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  • Intern, Gender Justice Initiative
  • Call for Consultancy Proposals to Assess the Operational and Financial Management Readiness of the Tenure Facility
  • Intern, Latin America
  • Intern, the Tenure Facility
  • Executive Director, The International Land and Forest Tenure Facility

Rights and Resources (RRI) seeks an intern to support the Gender Justice Initiative team to deliver high quality analysis and public events. The terms of employment are for a six-month assignment beginning as early as February 2017 with the opportunity for extension. We are looking for a dedicated individual who will take initiative, demonstrate responsibility, and become an integral part of our small and passionate team.

RRG needs someone with the flexibility to work independently in a highly dynamic environment while ensuring that the work is completed within established deadlines. Excellent attention to detail, time management skills, and a collegial and cheerful demeanor are essential. This position is ideal for a self-starter who can prioritize competing demands and demonstrate responsibility.

This individual will report directly to the RRI Gender Justice Leader.

This is a part-time, paid internship based in Georgetown, Washington D.C., with compensation at a competitive hourly rate based on skills and experience. The internship will on average require the individual to work 20-30 hours per week. Given the nature of our work, there will be periods of time where the required commitment will increase.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the preparation of RRI’s Tenure Tracking Gender Flagship Report, and other reports, including:
    • Compiling and managing data;
    • Data reconciliation for country analyses (in French and in English);
    • Compilation and finalization of report Annexes and endnotes;
    • Desk Research.
  • Assist in drafting and editing project contracts according to organizational and donor protocols.
  • Assist in reviewing project contracts, proposals, and deliverables as requested.
  • Assist team in processing payments to grant recipients and consultants.
  • Provide written translation as needed.
  • Provide general administrative and events support for the Gender Justice Initiative and willingly undertake other tasks as requested, including:
    • Assist in the coordination of conferences, managing budgets;
    • Interact with and support project researchers, managing data for the projects;
    • Draft communications to the project team; update relevant areas of the website; draft, post, and maintain event pages, news blogs, and Gender Justice web pages.

Qualifications

Successful applicants will possess:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or comparable field of study highly preferred.
  • Exceptional organization and planning skills, with attention to meticulous detail.
  • Ability to prioritize competing demands and projects in both short and long term.
  • Excellent writing, research, and communications skills:
    • Ability to write clear, concise, and grammatically correct content for outreach and reporting;
    • Ability to edit and summarize text written by others, to make complex text more accessible without compromising message and content.
  • Professional fluency in French is strongly desired.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, with courteous and professional manner, and respect for other cultures.
  • Knowledge of Gender Justice and/or natural resource tenure issues preferred.
  • Strong computer skills (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access) and internet savvy.

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter and short (1-2 pages maximum) writing sample to hr@rightsandresources.org. The subject line of the email must read: “Gender Justice Intern – 2017”.

Applications will be accepted immediately and interviews conducted on a rolling basis. Apply early. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please, no phone calls or recruiters.

Rights and Resources Group is a non-profit organization that serves as coordinating mechanism for the Rights and Resources Initiative, a global coalition to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms. Rights and Resources Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Call for Consultancy Proposals

Background

The International Land and Forest Tenure Facility (“Tenure Facility”) is a new multi-stakeholder institution exclusively focused on securing land and forest rights for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (IP/LC). The Tenure Facility provides funding and dedicated technical support to strategic initiatives, proposed by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities’ organizations, which can be leveraged to scale-up secure collective tenure rights in developing countries. By scaling up Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities’ tenure security, the Tenure Facility contributes to the realization of national development priorities and environmental commitments, including climate change mitigation and sustainable development objectives.

The Tenure Facility is being incubated by the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), based in Washington, D.C, which currently holds fiduciary and programmatic responsibility for the funds committed to the Tenure Facility. The Tenure Facility will become fully independent from RRI in 2017, based in Stockholm Sweden. A Board of Directors for the Tenure Facility was established in October 2016. The Tenure Facility also benefits from guidance by an international multi-stakeholder Advisory Group that includes representatives of the regional IP/LC networks ROPPA, AIPP, COICA, and AMPB, and representatives from World Bank, IFC, Landesa, FAO, UN-REDD, and TMP Systems. The Tenure Facility’s annual budget will reach approximately US$10-12 million, which will be funded by bilateral donor agencies and private foundations.

RRI is currently seeking a consultant to assess the operational and financial management transition process from RRI to the independent Tenure Facility.

The assignment will begin with a desk analysis of the Transition Plan, and subsequently a review of the Transition Plan implementation. The reviews will focus on the internal management and control structure relating to:

  1. Internal management and organizational structures;
  2. Policies to manage risk and anti-corruption;
  3. Financial management procedures including audit, procurement, and financial control;
  4. Funds disbursement and sub-granting procedures.

