Interview Dates & Venue Details:
Will Be Notified on Contact
Engineering stream-All specializations preferably PhDs (Kindly check the Engineering & Technology stream)
The interviews schedules will be notified shortly.
Vacancies in Engineering & Technology:
- 10+ years’ total teaching experience after PhD in higher learning and research institutions or
- 6+ years’ research and development (R&D) experience in higher research institute or industry and in charge of the research laboratory or the institute for 3+ years.
- At least 7 publications in high impact factor journals in his/her specialization area.
QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE:
Engineering & Technology Stream
M.Tech / M.E / Ph.D
M.Tech (minimum four years of teaching experience after completion of Master’s program).
Ph.D (without teaching experience are eligible).
Checklist for Interview:
The candidates who are shortlisted to appear face to face interview must bring the following documents along with duly filled in application form provided in the website.
• Updated Curriculum Vitae (Two copies)
• Recent passport size photos (4 numbers)
• Original Educational Certificates (with Two copies)
• Original Experience certificates (with Two copies)
• Copies of books/papers published.
• Original Passport (with Two copies)
• Original photo Identity (any ID Proof)(with Two copies)
Interested candidates are requested to mail us your detailed Curriculum vitae.
The selected candidates must get authentication of their highest degree certificates from the state government and from Ministry of External Affairs.
Salary & Perks:
|ACADEMCIC RANK||ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY||MEDICINE & |
PARA MEDICAL SCIENCES
|ARTS/NATURAL& SOCIAL SCIENCES|
|PROFESSOR||1,07,200/- to 2,34,500/-||1,07,200/- to 2,34,500/-||93,800/- to 2,01,000/-|
|ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR||1,07,200/- to 2,01,000/-||1,00,500/- to 2,01,000/-||87,100/- to 1,34,000/-|
|ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||1,03,850/- to 1,67,500/-||1,00,500/- to 1,67,500/-||80,400/- to 1,00,500/-|
|LECTURER||1,00,500/- to 1,47,400/-||1,00,500/- to 1,34,000/-||67,000/- to 1,00,500/-|
Salary is tax-free and will be remitted to equivalent of local currency, which can be repatriated fully every month in terms of Indian Rupees.*The above calculation has been done roughly assuming one USD equivalent to 67 INR.
Perks: Additionally, Air tickets for spouse and children, free medical in Government Hospitals, Paid annual leave, etc.
We also wish to inform you the cost of living in Ethiopia is very nominal i.e., one person can manage the monthly expenses with fair amount. Therefore the saving potential is very high.
Note: Please refer the below matter for further details regarding this recruitment. Please note that your salary & designation if selected will be intimated to you by the delegates during face to face interview or online interview. In case you accept the offer, you have to submit your original passport for visa and work permit processing. Therefore if you do not have a passport we advise you to apply for the same immediately under Tatkal as without a valid passport, the delegates may not meet you.
Date of Travel:
Normally, the Ministry will give you one months’ time to travel to Ethiopia from the date you receive your provisional letter of appointment.
Travel/visa/work/resident permit: You will travel to Ethiopia in a group along with other candidates selected for the same University. Spring Placements will coordinate with the Ministry for your work visa, resident permit, travel arrangements and make sure you travel to Ethiopia without any problems.
You will be received by the University delegates at the airport in Ethiopia and they will make the necessary arrangements to take you to the University. We are also trying to arrange for someone from our end to receive you at Addis Ababa (the capital) airport and guide you.
Location of the Universities:
The appointment is for one of the reputed Universities in Ethiopia and is located in a town which is connected by flight/road from the capital.
Most universities are well located in cities where all facilities are available.
Contract duration and vacation:
The contract is for two academic years and is renewable. You get paid annual vacation during which you can visit India at your expense. Free tickets are provided for you and your family, once in two years.
Cost of Living:
For a single person, without accommodation cost, one can manage with 150 to 250 US$ for the entire month .Also since the salary is tax free and there is no limit on the repatriation amount, the saving potential is very high.
Student Community in Ethiopia:
The student community in Ethiopia are by and large very committed and disciplined. Therefore you will enjoy teaching them.
Teaching Standard in Ethiopia:
Dr. Adhana Haile, the Honourable Minister for Higher Education has set a goal of improving the existing standards in the Ethiopian Universities. In fact the existing teaching standards in most Ethiopian Universities are well advanced.
