DPSA State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms Job Vacancies in Cape Town

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms Jobs in Cape Town

DPSA has released a State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
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Name of Available Job Post ⇒ State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Cape Town
Salary ⇒ R 744,255.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 06 June 2022

DPSA State Veterinarian Aquatic Organisms Job Description

SALARY : R744 255 per annum, (all-inclusive remuneration package, conditions apply)
CENTRE : Cape Town (Sea Point Aquarium)
REQUIREMENTS : BSc degree in Veterinary Science or equivalent qualification as recognised by
the South African Veterinary council, 3 year relevant experience in veterinary
services, Registration with the South African Veterinary Council (certified copy
of valid registration certificate must be attached) and a valid motor vehicle
Drivers licence. Knowledge and/or understating of: Aquatic Animal Health,
aquaculture and production systems and related diseases disease
management protocols; the South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) and its
requirements as well as the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
Aquatic Animal Health Code, Veterinary law and its application, project
planning and management principles. Skills: Good communication (both verbal
and written), Planning and organising, Conflict management, Financial
management, Negotiation, Leadership and interpersonal. Personal Attributes:
Strategic, analytical and creative thinking, Innovative and proactive, Ability to
gather and analyse information, Ability to lead a team and Sense of
responsibility, loyalty and determination.
DUTIES : The incumbent’s responsibility will be: Veterinary import and export control for
aquatic organisms: Conduct biosecurity audits of all registered aquaculture
farms, Conduct stock inspections of all registered grow-out aquaculture farms
with necessary sampling, evaluation and sample storage for each stock
inspection, Provide veterinary import control support for the Department;
Support and contribute to current aquatic animal health research activities:
Provide veterinary support for the Departmental aquaculture facilities
Biosecurity Programme as the Biosecurity Coordinator and attending
veterinarian for the facilities, Convene bi-annual Aquatic Animal Ethics
Committee (AAEC) meetings, Screening of aquaculture research proposals
prior to submission to the AAEC, Conduct annual revision of the AAEC
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP); Support the development,
implementation and review of aquatic animal health legislation, policies,
guidelines and programmes: Participate and contribute to the functioning of the
National Aquatic Animal Health Working Group (NAAHWG) by assisting with
coordination of bi-annual meetings and promoting communication amongst
members, Provide technical input during the review of existing programmes,
permit conditions, and ensure alignment with international standards and
domestic legislation as it relates to aquatic animal health, Represent the DFFE
at the bi-annual Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary (SPS) and Technical Barriers to
Trade (TBT) meetings, Periodic review the residue control programme,
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oversee the implementation of the aquatic animal health and biosecurity
programmes; Perform administrative and related functions for the Sub-unit
Aquatic Animal Health: Provide input into monthly sub-unit reports , Contribute
to quarterly progress and technical reports for the Directorate: Sustainable
Aquaculture Management and Supervise staff in terms of functions and
performance outputs.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. A. Njobeni Tel No: (021) – 402 3065; email: [email protected]

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