Terms of Reference

The Consultant will be responsible for assessing the operational and financial management transition of the Tenure Facility from RRI to an independent organization to be established in Sweden, the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility foundation, by examining (1) the Tenure Facility Transition Plan (draft will be available in January 2017), for internal management, program management and control structure, and (2) initial implementation of the Transition Plan six months after transfer of responsibilities is initiated. The Consultant will have the opportunity to engage as needed with RRI staff including the Tenure Facility Interim Director, Chief Operating Officer, the Sr. Manager of Finance and Administration and others on the Tenure Facility team based in Washington, D.C.

The central component of the assignment will be to assess whether the planned transition from RRI to an independent organization has identified the appropriate legal compliance requirements, systems, and routines for managing the Tenure Facility’s activities to achieve its operational goals and uphold its fiduciary responsibilities. The assignment will also examine the internal management and control systems to ensure quality and accuracy of narrative and financial reporting.  The assessment is expected to find possible weaknesses and to suggest steps to remediate them.

The first Task of the assessment will provide expert assessment of the Transition Plan’s comprehensiveness and rigor to adequately address all organizational, legal and logistical processes, structures and systems to initiate independent operations.

The second Task of the assessment will assess the functioning of the new systems being used in Sweden, approximately six months after the systems transition from RRI to Tenure Facility has been initiated. Task 2 is contingent on successful completion of Task 1.

Task 1

Assess the extent to which the Transition Plan for moving operational and financial management from RRI to the Tenure Facility adequately plans for:

  • Organizational, legal, and logistical procedures adequate to support the Tenure Facility operations.
  • Appropriate legal status to enter into contracts and disburse sub-grants.
  • Appropriate systems for internal controls, including clearly defined roles and decision-making authorities of the Board and Tenure Facility management.
  • Organizational risk analysis and risk mitigation processes and policy for anti-corruption and corresponding operational procedures.
  • Appropriate accounting, banking, and payroll systems that align with Swedish regulations
  • Human Resources policies and systems that align with Swedish regulations.
  • A procurement policy that includes adequate rules and regulations to manage planned procurement in compliance with applicable regulations from donor funding sources including appropriate anti-corruption policy.
  • An appropriate IT infrastructure to manage operations, document retention, and finance.
  • The appropriate contract and grant administration functions, including for example:
    • Internal capability to assess sub-grantee organization’s capacity to implement projects: professional competence, human resources, management structure, and internal financial control and how these assessments will be documented.
    • Decision chain that adequately ensures segregation of duties to authorize payments conforms with best practice and anti-corruption requirements.
    • Contractual requirements and procedures stipulating the obligations of the recipient organizations.
    • Reporting requirements and obligations placed on recipients of Tenure Facility funding including: financial reports results achieved.

Deliverables for Task 1 are:

  1. A detailed report assessing the Transition Plan for ensuring the organizational, legal, and logistical processes, structures and systems are planned for, including identification of any gaps in the Plan and/or processes, structures and systems and making recommendations for filling those gaps.
  2. Draft work plan for completing the second Task of the assessment.

Task 2

Assess whether implementation of the Transition Plan for moving operational and financial management from RRI to the Tenure Facility has successfully established the systems required for independent financial management and operation of the Tenure Facility in Sweden. Task 2 is contingent on successful completion of Task 1. Task 2 will require:

  • Review of any deviations from the Transition Plan to actual implementation and possible risks.
  • Interviewing Tenure Facility Staff responsible for management and financial integrity to assess whether the Tenure Facility is adequately staffed in terms of competence, and professional skills to perform tasks and to fulfill obligations related to internal management and control and other key functions.
  • Assessment of efficacy and efficiency of procedures in place and recommendations for improvement, with special emphasis on procedures and controls over internal decision-making structures and sub-grant disbursement decisions and reporting.
  • Examining sub-grant contractual language to ensure that all donor requirements are satisfied.
  • Expert assessment of the capability of the Tenure Facility to operate as an independent and compliant Swedish Foundation, including verifying with relevant parties whether necessary registration and other procedures in relation to Swedish Authorities are fulfilled and approved.

Deliverables for Task 2 are:

  1. A detailed report assessing the outcome of the implementation of the Transition Plan and whether the organizational, legal and logistical processes, structures and systems are in place in Sweden prior to establishing the Tenure Facility´s full independence from RRG oversight.
  2. Report identifying any gaps in the processes, structures and systems and making recommendations for fulfilling those gaps.

