7 February 2019

Opportunity Description

Reference Number: SRAC10029
Position: Visual Arts Curator
Department: Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture
Division: Arts, Culture and Heritage Division
Salary: R342 480 to R469 824 per annum (plus benefits)
Equity Requirements: In evaluating prospective applicants and making the final selection, preference will be given to suitably qualified people with disabilities, African Females, White Females and Indian Males to give effect to the city’s Employment Equity Objectives

Minimum Requirements:

  • BA or B Tech in Visual Arts
  • 1-3 years experience in a similar environment

Core Responsibilities:

  • Co-ordinate and control the activities, procedures and outcomes associated with the provision of a comprehensive visual arts curatorial service to local communities, tourist and educational groups
  • Ensure the visual arts services are positioned to provide a professional and quality service to the public seeking information on visual arts co-ordinate and execute specific applications procedures associated with acquisition, restoration, storage and exhibition of the arts collection
  • Ensure full compliance with governance and risk management policies of the City
  • Ensure the office is managed effectively
  • Ensure full compliance with the MFMA at all times
  • Customer service orientation
  • Maintain a high level of people management

How to Apply

Interested candidates whose background and experience match these challenging and exciting positions are invited to apply using an online application form attached to the advertisement on the website of the City of Ekurhuleni (

Enquiries: Tel: 0860 54 3000; E-mail:

Candidates may be requested to submit proof of the NQF level applicable to the qualifications they have obtained. Should candidates not be informed of the outcome of the application within six weeks of the closing date, it should be regarded as having been unsuccessful. The City of Ekurhuleni subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act and reserves the right not to appoint.