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Employment Opportunities

Victim Engagement Training Specialist

Overseas Opportunities

About Us: Love Justice International (LJI) is a Christian nonprofit organization compelled by God’s love to fight 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.


Position Type: Full Time; Support-Raised*; Overseas (Nepal)

*If hired, the candidate will be required to raise financial support to cover his/her own salary, benefits, and expenses. Raising support is a key example of the body of Christ supporting its members and joining in the fight against injustice. LJI will provide administrative and prayer support throughout the process, as well as guidance and resources to build up a support base. Please prayerfully consider whether you may be called to step out in faith and raise support for this position.


Position Level: Associate, Coordinator, or Director**

**The position level, which determines both the position’s level of responsibility and its total compensation and benefits, will be determined based on the candidate’s qualifications, skills, and years of experience.


Position Overview: LJI's anti-human trafficking model focuses on transit monitoring. We identify, intercept, and assist trafficking victims as they are being transported—when victims and traffickers are the most visible and open to detection—and before they reach the destination where victims will be sold, hidden, and abused. Because the crime of trafficking has already commenced, we have access to actionable intelligence which can be used to assist police in the apprehension of suspects and to better understand trafficking methods. We have intercepted over 22,000 individuals to prevent them from being trafficked, and we have assisted police in the arrest of over 100 traffickers.

To ensure excellence among our field offices in Asia and Africa, Love Justice has developed 27 “core processes” which are implemented in each office to monitor performance and compliance. These processes include a variety of different areas, such as: budgeting and financial reporting, administration and human resources, data collection and compliance, security audit and investigations, victim engagement & shelter care, and legal cases.

LJI is seeking a Victim Engagement Specialist to help guide, develop, and adapt Kingdom-class strategies and core processes for potential victims intercepted by LJI regarding victim care and empowerment. This job will primarily involve training LJI national staff and leadership (rather than working with the victims themselves) in each field office.
The Victim Engagement Training Specialist will be based in Kathmandu, Nepal and will report to the Vice President of Asia Anti-Trafficking. This role may involve travel to LJI’s offices in Asia and Africa.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Developing and conducting training for staff and leadership in field offices regarding victim empowerment and care
  • Utilizing strong cognitive skills (both quantitative and qualitative) to develop, maintain, and strengthen relevant core processes
  • Serving as an expert in an additional area(s) of Love Justice’s core processes based on previous experience and qualifications. Areas of focus include:
    ○ Data collection
    ○ Data entry and analysis
    ○ Transit monitoring standards
    ○ Investigation and security protocols
    ○ Administrative operations
    ○ Finance and accounting
    ○ Budgeting and reporting
  • Regularly communicating with staff and leadership in field offices to track compliance with, and ensure understanding of, those assigned core processes (including victim engagement)
  • Implementing other projects related to LJI's anti-trafficking work as directed



  • Mature Christian faith
  • A strong commitment to social justice and advocacy on behalf of vulnerable populations
  • A minimum of a bachelor's degree in social work or another relevant field is required; a master's degree or higher is preferred
  • Ability to work well in cross-cultural contexts; sensitivity to different cultures
  • Critical-thinking and problem-solving skills; basic quantitative reasoning skills
  • Strong work ethic, self-motivation, and willingness to adapt to changing and challenging circumstances
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • At least 3-5 years of experience working with trafficking victims or with those in related situations preferred
  • Experience in overseas project management preferred
  • Familiarity working with complex spreadsheets preferred

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