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ICTJ is looking for a Development Associate, Foundation Relations to join the Development team.
Reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Associate, Foundation Relations will manage ICTJ’s relationships with current foundation donors and support strategy to expand and diversify the foundation portfolio.

ICTJ seeks a staff accountant to assist ICTJ’s finance team with financial and administrative activity. This position is based in ICTJ's New York City office.

ICTJ seeks the services of a consultant to conduct the final external evaluation of the project “Strengthening Civil Societies’ Capacities to Contribute to the Transitional Justice Process in Ethiopia.” The overall objective is to assess the results of the project in Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali regions. The findings and conclusions of the external evaluation will inform follow-up planning by the civil society organizations that have benefitted from the action and ensure that future programming will build on the results achieved through the project. The evaluation will be part of the final report of the project.

ICTJ is seeking a Communications Associate to oversee ICTJ’s website and online communications and help design and implement digital outreach strategies with a view to increasing the visibility and impact of ICTJ’s content and brand. This position is hybrid and based in New York City.

ICTJ is seeking a Development Associate to support ICTJ’s public-sector fundraising. Under the supervision of the Director of Development (DOD), the Development Associate will manage relationships with strategic partners and support ICTJ grants fundraising.


The ICTJ internship program has been an ongoing part of ICTJ since its inception. We value providing an enriching and rewarding experience for students who are passionate about transitional justice and interested in making an invaluable contribution to communities that have experienced mass atrocities.

Programs Interns will be guided and receive practical instruction on many of the broad range of transitional justice themes and activities. They will learn directly about ICTJ’s work in key areas of transitional justice and human rights around the world and gain practical experience by being part of a team to gain broader experience and understanding of the field.

The Communications Intern will learn about ICTJ’s work advancing transitional justice and human rights around the world and contribute directly to the organization’s communications efforts.