Tailored Opportunities: 2 MSc Fellowships to Characterize mixed livestock systems in Ethiopia

What?

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) is looking to recruit two MSc students under the project “Programme for Climate-Smart Livestock (PCSL)”. The main task of the applicant will be to categorize the livestock production systems currently used in the dry Afar region as well as in the highlands around Debre Berhan.

Who?

Anyone who holds Bachelor’s degree in animal production or nutrition

Enrolled as MSc program in Ethiopian University and near completion of coursework

When? The deadline is February 28, 2019

How?

Applicant should send cover letter, CV expressing interest in the position, what they can bring to the job, names and address (plus telephone and email) of three references, who have professional and work experience of the applicant.

The application should be sent to http://ilri.simplicant.com/

Position title and reference number: REF: SLS/MSC PCSL ETH GF/02/2019 should be clearly marked in the subject line of the cover letter.

Benefit?

Competitive stipend to cover living expense in the project location and research expenses.

For detailed information follow this link: https://ilri.simplicant.com/jobs/29436-msc-fellowships-2-positions-characterize-mixed-livestock-systems-in-ethiopia/detail

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