Nina Segal occasionally blogs on career matters for both job seekers and HR employees for Devex. She works as an international career consultant with a broad range of nonprofit and international organizations, including UNICEF, UNFPA, the U.N. Secretariat, IFAD, FAO, Realizing Rights and the Ford Foundation, as well as individuals in the NGO community. Nina has a particular interest in building networks and improving access to career opportunities for underrepresented groups.
M&E professionals need to be able to view the overall landscape of a project, but also be able to dig down to the gritty details. Find out what the latest hiring trends are — and tips for how to land the job — in this in-demand sector.
For aid workers, the need to remain mobile can put a strain on dual-career families and professional development. For employers, it’s a puzzle of logistics that can potentially impact other human resources goals like gender equity. So when is a mobility program a good idea?
The benefits of promoting a diverse team have become quite obvious to the development community as a whole, but just how to ensure an organization’s diversity — less so. There are, however, several best practices to help groups head in the right direction.
Where do you find a Portuguese-speaking technical expert for a remote aid project in Yemen? Recruiters from top aid organizations share the challenges and best practices in hiring people for development hot spots.