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Wednesday, January 17, 2018


Deadline: January 26, 2018

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency based in Johannesburg, seeks to fill the position of Administrator to be part of a dynamic and visionary team.

Closing date for applications is January 26, 2018, and successful candidates will have to be available to start March 1, 2018.

Qualification in office administration or any other relevant qualification (NQF 6 +)
1 – 2yrs experience as an office administrator.
Knowledge of the Arts and Culture sector will be advantageous
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and outlook).
Excellent verbal, written and communication skills.
Work under pressure.
Ability to handle a number of concurrent projects and tasks.
Good organisational and administrative skills.

Job Description
    Take responsibility for ACT’s switchboard (screen calls and respond to enquiries)
    Manage all office requirements
    Organise and maintain the office diary
    Handle all office communications
    Act as Administrative Assistant to CEO when needed
    Monitor, prepare and manage all financial administration of ACT
    Support PR & Publicity, communications and marketing of ACT programmes
    Support logistical arrangement of programme events and functions as directed by the CEO
    Support programmatic fundraising efforts as directed by the CEO
    Arrange All ACT meetings
    Arrange travel and accommodation for ACT as required
    Prepare documents for meetings and circulate in advance of meetings
    Take minutes at meetings and prepare minutes for ACT’s records
    Liaise with Service Providers as necessary.

Interested individuals who meet the requirements are invited to send a concise CV to

Reference, ITC and Criminal checks will be conducted. Should you not hear from The Arts & Culture Trust within 30 days after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful.

 This information is published on the Arts & Culture Trust’s blog – see