We value our people and encourage development of talented and motivated employees to support the promotion of a sustainable community media sector in pursuance of the mandate of the MDDA.
We strive to attract, employ and develop people with exceptional skills who want to make a difference and share our values:
Integrity: We are honest, transparent, reliable, fair, accountable and responsible for our actions
Ubuntu: We are empathetic, courteous and respectful to our staff and clients alike
Professionalism: We are efficient, effective, service delivery orientated, punctual, performance driven and work collectively
Commitment: We are passionate, go the extra mile, responsive, have a strong work ethic, are consistent and accessible
Developmental: We are inclusive, open and participatory in our dealings with internal and external parties
Applications are invited from suitably qualified, competent and experienced candidates for advertised positions at the Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) to be part of the organisation in realising its developmental mandate in a dynamic, diverse and ever-changing industry.
We welcome applications from people with disabilities.
Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not heard from us within 30 days after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
It is the responsibility of candidates with foreign qualifications to have their qualifications verified by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). The appointee will be required to sign an employment contract and an annual performance agreement.
The MDDA offers competitive salaries. All positions are based in Parktown.
To view the full job specification and to apply for these challenging positions, please click on the relevant post below to download the job requirements.
Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive CV, together with a covering letter and at least 3 contactable references to .
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR THE BELOW VACANCIES
2010 - present
2010 - present