Law Researcher – DPSA Vacancies in Durban

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Law Researcher - DPSA Vacancies in Durban

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

The required qualifications to Apply Online for DPSA Law Researcher Clerk Jobs in Durban are also discussed further. Along With Law Researcher Clerk DPSA Government vacancies, visitors can explore other DPSA circulars 2024 at Dpsavacanciesjobs. We also provide upcoming DPSA Vacancies 2024 Updates on this portal with thousands of other Latest Government Jobs in South Africa.

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Law Researcher DPSA Vacancies in Durban Closing Date 2024 

Hiring Department:- DPSA vacancies 2024
Job Type:- Law Researcher vacancies
Department Name:- DPSA Department of Office of the Chief Justice Vacancies
Locality:- Jobs in Durban
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 18 of 2024 PDF
Salary Est:- R 125000- 435700/- Annually
Closing Date:- May 17, 2024





Requirements for DPSA Law Researcher :-

Matric Certificate and an LLB degree or four year recognized legal qualification; A minimum of two (2) years relevant legal experience; A minimum of three (3) years legal research experience; Sound knowledge of domestic and international legal databases; A valid driver’s license will be an added advantage. An LLM will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Excellent research and analytical skills; Report writing and editing skills; Excellent communication skills (written and verbal); Understanding of the Constitution and relevant legislation; Computer literacy (MS Word, Outlook and Internet); Ability to access and utilize computer research programmes (Westlaw, LexisNexis, Jutastat); Planning and organizing; Ability to integrate knowledge from diverse sources; Accuracy and attention to detail; Interpersonal skills; Problems solving skills; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work independently. All shortlisted candidates shall undertake a preentry practical exercise as part of the assessment method to determine the candidate’s suitability based on the post’s technical and generic requirements.

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