a gracious and professional manner, and possess good communication and sales skills," Li says.
Date Tuesday, June 29
Venue Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, United Centre, Admiralty
Application deadline June 28