In its role as operator of Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Sports park, ASM Global has commenced the process of recruiting key positions for the soon-to-open sport and entertainment precinct.
Positions being advertised include the roles of Director of Technology and Digital, Project Manager - Development, Project Manager - FF&E and Project Manager - Pre-Opening.
Kai Tak Sports Park is a Design, Build and Operate project funded by the Hong Kong SAR Government for the development and operation of a sports, entertainment, and leisure complex over a 28-hectare site at the former Kai Tak International Airport.
With Kai Tak Sports Park Ltd (KTSPL) awarded the contract to undertake this project, ASM Global, through its subsidiary company in Hong Kong, SMG China, has been engaged by KTSPL to be the Operator of Kai Tak Sports Park.
Click here for more information on the roles on the Asian Leisure Business Jobs page.
Image: Populous' design for the Kai Tak Sports park.
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