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The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a Senior Scientist – Livestock Systems and Environment to lead research activities on measuring the environmental footprint of livestock. 

We seek someone with an established international profile and record of resource mobilization.

Post location:
 The position is based in ILRI Nairobi, Kenya.

Position level:
 Senior Scientist, Level 5A, dependent on qualifications and experience.

Duration: 3 years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and continued funding.

ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. 

The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animals alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity, find profitable markets for their animal products and reduce the risk of livestock-related diseases.

ILRI is a not-for-profit institution with a staff of about 700 and in 2015 an annual operating budget of USD 83 million. 

A member of the CGIAR Consortium working for a food-secure future, ILRI has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, a principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and offices in other countries in East, West and Southern Africa and in South, Southeast and East Asia. 

To improve knowledge on the environmental footprint of livestock production in developing countries, ILRI has established an environmental laboratory, called the Mazingira Centre. 

The Mazingira Centre provides a qualitative improvement in Africa’s environmental research infrastructure and capacity, and aims at establishing:
  • Accurate and verifiable GHG emission factors due to livestock and crop production and land-use change.
  • Frameworks to assess socioeconomic impacts of environmental degradation.
  • Monitoring of land degradation, soil fertility, erosion and hydrology.
  • Experimental programmes to develop improved ruminant feeding that will simultaneously decrease GHG emission factors.
Responsibilities
  • Scientific leadership and coordination of research on the environmental footprint of livestock production with specific focus on:
  1. GHG emissions due to land use change including soil carbon stock changes.
  2. GHG fluxes from rangelands, including soil degradation and rehabilitation.
  3. Analysis and interpretation of GHG fluxes in agricultural and livestock systems in the developing world.
  • Contribution to studies on:
  1. Livestock diet intensification as a mitigation strategy in livestock systems.
  2. Trade-offs between adaptation and mitigation in livestock systems at different scales.
  • Contributions to ILRI’s research on future impact of climate change on livestock systems and development of strategies to mitigate GHG emissions from livestock systems and other negative environmental impacts (e.g. soil degradation, water eutrophication).
  • Lead resource mobilization efforts for the ILRI Environmental Laboratory (Mazingira Centre).
  • Lead dissemination activities in this field including:
  1. Writing high quality scientific papers and reports.
  2. Representing ILRI in high level panels/meetings like the Global Research Alliance on Livestock (GRA),  Global Agenda of Action for Sustainable Livestock (GAA) and others.
  3. Engaging in the development of policy-relevant messages and interact accordingly with key stakeholders.
Requirements
  • PhD in Bio-geochemistry or related field.
  • Minimum seven years post-doctoral experience.
  • Established track record in environmental research with a focus on GHG emissions and  environmental assessments.
  • Excellent leadership skills and demonstrated experience in managing large, complex research for development projects.
  • Experience in developing countries and agricultural research on livestock systems is desirable.
Benefits: ILRI offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes 15% Pension, Medical insurance, Life insurance and allowances for: Education, Housing, Relocation, Home leave, Annual holiday entitlement of 30 days + public holidays.

How to apply: 

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV explaining their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development. 

The position title and reference number REF: SS/LSE/ 08/2015 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter.

All applications to be submitted online
 HERE by 20 September 2015.

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a Nutrition Specialist, Feed the Future (FtF) - Accelerated Value Chains Development (AVCD) program, to contribute to promoting behavioral change for improved nutrition. 

Number of positions: 1

Post location:
 The position is based in ILRI Nairobi, Kenya.

As part of a larger USAID - funded agriculture development program, ILRI is leading a project to accelerate the impact of livestock and dairy market interventions on household incomes, with the goal to reduce poverty and hunger in eight counties in Kenya.  

The focus is on taking successful interventions to scale to achieve broad impact on agricultural incomes and nutrition.  


The interventions span four areas: Enhancing market access and promoting business development, increasing livestock and milk productivity, enhancing the enabling environment for livestock and dairy production, improving nutrition for women and children.

ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. 

The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animals’ alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity, find profitable markets for their animal products, and reduce the risk of livestock-related diseases. 

ILRI is a not-for-profit institution with a staff of about 700 and in 2015, an operating budget of about USD 83 million. 

A member of the CGIAR Consortium working for a food-secure future, ILRI has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, a principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and offices in other countries in East, West and Southern Africa and in South, Southeast and East Asia. 

