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US-DC
Program Dates: June 4 - August 2 Application Deadline: February 15 *Please note that we are typically inundated with applications. We greatly appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate and ask that you hold your questions until contacted for an interview.   Visit the Washington DC Internship Program Page for further information.   Accounting/Finance interns assist their department with monitoring and support of finances in both Headquarters and international field offices. College students, recent graduates and graduate students with classes in accounting, finance or business are preferred for these positions. Although tasks vary depending on the nature of the work in progress during the internship, interns can expect their tasks to include: - Processing expense reports, including payment requests, credit card reports and cash advance reconciliations; - Preparing and recording financial data from expense reports in IJM's accounting system; - Assisting in the review of monthly financial reports for completeness, accuracy and compliance with policy; - Researching various regulatory and procedural matters for the finance department; and - Participating in departmental and general IJM administrative support.
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Internships | DC
US-DC
IJM is looking for an Advocacy & Mobilization Coordinator who will provide administrative support to the full Advocacy and Mobilization team. This individual will provide effective problem-solving and project coordination within a fast-paced, professional environment. The Advocacy & Mobilization Coordiantor will equip the Advocacy & Mobilization team to effectively recruit, equip, and develop top-notch volunteer leaders as IJM seeks to mobilize a movement to end modern day slavery in our lifetime.   This role is based in Washington DC and reports to the Senior Director of Advocacy & Mobilization.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-DC
Program Dates: June 4 - August 2  Application Deadline: February 15 *Please note that we are typically inundated with applications. We greatly appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate and ask that you hold your questions until contacted for an interview.    Visit the Washington DC Internship Program Page for further information.   Aftercare Interns assist Aftercare staff with tasks related to IJM’s Aftercare work around the world. Candidates who have completed or are pursuing a graduate degree in Social Work are preferred. This internship is best for those interested in gaining an experience in macro-level social work; it does not provide clinical experience. Although tasks vary depending on the nature of the work in progress during the internship, Aftercare Interns can expect their tasks to include: - Researching and preparing memorandums on best practices, policies and procedures regarding casework-specific aftercare issues; - Developing continuing education modules for IJM Field Office Aftercare staff; - Providing support for the Survivor Scholarship Program; and - Participating in departmental and general IJM administrative support.
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Internships | DC
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying.  Visit the Field Office Fellowship Program Page for further information.   Aftercare Fellows assist our Aftercare teams with Aftercare programming for a variety of casework types. Aftercare fellowships will involve some of the following responsibilities. Other relevant duties will be assigned by the Field Office Director and/or Director of Aftercare.  - Conduct research and impact assessments on how IJM Aftercare interventions affect IJM clients; - Develop and maintain partnerships with aftercare providers, under the direction and guidance of the Director of Aftercare; - In collaboration with IJM Global Aftercare and the Director of Aftercare, draft best practices for rehabilitation and reintegration of IJM clients; - Coordinate and evaluate the effectiveness of IJM Aftercare projects; - Travel with IJM staff to meet with IJM clients and work with area leaders; - In collaboration with IJM Global Aftercare and the Director of Aftercare, assist in the continued development of a comprehensive aftercare strategy for IJM; - Participate in the program design of IJM Aftercare programs; - Complete professional writing assignments including grant proposals, program proposals, and program update reports; - Provide support, mentoring, logistical and/or administrative assistance to IJM Aftercare staff, under the direction of the Director of Aftercare.   Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Fellowships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Internship Program Page for further information.   Aftercare Intern tasks may include, but are not limited to: - Serve as Aftercare's case work information manager and input case details into Casework Tracking Management System; - Maintain up-to-date statistics and information for the department; - Respond to general Aftercare requests for information with internal and external parties; - Draft Monthly Reports and Dashboards; - Liaise with the Human Resources department for all hiring and recruitment activities; - Assist in the development of systems and processes for the respective Aftercare teams as needed; and - Other departmental support as needed.    Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Internships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Fellowship Program Page for further information.   Church Mobilization Fellows assist the church mobilization team. This position involves the following tasks and responsibilities as well as other relevant duties assigned by the Supervisor or Field Office Director. - Secure opportunities for IJM to conduct training for churches, community leaders and the general population; - Develop and deliver sound theological messages on the biblical call of justice to churches; - Network/develop key relationships with denominational leaders, civic leaders and pastors; - Work with existing partnerships in your field office; - Track monthly targets and maintain reporting dashboard; - Maintain promotional materials inventory and ledger; and - Other departmental support as needed.   Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Fellowships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Internship Program Page for further information. Church Mobilization Intern tasks may include, but are not limited to: - Secure opportunities for IJM to conduct training for churches, community leaders and the general population; - Develop and deliver sound theological messages on the biblical call of justice to churches; - Network/develop key relationships with denominational leaders, civic leaders and pastors; - Work with existing partnerships in your field office; - Track monthly targets and maintain reporting dashboard; - Maintain promotional materials, inventory and ledger; - Provide administrative support to Director of Church Mobilization; and - Other departmental support as needed.   Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Internships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Fellowship Program Page for further information.   