11/13/2020 - 00:00

The City of Cape Town promotes and applies the principles of employment equity. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

BASIC SALARY: R326 608 to R360 277 PER ANNUM  REF NO: SPE 52/20


  • A three-year diploma or Bachelor’s degree in History/Museology or Heritage
  • A postgraduate diploma in Education and/or tour guiding qualification
  • Up to two (2) years’ relevant work experience
  • Experience in managing projects, programmes, campaigns and events
  • Presentation and facilitation skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills
  • Computer proficiency in MS Office Applications
  • A valid Code EB driver’s licence
  • Willingness to work after hours and on weekends, when required.

Key performance areas:

  • Coordinating heritage/cultural/history workshops, projects, programmes, events and guided tours for
  • City staff, councillors, tourists, community members, general public, school learners, educators and youth groups
  • Conducting research on relevant topics and issues
  • Developing and hosting presentations and education lessons linked to the school curriculum
  • Develop monitoring and evaluation plans and conducting them
  • Setting up and assisting with facilitating meetings and workshops with internal and external stakeholders and compiling meeting minutes and action notes
  • Assistance with development, revision and dissemination of appropriate resources, exhibition and education materials, lesson plans and activities
  • Safekeeping of all records and compiling and maintaining statistical records and filling
  • Reporting for feedback purposes via various reporting tools (e.g. Excel, PowerPoint) on success stories and lessons learned, with recommendations for future success
  • Handling correspondence and requests from internal and external clients.

CLOSING DATE: 13 November 2020

Please apply online at www.capetown.gov.za/careers (external applicants) or via the SAP Portal (internal applicants), unless otherwise stated.

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