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CITY OF JOHANNESBURG

Group Corporate & Shared Services: Group Human Capital Management
6th Floor, B Block Metropolitan Centre, 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein
PO Box 1049 Johannesburg, South Africa, 2000
Tel +27(0) 11 407 6111 – Fax +27(0) 11 339 1878
www.joburg.org.za

PERMANENT POSITIONS

This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

 
1. Department: Environmental & Infrastructure Services Department 
Branch: Impact Management & Compliance Monitoring 
Designation: Sub Head Compliance Monitoring: COJ Operations 
Salary Range: R43 684.21 – R59 425.08 – R75 170.09 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 
 
Appointment Requirements: 
• Degree in one of the following: Environmental Management, Environmental Sciences, Conservation Management. Urban and Regional planning or closely related discipline / programmes (NQF level 7). 
• Six (6) – eight (8) years previous experience in the field of environmental management, with at least 1 year at middle management level experience and compliance monitoring. 
 
Primary Function: Lead and direct the Compliance Monitoring: CoJ Operations sub unit in establishing and managing process and systems for evaluating compliance monitoring of City operations in term of various environmental regulations and legislation. 
 

Key Performance Areas: Promote environmental compliance during project implementation. Promote internal compliance to environmental legislation. Manage the staff in the sub unit. Provide input into managing the budget of the business unit. Provide input into compiling management reports. Manage the implementation of policies and strategies relating to best practice in the Business Unit. 

Leading Competencies: Leadership and People Management, Stakeholder Management, Conflict Management; Programmes and Projects Management, Strategic and Integrative thinking, ability to initiate and work independently. Work under pressure. 



Core Competencies: Computer literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint); Communication (verbal and written) and coordinating required. Basic knowledge of Environmental legislation – NEMA; SEMAs. Knowledge of HR training processes. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Coloured, Indian, White Males and African, Coloured, Indian, White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Revonal McKenzie 
Tel No: (011) 587 4307 
Workplace: 118 Jorissen Street, Traduna House, Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]





This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

2. Department: Environmental & Infrastructure Services Department 
Branch: Impact Management & Compliance Monitoring 
Designation: Senior Specialist: Compliance Monitoring 
Salary Range: R39 055.92 – R52 185.72 – R65 319.66 pm (basic salary excluding benefits)

Appointment Requirements: 
• Degree in one of the following: Environmental Management, Environmental Sciences, Conservation Management and Environmental Law (NQF level 7). 
• Five (5) – seven (7) years previous experience in the field of environmental management. 
• Training in compliance and enforcement would be an additional benefit. 

Primary Function: Establish processes and systems for compliance monitoring of City operations. To monitor compliance of city operations in terms of various environmental legislation and requirements. 

Key Performance Areas: Promote environmental compliance during project implementation of City implemented by entities and departments. Compliance monitoring of authorized projects implemented by City Departments and MEs. Compliance monitoring of projects implemented illegally by City departments and MEs. Provide inputs into Compliance Standards Operating Procedures (SOPs). Liaise and engage with other stakeholder both internal and external. 

Leading Competencies: Leadership; People Management; Stakeholder Management; Conflict Management; Programmes and Projects Management. 

Core Competencies: Computer literacy (Microsoft Word and Excel), Communication (verbal and written); coordinating and good report writing skills required. Basic knowledge of environmental legislation (NEMA, NEMWA and NEMAQA). 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Coloured, Indian, White Males and African, Coloured, Indian, White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Mashaka Madia 
Tel No: (011) 587 4327 
Workplace: 118 Jorissen Street, Traduna House Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]

This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

3. Department: Environmental & Infrastructure Services Department 
Branch: Water and Biodiversity 
Designation: Senior Specialist: Open Space Planning 
Salary Range: R39 055.92 – R52 185.72 – R65 319.66 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• Degree in Town and Regional Planning and or Environmental Science or development related field at (NQF level 7). 
• Five (5) – seven (7) years’ experience in the Government environment or Environment organization or consultancy. 

Primary Function: Protect the City open spaces, natural landscape and associated ecological infrastructure and environmental services. Promote and enable the sustainable management of open spaces and green infrastructure assets and to ensure the balanced provision of accessible open space for all communities. 

Key Performance Areas: Policy, planning and regulation; specialist input in relation to development proposals and land use plans; development and implementation of programmes and projects, integration and mainstreaming of open space planning and green infrastructure principles and adaptive interventions for improved sustainability and resilience. 

