• Full Time
  • Cape Town, Western Cape, Rondebosch, 7700 View on Map
  • University of Cape Town posted 4 weeks ago
  • Posted : Aug 26, 2021 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: R520,000.00 - R612,053.00 / Annual
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Job Detail

  • Offered Salary The annual cost of employment is between R520 000 and R612 053.
  • Qualifications Bachelor Degree
  • Industry Library and information services
  • Reference E21810
  • Centre UCT
  • Where to submit application
    To apply, please e-mail the below documents in a single pdf file to Cindy Gilbert at [email protected] using your surname, first name as the first part of the subject line (after which you can label it as suits you) - UCT Application Form (download at - Cover letter systematically addressing your suitability to match the requirements listed above, and - Curriculum Vitae (CV) Please ensure the title and reference number are indicated in the subject line.
  • Notes
    An application which does not comply with the above requirements will be regarded as incomplete. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and may be required to undergo a competency test.

Job Description

The University of Cape Town seeks to appoint a Manager of Digital Education Production and Operations located in the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) on a one-year fixed term contract. The incumbent will plan, manage and assist the Curriculum and Course Design (CCD) team to support, enhance and deliver digital education media and courses within the agreed parameters around time, resources, quality and budgets. The incumbent will ensure there are robust and responsive project tracking systems in place that allow the CCD management team to make adjustments around staff workload and resources as required. We are searching for an experienced individual who is comfortable overseeing and tracking multiple parallel media and education production projects who is happy managing their own time while operating as an accountable member of the Project Management Team. As well as liaising with different levels of staff in the CCD team, they will be required to manage contract staff brought in at peak times. Requirements: An NQF 7 level qualification in a relevant field. At least five years of experience of which two years are as a project or production manager and two years are working with online education (these can be concurrent).Demonstrable competency in project systems management, implementation, initiation and operations. Experience in project scoping and with project management software and tools. Experience managing and collating data and in the compilation and presentation of reports to assist with decision making. Experience managing staff workload, resources and budgets. Excellent attention to detail. The ability to work in a complex team as well as ability to manage time and work independently. Problem-solving and conflict resolution skills. Excellent communication (written and verbal) coupled with sound interpersonal skills. Advanced computer literacy including using collaborative virtual teamwork platforms e.g. MS Office suite, GSuite, Microsoft OneDrive. Honesty and integrity in managing finances. The incumbent will work remotely at present, but circumstances may develop which require face to face engagement in the physical workspace. Advantageous: An NQF 8 level degree or diploma, e.g. Postgraduate degree or diploma in a relevant field. Work experience in a cognate field such as education, film and media, visual communication or design. Monitoring and Evaluation experience and skills. Experience in and knowledge of the Higher Education environment. Responsibilities: Initiate and implement excellent project management and tracking systems for the course and media production processes. Ensure that suitable and sustainable project tracking and management is ongoing across the CCD team. Track and collate data on all aspects of the projects (including materials, budgets and human resources) on a regular basis to allow decisions to be made by the management team. Appropriate research and reporting to continually monitor and improve CCD services and support. Contribute to the development of a positive and inclusive CILT Organisational culture.

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