DPSA State Veterinarian Job Vacanices in Pretoria

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for State Veterinarian Jobs in Pretoria

DPSA has released a State Veterinarian 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 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
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Pretoria
Salary ⇒ R 744,255.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 05 Aug 2022

DPSA State Veterinarian Job Description

SALARY : R744 255 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package to be structured in accordance
with the rules for MMS)
CENTRE : Gauteng (Pretoria)
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and a Bachelor of
Veterinary Science Degree (BVSc / BVMCh). Registration with the South African
Veterinary Council as a Veterinarian. At least 2 year of experience, 1 of which must be
as a State Veterinarian (including compulsory community service where applicable).
Experience in primary animal health care, veterinary regulatory control or animal
welfare. Job related knowledge: Sound application, experience and knowledge of
veterinary services legislation especially the Veterinary and Para-veterinary
Professions Act, 1982 (Act No 19 of 1982) as amended, the Animal Identification Act,
2002 (Act No 6 of 2002), the Animal Protection Act, 1962 (Act No 71oof 1962) as
amended and the Performing Animals Protection Act, 1935 (Act No 24 of 1935) as
amended. Knowledge and understanding of the Animal Diseases Act, 1984 (Act No
35 of 1984) and the Meat Safety Act, 2000 (Act No 40 of 2000). Job related skills:
Auditing and problem-solving skills. Analytical skills, report writing and planning skills,
communication and administrative skills and interpersonal skills.
DUTIES : Development and implementation of legislation and related matters. Development and
review policies, standards and guidelines. Monitor / audit the application of the relevant
risk management systems. Monitor / audit the application of the legislation, policies,
guidelines, norms and standards. Coordinate the implementation of the Animal
Identification and Traceability Systems in accordance with the relevant legislation and
standards. Implementation of relevant national veterinary services mandates at
regional level. Coordination and implementation of Compulsory Community Service
(CCS) and Primary Animal Health Care (PAHC) programmes. Implement
administrative matters related to CCS and PAHC programmes. Develop and
implement management systems for CCS and PAHC. Conduct regular audits on the
performance of CCS and PAHC to ensure compliance with the management systems
and applicable policies. Procurement of items and materials for CCS and PAHC. Audit
and register compulsory community service facilities. Register mentors for the
performance of the compulsory community service. Coordinate and consolidate
regional CCS reports. Coordinate and consolidate regional animal health reports and
deliverables. Coordinate and consolidate regional veterinary public health reports and
deliverables. Coordination and implementation of the animal welfare legislation.
Develop policies and standards for animal welfare. Implement the operational
framework for animal welfare. Monitor the implementation of animal welfare legislation
across the country. Attend to legal matters pertaining to the Department with respect
to animal welfare legislation. Coordination of animal identification and traceability
programme. Develop and implement policies related to animal identification and
traceability. Coordinate the marking of animals in the country. Manage the animal
identification and traceability database. Implement remedial actions as and where
necessary. To establish and manage the delivery of an extension service related to
Primary Animal Health Care (PAHC), Animal Welfare and Animal Identification and
Traceability to stakeholders and communities. Develop training and awareness
material related to areas managed. Implement campaign on matters of PAHC, Animal
Welfare and Animal Identification and Traceability to the communities and farmers.
Liaise and provide technical input and / or training to regulatory and non-regulatory
stakeholders (e.g. South African Police Services, Provincial Departments of
Agriculture, etc.).
ENQUIRIES : Dr MSM Molefe Tel No: (012) 319 7688

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