Working at the ICCT

We are engineers, chemists, biologists, physicists, policy experts, communicators, economists, and operationalists, working side-by-side with policymakers to provide relevant, rigorous, unbiased research and technical and scientific analysis to government officials internationally.

Our benefits packages are designed to be competitive and comprehensive, offering a range of options, including retirement plans and flexible hybrid/remote working environments, that support your well-being and work-life balance.

Today, the ICCT employs professionals, woking hybrid and remotely, in Beijing, Berlin, New Delhi, São Paulo, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. offices, including fully remote staff in Indonesia, Colombia, Vietnam and Mexico.

We offer tailored benefits in each region to support your professional growth, including engaging staff events and robust professional development programs designed to prepare you for leadership roles within our organization.

Why work with us?

At the ICCT, we foster a culture of innovation and growth, where your contributions shape the future of clean transportation policy. Continue your professional journey with us, advancing through diverse career paths in an environment rich with opportunities to learn, excel, and impact global projects.

How to apply

Ready to ignite your career? Explore our open positions below, find your perfect match, and apply through our online portal. Showcase your unique talents and skills, and take the first step towards joining our dynamic team. Start your exciting journey with us today!


*Note: Most U.S. jobs can be based in either our San Francisco or Washington, DC office.

Internships & Fellowships

We help train the next generation of transportation policy analysts and communicators by hiring individuals who possess the intelligence, willingness, dedication, and maturity to take on this enormous responsibility.

Our interns and fellows play an active role in a variety of our current projects. Over the course of an internship or fellowship, interns and fellows will work directly with ICCT researchers, policy analysts and administrators in one or more program area.

Our summer internship program is targeted toward students and recent graduates, for a duration of 10–12 weeks. Our fellowships last between 6–12 months. Internships and fellowships are paid full-time or part-time positions, and include many of the benefits received by full-time staff.

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Staff testimonials

“Across my professional journey, ICCT’s culture and environment are uniquely impressive. The genuinely supportive atmosphere and a management team deeply committed to personal growth cultivate a unique space for innovation and impactful work.”


Senior IT Manager

“One thing I love about working at ICCT is I am always learning something new, thanks to the range of regions and transport modes we cover. Also, and most importantly, ICCT has a great working environment – I truly like all of my coworkers!”


Senior Editor

“Working at the ICCT gives me the opportunity to stand at the forefront of clean transportation policy research. We are always exploring answers of the toughest research questions and contributing to policy progress that can truly make a positive change.” … “In my heart, the biggest draw of the ICCT is always all my super passionate, talented, and friendly coworkers. Their creative thinking, open attitudes, and collaborative spirit make the ICCT an amazing place for talents from all around the world to work at and devote their intelligence and passion.”


Senior Researcher

The ICCT, recognized as one of the “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation [USA]” in 2023, excels in both technical expertise and employee satisfaction, thanks to our steadfast investments in well-being, benefits and events. Our commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion is crucial for both our mission and organizational success.

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal-opportunity workplace.