Responsibilities

The nutrition specialist will coordinate interventions aimed at increasing the dietary diversity of smallholder households, particularly women and children.  

S/he will be supported by a senior nutrition specialist advising four value chains projects. 

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Work with partners, including the Nutrition Health+ Programme, to identify opportunities to have impact on nutritional behaviour.
  • Design and oversee implementation of nutrition education, communication and behavior change activities in the two value chains (dairy and livestock).
  • Lead capacity development activities on behavior change communication related to nutrition for partners and communities.
  • Select the most appropriate outcome indicators to monitor nutritional impact, and work with the M&E technician and partners organisations to ensure good data collection and reporting
  • Lead the writing of reports on nutritional outcomes.
Requirements
  • MSc in public health or nutrition.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience providing technical inputs to nutrition projects, in the context of an agricultural/ livestock development project will be an advantage.
  • Experience designing, collecting and analyzing monitoring nutrition indicators.
  • Willingness to travel frequently in rural areas of Kenya.
  • Experience working in a team.
  • Ability to work independently and with strict deadlines.
  • Good analytical and writing skills.
Terms of Appointment

This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at ILRI’s Nairobi campus. It is open to Kenyan nationals only. 

The position is on a 3-year contract, renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.

Job Level:
 This position is job level 3A. ILRI offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes; pension, medical and other insurances for ILRI’s Nationally Recruited Staff.

How to apply: 

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV explaining their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development. 

The position title and reference number REF: NS/FTF /AVCD/08/2015 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter.

All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portalHERE
 by 12 September 2015

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit Monitoring & Evaluation - Field Support Staff, Feed the Future (FtF) - Accelerated Value Chains Development (AVCD) program, to contribute to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation systems / protocol for Dairy value chains under the AVCD project.

Number of Positions:
 2
  • Dairy value chain:1
  • Livestock value Chain:1
Post location: The position is based in ILRI Nairobi, Kenya with frequent travel to rural areas in Kenya.

As part of a larger USAID - funded agriculture development program, ILRI is leading a project to accelerate the impact of livestock and dairy market interventions on household incomes, with the goal to reduce poverty and hunger in a number of  counties in Kenya.  


The focus is on taking successful interventions to scale to achieve broad impact on agricultural incomes and nutrition. 

The interventions span four areas: Enhancing market access and promoting business development, increasing livestock and milk productivity, enhancing the enabling environment for livestock and dairy production, improving nutrition for women and children.

ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. 

The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animals’ alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity, find profitable markets for their animal products, and reduce the risk of livestock-related diseases. 

ILRI is a not-for-profit institution with a staff of about 700 and in 2015, an operating budget of about USD 83 million. 

A member of the CGIAR Consortium working for a food-secure future, ILRI has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, a principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and offices in other countries in East, West and Southern Africa and in South, Southeast and East Asia. 

Responsibilities
  • Under the supervision of the M&E scientists, design and implement monitoring and evaluation systems / protocol for dairy value chains under the AVCD project, together with partners within and outside of ILRI.
  • Implement a robust beneficiary tracking database system; managing and regularly updating M&E databases.
  • Train project partners on the implementation of the monitoring system, in particular the use of data collection forms and reporting formats, and provide ongoing coaching support through regular site monitoring visits for quality control and timely problem solving
  • Contribute to the design of evaluation frameworks, survey instruments (including both quantitative and qualitative methods), sampling strategies and other protocols for collection of M&E data.
  • Together with other team members Implement, supervise and monitor field data collection - including training of enumerators and instituting quality assurance standards and checks
  • Work with the data systems manager and higher level M & E team to incorporate M&E indicators into the overall data platform.
  • Contribute to analyses of monitoring and impact assessment data using qualitative and quantitative methods.
  • Contribute to the production of publications including M&E reports, annual reports, policy briefs, peer reviewed articles and other scientific publications in collaboration with scientists and other Research staff in ILRI.
Requirements
  • MSc. in Agricultural or Development Economics.
  • At least 3 years of relevant experience in the development and implementation of M&E. frameworks including design of tools for data collection.
  • Experience applying monitoring systems in agricultural development projects necessary.
  • Good understanding of impact, monitoring and evaluation theory and applications extending to study design as well as quantitative and qualitative analytic methods.
  • Competence in quantitative analysis and specific strength in micro-econometric analyses
  • Knowledge of statistical packages for data analysis (STATA, SPSS and Nvivo).
  • Experience in producing project reports, training manuals and peer-reviewed publications;
  • Familiarity with dairy system issues and challenges an advantage.
  • Familiarity with digital data collection tools such ODK, CSPro  an advantage.
  • Ability to work effectively in multi-regional teams and with partners drawn from a diverse range of nationalities, cultures and scientific disciplines.
  • Ability to work under pressure, meeting tight deadlines without compromising the quality of deliverables.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and able to work with little or no supervision.
  • Strong English language skills, both written and spoken.
Terms of Appointment