Clinical Aftercare Fellow tasks may include, but are not limited to: - Provide ongoing individual and/or group therapy/consultation in collaboration with IJM national staff; - Develop and maintain partnerships with aftercare providers, under the direction and guidance of the Director of Aftercare; - In collaboration with IJM Global Aftercare and the Director of Aftercare, draft best practices for rehabilitation and reintegration of IJM clients; - Coordinate and evaluate the effectiveness of IJM Aftercare programs; - Complete professional writing assignments including grant proposals, program proposals, and program update reports; and - Provide support, mentoring, logistical and/or administrative assistance to IJM Aftercare staff, under the direction of the Director of Aftercare. Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Fellowships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Fellowship Program Page for further information.   Communication fellowships will involve most of the following responsibilities. Other relevant duties will be assigned by the Field Office Director or supervisor. - Serve as an internal, entrepreneurial reporter to capture the stories and news items that describe the work of IJM; - Identify and develop stories about IJM programs to be used for a variety of mediums; - Check facts and use research skills to help put IJM's work into regional and global context; - Build relationships with key local media; - Create and maintain press release list with local and national newspapers and magazines; and - Travel, as needed, to meet with IJM field staff to gather stories and news items. - Prior work experience in Communications, Media or Public Relations; - Knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Windows XP; - Experience networking with International and National NGO's, CBO's, faith-based communities, and local government; and - Oral fluency in Spanish strongly preferred for Latin America field offices.   Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Fellowships | Field Office
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline EXTENDED: August 31, 2017 Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying. Visit the Field Office Internship Program Page for further information.   Communications Intern tasks may include, but are not limited to: - Identify and develop stories and news items on IJM programs for HQ materials such as: News from the Field, IJM Justice Briefings, Quarterly Reports, web updates, fundraising pieces, PowerPoint presentations and IJM speeches; - Check facts and use research skills to help put IJM work into regional and global context; - Draft press releases after significant events for local media; - Maintain a file containing articles in newspapers and internet of interest; - Conduct field research and write issue-focused stories to highlight IJM's work; - Research, compile and analyze information of use for the office in the area of communications; - Arrange interviews and establish contacts with entities, civil servants and social/media operators, etc; - Develop documents based on studies, surveys and interviews of information subjects; and - Other departmental support as needed. Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Internships | Field Office
US-DC
Program Dates: June 4 - August 2  Application Deadline: February 15  *Please note that we are typically inundated with applications. We greatly appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate and ask that you hold your questions until contacted for an interview.    Visit the Washington DC Internship Program Page for further information.   The Corporate Security team is in charge of the safety and security of IJM personnel and clients worldwide. Although tasks vary depending on the nature of the work in progress during the internship, Corporate Security interns can expect their tasks to include: - Compiling daily briefs for senior leaders based on open source news sites which summarize key current events around the world that could impact IJM’s operations; - Assisting in coordinating course logistics for specialized safety and security trainings; - Researching and preparing memoranda regarding threat assessments and crisis response plans; - Tracking and reporting on security developments in regions of the world where IJM has offices; - Completing research assignments assigned by Director of Corporate Security to provide in-depth reports of latest safety and security threats to IJM's work; - Assist in tracking the Field Offices' compliance with IJM Security Manual policies and procedures through check-ins with Field Office security personnel - Assisting with the management of IJM’s crisis response system; and - Participating in departmental and general IJM administrative support.
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Internships | DC
US-DC
Now accepting applications for June 2018 (Duration: 12 Months) Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. beginning on June 4th.    International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking a Criminal Intelligence Fellow to directly support IJM’s Criminal Intelligence Center. The Fellow will assist with the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of actionable information to IJM Field Offices and partners to directly enhance investigations and law enforcement development. Using information from multiple sources, the Fellow will examine criminal network patterns and build profiles of suspected perpetrators and their illicit activities in order to help detect, respond to, and prevent violence against the poor. The successful candidate must have a demonstrated interest in intelligence collection and analysis; be a skilled critical thinker; possess strong communication skills; be able to thrive in a dynamic environment; and be passionate about seeking justice.
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Internships | DC
US-DC
Program Dates: June 4 - August 2 Application Deadline: February 15 *Please note that we are typically inundated with applications. We greatly appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate and ask that you hold your questions until contacted for an interview.     Visit the Washington DC Internship Program Page for further information.   The Program Design, Research and Evaluation Unit plays a vital role in IJM’s mission to protect the poor from violence. The Unit provides leadership, expertise, guidance, and technical support to IJM on program design, monitoring, evaluation, and research. Its core objectives are to design plausible and feasible programs; to design and lead high quality research; to provide leadership to IJM’s global DM&E staff; to provide essential guidance, process, and standards; and to disseminate IJM’s programming and research work to internal and external audiences. The Unit is seeking a Data Science intern to support the Unit’s Director of Data Science. Candidates who are pursuing any graduate degree, have an interest in and experience of working with datasets, and have good programming skills are preferred. The intern can expect tasks to include: - Performing analysis of datasets; - Building data models and tools;  - Create, review, and edit data products, including data visualizations; - Develop training materials and user guides;  - Participating in team and general IJM administrative support.
