The Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport, Western Cape is looking to employ an individual to render a specialised professional service in terms of Heritage Resource Management. The successful incumbent must possess interpersonal skills, organisational skills and have the ability to work under pressure. This position is based in Cape Town.
Minimum Requirements: An appropriate 4-year B-Degree in the field of Architecture, Anthropology, History, Art History, Town & Regional planner, Engineering and Building Sciences; A minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a heritage related environment.
Recommendation: A valid code B driving licence.
Key Performance Areas: Supervise the following: Co-ordination and processing of applications received in terms of the National Heritage Resources Act (Act 25 of 1999); Development of proposals for formal protection of Heritage Resources; Monitoring and enforcement of compliance with permits and conditions of impact; Ensure and provide professional technical assistance to other departments/internal units and local authorities and public and undertake advocacy on heritage matters; Human Resources Management; Budget Management.
Competencies: Knowledge of the following: National Heritage Resources Act; Heritage Resources Management policies and guidelines (specifically those of HWC); Related legislation in the heritage management process (such as NEMA, MRDA and municipal processes where applicable); Working knowledge of databases such as SAHRIS; Excellent writing and presentation skills; Skills in office package suite; Communication (written and verbal) skill in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Remuneration: R356 289 per annum (Salary Level 9). Note on remuneration: Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc. MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees' service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements.
Enquiries: Mrs Colette Scheermeyer (021) 483 9682
Closing date: 6 August 2018
Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Click here to apply.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit copies of their documentation for verification purposes. These candidates will be required to attend interviews on a date and time as determined by the department. The selection process will be guided by the EE targets of the employing department.
Kindly note that technical support is only available from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 16.00 should you experience any difficulties with your online application. Please ensure that you submit your application before the closing date as no late applications will be considered.