October 21, 2022

CHIEF DIRECTOR: ARTS, CULTURE AND HERITAGE

REF NO: REFS/015150

CENTRE : Johannesburg (Head office)


REQUIREMENTS : The successful candidate should have a matric certificate plus a Degree in Fine
Arts/Arts and Drama/Creative Arts (NQF level 7), or equivalent qualification
recognized by SAQA with a 5 years of experience in Senior Management level
in cultural and creative industries, creative arts, library and archival services,
heritage and language development, Arts and Culture environment. A130
compulsory Pre-Entry Senior Management Certificate will be required before
assumption of duty. A valid driver’s license. Skills: Policy development and
implementation, Analytical, Change management, Communication, Computer,
Conflict management, Decision Making, Financial management, Interpersonal
relations, Language, Leadership, Organizational, People management,
Presentation, Problem solving, Project management, Relationship
Management, Report writing, Research, Strategic Planning and time
management. Knowledge of: RSA Constitution, Public Service Act, Public
Service Regulations, Public Finance Management Act, Labour Relations Act,
Knowledge of Basic Conditions Employment Act, Community Development,
Project Management principles, Youth Development Policy, Service Delivery
framework, Human Rights Act, Bill of Rights, Skills Development Act, National
Development Plan, National Skills Development Strategy, National Skills
Accord, Youth Employment Accord, Provincial Growth and Development Plan,
Treasury Regulations, Protocol Manual of South Africa, Promotion of Equality
and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, Protection of Personal Information
Act.


DUTIES : Manage the proper development of non-performing/ visual arts and craft.
Manage the proper development of performing arts. Manage and ensure the
facilitation of business development and provision of administrative and
secretariat support services to all arts structures. Manage and ensure proper
planning and coordination when hosting of Cultural ceremonies. Manage the
monitoring and evaluating systems which includes keeping and administering
portfolios of evidence for all ceremonies and cultural diversity programmes.
Drive and manage research on various cultural practices, customs, traditions
and ritual and ensure compilation of findings in order to benefit various
communities in the Province. Manage and coordinate the provision of
Language Planning Services in the province. Manage the development and
promotion of lexicography, terminology and literature development. Manage
the provision of translation, interpretation and editing services. Ensure the
implementation of National, Provincial and Departmental frameworks. Ensure
the implementation of policies according to agreed norms and standards.
Monitor and evaluate compliance with implemented policies. Report on any
discrepancies in regard of compliance to all relevant stakeholders. Review and
amend policies as and when required based on input from stakeholders.
Manage human resources. Manage financial resources. Manage geographical
names processes. Manage archiving and records keeping. Manage
camerations and insignificant days. Mange heritage sites/routes identification,
development, implementation, monitoring and evaluations.


ENQUIRIES : Mr. Ouwen Gaveni Tel No: (011) 355 – 2606/2677/2861

APPLICATIONS : Applications should be submitted online at
http://professionaljobcentre.gpg.gov.za (New Z83 form must be attached), also
can apply manually or post to 35 Rissik Street, Surrey House, Johannesburg,
2000.

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