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Internships | DC
US-DC
IJM is seeking a Director of Data Science to serve as a key player on a new justice data science team to guide investment in and management of its global programming portfolio. This position will lead a team who will effectively and actively ensure the conversion of data into value that will further IJM’s mission. Position will be based at IJM’s headquarters, will deploy periodically to program sites, and will report to the Vice President of Program Design, Research, and Evaluation.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-DC
We’re International Justice Mission, and we believe that justice for the poor is possible. As the world’s largest anti-slavery organization, our mission is to protect the poor from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts.   Motivated by God’s call to seek justice for the oppressed, we believe that the way we work is as important as the results we achieve. We are a global community that cares for one another. We value joy and celebration, and we strive to provide professional excellence to all those we serve.   Director of Grants Management will lead the development and oversight of the global organization’s grants management and sub-grants management function with a rapidly growing portfolio of grant opportunities from government, development, private and corporate entities. The role is a part of the Global Business Solutions team and will work to enhance and leverage the capacities of our global teams to realize IJM’s vision and mission.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-DC
International Justice Mission (IJM) is an international organization working to protect some of the most vulnerable and oppressed people from violent forces of injustice by securing rescue and restoration for victims and ensuring public justice systems work for the poor.    IJM is seeking a dynamic and proactive individual with law enforcement expertise to lead IJM in conducting and monitoring the investigation of human trafficking for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation of minors in the Dominican Republic.  The Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED) will also advance efforts to build the capacity of Dominican law enforcement personnel to effectively investigate sex trafficking cases, rescuing victims applying victim-sensitive methods, and arresting suspects for their prosecution.   This position is based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and reports to the Field Office Director, Dominican Republic.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-DC
International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking a professional Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED) to lead IJM’s ILED team in Thailand to combat forced labor trafficking in Thailand.  The DILED is responsible for developing, executing, and leading support to local Law Enforcement Officials (LEOs) investigating forced labor trafficking, helping to ensure victims are rescued and perpetrators are arrested and prosecuted.  The DILED will lead law enforcement development strategies and activities, including training curriculum development and casework mentorship.  The successful candidate must have a solid background in criminal investigations and possess strong communication skills, be able to thrive in a dynamic environment, and be passionate about seeking justice.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-CA
IJM is hiring a Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Bay Area. This person has the opportunity to meaningfully engage donors in our work, showing how their joyful financial partnership can bring freedom and rescue to thousands. For this role, IJM is seeking a skilled networker with a fearless approach to building relationships with high net worth individuals and the ability to convert those relationships to financial gifts. The successful candidate will raise $1,000,000 in their first year in the role and 20% more each subsequent year.   The position is based in San Francisco and reports to the National Director of Strategic Partnerships.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
US-DC
We are looking for a thoughtful and thorough leader for our Internal Communications team. This is a new team, critical to equipping our growing organization to scale and connect our colleagues around the world. Working closely with employees, key stakeholders and leadership, our Director, Internal Communications will establish Organizational Communication channels, tools, and messaging strategies. This leadership role will be essential in crafting global organizational messages to keep staff informed and up to date on internal developments. It will also be charged with ensuring a robust crisis communication plan is in place for employees. Making sure colleagues around the world are connected, inspired, and informed is critical to our ability to serve and care for our teams well, and create a culture of thriving people. We think this is a big deal – the biggest – and we want to welcome a talented communicator to our team who can build and guide our internal organizational communication function to deliver a best-in-class experience for our people.   The position is based in Washington, DC, and reports to the Chief People Officer.
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Jobs | Regular Full-Time
Now accepting applications for June 2018 Deployment (Duration: 10-12 Months) Application Deadline: January 30th Note: Interns and Fellows are required to attend an Orientation Week in Washington, D.C. before deploying.  Visit the Field Office Fellowship Program Page for further information.   The English Language (ESL) fellowships will involve most of the following responsibilities. Other relevant duties will be assigned by the Field Office Director or supervisor. - Assess the individual language needs of the staff; - Design an ESL framework that significantly increases the English proficiency among key IJM leaders and staff; - Implement the designed ESL program including one-on-one tutoring and general staff programs; - Design and conduct a baseline, midline and endline assessment to measure progress; and - The project should be replicable in other field offices where English proficiency is lacking.   Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Pampanga, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
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Fellowships | Field Office

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