This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at ILRI’s Nairobi campus. It is open to Kenyan nationals only. The position is on a 3-year contract, renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.

Job Level:
 This position is job level 2D. ILRI offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes; pension, medical and other insurances for ILRI’s Nationally Recruited Staff.

How to apply:
  

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV explaining their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development. 

The position title and reference number M&E/FTF /AVCD/08/2015 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter and specify the value chain; Dairy/Livestock.  

All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portalHERE
 by 12 September 2015

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a Field Coordinator, Feed the Future (FtF) - Accelerated Value Chains Development (AVCD) program, to contribute to coordination of field activities in collaboration with partners including county governments and other USAID funded projects like KAVES.

Number of Positions:  3
  • Dairy value chain  (1)
  • Livestock value chain (2)
Post location: The position is based in ILRI Nairobi, Kenya with frequent travel to rural areas in Kenya.

As part of a larger USAID - funded agriculture development program, ILRI is leading a project to accelerate the impact of livestock and dairy market interventions on household incomes, with the goal to reduce poverty and hunger in eight counties in Kenya.  


The focus is on taking successful interventions to scale to achieve broad impact on agricultural incomes and nutrition. 

The interventions span four areas: Enhancing market access and promoting business development, increasing livestock and milk productivity, enhancing the enabling environment for livestock and dairy production, improving nutrition for women and children.

ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. 

The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animals’ alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity, find profitable markets for their animal products, and reduce the risk of livestock-related diseases. 

ILRI is a not-for-profit institution with a staff of about 700 and in 2015, an operating budget of about USD 83 million. 

A member of the CGIAR Consortium working for a food-secure future, ILRI has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, a principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and offices in other countries in East, West and Southern Africa and in South, Southeast and East Asia. 

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Value Chain coordinator, the job holder will be responsible for the following:
  • Coordinate field activities aimed at increasing smallholder dairy productivity and market linkages (through increased access to inputs and services as well as uptake of productivity enhancing technologies), working closely with development partners and county governments.
  • Establish and manage stakeholder relationships that improve the ability of the team to achieve the agreed outputs and outcomes.
  • Ensure timely and appropriate implementation of project activities.
  • Support project monitoring activities.
  • Undertake preparation of regular reports on project field activities.
Requirements
  • Master’s degree in Livestock Production or Animal Health with experience in implementing development projects OR a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine/Animal Science with over 5 year experience implementing development projects.
  • Field experience in implementation of dairy development projects in Kenya – especially in the area of livestock husbandry, animal health, livestock production and farmer market linkages.
  • Demonstrated experience working in collaborative development projects involving multiple partners and including good understanding of government programs and processes under the livestock department.
  • Demonstrated experience in coordination of field activities and supervision of field staff
  • Proven experience in program management and monitoring & evaluation.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.
  • Good interpersonal, facilitation and communication skills especially to diverse audience and targets.
  • Ability to work in multi-cultural environment and foster teamwork.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision and to take initiatives.
Terms of Appointment

This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at ILRI’s Nairobi campus. 

It is open to Kenyan nationals only. 

The position is on a 3-year contract, renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.

Job Level:
 This position is job Level 2D. 

ILRI offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes; pension, medical and other insurances for ILRI’s Nationally Recruited Staff.

How to Apply:
  

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV explaining their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development. 

The position title and reference number REF: FC/FTF/AVCD /08/2015 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter and specify the value chain; Dairy/Livestock.  

All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portalHERE
 by 12 September 2015

Web Systems Specialist

Communications & Knowledge Management Unit


Vac. No.:
 A/029/15

Duty Station:
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Job level:
 2C

Monthly Base Salary:
 Birr 14,839 (Negotiable, depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate).

