Jobs & Internships

We have been working with our partner groups and organisations for many years and our volunteers worldwide currently contribute over 40,000 volunteer hours per week.

We value a diverse workforce and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

All vacancies with Lattitude Global Volunteering are advertised on this website and are regularly updated on a post-by-post basis.

Volunteer Positions

UK Volunteer Programme Manager – Home based

Salary: Voluntary – all reasonable travel and incidental expenses reimbursed

Working hours: Flexible

Deadline for applications: Ongoing

Interview date: Ongoing

Start Date: Ongoing

Job purpose: The role of Volunteer Programme Manager is to be the link between our Reading office and a cluster of placement in one of the following regions: the South West, Midlands, North London, East and the South East. The role includes liaising with Local Representatives in the region, maintaining Lattitude communication links with the host placement, carry out visits and providing pastoral support to volunteers at placements.

To apply, please e-mail your CV and expression of interest to James Langdon, UK Regional Director at

Job Description


UK Local Representative – Home based

Salary: Voluntary – all reasonable travel and incidental expenses reimbursed

Working hours: Each placement needs to be visited at least once during each volunteer cycle (usually an annual cycle) plus additional pastoral support if needed

Deadline for applications: Ongoing

Interview date: Ongoing

Start Date: Ongoing

Job purpose: To act as the Local Lattitude Global Volunteering Representative at one or more named placements and to provide local support both to the volunteer and host

To apply simply email us at expressing an interest in the role.

Job Description

Lattitude Promotion Officers – UK (All Regions)

Salary: Travel expenses paid

Working hours: at least 10 events in a year

Interview date: Ongoing

Start Date: Ongoing

Job Purpose: Our promotions officers (PO) attend events such as presentations and careers fairs on an ad hoc basis. They act as the face of Lattitude and so must appear professional and well-informed. They must report back all the contacts they make at events to the Marketing Team. To be a PO you must be a Lattitude alumni with a passion for telling others about your placement and the benefits of volunteering abroad.

To apply simply email our Marketing Team at expressing an interest in the role.

Internship Positions

Internship – Head Office, UK

Salary: unpaid.

Working Hours: 20 hours per week, flexitime

Contract: 6 months in the UK, 6 months overseas (total of 12 months)

Application Deadline: Ongoing

Interview Date: TBC

Start Date: Ongoing

Job Purpose: This internship is a unique opportunity for enthusiastic and committed individuals interested in working in an international youth development charity. It presents a valuable chance to be trained and gain essential experience required to work in the field of youth development and international volunteering. During your internship you will be able to support the end to end process of youth development through international volunteering. Initially based in the UK office you will be trained to support the work of our busy Operations Team helping to support young people with pre-departure administration prior to their overseas volunteering experience.

In the second six months of your internship you will be placed in one of Lattitude’s country offices in Africa or South America providing support to a Country Manager. This will include in-country orientation, visiting volunteers and host families and working with the Country Manager to develop new placements.

Internship Role Description

LGV Internship Application Form

Paid Positions

There are currently no paid vacancies at Lattitude.