Leading Competencies: Strategic and integrative thinking, good conceptual abilities, innovation, project management, stakeholder management, ability to initiate and work independently.

Core Competencies: Computer literacy (Microsoft Word and excel), Good written and verbal communication and coordinating skills required. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Coloured, Indian, White Males and African, Coloured, Indian, White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Mashaka Madia 
Tel No: (011) 587 4327 
Workplace: 118 Jorissen Street, Traduna House Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]




This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg

4. Department: Community Development 
Branch: Arts, Culture and Heritage 
Designation: Head: Arts 
Salary Range: R50 238.79 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• Degree / NQF level 7 qualification in a related field of Arts / Development Studies / Public Administration is required. 
• Seven (7) – ten (10) years in Arts management position. 
• Knowledge and /or experience of government policies and strategies with respect to the development of the Arts and creative industries in general. 
• Communication (verbal and written), computer literacy skills required. 
• Must have a valid driver’s license 

Primary Function: Plan, direct, and manage Key performance and result indicators associated with the provision of Creative Industries policy development and implementation, design and implementation of an Arts development and Promotion Programme. Management, coordination and implementation of business planning processes, performance manages budgeting, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms with regard to development and implementation of all Arts programmes and relevant staff. Interact with and cultivate new and existing stakeholder relations hereby enhancing the scope and reach of arts development and funding in the City. 

Key Performance Areas: Identify define and chart the short and longer-term plans and objectives for the management of arts. Oversee the management of Art sites, structures and areas. Lead and Manage projects and programmes. Develop and improve collaborations amongst the City and public. Coordinate the arts documentation and list of arts groups and stakeholder and making this information available. 

Leading Competencies: Confidentiality and Professionalism. Leadership and Policy Development in the Arts Culture Heritage Sectors. 

Core Competencies: Arts Programme Design and Management. Knowledge and Experience of Arts Administration. HR values and COJ Policies. Due Diligence and attention to detail. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, Indian, White Males & African Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Thato Sepuru 
Tel No: (011) 407 7035 
Workplace: Joburg Newtown Building, 2 Helen Joseph Street, Newtown
E-Mail: [email protected]





This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

5. Department: Community Development 
Branch: Arts, Culture and Heritage 
Designation: Head: Culture 
Salary Range: R50 238.79 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• BA Fine Arts and Post graduate degree majoring with the following: Anthropology, History, Heritage studies, Arts Administration or Humanities (NQF level 8). 
• Seven (7) – nine (9) years’ experience in the Management of Museum and galleries, Cultural Institution and Heritage sites. 
• Knowledge of Cultural policy development; Arts, Culture and Heritage stakeholder. All legislative laws such as South Africa Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA Resistance and Liberation Heritage Route (RLHR), Heritage Resource Act, international treaties and multi-lateral fora in heritage and museums. 
• Communication (verbal and written), computer literacy skills required. 
• Must have a valid driver’s license. 

Primary Function: Provide strategic leadership for the directorate and manage key aspects associated with the provision of Museum and galleries services within the Arts, Culture and Heritage directorate through the development, coordination and implementation of policies and business planning process, performance management, monitoring and evaluation mechanism in regard to the development. Manage safe guarding and promotion of Museum, galleries and associated collections within the City of Johannesburg. 

Key Performance Areas: Manage and control the identification and define of the short to medium term object and priorities of the sub-directorate. Manage and control the implementation of specific procedures, systems and control associated with key functional areas embodied in the cultural institution (museum and galleries in the sub-directorate. Manage and control the key performance and outcome of personnel within the City’s Cultural institution sub-directorate of Arts, Culture and Heritage. Assists in the administrative of Arts Culture and Heritage so that the strategies, policies and procedures of the council are adhered to and ensure optimum utilization of resources in terms of heritage and administrative laws. Coordinate process and procedures to determine Arts Culture and Heritage institution exposure to operational compliance risk. Manage Heritage Institutions. 

Leading Competencies: Confidentiality and Professionalism. Leadership and Policy Development in the Art s Culture Heritage Sectors. 