Qualifications

Successful candidates / team (2 persons maximum) will have:

  • Broad-based experience in assessing organizational and financial management and operational systems, and the best practices for transferring responsibilities from one organization to a new office in another country.
  • Postgraduate degree (Master’s degree) in accounting, finance, organizational management, social science, or related field.
  • Strong analytical skills; exceptional ability to communicate clearly and succinctly.
  • Experience in working with a range of stakeholders, including the government, development partners, Indigenous Peoples, and CSOs.
  • Relevant experience in the areas of management, due diligence, audits, and risk assessment.
  • At least one person on team with relevant business or legal experience in Sweden and sufficient knowledge about relevant Swedish legislation and administrative framework (such as employment law) to assess the Tenure Facility’s systems’ alignment with such regulations. Swedish language proficiency preferred.

Location

The applicant may live anywhere in the world, but will be required to communicate with the Tenure Facility team during the Washington D.C./Stockholm work day, and travel to these locations when necessary.

Timeframe

The estimated LOE for Task 1 is 10 days, and Task 2 is 10-12 days for a total estimate of a total of up to 22 days for the total assignment. The assignment will begin in early 2017 with Task 1, and Task 2 will be completed before the end of 2017.

Submission of Proposals

Please submit proposal and evidence of qualifications by email to: Ms. Sandra Leon, Senior Manager, Finance and Administration for the Tenure Facility,  SLeon@rightsandresources.org.

The subject line of the email must read “Consultancy – Readiness TF” and include the applicant’s name.

The Latin America program of the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) is looking for a creative and passionate intern who will be closely involved in the program, learning about RRI’s work on indigenous and forest communities’ rights to land and natural resources.

The intern will work closely with and report directly to the Director of the Latin America Program, and in coordination with the Senior Associate for Latin America. He/she will actively contribute to the implementation of the program’s strategy in 2017, including communications, outreach, the contracting process, translations and administration, as well as permanent correspondence with organizations in the region.

RRI is a global coalition that supports the developing world’s Indigenous Peoples and local communities to secure their rights to own, control, and benefit from the natural resources they have depended on for generations. RRI’s Latin America program foster cooperation among Partners, Collaborators, and Affiliated Networks in the region to carry out effective advocacy strategy to influence decision makers to prevent negative impacts on forests and collective rights and operate as a unified front to voice their need for secure land rights on national and international stages.

This is a part-time (20 hours per week), paid internship based in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

Term: End of January – End of May

Responsibilities

1. Assist the Latin America program with communications and outreach.

  • Assist in the liaising with Communications & Outreach staff to ensure key Latin America information and success stories are readily available on RRI’s website and through social media.
  • In coordination with the Communications team, assist the Latin America team to craft, post, and maintain event pages and blogs.

2. Assist the Director and the Senior Associate in preparation of the annual contracting process.

  • Support in the review of budgets for the contractual process of 2017.
  • Assist in the Spanish/English translation of Concept Notes to draft contracts with Collaborators and Partners in Latin America.
  • In coordination with the Senior Associate, draft contracts for the implementation of RRI’s 2017 strategy in Latin America.
  • Assist in the preparation and documentation of the analysis of Strategic Response Mechanism (SRM) proposals.

3. Provide written translation from Spanish to English and vice versa.

  • Support with the translation of key information for country planning 2017.
  • Assist in summarizing documents and reports in Spanish and English and vice versa.
  • Assist in drafting, translating, and editing brief documents on tenure rights, REDD+, forestry, gender, sustainable enterprises, and related themes, as requested.

4. Support the Latin America program with specific research and projects as needed.

  • Assist with background research for the development of institutional reports and analyses.
  • Assist with research for specific regional country activities as assigned by the Program Director.

5. Assist with editing reports for monitoring and evaluation of the Latin America program strategy.

  • Assist in reviewing deliverables from Partners’ and Collaborators’ reports of the 2016 strategy.
  • Write short summaries of results and impacts of Partners’ and Collaborators’ reports.

Qualifications

  • Professional fluency, writing and speaking, in Spanish is required.
  • Working ability in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point.
  • Flexibility to work independently in a highly dynamic environment while ensuring that established deadlines are met on a wide variety of tasks.
  • Excellent English written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent time management capability.
  • A professional, collegial, and cheerful demeanor.
  • Ability to take initiative and demonstrate responsibility and interest as an integral part of Latin America team.
  • Ability to work with people in a multicultural environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter, and short (1-2 pages maximum) writing sample in English and Spanish to hr@rightsandresources.org. Applications will be accepted immediately and interviews conducted on a rolling basis, beginning immediately. The subject line of the email must read: “Latin America Intern.”

