Join our mission
Together, we can build safe communities where all can expect to be protected.
From accountants to network engineers to assistants, our team of hard-working professionals leverage their skills every day to make justice unstoppable.
We are Christian.
We're inspired by God's call to love all people and seek justice.
We are Professional.
We pursue excellence because the people we serve deserve our best.
We are Bridge-Building.
We constantly learn from our partners and invite everyone to join our collective fight.
What's it like to work here?
“The dedication, joy, and heart I see in my colleagues for our work inspires me each day. At IJM I get to live out my passion for service, problem solving, faith, and innovation on the technology team – who knew those could come so perfectly together!”
Technology Training & Adoption Analyst
“I felt welcomed, with open arms when I joined IJM. There’s a sense of being part of an organization that cares for mind, body, and soul. It’s also an amazing honor to link arms with talented and passionate colleagues that desire to see vulnerable, yet precious people set free from violent oppression.”
“I love analytics and insights, and being able to lead a team that provides insights into our fundraising and marketing helps to fuel our mission to rescue half a billion people from everyday violence by 2030. I came to IJM after spending six years as a research & data professional at a Big 4 accounting firm, and at IJM I get to use the skills and tools I learned there at IJM now as I lead in business intelligence, data science and data quality for our fundraising and marketing teams.”
VP, Data & Insights
How we care for you
Benefits & Compensation
Building a safe future that lasts for everyone is important to us. That’s why we want to ensure your future is cared for too.
Daily staff prayer
Expatriates*In addition to US-Based Benefits
Tuition for school-aged children
Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a fast-paced, professional and friendly work environment for our employees. We work diligently to provide tangible relief for the people we serve, while being good stewards of the funds generously provided to us by our donors.
IJM employees begin each day with 30 minutes of silence and solitude before God and gather at 11:00 a.m. for corporate prayer. We hold quarterly staff retreats to provide spiritual refreshment and team building opportunities.
Completed applications are reviewed by the IJM Recruiting Team and the hiring manager. Phone interviews are conducted with the most qualified applicants, followed by virtual panel interviews with the top candidates. IJM requires a background check and thorough review of references with an employment offer.
Office attire is smart business casual.
Due to the quantity of applications that we receive, we are unable to offer informational interviews for employment opportunities.
We have more than 1,300 staff working in 23 countries worldwide, and 95% of us are at work in our own countries.
All applicants will receive a verbal or written response communicating whether or not we will be moving forward with their application. Due to the volume we receive, we cannot provide specific updates on the status of pending applications.
We offer competitive total rewards benefits packages, with excellent medical, dental and retirement benefits to all employees. Additional benefits such as relocation, paid holidays and generous paid time off are provided for all regular full-time staff.
Join our team
Passionate about our global fight for justice?
We have the job for you.
Equal Opportunity for Everyone
At IJM, we’re committed to building a diverse workforce through fair and equitable employment practices. IJM encourages people of any race, color, age, sex, marital status or political ideology to apply for employment. While we welcome everyone into this work, we truly believe that the work we are doing is God’s work, not our own, and practice spiritual disciplines together daily. That’s why we legally require under SEC. 2000e-1 [Section702] of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that all employees practice a mature orthodox Christian faith, as defined by the Apostles’ Creed.