Jujutsu Sorcerers (呪術師 Jujutsu-shi?, lit. "Shamans") are individuals trained and employed by Jujutsu High to defend humanity from Cursed Spirits.
Jujutsu Sorcerers are users of Jujutsu Sorcery aligned with Jujutsu High. They generally possess Cursed Energy, but even those without the innate ability to do so can become a Jujutsu Sorcerer. All official Jujutsu Sorcerers are trained and registered through Jujutsu High.
Members of the "Jujutsu Higher-Ups" are apparently in charge of Jujutsu High and by extension all the Jujutsu Sorcerers.
There are several negative stigmas are attached to the Jujutsu Sorcerer moniker. Many people believe that Jujutsu Sorcerers are crazy and that is a requirement for the job, as people who can't handle grotesque things quickly give up on being Jujutsu Sorcerers.
It is also said that many Jujutsu Sorcerers have detached themselves from normal life, making it difficult for them to have sympathy for others, which in turn makes themselves miserable. Especially when it comes to the Great Jujutsu Sorcerer Clans, where traditional values are more emphasized than a normal family dynamic.
- Exorcisms: A Jujutsu Sorcerer's primary task is the exorcism of all Cursed Spirits. Sorcerers are normally sent out in teams on missions to exorcise any Cursed Spirits that have been recently active.
- Sukuna Suppression: Jujutsu Sorcerers collect Sukuna's Fingers as a means to prevent him from reviving.
Jujutsu High School: The vast majority of Jujutsu Sorcerers are current or former students of Jujutsu High School. It is an educational institution dedicated to the education and training of Jujutsu Sorcerers.
Jujutsu High has put in place a power scaling system that ranks Jujutsu Sorcerers, Curse Users, Cursed Spirits, Cursed Tools, and Cursed Objects on the same scale from Grade 4 to Special Grade. These ranking correspond so that Jujutsu Sorcerers will be sent on missions to deal with Cursed Spirits on their same level of ability.
Jujutsu Sorcerers can be promoted by receiving a recommendation for someone with their desired higher-level. However, they cannot be recommended by their teachers.