Nan Fung Group
Application for Group Management Trainee 2018 will open soon. Stay tuned!

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

To support the growth of our business, we have launched a Group Management Trainee Program which is designed to fast-track the career development of recent university graduates with high potential in the real estate and property industry.

ABOUT NAN FUNG GROUP

Founded in 1954, Nan Fung Group is a regional business conglomerate with its principle business in real estate development and investment in Hong Kong and Asia, financial investments and various other businesses.

As one of the leading property developers and one of the largest non-listed conglomerates in Hong Kong, Nan Fung has a track-record of over 165 projects, with GFA totaling over 64 million square feet. Our diverse project portfolio includes mass residential, luxury villas, offices, retail malls, hotels and exhibition centers, some of which are located in the most prestigious locations. Outside of Hong Kong, we also have property investments in Mainland China, Macau, Singapore, London and New York, with over 2,000 staff employed globally.

Recent development of the Group includes an acquisition of a large scale commercial site in Kai Tak area with approximately 2 million square feet GFA for a consideration of HKD 24.6 billion, the largest land bid recorded in Hong Kong at the time, in May 2017.

PROGRAM


PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT (24 MONTHS)
– Become a seasoned professional in the property development and investment business

The program aims to equip young talent with the necessary skills to pursue an accelerated career in our property development and investment business, in Hong Kong and potentially in Mainland China or overseas.

During the job rotation, you will be attached to various parts of the property business and operational departments in our HK head office. You will also have potential short term rotation opportunities outside of HK to gain a wider exposure during your two year program.

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