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Mental Health Research Centre

Senior Project Fellow / Postdoctoral Fellow / Project Associate / Project Assistant

(Ref. 240422010)

(1)    Senior Project Fellow
(2)    Postdoctoral Fellow
(3)    Project Associate
(4)    Project Assistant
[Appointment period: each for twenty-four months initially, with possibility of further appointment]


The appointees will assist the project leader in the research project - “Resilient Students Training Hub (ReST Hub): Creating a strengths-based, trauma-informed mental health promotive ecosystem and enhancing student resilience in tertiary education settings”.  They will be required to:

(a)    conduct research and deliver service / education programmes to promote student mental health and resilience at ReST Hub;

(b)    manage, coordinate and/or participate in the activities of the project;

(c)    coordinate and/or deliver mental health and resilience promotive interventions;

(d)    coordinate and/or deliver training, educational and engagement activities;

(e)    support recruitment of participants, data collection and project evaluation; and

(f)    perform any other duties as assigned by the project leader or his/her delegates.

The appointees may be required to work irregular hours.


Applicants for the Senior Project Fellow post should have a doctoral degree with at least six years of postdoctoral research experience or equivalent qualifications and experience.  Experience in trauma-informed care and/or working with vulnerable youths is preferred. 

Applicants for the Postdoctoral Fellow post should have a doctoral degree or an equivalent qualification and must have no more than five years of post-qualification experience at the time of application. 

Applicants for the Project Associate post should have a master’s degree or a good honours degree in Psychology, Nursing, Social Sciences or other related disciplines with three or more years of research / relevant work experience. 

Applicants for the Project Assistant post should have an honours degree in Psychology, Nursing, Social Sciences or related disciplines, or an equivalent qualification.

Applicants are invited to contact Dr Grace W. K. Ho at telephone number 3400 3918 or via email at for further information.

Conditions of Service

A highly competitive remuneration package will be offered.  

Consideration of applications will commence on 29 April 2024 until the positions are filled. 

Posting date: 22 April 2024