Responsible for the development and coordination of the collection database and related museum
documentation, digitization and record-keeping in order to make the collection accessible to stakeholders.
In charge of deterrent preservation and natural control of articles.
• Assist with the improvement, coordination and populace of the historical center protest database.
• Assist with making the accumulation and data available to partners.
• Receives, examines, promotions, records, digitize, names and inventories objects gained for accumulations
as well as displays.
• Assist in creating and actualizing approaches and systems concerning the gathering and the historical center.
• Assist with the advancement and coordination of an Integrated Pest Management Plan.
• Supervise the house-continuing, sorting out and supervision of capacity regions and lodging of articles.
• Compile month to month reports and as and when particular reports are required.
• Give inputs when arranging, planning and getting ready showcases and additionally occasions for the historical center.
• Contribute data and articles to be distributed.
• Keep fully informed regarding historical center patterns and data.
• Facilitates care and security of accumulations of craftsmanship and ancient rarities on location; organizes with Curator in regards to the
conditions important to store protests in a seismically protected, calm place; and controls craftsmanship stockpiling territory.
• Bachelor of Arts or Information Science degree (NQF 7)
• Museum qualification will be an advantage
• Three to five years’ experience in museum preservation and record-keeping.
• Code EB Driving Licence
Skills and Attributes
• Communication skills (read, write, speak)
• Presentation skills
• Research/analytical skills
• Interpersonal skills (groups, individuals)
• Computer literate
• Meticulous, creative, innovative
• Problem solving skills
• Persuasiveness, decision making
• Planning, organising, co-ordinating skills
• Strong sense of responsibility
• Ability to liaise with stakeholde
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Closing Date: 04 September 2021
Position Number: 60058650