HandsOn Hong Kong Corporate Program Coordinator (paid)

Organization Description:

As a registered charity with the mission to empower everyone in Hong Kong to volunteer, HandsOn Hong Kong develops service programs in partnership with local non-profit organizations and connects them with the volunteer manpower they need to achieve their mission. Each month, HandsOn runs 200+ volunteer activities as a free public service, supporting more than 100 frontline non-profits who focus on causes such as providing food assistance, caring for the elderly, building the confidence of children with disabilities, showing kindness to people experiencing homelessness, supporting animal welfare, advocating for the reduction of single-use plastic, and more.

Part-time program support:

HandsOn creates meaningful volunteer programs for companies, both in-person and virtually. When developing a service program for our corporate partners we apply our knowledge of our charity network’s needs—and those of their service users—with a team's community engagement objectives and focus-areas. We provide full management where our team will conceptualize, plan and execute your program, align with our nonprofit partners, organize transportation and logistics and provide a thorough debriefing with impact measurement and photos.

HandsOn seeks a part-time Corporate Program Coordinator to support the work of this team. This is a short-term contract of 3 months with the opportunity to extend.


Preferred Schedule:

2-3 days per week.


Key roles & responsibilities:

  • Assist in organizing corporate volunteer programs.
  • Drive logistical arrangements for these programs including applying for permits, booking coaches, preparing materials, and delivering program packs;
  • Provide operational support for these programs including writing meeting notes, preparing rundowns, drafting Impact Reports and updating outcome sheets;
  • Support the facilitation of programs on-site alongside our team;
  • Suggest ideas for potential corporate volunteering programs;
  • Develop and maintain the database of corporate, NGO and facilitator contacts.


All members of the HOHK team need to be passionate about community involvement and fully committed to our mission. They must be organized, dependable and able to manage and prioritize a variety of tasks with minimal supervision. Enthusiasm and a “can-do spirit” are essential for this internship. Specific skills required include:

  • Be able to work independently;
  • Be able to work independently;
  • Be responsible and dependable;
  • Be organized and on top of work assigned
  • Be confident to interact with people and support programs;
  • Be proficient in computer application (including Microsoft Office and English and Chinese word processing);
  • Have a good command of written and spoken English and Cantonese.

Cover letter and CV may be sent to bonnie@handsonhongkong.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted individually.