- The Armauer Hansen Research Institute (AHRI) was founded in 1970 through the initiative of the Norwegian and Swedish Save the Children organizations seconded by the Ministry of Health of Ethiopia. The Institute got its name from the Norwegian physician, Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who first described the leprosy bacillus (Mycobacterium leprae). AHRI is a biomedical research institute that works in developing tools for prevention, control and treatment of mycobacterium and other diseases of public healthy importance through applied and basic biomedical research and training.
AHRI has six research directorates; biotechnology, bacterial/viral diseases, Tuberculosis/Leprosy, non-communicable diseases, Malaria-Neglected tropical diseases, and clinical trial. AHRI, over it 50 years in service, is well known for its hub function for skill and technology transfer and partnership embracing research agendas with direct impact in the development and transformation of population in Ethiopia and beyond.
With a grant obtained from the NIHR we are looking for a Junior Researcher.
A candidate expected to have experience in laboratory diagnosis of leishmaniasis and basic routine clinical laboratory techniques.
- · BSc degree in Biomedical Science or Medical Laboratory Technologyfrom an accredited institution with minimum cGPA of 3.00 for Male & 2.75 for Females;
· Note: applicants should mention cGPA in the CV to be considered for screening.
How To Apply:
- Interested applicants who fulfilled the above requirements should send the following through ethiojobs.net on or before April 4, 2022.
- A CV/resume (not more than 3 pages)
- A cover letter (not more than one page)
- A one page table summarizing your educational background, technical skills and competencies to facilitate the screening process
References: Please provide three references including their e-mail address.
Employment Type: One year contract period with full time employment basis with possible extension based on performance and budget availability.
Positions available: 01 (one)