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

Rights and Resources Group is a non-profit organization that serves as the coordinating mechanism for the Rights and Resources Initiative, a global coalition to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms. Rights and Resources Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Rights and Resources (RRI) seeks an intern to support the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility, a new institution that provides grants to advance land and forest tenure security and the rights and livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples and local communities. The Tenure Facility is being incubated by RRI and will become fully independent by 2017.

The Tenure Facility engages with organizations based in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The Intern will be closely involved in the programs and function of the Tenure Facility, learning about RRI’s work in human rights, land and natural resource tenure, and poverty alleviation. We need someone with the flexibility to work independently in a highly dynamic environment while ensuring that established deadlines are met.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, time management capability, and a professional, collegial and cheerful demeanor are essential. This position is ideal for a dedicated individual who will follow instructions, demonstrate responsibility, and interest in being an integral part of our small and passionate team. The ideal candidate will meet the qualifications listed below and have a demonstrated interest in the issues at the heart of our work.

The individual will work closely with the Tenure Facility Interim Director and others on the TF team.

This is a part-time, paid internship based in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.  Compensation is hourly and based on skills and experience. The internship, will on average, require the individual to work 20 hours per week. Given the nature of our work, there will be periods of time where the required commitment will increase.

Start date: as soon as qualified applicant is identified

Responsibilities

  1. Assist the Tenure Facility with specific research and projects as requested
  • Assist with background research for the development of new projects
  • Assist with research for specific activities as assigned in accord with language abilities
  • Assist with formatting documents
  1. Provide written translation as requested
  • Professional fluency in Spanish and/or French required
  • Assist in drafting, translating, and editing documents on tenure rights and related themes
  1. Assist in all stages of event planning and travel preparation on behalf of the Tenure Facility
  • Support coordination and preparation for international events
  • Assist as a point of contact for event participants, engaging participants at all stages from invitation to post-event follow-up
  1. Assist the Tenure Facility with communications and outreach, when requested
  • Assist TF to liaise with Communications & Outreach staff to ensure TF information is readily available on RRI’s website and through social media
  • Assist TF to craft, post, and maintain event pages, news blogs, and regional web pages

Qualifications

  • Interest in RRI’s and the Tenure Facility’s mission
  • Final year of under-graduate studies, bachelor’s or master’s degree, preferably in international/area studies, international development, business, natural resources, law, or related social science
  • Professional fluency in Spanish and/or French required.
  • Demonstrated ability to do computer-based research, and assess research and analytical papers
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Some experience with travel and/or meeting organizing logistics
  • Some experience in communications, outreach, and/or social media
  • Ability to perform duties with pride in attention to detail
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Courteous and professional manner, with respect for other cultures
  • A proactive, can-do attitude
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office suite)
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple, time-sensitive assignments
  • Some experience outside the USA a plus

To Apply

Please send a resume, along with a cover letter, including the date when candidate is available to begin work, two short writing samples (one in English and one in Spanish and/or French), and a sample research paper to hr@rightsandresources.org. The subject line of the email must read: The Tenure Facility Internship –  2017

Applications will be accepted immediately and interviews conducted on a rolling basis. Apply early. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please, no phone calls or recruiters.

Rights and Resources Group is a non-profit organization that serves as coordinating mechanism for the Rights and Resources Initiative, a global coalition to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms. Rights and Resources Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Location: Stockholm, Sweden – Visa sponsorship possible

The International Land and Forest Tenure Facility (“The Tenure Facility”) is a unique new institution that provides financial support to major projects designed to advance land and forest tenure security and the rights and livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IP/LC). It is responsive to the growing global land and forest tenure crisis that often pits communities, businesses, and governments against one another. The Tenure Facility is the first and only institution exclusively focused on securing collective rights to land and forests. The Tenure Facility is a unique learning platform where governments, private actors, and IP/LC learn together.

The Tenure Facility is designed to respond quickly and flexibly to the needs of Indigenous Peoples and local communities´ organizations working with governments to secure collective land and forest rights, and is informed by and engages with the private sector as well as existing international instruments and institutions including REDD+, FIP, DGM, FCPF, multilateral banks, and bilateral programs. It is currently supported by the Swedish International Development Agency, the Ford Foundation and the Acacia Conservation Fund, and is actively seeking additional donors.

The Tenure Facility is being incubated by the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), based in Washington D.C. The Tenure Facility will become fully independent in early 2017. An Interim Board of Directors for the Tenure Facility was established in January 2016. The Tenure Facility also benefits from guidance by an international multi-stakeholder Advisory Group that includes representatives of the regional IP/LC networks ROPPA, AIPP, COICA and AMPB, and representatives from World Bank, IFC, Landesa, FAO, UN-REDD, and TMP Systems.

