Department: Community Development\nBranch: Arts, Culture and Heritage\nDesignation: Conservator\nSalary Range: R27 494.16 pm (basic salary excluding benefits)\n\nAppointment Requirements:\n\uf0b7 Matric plus Tertiary qualification in Museum Conservation, First Aid and Firefighting\/NQF level 6;\n\uf0b7 3 \u2013 4 years\u2019 experience, preferably with experience in a variety of materials as found in Museums\nand Galleries;\n\uf0b7 Computer literacy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet and Outlook);\n\uf0b7 Physically fit (job involves moving objects and working on your feet);\n\uf0b7 Good eyesight and manual dexterity for fine work;\n\uf0b7 Meticulous attention to detail in report writing; and\n\uf0b7 Working unusual hours, such as weekend and\/or after hours.\n\nPrimary Function Preserve, conserve and restore the items in the museum\u2019s collections. Assess,\nclean, treat and conserve damaged items and restore them where appropriate and ethical and keep\nrecord of such treatment. Provide support and advice to the curatorial team in preparation for\nexhibitions; assessing loans out and received; assessing items for purchase. Provide input to the\nbudget for this area of operation. Provide input to the budget for this area of operation. The\nTechnician: Conservation.\nKey Performance Areas:\n\nPreserve, conserve and restore the items in the museum\u2019s collections in\nconsultation with the curatorial team. Provide support and advice to the curatorial team in preparation\nfor exhibitions. Provide support and advice to the curatorial team for loans out and received. Provide\nsupport and advice to the curatorial team in assessing items for purchase. Provide input to the\nbudget for this area of operation. Provide input to the budget for this area of operation. The\nTechnician: Conservation.\n\nLeading Competencies:\n\nProject Management. Interpersonal and conflict resolution skills. Attention to detail.\n\nCore Competencies:\n\nReport writing. Computer skills, financial skills, Good communication, Problem\nsolving ability, HR values and Batho Pele Principles.\nThis is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Indian\/White\nMales and Indian\/White Females including people with disabilities.\nContact Person: Thato Sepuru\nTel No: (011) 407 7198\nWorkplace: Museum Africa, 21 Lillian Ngoyi Street, Newtown, Johannesburg\nAll applications will be through the website using this link:\n\nPUBLICATION DATE: 07 JUNE 2021 CLOSING DATE: 21 JUNE 2021\nVACANCY CIRCULAR: 039\/2021\nCommunity Development Conservator\nhttps:\/\/share.hsforms.com\/1MvFKbR52TeSamU2q-s85xQ469tl\nOr visit www.joburg.org.za and click on Vacancies.