The implementer org chart: Where should recruitment fall?

Who should recruiters report to? Learn how different international development organizations are structuring their recruiting departments. Photo by: Devex

As internationally minded institutions adapt to new business opportunities and new competition, they’re also reshaping themselves to court success. A prime focus should go toward recruiting.

Companies and nonprofits which are implementing development projects around the globe would do well to create nimble recruitment teams that are capable of sourcing top talent while navigating the demanding schedules that come with fundraising and proposal writing as well as a fluctuating staff at headquarters and abroad.

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This article was last updated on 14 November 2017

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    Kelli Rogers

    Kelli Rogers is a global development reporter for Devex. Based in Bangkok, she covers disaster and crisis response, innovation, women’s rights, and development trends throughout Asia. Prior to her current post, she covered leadership, careers, and the USAID implementer community from Washington, D.C. Previously, she reported on social and environmental issues from Nairobi, Kenya. Kelli holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri, and has since reported from more than 20 countries.