Vacancy announcement for 362 positions
History and strength of the Ethiopian Defence force
The size of the ENDF has fluctuated significantly since the end of the Ethiopia-Eritrea war in 2000. In 2002 the Ethiopian Defense Forces had a strength of approximately 250,000-350,000 troops This was roughly the same number maintained during the Derg regime that fell to the rebel forces in 1991. However, that number was later reduced, and in January 2007, during the War in Somalia, Ethiopian forces were said to comprise about 300,000 troops. In 2012, the IISS estimated that the ground forces had 135,000 personnel and the air force 3,000.
As of 2012, the ENDF consists of two separate branches: the Ground Forces and the Ethiopian Air Force. Ethiopia has several defense industrial organizations that produce and overhaul different weapons systems. Most of these were built under the Derg regime which planned a large military industrial complex. The ENDF relies on voluntary military service of people above 18 years of age. Although there is no compulsory military service, armed forces may conduct call-ups when necessary and compliance is compulsory.
Modern day Ethiopia, being a landlocked country, has no active navy. Ethiopia reacquired a coastline on the Red Sea in 1950 and created the Ethiopian Navy in 1955. Eritrean independence in 1991 left Ethiopia landlocked again, but the Ethiopian Navy continued to operate from foreign ports until it finally was disbanded in 1996.
Organization FDRE defence force health department
Work place East gojam, Amhara, Ethiopia
Vacancy type contract
- 1 Internist
- 1 Surgion
- 1 OBS GYN
- 1 Radiologist
- 12 GP
- 10 Health officer
- 60 Bsc Nurse
- 70 Cleaner
- 70 Hospital Traditional servant
- 20 Laundary
- 35 Patient Supporter
- 35 Daily labourer
- 15 Chiefs
- 15 Injera baker
- 20 Boucherer
- 6 Post mortum care
Date of announcement 25/01/2015 EC
Date of deadline not specified
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