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NOVEMBER 21, 2018
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Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO) Invitation to Laboratory Personnel to apply for Training as Part-time ENAO Accreditation Assessors

The Ethiopian national Accreditation Office (ENAO) is now inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be trained as part-time ENAO assessors for Medical laboratories.

Candidates should have, at least, the following qualifications and experience:

a.      A University degree in Medical laboratory science

b.      Be able to speak and write English at an advanced level

c.      Preferably have quality system knowledge and experience; and

d.      Have at least four (4) years’ experience in medical laboratory testing, two (2) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific technical field.

Candidates who have a diploma, and who have the above attributes, with ten (10) years’ experience, four (4) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific field will be considered.

Applicants who are selected will undergo rigorous training in:-

  • ISO 15189Medical laboratories Requirements for quality and competence
  • Assessor techniques in a scenario and role-playing environment, and
  • On-site assessments with qualified assessors as mentors.

Evaluation and Screening of candidates will occur throughout the training schedule and those candidates who reach final registration as Lead or Technical Assessors will be contracted-in by ENAO for assessments as required.

This is an exciting and rewarding career that can progress while remaining employed by your current employer. Your employer will also benefit from having the necessary skills for quality management system development entrenched within its human resource base.  The training will involve two separate weeks of course training and approximately five nonconsecutive days of On-site observation, mentoring, and evaluation. Consequently, the support of your management is required for an application.

If you meet to above requirements and are interested to become ENAO part-time assessor then please send your complete CV comprising the type of  laboratory equipment you well managed and the scope of your laboratory activity together with a supporting letter within 10 consecutive working days to:

Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO)

HR Directorate

Office number -304

Bole sub-city – Woreda 6, Opposite to Nyala  Motors, Next to AMCE
Addis Ababa – Ethiopia
Phone Number – +251 11 830 2469
P.O.Box- 3898 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Website- WWW.enao-eth.org
Email- info@enao-eth.org

Female applicants are encouraged

NB: Below are expired announcements!

Invitation

Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO) Invitation to Laboratory Personnel to apply for Training as Part-time ENAO Accreditation Assessors

The newly formed Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO) is now inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be trained as part-time ENAO assessors for general testing and calibration laboratories.

Candidates should have, at least, the following qualifications and experience:

a. a University degree in Science or Engineering

b. be able to speak and write English at an advanced level

c. preferably have quality system knowledge and experience; and

d. have at least four (4) years experience in laboratory testing or calibration, two (2) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific technical field

Candidates who have a diploma, and who have the above attributes, with ten (10) years experience, four (4) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific field will be considered.

Applicants who are selected will undergo rigorous training in:-

– ISO/IEC 17025 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories;

– Assessor techniques in a scenario and role-playing environment, and

– On site assessments with qualified assessors as mentors. Evaluation and Screening of candidates will occur throughout the training schedule and those candidates who reach final registration as Lead or Technical Assessors will be contracted-in by ENAO for assessments as required

This is an exciting and rewarding career that can progress while remaining employed by your current employer. Your employer will also benefit from having the necessary skills for quality management system development entrenched within its human resource base.  The training will involve two separate weeks of course training and approximately five nonconsecutive days of on-site observation, mentoring, and evaluation. Consequently, the support of your management is required for the application.

If you meet to above requirements and are interested in becoming an ENAO part-time assessor then please send your complete CV to comprise the type of  laboratory equipment you well manage and the scope of your laboratory activity together with a supporting letter from your management to:

Invitation

Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO) Invitation to Inspection Personnel to apply for Training as Part-time ENAO Accreditation Assessors

The Ethiopian national Accreditation Office (ENAO) is now inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be trained as part-time ENAO assessors for Inspection bodies.

Candidates should have, at least, the following qualifications and experience:

a.    a University degree in Science or Engineering

b.    be able to speak and write English at an advanced level

c.    preferably have quality system knowledge and experience; and

d.    have at least four (4) years experience in  Inspection, two (2) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific technical field

Candidates who have a diploma, and who have the above attributes, with ten (10) years experience, four (4) years of which is a bench-work experience in a specific field will be considered.

Applicants who are selected will undergo rigorous training in:-

  • ISO/IEC 17020 General requirements for the competence of inspection bodies
  • Assessor techniques in a scenario and role-playing environment, and
  • On-site assessments with qualified assessors as mentors. Evaluation and Screening of candidates will occur throughout the training schedule and those candidates who reach final registration as Lead or Technical Assessors will be contracted-in by ENAO for assessments as required

This is an exciting and rewarding career that can progress while remaining employed by your current employer. Your employer will also benefit from having the necessary skills for quality management system development entrenched within its human resource base.  The training will involve two separate weeks of course training and approximately five nonconsecutive days of on-site observation, mentoring, and evaluation. Consequently, the support of your management is required for the application.

If you meet to above requirements and are interested in becoming an ENAO part-time assessor then please send your complete CV to comprise the type of  Inspection bodies you are working for and the scope of your Inspection activity together with a supporting letter from your management to:

Ethiopian National Accreditation Office (ENAO)

Bole, around Edna mall, in front of Beer Garden INN
Gulf Aziz Building 1st Floor

Tel. 0116616893/011 6 616091

Fax No. 011 6 184154

P.O. Box 3898, Addis Ababa

E-mail info@enao-eth.org

Female applicants are encouraged

Note:   Applications day will be within 12 consecutive days from the date of this announcement

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