In case you wish to resign for any reason you need to give the required notice and come back to India.
Once you work abroad this experience will help you get jobs abroad easily as international experience is considered to be a big plus point .In the near future we expect a very large and growing demand for teaching faculty all round the world.
Learn More About Our Job Locations:
Working With us in Ethiopia
Office: # 48 A, Masilamanipuram,
Dindigul 624 005, Tamilnadu, India.
E-Mail: email@example.comAbout Ethiopia:
Ethiopia, officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Eritrea to the north and northeast, Djibouti and Somalia to the east, Sudan and South Sudan to the west, and Kenya to the south. With over 100 million inhabitants, Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world, as well as the second-most populous nation on the African continent after Nigeria. It occupies a total area of 1,100,000 square kilometres (420,000 sq mi), and its capital and largest city is Addis Ababa.
Ethiopia is a multilingual nation with around 80 ethnolinguistic groups, the three largest of which are the Tigray, Oromo and Amhara. Most people in the country speak Afroasiatic languages of the Cushitic or Semitic branches. Additionally, Omotic languages are spoken by Omotic ethnic minority groups inhabiting the southern regions, and languages from the Nilo-Saharan phylum are also spoken by the nation’s Nilotic ethnic minorities.
Ethiopia is the origin of the coffee bean.
According to the IMF, Ethiopia was one of the fastest growing economies in the world, registering over 10% economic growth from 2004 through 2009. It was the fastest-growing non-oil-dependent African economy in the years 2007 and 2008. Growth has decelerated moderately in 2012 to 7% and is projected to be 6.5% in the future – reflecting weaker external demand and an increasingly constrained environment for private sector activity.
Ethiopians have a different naming system to the family name-based Western system. Children add the given names of their father and paternal grandfather consecutively to their own given name. For compatibility purposes, as is done in passports, the grandfather’s given name is taken as a family surname, and a person’s given name and his/her father’s given name form the first name.
Everyone is addressed by his/her given name. In official situations, the prefixes Ato, also Ayte, is used for men; Weizero for married women; and Weizerit for unmarried women.
Model commemorating the Axum Obelisk’s return to Ethiopia, which shows the date of its departure and return according to the Ethiopian calendar.
Ethiopia has several local calendars. The most widely known is the Ethiopian calendar, also known as the Ge’ez calendar. It is based on the older Alexandrian or Coptic calendar, which in turn derives from the Egyptian calendar.
Time in Ethiopia is counted differently from in many Western countries. The Ethiopian day is reckoned as beginning at 6 AM as opposed to 12 AM, concurrently with sunrise throughout the year. To convert between the Ethiopian clock and Western clocks, one must add (or subtract) 6 hours to the Western time. For example, 2 AM local Addis Ababa time is called “8 at night” in Ethiopia, while 8 PM is called “2 in the evening”.
The best-known Ethiopian cuisine consists of various thick meat stews, known as wat in Ethiopian culture, and vegetable side dishes served atop injera, a large sourdough flatbread made of teff flour. This is not eaten with utensils, but instead one uses the injera to scoop up the entrées and side dishes.
Safety in Ethiopia:
Ethiopia is one of the safest countries in African region. There are many Indian teaching faculties working in Ethiopia for many years and some of them are with their families. We also have cases of women teaching faculty who are working in different Universities of Ethiopia. You will definitely find some Indians already working in the same University for which you are selected; therefore you will have company right from the day of your joining. In fact, Ethiopians respect Indians as most of the Ethiopian Lecturers/Professors were taught by Indian teachers at their school/colleges, when they were students.
In Ethiopia Wheat, rice, vegetables and fruits, Meat, etc., are available in all places at a reasonable rate. So food will not be a problem. You can also find Indian restaurants in most cities.
There is an Indian Embassy in the capital, Addis Ababa, and they can be approached in case of any need. Another advantage is that India and Ethiopia have good diplomatic relations. Under Embassy of India, there is a forum which unites all the teaching community working at Ethiopian universities and schools named India Education Forum (IEF).
Most of the Universities have a hill station climate as they are located in the Highlands. The average temperature in the Highlands of Ethiopia is around 20 degrees centigrade.
Flights from India:
We have flights from Mumbai/Delhi to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The approximate cost of flight ticket from Mumbai – Addis Ababa- Mumbai is starts from 30,000 INR. The flying time one way is about 4 to 5 hours.