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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

May 2017. Spend the summer in Ethiopia - expenses are covered and you can make a difference!

There are several short-term teaching/training positions available in Ethiopia this summer!

Immediate opening for MIS trainer and all positions will be open until filled!

1- Experts in business and engineering for several 3-week block courses in Addis Ababa. Airfare and hotel are covered plus a small stipend. Courses are graduate level and class times are Monday-Friday 5pm-7pm and half-day on Saturday. PhD is not required but work experience is a must.

Courses to be taught:
In Business field
a- Accounting
b- Operations Research
c- MIS (immediate opening)

In Engineering field
a- Electrical Systems Design
b- Power Transmission and Distribution

2- Looking for International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS Standards) expert to deliver short-training course. Trainees will be financial professionals in Addis Ababa tasked with implementing the IFRS Standards. Duties include developing training, training materials, and delivering course in Ethiopia. Airfare and hotel are covered plus a small stipend

If you're interested please email me for at more information.


Azeb Tadesse
Deputy Director
UCLA African Studies Center
10244 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1310

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