Jobs & Internships

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Use your skills to help end slavery.

Hope for Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. Around the world, we are growing a movement of abolitionists who believe freedom is worth the fight. Our team works from eight locations on three continents. If you’re looking to make a difference, this is the place for the you.

Regional Development Manager Norway

An incredible opportunity has arisen for an ambitious professional to boost Hope for Justice’s mission in Norway and help bring an end to modern slavery.

This regionally-based role will lead our development work across the country – building new partnerships, maintaining and developing our existing relationships, and finding new supporters for our work to change lives and end slavery. A major aspect of the role will include developing our church partnerships, and as such the work would especially suit someone with a well-developed understanding of the Christian world; but this is not obligatory.

The successful candidate will be confident and enthusiastic public speaker, calm under pressure and able to manage people, events and administration to a high level. You will be a fundamental part of growing our movement and transforming lives.

Location: Norway, regionally based.

Salary: Negotiable, based on experience

Part time (60%, flexible working pattern)

Closing date: Friday, March 31st, 2017

To apply: Email your cover letter, CV and completed Application Form to

Director of Finance and Administration

Hope for Justice is seeking a dynamic and experienced finance professional to build on our significant achievements to date and help drive the organisation forward at an exciting time of growth.

As Director of Finance & Administration, you will:

– Provide oversight and strategic leadership to ensure Hope for Justice’s continued and ongoing financial health

– Provide corporate oversight of the financial, administrative and legal affairs of Hope for Justice, ensuring all related activities are carried out in compliance with statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements

– Promote and guide commercial awareness, identifying, advising and directing on effective growth paths

– Play a significant role as a member of the senior executive team to lead a strong, sustainable and innovative future for Hope for Justice.

The successful candidate will demonstrate outstanding leadership skills, with the ability to take a considered and clear view on strategic issues and areas of risk. With significant experience of providing quality strategic financial leadership and experience of collaborative working at a senior management level, they will lead and manage a multi-functional team, including the management of some senior managers. Experience of treasury management, risk management, financial statement preparation and audit process management is essential, as is knowledge and experience of multi-project/contract funding environments. The role would suit a qualified accountant with at least five years’ experience, including a minimum of three years in a senior managerial capacity. Please see the job description, below, for full details of the role.

Some travel will be required in this role, which could be to one of Hope for Justice’s programmes, or to meet with donors or other stakeholders.

This is a demanding but highly rewarding position that will be suited to a highly motivated, solution-focused and commercially astute senior finance manager. It will offer you the opportunity to use your strategic and leadership skills in a fast-paced environment, supporting Hope for Justice’s global life-changing programme of work.

Location: Manchester, UK

Salary: Negotiable, based on experience

Full time

Closing date: Friday, April 14th, 2017

To apply: Email your covering letter, CV and completed Application Form to

Training Associate

Hope for Justice is seeking a qualified and ambitious training professional to join our mission to bring an end to modern slavery. The Training Associate will deliver general awareness training on modern slavery to a wide range of audiences, and business-focused training on slavery in supply chains. They will also support the Training Manager in developing and maintaining a network of professional connections and supporters to help sustain a long-term training strategy for the UK.

We are looking for an effective and inspirational communicator with an innovative and creative approach to training, with strong planning and time management skills. The role would suit someone with strong experience of successful relationship and network building in the voluntary sector.

This flexible role is based at our West Yorkshire Hub. For full details of the role and its requirements, download the Job Description below.

Location: West Yorkshire, UK

Salary: Negotiable, based on experience

Flexible hours

Closing date: 5pm, Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

To apply: Email your covering letter, CV and completed Application Form to


Play a hands-on role in ending slavery.

Internships here at Hope for Justice are a great way to gain experience and play a hands-on role in restoring freedom whatever your specialty. Interns are an important part of the team, so if you’ve got the right skills and a great attitude we want to hear from you.


Our internships are part-time Monday to Friday for 12 months. Each intern has a supervisor who is an experienced professional in the relevant field. You’ll be able to learn directly from these skilled and passionate team members and gain valuable practical and professional experience. In addition, interns receive a monthly stipend.

At the UK head office, all interns also share a mentor who administrates the program and meets with them for 1-on-1 once a month, and also brings the whole intern team together regularly. These value added sessions help interns think beyond their current job roles and provide a great forum for ideas and growth. Your mentor is the person who will take you out for coffee, provide a listening ear, and give advice based on their own experience.


Our program is located in Phnom Penh and our internships are full-time (8am-5pm) Monday-Friday for a minimum three month commitment. There will be costs during your time in Cambodia (including, but not limited to, housing, transportation and other miscellaneous daily expenses). You will be working with and learning from skilled supervisors and mentors, including the Cambodia Country Director and other senior, in-country staff and you’ll also be expected to work independently.

US & Norway

We’re not offering any internships at our Stavanger offices right now, but check back soon because we’re adding new positions all the time. For US volunteer positions, see below.

Volunteer Positions in our Nashville, TN Office

Hope for Justice is recruiting for a number of voluntary roles at our US office based in Nashville, TN. Please indicate when you are available to start in your cover letter to

Volunteer Grant Writer

Hope for Justice is seeking an experienced Grant Writer for our Nashville, Tennessee office. This volunteer will be responsible for assisting our Director of Strategic Partnerships in seeking out various funding opportunities and preparing grant proposals. The position will be open to those who possess strong communication, writing and editing skills. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have knowledge of how to research and prepare LOI’s and grant proposals.

Volunteer Grant Research Assistant

Hope for Justice is seeking a grant researcher for our Nashville, Tennessee office. This volunteer will be responsible for assisting our Director of Strategic Partnerships in seeking out various funding opportunities to support the mission of the organization. The position will be open to those with an ability to work independently and who possess strong organizational skills. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Volunteer Office Assistant

Hope for Justice is looking for a volunteer to assist with day-to-day administrative duties in the Nashville, TN office. This applicant must at least 18 years of age, a strong team player and be willing to work on various tasks and projects on an as-needed basis.

Donor Support Volunteer

Hope for Justice is looking for a volunteer to assist with day-to-day donor relations duties in the Nashville, TN office. Job responsibilities consist of answering phone calls, reaching out to donors, preparing fundraising initiatives, helping with events, and more. We are looking for someone who excels in communication and organizational skills and is a strong team player. This applicant must be at least 18 years of age and be willing to work on various tasks and projects on an as needed basis.

CAM Storytelling & Teaching Intern

Join our team in Phnom Penh and help tell the story of girls rescued from sex trafficking. You’ll also work as part of a team of educators and social workers to provide the girls with education that will make a significant difference in their lives as they work towards finding meaningful careers. You will need to be creative and outgoing; comfortable with social media and technology; have excellent communication skills; the ability to be professional, respectful, and compassionate towards the girls who are part of our restorative care program.

Located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Recruitment: Now accepting applications for 2018

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and start dates will vary according to which of our programmes you will be based with. Please indicate when you are available to start in your covering letter to

“I think you will have a lot of advantages
after working at Hope for Justice with us.

When you first came, you didn’t talk as much.
Now you talk all the time and you have learned a lot about Cambodia.

And we have learned from you.
We feel comfortable speaking English in front of other people.”

– DREAM HOME resident to Cambodia Storytelling Intern

None of our internships a good fit for you?

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