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Are you ready to hold power to account?

We strive to increase accountability and transparency by contributing to a robust system in which individuals can safely and impactfully speak out against corporate and government misconduct.

Founded in 2017, The Signals Network is recognized as a leader in protecting whistleblowers who have shared revelations of wrongdoing with the press. We also are known for working closely with investigative journalists. In 2021, we began to build out our Tech Accountability Project, working with civil society organizations that empower people who witness wrongdoing and advocate for change in policies and whistleblower protections. Through these efforts we aim to help shape a fairer, freer, and more democratic world.

  • We are small but mighty in our work

  • We are passionate and entrepreneurial

  • We strive for a work culture that is balanced and respectful of all staff needs and concerns

If that sounds like a fit for you, join us!

The Signals Network is a US-registered, nonprofit organization with international operations.

The Signals Network strives for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) and prioritizes these values in our organization, programming, and employment practices. JEDI is at the forefront of our strategy and culture, and we are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, cultures, skills, and experiences, knowing that the more inclusive we are, the more successful we will be. We are an equal opportunity employer and Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and LBGTQ+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Open Position

To apply: If a position listed is right for you, please apply following the information in the job description. If there is not an opening that fits your skills, check back later, or consider volunteering! We can use all the help we can get. Email us at for more information.

Internships and Fellowships at The Signals Network

Legal Fellow

The Signals Network is seeking a full-time year-long Legal Fellow for 2023-2024 and Summer 2023 legal fellows to serve a minimum of 8 weeks.

Location: Remote, US Eastern Time Zone preferred

Hours and availability: Part-Time/Full time

Compensation: Unpaid. Legal Fellows must have funding to cover the full costs of the fellowship from a university, law firm, professional training program, or other institutional source of funding.

Language Proficiency: Native English speaker. Knowledge of French is a plus.

To apply: Please apply with CV/Resume and cover letter by November 30, 2022, here

Communications Intern

The Signals Network is hiring a summer intern for its communications department to work approximately 30 hours per week for 12 weeks.

Location: Remote, U.S. Eastern Time Zone preferred

Hours and availability: Part-Time/Full time

Compensation: $2,400

Language Proficiency: Native English speaker.

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and three examples of your media writing, e.g. student media articles, to by May 31, 2023.