Who’s Who?

Hong Kong Job Consulting (www.hkjobc.com) was established in 2012 and we endeavor to be your preferred partner in Talent Acquisition and Management.  We are specialized in various sectors, including

  • Banking Sector
  • Insurance Sector
  • Finance & Asset Management Sector
  • MNCs, Telecommunications, IT, Hotel, Airlines, etc.

We aim at identifying Hong Kong Talent Pool in order to deliver our cutting edge recruitment services to our clients through our values: Honesty, Knowledge, Tact and Passion.


To be our clients’ first-choice Recruitment Partner in Talent Acquisition & Management by delivering unique recruitment solutions beyond our clients’ expectation.


Our mission is to promote ethics, integrity and long-term growth & development of people, companies, industry and society.


We treasure Honesty, Tact, Passion and sustainable growth in Knowledge & Skills. We Care about what we do, Love what we do and Act what we love.


We offer permanent and contract recruitment services and our experienced and professional consultants offer:

Database Matching

Over the years, we have built a comprehensive database with over 120,000 talented candidates. Using professional techniques experiences, we are able to identify a list of qualified candidates who might not be located through other viable means.

Advertising Search

In addition to database matching, a targeted advertising campaign, in the local and regional publications, or most popular and relevant websites will enhance and promote your corporate brand image.

Targeted Hunt

It is the most thorough approach to find the most suitable and qualified candidates through a targeted headhunting supported by Database Matching and Advertising Search.

Recruitment Project Outsourcing (RPO) and Secondee Services

Apart from executive search services, Hong Kong Job Consulting will tailor make Recruitment Project Outsourcing (RPO) & Secondee Services for those companies with special request, which offer recruitment help our clients manage short-term recruitment spikes and specialized recruitment needs without added headcounts.