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a web system specialist for Communication and Knowledge Management Unit who will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

General: ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. 

The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animal alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity, find profitable markets for their animal products, and reduce the risk of livestock-related diseases. 

A member of the CGIAR Consortium working for a food-secure future, ILRI has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, a principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and offices in other countries in East, West and Southern Africa (Mali, Mozambique and Nigeria) and in South Asia (India and Sri Lanka), Southeast Asia (Laos, Thailand and Vietnam) and East Asia (China). 

Main duties & responsibilities:
  • Manages linux servers for CKM web projects;
  • Supports the design and management of ILRI’s web sites using Drupal CMS;
  • Support the technical development and management of ILRI’s web platforms and services (design, functionality, content aggregation and integration);
  • Supports the technical implementation of the DSpace repository system used by CGSpace;
  • Supports integration of ILRI ‘social media’ content with corporate web services and systems;
  • Contributes to ILRI’s communications and knowledge management team working on ‘knowledge, publishing and curation;
  • Contributes to the ILRI-wide communications and KM community of practice, sharing and communicating work updates and lessons, participate in CKM learning, reviewing and planning activities and ensure that these activities follow ILRI standards and agreed channels;
  • Any other duties as may be assigned.
Minimum Requirement:

Education
  • Bachelor degree or equivalent in ICT, Computer Science, Information Science, similar.
Experience:
  • At least 5 years’ specific work experience, ideally in research or academic settings.
Skills:
  • Essential: Hands-on knowledge of linux servers and their management;
  • Essential: Concrete development experience with Drupal web CMS;
  • Desirable: Experience with Dspace;
  • Essential: Excellent English language skills;
  • Essential: Excellent team work skills and ability to work in multi-cultural settings;
  • Collaborative skills, ability to work in multi-cultural teams, excellent oral and written communication skills (English).
Terms of appointment:  This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for one year with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. 

The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc.

The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.  

Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications: 

Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. 

Applicants are also required to state their past web work URL in the cover letter or curriculum vitae. 

The position and reference number: REF: A/029/15 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. 

All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portalHERE on or before 9 September 2015.

Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety Officer

People and Organizational Development


Ref:
 A/030/15
Duty Station: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Grade: 
 3A

Minimum Base:
 Birr 33,920 (Negotiable, depending on experience, skill and salary history of the candidate).

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit an Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety Officer who will be a member of the People and Organizational Development team in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

General:  The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) works at the crossroads of livestock and poverty, bringing high-quality livestock science, communications and capacity building to bear on poverty reduction and sustainable development. ILRI is one of 15 research centres supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR).

ILRI has campuses in Kenya (headquarters) and Ethiopia, with other offices located in other regions of Africa (Mali, Mozambique, and Nigeria) as well as in South Asia (India, Sri Lanka), Southeast Asia (Laos, Thailand, Vietnam) and East Asia (China). 

Job Purpose:
 To establish and maintain a viable EOHS and research compliance programs at ILRI Ethiopia by implementing procedures in line with regulatory requirements, internationally recognized best practices. 

To ensure ILRI Ethiopia:  Administration, research projects and hosted institutions do not create adverse impacts on the environment, health and safety of employees. 

Administration, research projects and hosted institutions maintain compliance to regulatory requirements in Ethiopia, international best practices and ILRI policy guidelines.

Key Duties & responsibilities:

Pest Control: 
  • Coordinate periodic pest treatment at ILRI Ethiopia premises.
Kitchen Hygiene:
  • Coordinate implementation of Kitchen hygiene plan to ensure compliance to food safety regulatory requirements and safety of food at ILRI Ethiopia Addis Ababa campus.
Waste Management: 
  • Oversee implementation of ILRI Ethiopia waste management plan and Ensure compliance with current legislation in the transportation, handling and disposal of waste;
Risk Assessment: 
  • Coordinate risk assessment for Administration departments, projects in Integrated Sciences, Biosciences and various work areas in ILRI Ethiopia and ensure that hazards are clearly and adequately identified, documented and controlled.
First Aid Management: 
  • Coordinate communication and implementation of ILRI first aid guideline policy to all staff at ILRI Ethiopia.
Fire Safety Management: 
  • Coordinate communication and Implementation of Fire safety guideline policy at ILRI Addis Campus.
Incident / accident Management: 
  • Coordinate communication and implementation of ILRI accident, incident guideline policy to all staff at ILRI Ethiopia
Occupational Health Service:
  • Develop with assistance of the Designated Health Practitioner (DHP) an occupational health program for ILRI Addis Ababa and manage the program to ensure screening and monitoring of health conditions to minimize the risks associated with potential workplace hazards
  • Coordinate in consultation with Compensation and Benefits units pre and post-employment medical examinations
  • Coordinate management with involvement of P&OD of sick leave and safe return to work programs
  • Develops and presents programs promoting employee health/wellness
  • Coordinate periodic medical examinations for all employees
  • Prepare quarterly reports of the occupational health status of ILRI staff.
  • Personal Protective Equipment: Coordinate provision of information, training and instruction for employees to ensure effective selection and use of PPE.
Emergency Response:  
  • Coordinate implementation of Institutional emergency response plan for ILRI Addis Ababa campus and ensure yearly drills.
Liaison:
  • Liaise with regulatory agencies and other external stakeholders to ensure that EOHS practices are up to date.
  • Proactively identify emerging EOHS related issues including regulatory requirements.
Contractor’s Safety:
  • Develop and review contractor management guidelines
  • Provide EOHS induction training to all external contractors before starting work on ILRI premises.
  • Monitor and ensure contractor’s compliance to ILRI contractor safety guidelines
Audits and Inspections:
  • Liaise with respective managers, schedule for internal audits and monitor corrective actions on deficient findings for completion and effectiveness, providing gap closure assistance.
  • Coordinate statutory external audits and monitor corrective actions on deficient findings for completion and effectiveness, providing gap closure assistance.
Safety Committees: 
  • Coordinate activities of ILRI Ethiopia safety committees to ensure compliance with the relevant regulatory requirements and ILRI Safety policy.
EOHS Training: 
  • Give training and refresher training to ensure compliance and respond to current health and safety issues.
Educational Campaign: 
  • Engages on educational campaign to educate staff pertaining to Environmental Occupational Health and safety aspect.
Research Compliance:
  • Coordinate implementation of Biological Materials Management procedure at ILRI Ethiopia.
  • Coordinate a quarterly inventory and audit of all biological materials with the Principal Investigators
  • Coordinate application of permits for Shipping of Biological Materials and research.
  • Manage and review program requirements associated with infectious/biohazardous material shipping requirements, serving as a technical resource, and developing training
  • Ensure all research projects at ILRI Ethiopia meet research compliance policy requirements.
Qualifications / Skills and Competence
 
Education:
  • Bachelor of Science degree (MScPreferred) in medical field (e.g Nursing, Clinical officer etc) biochemistry, industrial hygiene, environmental science, or related field required with training in Occupational Safety and Health.
Experience:
  • 5 years relevant work experience.
Training:
  • Biosafety and Biosecurity, EOHS auditing and certification training in EOHS
Skills and Knowledge:
  • Ability to prioritise substantial demands for protective measures and safety needs,
  • Strong customer service orientation that establishes a good working relationship with customers, with the attitude of wanting to support people to take caution in advance.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and demonstrate the ability to organise own workload and set priorities,
  • Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, service users, staff at all levels,
  • Commitment to high quality service and continuous improvement in health and safety, environmental wellbeing,
  • Flexibility in demanding situations,
  • Good communication and networking skills,
  • Ability to work within a team or independently,
  • Ability to work in a systematic and organized manner, with high level of accuracy and attention as necessary
  • Advanced computing skills including knowledge of word-processing, spreadsheets, database management and MS-PowerPoint, etc.
Terms of appointment:  

This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position, initial appointment is for three years with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon individual performance and the availability of funding. 

The ILRI remuneration package for nationally recruited staff in Ethiopia includes very competitive salary and benefits such as life and medical insurance, offshore pension plan, etc. 

The ILRI campus is set in a secure, attractive campus on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.  

Dining and sports facilities are located on site.

Applications:

Applicants should provide a cover letter and curriculum vitae; names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to be included in the curriculum vitae. 

The position and reference number: REF: A/030/15 should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the cover letter. 


All applications to be submitted online on our recruitment portalHERE on or before 11 September 2015.

To find out more about ILRI visit our website at http://www.ilri.org

To find out more about working at ILRI visit our website at http://www.ilri.org/ilricrowd/

Suitably qualified women are particularly encouraged to apply.

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