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Water and Land Resource Center of Addis Ababa University


Why Work For Us?

Working in Water and Land Resource Center (WLRC) would give you the opportunity to refine your skills, learn from experienced researchers and professionals, and contribute to delivering exceptional experiences to the policy makers and the community. There is also the possibility of being part of a global team that consistently strives for excellence. 

Employee Benefits

  • Culture of learning
  • Competitive salary 
  • Bank loan facility 
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Transport allowance
  • Professional development 
  • Business travel
WLRC also pays for:
  • Medical coverage
  • Life insurance coverage
  • Personal accident coverage
  • Retirement benefits (pension and PF)
  • Research assistant programs
  • And More
Jobs at Water and Land Resource Center of Addis Ababa University

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The Company

About WLRC
Water and Land Resource Centre (WLRC, AAU) is an autonomous think tank which was reconstituted in 2011 from projects that succeeded the Soil and Water Conservation Program (SCRP) (1981) which was started in 1981 and implemented in the highland parts of Ethiopia. WLRC was officially affiliated with AAU which co- manages it together with Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) of the University of Bern, Switzerland. The Centre is governed by a Board of Trustees, which has a direct oversight power over the Executive organ. WLRC is managing 7 learning watersheds and 23 scientific monitoring stations.

To generate, develop, manage and disseminate scientific knowledge and innovations that inform policies and programs on sustainable water and land resource management and thereby contribute to improving the productivity of water and land resources to realize sustainable development in Ethiopia and the Broader Horn of Africa. 


Being the leading national and regional knowledge-for-development hub on sustainable water and land resource management in Ethiopia and the broader Horn of Africa by 2030.


  • Equality, equity and inclusive 
  • Honoring partnership 
  • Good ethical standards 
  • Open access and sustainability 
  • Scientific rigor

Location: Ethiopia

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