POSITION : DEBUT PROGRAMME ADMINISTRATOR
REPORTING LINE : PROGRAMMES MANAGER
LOCATION : JOHANNESBURG
CONTRACT TYPE : FIXED PERIOD (12 MONTHS)
HOURS : 40 HOURS
Business and Arts South Africa NPC (BASA) is seeking a Debut Programme Administrator to join our team for a fixed period of 12 months. This is a full-time position that offers an opportunity to contribute to the growth of the arts sector in South Africa. We are looking for a dynamic candidate who has experience in managing youth arts programmes and can efficiently manage various administrative tasks.
Required Minimum Education / Training
- Relevant qualification in Arts Administration or Arts Management preferred
- More than 2 years of experience in a similar role
- Valid driver’s license
- Proficiency in multiple South African languages
- Passion and commitment to the cultural sector
- Excellent work ethic and strong administrative skills
- Well-versed in key digital/social platforms
- Coordinate logistics, planning, and reporting for the BASA Debut Programme projects and activities.
- Collaborate with other team members to support facilitators and provincial liaisons in planning, implementing, and reporting on workshops and related events.
- Lead communication with Debut Programme participants regarding training, workshops, and related matters.
- Liaise between Debut Programme stakeholders and service providers working on curriculum, training, and facilitation.
- Assist the research team with reporting, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for the Debut programmes.
- Collaborate with the team to identify opportunities for BASA programmes.
If you meet the requirements and are excited about this opportunity, please send your updated CV (with references) to email@example.com by no later than Wednesday, 21 February 2024, at 17:00.
BASA was founded in 1997 as a joint initiative between government and the private sector, as part of a strategy to secure greater involvement in the arts from businesses operating in South Africa. Established as a Section 21 company, BASA is constituted in terms of the Companies Act, and is registered as a public benefit organisation. Its delisting as a Schedule 3 entity has seen Business and Arts South Africa NPC register for VAT. BASA is accountable to its stakeholders – the government, BASA members and the creative sector.