Working at Tai Kwun

We are keen on talents and we take pride in discovering the right people and helping them unleash their full potential. By fostering a harmonious and vibrant workplace, motivating staff and developing their careers, we aim to build a unique team that will bring the Tai Kwun vision to life.

Applicants are welcome to apply online or send their career enquires to (Human Resource Department of Tai Kwun).

Production Manager / Assistant Production Manager

Operations Department

Reporting to the Head of Operations (“HO”), you will

  • Oversee the day-to-day operation and management of stage, exhibition, events, community activities and film screening activities.  Develop and manage critical paths, work plans and production schedules. Monitor production process and manage rehearsals
  • Coordinate, integrate and supervise staff and vendors including performers and technicians.  Supervise stage technicians (staging, lighting, sound, AV) and vendors during fit-up, rehearsals and performances. Liaise with venue users to resolve technical problems
  • Supervise the crews, vendors and sponsors in the load-in/load-out of event/conference. Develop risk assessment plans, including safety and security of installation and deinstallation
  • Support the Programme Team including Contemporary Art, Heritage and Performing Arts, as well as strategic partners and commercial hirers.  Serve as their primary contact point on each event and ensure that all needs are met or exceeded.  Prepare the technical budget and the master schedule to all production departments
  • Maintain regular communication regarding event needs with the related departments and stakeholders, especially Facility Management Department.  Lead venue site inspections and assess space, dimensions, measurements, accessibility
  • Collect documents required for each event and prepare post-event analysis, evaluations and recommendation reports.  Prepare show cue scripts and call show cues if necessary

You should have/be

  • Degree in Stage Management, Venue Management, or related discipline
  • At least 10 years of experience in stage, event and/or production management
  • Good knowledge of Stage Management and equipment knowledge including lighting, audio, SFXscenic and stage set-up systems for stage, exhibitions and events. Knowledge in AutoCAD is a plus
  • Proven leadership, problem solving, planning and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skill with the ability to communicate with all levels of people
  • Excellent spoken and written English and Chinese. Proficient in Putonghua.
  • Able to work at irregular hours including Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays and perform overnight duties and outdoor/ typhoon/ rainstorm duties
  • Candidate with lesser experience will be considered for Assistant Manager position

Visitor Experience Associate

Operations Department

As the knowledgeable host of Tai Kwun, you will 

  • support daily operations at key customer-facing services locations including concierge service at Visitor Centre and Art Gallery reception, sales service at Tai Kwun store, guiding service at Art Gallery & Heritage Interpretation/Exhibition space, ticketing service at Box Office, event support at open space or venue-hire area
  • handle telephone and email enquiries and resolve contingency in a professional manner 
  • proactively provide any necessary or immediate assistance to visitors and address their needs 
  • assist in enforcing service pledges, procedures, policies, guidelines and/or standards 
  • handle day-to-day uniform administration including the centralized distribution/collection system, laundry logistics and locker administration, etc. 

You should have/be:

  • Good command in Chinese and English, knowledge in other languages will be an advantage
  • Strong on-the-spot problem solving skill
  • Presentable, sincere and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Passionate about service, Contemporary Arts and Heritage
  • Outgoing, friendly and courteous
  • Able to work on duty roster during weekends, statutory and general holidays as required


Facilities Management Department

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Audio Visual Technician

Facilities Management Department

You will:

  • Carry out the routine audio-visual system maintenance services including but not limited to stage lighting, Live and Film sound, digital and 35mm film projector and other stage equipment and maintain all AV facilities in good condition. 
  • Provide prompt troubleshooting and technical support to event teams
  • Assist in handling event activities and inventory control

About You
You should have/be:

  • Certificate in Electronic Engineering / Audio Visual Technology or equivalent 
  • 3 years’ relevant experience in Audio Visual System.  Exposure in auditorium and Cinema is an advantage
  • Hard working, willing to learn and positive attitude
  • Excellent problem solving, interpersonal and coordination skills 
  • Able to communicate in both Cantonese and English
  • 9 hours work on shift and 6-day work from Monday to Sunday