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Hiring Department:- DPSA vacancies 2023
Job Type:- Plant Breeders Registrar vacancies
Department Name:- DPSA Department Of Land Reform And Rural Development Vacancies
Locality:- Jobs in Roodeplaat
Hiring Category:- Government Vacancies
Region:- Jobs in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Gauteng
Job Application (If Needed):- Download z83 Form pdf New, Download z83 Editable form PDF
Download Latest Circular:- Download DPSA Circular 10 of 2023 PDF
Salary Est:- R939 408 – R1 105 383 p/- Annually
Closing Date:- March 27, 2023

 

 

 

 

Requirements for DPSA Plant Breeders Registrar :-

REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in a possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma in Biological / Botanical / Plant Sciences / Agricultural Sciences (Plant Production / Crop Production / Horticulture / Agronomy). Minimum of 3 years’ experience in junior management level within the field of agriculture or botany, horticulture or plant systematics (taxonomy) or plant breeding or administration of legislation related to Agriculture. Job related knowledge: In-depth knowledge of botany (plant morphology, plant taxonomy and plant nomenclature principles). Understanding of plant breeding and legislation regulating registration of plant varieties, including the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act and related legislation such as the Plant Improvement Act. Understanding of the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) convention. Job related skills: Analytical and 8 innovative thinking skills. Strong coordination skills. Information management skills. Communications skills. Presentation skills. Administration, organising and problem-solving skills. Interpretation of legislation. Computer literacy. A valid driver’s licence. Willingness to work extended hours and to travel national, regional and internationally.

DUTIES : Manage the administration of the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act. Review all applications submitted to ensure they comply with the requirements in terms of the Plant Breeder’s Right Act. Facilitate timely registration of applications by taking the necessary actions to prevent time delays. Liaise with Plant Evaluation Centres on all aspects regarding the planting of trials and evaluation of new plant varieties in terms of the Plant Breeder’s Right Act. Review all Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability (DUS) reports received from the Evaluation Centres and verify relevant documentation submitted in connection with the application concerned. Approve new plant varieties and issue Plant Breeders Right Certificates thereof. Correspond with applicants on all matters pertaining to their applications. Liaise with Plant Breeder’s Right Offices in other countries pertaining to the access to existing DUS results for granting plant breeders’ rights where applicable. Sign off all correspondence pertaining to the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act. Manage all objections and appeals logged in terms of the Plant Breeds’ Rights Act. Facilitate knowledge and information management related to Plant Breeder’s Rights. Maintain the Plant Breeders’ Rights register. Manage access to information pertaining to Plant Breeders Rights applications, including access to Registers and compiling information requested in terms of Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA). Compile and / or edit applications relevant to Plant Breeders Rights Act. Ensure that all publications are published in correct format in relevant medium. Issue variety descriptions to external stakeholders upon request. Ensure public understanding of the national Plant Breeder’s Rights system. Draft responses to stakeholder enquires, including Parliamentary questions, Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other government departments. Effect legislative amendments and develop / review policies, guidelines and procedural manuals relevant to the Plant Breeder’s Right Act. Draft policies, guideline documents, Standard Operating Procedures, Regulations, etc. and facilitate publication thereof as applicable. Facilitate submission and approval of documents to relevant structures within the Department/Government as applicable.

How to Apply Online for DPSA Government Vacancies in Roodeplaat ?

Candidates can submit their applications for Plant Breeders Registrar Jobs at DPSA by following the procedures listed below.

  1. Check the pdf form given below of the latest circular of DPSA Job Vacancies.
  2. Choose the best DPSA Job among the various government Jobs available.
  3. Verify your qualifications with the requirements prescribed in DPSA Vacancies and download the DPSA Job Application form.
  4. Fill out the form and wait for the response after submitting it to Emai of DPSA Career or upload it to the DPSA official Portal.

To apply for this job please visit www.dpsa.gov.za.