Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui is a Church organization, which has been established in Hong Kong since the 19th century. The establishment of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives (“HKSKH Archives”) was proposed by Archbishop Paul Kwong in January, 2010. In October, 2012, the Revd Prof. Philip L. Wickeri was appointed Provincial Archivist. The Archives are housed in Bishop’s House, 1 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong.
The HKSKH Archives has a five part mission statement. One purpose is to promote awareness of the importance of archival preservation and promote HKSKH Archives within the HKSKH and the wider public. Through collaboration with the local universities in their internship programs, on one hand we could have students helping us in our archival work and on the other hand, provide an invaluable educational experience for the students to work in an existing archive before graduation from university.
Nature of the Work
The work of the interns includes organization of archives; indexing; scanning of documents and other work as decided by the Archivist.
Internship Period is very flexible. It could be on full-time basis from Mondays to Fridays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, or on part-time basis for two or three days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Lunch time will be from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
A daily allowance of HK$150 will be provided to interns for travel and lunch expenses. The allowance will be credited directly to the interns’ bank account in the last week of every month.
Lectures & Visits
Relevant lecture on HKSKH Archives and Archives Management will be given to interns at the beginning of their internship. As time permits, we will also organize visit to other local archives or HKSKH churches to help students better understand archival work and our organization.
- good command of Chinese and English
- capable of operating Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- ability to use Chinese input method, like pinyin, 倉頡、速成etc.
- familiarity with the history of Christianity will be desirable
Interested parties could send their application via email (email@example.com) to the Revd. Prof. Philip L. Wickeri, Provincial Archivist, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives together with the following documents:
- Cover letter
- Latest Academic Transcript copy
- Recent photo
An interview will be arranged for the applicant prior to mutual agreement on the internship.
Revd Prof. Philip L. Wickeri, Provincial Archivist, will be the supervisor to the interns during the internship period and an appraisal from will be filled in for each intern after completion of the internship period.
Contact & Enquiries
Contact and enquiries could be directed to:-
Ms. Michelle Lin
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives
Tel: 2526 5221
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org