Core Competencies: Batho Pele Principles, Knowledge and experience of the arts, Culture and Heritage, Management of Culture Constitution. HR values and COJ Policies, Due Diligence and attention to detail. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, Indian, White Males & African Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Thato Sepuru 
Tel No: (011) 407 7035 
Workplace: Joburg Newtown Building, 2 Helen Joseph Street, Newtown
E-Mail: [email protected]

 
 
This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg
 
6. Department: Community Development 
Branch: Arts, Culture and Heritage (Museums and Galleries) 
Designation: Chief Curator: James Hall Museum of Transport 
Salary Range: R43 684.21 (basic salary excluding benefits) 
 
Appointment Requirements: 
• BA or Honours in History, Anthropology, Heritage or Social Science degree minimum; Business Management or Public Administration (NQF level 7) Development Studies or Public Administration; 
• 6 – 8 years’ experience in care of museum; 
• Knowledge of Museum functions, Heritage legislation, International museum standards, Fundraising, Firefighting, First aid, Human Resource Management, Curatorship and Research; 
• Computer literacy and communication (verbal and written) 
• Comprehensive knowledge on the history of transport, the operations and manufacturers 
• Knowledge of GRAP 103; and 
• Will be expected to work odd times, including weekends and/or public holidays. 
 

Primary Function: Formulate and implement policies, manage staff, oversee budget and financial controls, champion public programs, ensure safety and security in the museum, see to the marketing and promotion of the museum, ensure that the museum facilities are well-maintained, formulate a strategic vision for the museum, liaise with partners and stakeholders and ensure that museum conforms to international museum standards, manage loans and collections. 

Key Performance Areas: Manage all financial matters at the museum. Initiate, formulate and manage programs and activities. Manage staff, schedules and activities. Manage the facility and administration. Market and promote the museum. 

Leading Competencies: Collaborative/Teamwork management & Accountability; Good Communications ability; Networking skills; Project and People management; Planning and organizing and Strategic Business planning. 

Core Competencies: Customer and Service Delivery Management (Batho Pele) Ethics, HR Values + CoJ Values, Integrity and Professionalism Impact and Influence and Confidentiality. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, White Males & African Females including people with disabilities 

Contact Person: Thato Sepuru 
Tel No: (011) 407 7198 
Workplace: Pioneers Park, 193 Rosettenville Road, La Rochelle
E-Mail: [email protected]





This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg

7. Department: Housing
Branch: Finance 
Designation: Officer: Assets 
Salary Range: R22 215.52 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• Grade 12/NQF level 4; 
• Diploma in Finance or equivalent/NQF level 6; 
• 2 years’ experience in the field of Asset management; 
• Basic knowledge of Asset Management concepts and functions; relevant standards and statutory/regulatory framework within the field of asset management; 
• Computer literate, good communication, analytical, problem solving and report writing skills; 
• Team player and ability to cope under pressure; and 
• Must have a valid driver’s license. 

Primary Function: Assist the Housing Department to control their key performance and result indicators so their assets are reported accurately, efficiently, effectively in order to conform to the requirements of the MFMA and the City’s financial strategies and policies. 

Key Performance Areas: Maintain a computerized asset register by means of SAP financial systems. Control the implementation of specific procedures, systems and controls associated with key functional areas embodied in the Housing Department. 

Leading Competencies: Collaborative Teamwork & Accountability. 

Core Competencies: Attention to detail and high level of accuracy in the recording and capturing of information; Ability to work independently; High level of communication skills required to work with people; Customer and Service Delivery Management (Batho Pele) Ethics, Integrity and Professionalism, Impact & Influence and Confidentiality. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, Indian, White Males and Indian, White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Sanele Tasana 
Tel No: (011) 407 6630 
Workplace: 222 Smit Street, Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]




This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

8. Department: Housing
Branch: Finance 
Designation: Bookkeeper: Debtors 
Salary Range: R22 215.52 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• Grade 12 / NQF level 4 plus National Diploma in Accounting / Finance (NQF Level 6). 
• Two (2) years relevant Accounting experience. 
• Knowledge of Accounting / Finance concepts and functions. 
• Knowledge of current financial regulation and procedures. (MFMA) 

Primary Function: To ensure that the implementation of key performance policies and procedures in Debtors section are performed according to the financial reporting processes.

Key Performance Areas: Ensure compliance and implementation of the policies and procedures. Implement debtor’s processes. Assist in maintaining that the accurate tenant database is available to Region and for reporting purposes. 

