Scientist Production Grade – DPSA Vacancies in Gauteng

  • Full Time
  • Pretoria, Gauteng
  • 125000- 435700 ZAR / Year
  • Applications have closed

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Good News for all job Seekers eagerly waiting for DPSA Scientist Production Grade Vacancies in Pretoria 2024. Recently, a new announcement has been made about Scientist Production Grade  Vacancies in DPSA Government Department. Qualified candidates are called out to submit an online application with Z83 Form for Scientist Production Grade Government Vacancies in Gauteng. The detailed guide of DPSA latest circular 2024 is shared further on this page.

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Scientist Production Grade DPSA Vacancies in Pretoria Closing Date 2024

Hiring Department:- DPSA vacancies 2024
Job Type:- Scientist Production Grade vacancies
Department Name:- DPSA Department Of Water And Sanitation Vacancies
Locality:- Jobs in Pretoria
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 NewDownload z83 Editable form PDF
Download Latest Circular:- Download DPSA Circular 13 of 2024 PDF
Salary Est:- R 125000- 435700/- Annually
Closing Date:- April 4, 2024





Requirements for DPSA Scientist Production Grade :-

REQUIREMENTS : A Science degree (BSc) (Hon) in Natural Science or relevant qualification in the following fields: Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Forestry, Hydrology, Integrated Water Resource Management, Environmental Management, Water and Sanitation. Three (3) years post qualification natural scientific experience. Compulsory registration with the South African Council of Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP) as a Professional Natural Scientist. The disclosure of a valid unexpired driver’s license. Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector, relevant legislations (NWA, CARA and NEMA, MPRDA) together with the related policies, regulations, principles, guidelines, tools and procedures policy development, implementation, and monitoring. Excellent knowledge of livestock and crop water requirements and related models including CROPWAT, SWB, PLANWAT, SAPWAT and the SFRA Assessment Utility in evaluating WULAs. Sound Knowledge of GIS. Excellent communication skills including verbal, report writing, and presentation skills. Sound interpersonal skills as well as the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team. Willingness to work abnormal hours and under pressure as well as travel country wide. Proven liaison and networking skills especially as they relate to Corporative Governance and stakeholder engagement

DUTIES : Provide scientific and technical advice on the regulation of section 21 (a), (b) & (d) water uses of the National Water Act, 36 of 1998 within the applicable period. Coordination of stakeholder engagement relationships within the department and broader water sector. Provide technical advice on section 21 (a), (b) & (d) water use enquiries. Development, implementation, and review of regulatory tools for abstraction, storage and afforestation water uses. Develop, update, maintain and provide training on policies, legislation, protocols, and guidelines for management of water resources. Participate in the SFRA LAAC. Participate in the assessment of water resource management research needs for the directorate. Ensure implementation of the research projects and the results thereof. Train and develop candidate scientists and others to promote skills and knowledge transfer. Capacity building of Provincial Operations and CMAs to ensure standardisation of providing technical inputs into water use authorisations.

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