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Finance Manager

Justice Centre Hong Kong is now seeking a Finance Manager who will report directly to the Executive Director and Treasurer. The Finance Manager will be responsible for day-to-day financial accounting transactions, account management, and support services. Other duties include preparing monthly financial accounting and management reports, assisting in budget preparation, and managing employee/HR data relevant to payroll. This is a paid 3-day per week part-time role.
If you are CPA (or equivalent) qualified and have the right to work in Hong Kong, please contact Darshana Parekh ( for further information about the position.

Communications Officer (Part-Time Consultancy)

Justice Centre Hong Kong is looking for a Communications Officer (Part-Time Consultancy) to provide support to Justice Centre’s legal, psychosocial, research, policy and advocacy work. Responsibilities will include editing and writing materials in English and Chinese, and assisting in the development/implementation of media strategies to help ensure clear communication of Justice Centre’s message across all channels.

If you are an excellent bilingual communicator, have familiarity in dealing with media outlets, and can bring a human rights mindset to your work, please contact Tiffany Kwok ( to learn more about this position.

Anti-Human Trafficking Officer

Justice Centre Hong Kong seeks a part-time Anti-Human Trafficking Officer to support the work of the Civil Society Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force in Hong Kong.  The Task Force aims to enhance coordination and information sharing amongst civil society in Hong Kong working in the anti-trafficking space and increase the collective protection of victims in Hong Kong.

Responsibilities of the Anti-Human Trafficking Officer include: providing coordination and administration support to the Task Force such as (but not limited to) minute taking, distributing documentation, meeting facilitation, and providing support in the delivery of Task Force projects if required. Additionally, where appropriate, the Anti-Human Trafficking Officer will coordinate joint submissions and joint proposals on behalf of the Task Force.

If you are an NGO development professional (i.e., postgraduate degree in Development Studies or equivalent field experience) with at least three years of experience in anti-trafficking and/or migration-related fields, please contact Tiffany Kwok ( to learn more about this position. Prospective candidates must have the right to work in Hong Kong.

Psychological Therapist (Children)

Justice Centre Hong Kong is recruiting a Psychological Therapist (Children) to join our Protection Claimant Services Team. The Psychological Therapist will be responsible for providing direct clinical services to children aged 1-18, who are refugees, forced migrants and survivors of torture and/or trauma. Additionally, the Psychological Therapist will be involved in the development and provision of trainings, consultations, and clinical supervision. This is a 14-month salaried role.

If you are a qualified and accredited Clinical Psychologist or Clinical Social Worker with at least 5 years’ experience in working with children and are interested in joining our team, please click here for further details.

Justice Centre Fellow

The Justice Centre Fellow is a position created to develop public interest law capacity in Hong Kong, while contributing to the provision of Justice Centre’s individual claimant services and the operation of Justice Centre’s pro bono partner programme. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Please find details here.

Secondee Lawyer

Justice Centre has an exciting secondment opportunity that offers challenging, rewarding and career-enhancing experience for a lawyer looking to develop more well-rounded skills and make a contribution to the lives of disadvantaged clients. This is 3, 6 or 12-month opportunity for a lawyer with at least two years post-qualification experience. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Read the terms of reference here.


We train interpreters who are fluent in various languages to assist with our work with protection claimants. Most interpreters are paid an hourly rate; some interpreters generously donate their time as volunteers. Find out more about interpreting with us.

We are currently in need of interpreters who speak the following languages: Sinhala, Somali, Swahili, Arabic and Portuguese.

Please note that there are certain criteria to meet such as level of proficiency and availability. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. To apply, please send your CV and availability to

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities.

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