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At Love Justice, we're on a mission to combat the world's greatest injustices.

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Who We Are


Love Justice International (LJI) is a Christian nonprofit organization whose mission is sharing the love of Jesus Christ by fighting the world’s greatest injustices.

We fight injustice in two primary ways: through our expanding anti-human trafficking work and by caring for orphaned and abandoned children. We currently work throughout Asia and Africa, with emerging fields in Europe and the Americas, and are proudly certified by the Best Christian Workplaces (2021-2023).

Key Positions

Love Justice School Curriculum Director/Teacher (South Asia)

Senior Director of Investigations and Security (South Africa)

Love Justice School Administrator (South Asia)

Love Justice School Teacher (South Asia)

Senior Software Development Manager (South Africa)

Orphan Care and Vulnerable Children Director (South Asia or Africa)

Senior Director of Anti-Trafficking (South Africa)

Orphan Care Field Officer (South Asia)

Use Your Gifts to Serve the Vulnerable

From educators to lawyers to software developers, Love Justice's capable and driven team members each harness the gifts and passions God has given them to best fulfill our mission. Our staff's varied backgrounds and professional experiences are essential for the progress and strengthening of our work. Each of their insights allows us to develop innovative, new approaches to identify and combat the world's greatest injustices. If you don't see a position that matches your skill set, we still want to hear from you! Apply today and tell us why you'd be a great fit.


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The People We're Looking for Are:



At LJI, our mission of sharing the love of Christ by fighting the world's greatest injustices takes us to the far corners of the globe. Our team members love Jesus and are passionate about justice.



Our people are highly thoughtful, capable problem solvers who are able to think deeply and carefully and engage in healthy dialectic about how we can share Christ's love by fighting injustice.



We're committed to maximizing mission impact. So our best team members are adaptable and dedicated to failing fast and often in order to arrive at the highest effectiveness.



We hire the right people and discover together how the gifts and passions God has given them can best fulfill our mission. Job descriptions evolve over time as we understand that better.

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What Our People Say About Working Here:

"The reason why I do this work is simple: to put a human face to the indignity of human trafficking. In Uganda, and many countries in the region, so many victims and potential victims are lured, deceived, and trapped in situations they never intended or imagined. Many of these are young children, many of them from poor rural families—the invisible children we as a society have chosen to ignore for too long. My job is to break that cycle and shed light on one of the world’s greatest injustices."

Regional Steward East Africa & Malawi, Project Manager Uganda

"I love working with figures and consider it an enormous blessing to be able to put my knowledge and skills into practice in order to support the mission of Love Justice in fighting the world’s greatest injustices. I find great joy coming alongside and supporting the international finance teams as Love Justice strives for radical accountability and excellence."

International Finance Coordinator


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We can't wait to hear more about you and how you can help us further our mission to fight the world's greatest injustices. 

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Love Justice International makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or genetic information.

Given that Love Justice International is a faith-based non-profit organization, LJI has the legal right under Title VII of the Civil Rights of 1964 to require that all employees either agree with and actively practice, orthodox Christianity (as described in our statement of faith), or at least to agree to conform their conduct to Christian moral values.