Here's a chance to invest your future in the civil service. InvestHK, the government arm in charge of attracting and retaining economically and strategically important investments in Hong Kong, is on the lookout for a director general of investment promotion. The position is important to Hong Kong as the candidate will promote the city's advantage and its unrivalled position as an international investment and business hub. Reporting to the permanent secretary for commerce and economic development, the main duties will include advising the government on policies and strategies for investment promotion, liaising with non-governmental organisations, developing action programmes to achieve goals, and identifying and co-ordinating measures to improve Hong Kong's competitiveness and attractiveness. Someone with at least 15 years of relevant work experience, five of which must have been in a senior management capacity, is sought. Strong leadership, management capabilities, and good communication and public speaking skills are important qualities in this job. Because of the nature of the job, the person should also have a broad international perspective with a strong business sense and solid commercial experience. Candidates can expect a generous remuneration package, including a monthly salary of HK$181,450, plus housing allowance, holidays with leave passage allowance and other benefits. The successful candidate will be given a three-year contract with the civil service. This will be renewable at the discretion of the Hong Kong government.