Leading Competencies: Accountability and Financial management; 

Core Competencies: Computer literacy (Microsoft Word and Excel); Good Communication (verbal and written) and personal Skills required. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, Indian, White Males and Indian and White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Sinethemba Luthuli 
Tel No: (011) 407 6630 
Workplace: 222 Smit Street, Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]

This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg

9. Department: Housing
Branch: Finance 
Designation: Manager: Debtors 
Salary Range: R39 055.92 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• Degree in Financial Accounting or any Finance related tertiary qualification (NQF level 7); 
• Accounting understanding or experience in Finance related field; 
• Qualification and experience in terms of minimum competencies prescribed by National Treasury. 
• 5 years’ experience in Accounting/Finance; 
• Basic knowledge of Finance/Accounting concepts and functions; 
• Knowledge on the local government environment and MFMA Regulations, Accounting and Finance processes; and 
• Good communication, analytical and problem solving, computer literate, report writing, and presentation skills required. 

Primary Function: Manage and ensure that the key performance policies and procedures in the Debtors section are implemented according to the financial reporting processes.

Key Performance Areas: Ensure compliance of the policies and procedures. Implement debtors processes. Coordinate requests for reports from the debtor’s systems, so as to ensure that reports are accurate and the database is efficient. Ensure accurate reporting. 

Leading Competencies: Operational and technical decision-making; People Management; Financial Management; Stakeholder Management; Programmes and Projects Management; Professionalism; Good leadership and change management; Teamwork and Accountability; Proven facilitation, liaison and influencing skills. 

Core Competencies: Attention to detail and high levels of accuracy and excellent planning, organizing and time management skills; Good negotiation and conflict management skills. Good problem solving skills and information gathering skills; Excellent verbal, written and communication skills; Ability to operate with continued pressure to deliver high quality work standards; Ability to work independently; Good Ethics; Confidentiality; Multi-tasking; Strong figures; Work under pressure; Lateral thinker; Use own discretion. 

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Indian, White Males and White Female, including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Masindi Buthelezi 
Tel No: (011) 407 6630 
Workplace: 222 Smit Street, Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]





This Vacancy is open to External Applicants AND Employees of the City of Johannesburg 

10. Department: Legislature
Branch: Legal and Procedural Services 
Designation: Director: Legal and Procedural Services 
Salary Range: R62 284.19 pm (basic salary excluding benefits) 

Appointment Requirements: 
• LLB (NQF level 8) or any relevant related qualification. 
• 8 years’ working experience, 5 of which at senior management level, in legal environment with specific reference to Constitutional Law, Administrative & Procedural Law, including experience in Contract/Commercial Law; 
• Parliamentary/Legislative work background will be an added advantage as well as Admission as Attorney/Advocate of the High Court; 
• Good knowledge and interpretation of Policy and Legislation; Good Governance; Knowledge of Supply Chain Management and Performance Management; 
• Excellent Computer skills (MS Office; Presentation skills), communication, coordination and analytical skills; 
• Programme and Project Management; 
• Moral competence, innovative behaviour; 
• Knowledge and Information Management; 
• No criminal record; and 
• Good team player. 

Primary Function: Lead and manage the key performance areas and result indicators for the Legal and Procedural Services within the Legislative Arm of Council by ensuring provision of comprehensive and efficient Legal and Procedural Advisory Services to Council, the Speaker, Committees of Council and the Administration of the Legislative Arm and to ensure the development and implementation of effective systems, processes and procedures for provision of professional legal and Procedural support services. 

Key Performance Areas: Oversee and control outcomes associated with utilization, productivity and performance within the Legal and Procedural Directorate. Identify, define and align the Directorate’s objectives against the departmental strategic objectives and financial resources. Oversee the provision, development and management of comprehensive Legal and Procedural Support to Council, Speaker, Council Committees and Secretary to Council. Ensure compliance by the Legislative Arm to Legal requirements imposed by national and Provincial Legislation (Acts). Ensure the management of Contracts concluded between the Legislative Arm and external parties. Manage litigation by and against the Legislative Arm of Council. Oversee the provision, development and management of comprehensive Legal and administrative support services to the office of the Integrity Commissioner and Councillors. 

Leading Competencies: MFMA Financial management; Labour relations; Change management; Governance and leadership. 

Core Competencies: Integrity, Confidentiality; Flexible and adaptable; Diversity and Change management; Ability to work under pressure including irregular hours; Good spoken and written command of the English language; Reliable and Accuracy; People management; Analytical ability; Attention to detail and logical thinking.

This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to African, White Males and African, Indian, Coloured, White Females including people with disabilities. 

Contact Person: Selby Gibbs 
Tel No: (011) 407 7029 
Workplace: 158 Civic Boulevard Metropolitan Centre, Braamfontein
E-Mail: [email protected]

VACANCY CIRCULAR: 035/2020

CLOSING DATE: 19 AUGUST 2020




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