Overview of the Position

The Executive Director (ED) of the Tenure Facility (TF) reports to the Board of Directors of the Tenure Facility, the ED will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Tenure Facility staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.

This is a new position with some start-up responsibilities and activities. The TF secretariat will be established in Stockholm, Sweden by December 2016.  The ED, based in Stockholm, will direct a small secretariat staff, as well as a team of expert consultants providing technical assistance in Africa, Asia, South Pacific and Latin America.

Essential Job Functions

  • The ED be thoroughly committed to the Tenure Facility’s mission and have demonstrated executive experience leading organizations working with the issues and institutions that focus on collective land and forest rights for IP/LCs and climate change at national and international levels.
  • Achievement of mission and strategic objectives, in accordance with board direction;
  • Establish TF as highly credible and respected institution among international institutions
  • Liase with leaders and other institutions within the international development arena to advance the mission of TF.
  • Preparation and implementation of annual and multiannual work programs;
  • Day-to-day direction and management of TF staff, including recruitment;
  • Preparation and organization of Tenure Facility Governing Board meetings, and implementation of governing board decisions;
  • Fundraising;
  • Preparation and execution of TF budget, ensuring that it is managed efficiently and according to the principles of sound financial management;
  • Facilitating cooperation between TF and other stakeholders;
  • Communication with constituencies and the public in relation to all matters within TF mission.

Responsibilities

Leadership & Management:

  • Ensure ongoing programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals
  • Actively engage and energize The Tenure Facility Board members, partnering organizations, relevant government agencies, and funders
  • Develop, maintain, and support a strong board of directors: serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for both ongoing local operations as well as for the national rollout
  • Lead, coach, develop, and retain The Tenure Facility’s high-performance team.
  • Ensure effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluate program components, so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents

Fundraising, Communications and Outreach:

  • Expand revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and growth
  • Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations to create and maintain a stronger brand
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities
  • Begin to build partnerships in new areas, establishing relationships with peers and other leaders
  • Be an external local, national and international presence that publishes and communicates program results with an emphasis on the successes of programs as a model for international replication.

Eligibility requirements

Nationality:

  • All nationalities eligible, all candidates will eventually require a Swedish work permit – Visa sponsorship possible

Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree, Master’s degree required, preferably in International Studies, Environment, Social Sciences, Law or another related field
  • Experience in supporting implementation of collective land and forest, and experience working with Indigenous Peoples and/or Local Communities´ Organizations is required
  • Professional fluency in English and either French and/or Spanish required
  • 15 years’ postgraduate professional experience.
  • 5 years’ executive management experience.
  • A track record of effectively leading and regionally and/or nationally scaling a performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff
  • Demonstrated experience having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth
  • Organizational management experience with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget
  • Past success working with a board of directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships
  • Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
  • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation
  • Prior experience liaising with international institutions, including multilateral development banks, bilateral and multilateral donors, and private actors.
  • Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
  • A demonstrated ability to quickly adapt to unexpected circumstances and new opportunities with positive attitude.

Preferred Attributes, Abilities and Skills or Experiences:

  • Experience with legal frameworks affecting/defining national or international organizations’ operations;
  • Experience mainstreaming gender issues and conflict resolution
  • Experience /understanding of public administration at national or subnational level
  • Organizational start-up and operationalizing experience demonstrating the ability to assume an existing portfolio of programs, a defined mission, policies, obligations and funding.
  • Knowledge and experience in collective land and forest tenure policy implementation
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning
  • Experience working with private sector on IP/LC tenure issues is a plus
  • Experience working with Indigenous Peoples is a plus

Application Process

Your cover letter should at least address the following topics:

1) Why you are interested in the position and The International Land and Forest Tenure Facility.

2) How you believe your skills and experiences will meet the needs of the position.

3) How you learned of this position.

In your résumé/curriculum vitae (CV) candidates should at least detail the most recent 5 years in which they acquired management experience: (quantify; staff & consultants supervised, Budget and program size, achievements, etc.)

The Tenure Facility has hired Global Recruitment Specialists to assist with this recruitment effort. Please do not call or email RRI. Send your cover letter explaining how you believe your skills and experiences meet the needs of the position and the organization and an updated copy of your résumé/CV to:

Patrick Shields, Executive Director and Search Manager

Global Recruitment Specialists “Positioning You for Success”

501 Westport Avenue,

Suite 285, 

Norwalk, CT 06851

+1 203-899-0499

Shields@globalrecruitment.net 

http://www.globalrecruitment.net