Jobs and Volunteering

Looking to work abroad in speech and language therapy? Available positions in low and middle income countries are posted here. For job adverts pre 2018, search our blog. For links to organisations which may have volunteering opportunities, check our Useful Links page.

CTI endeavours to provide accurate information on jobs and volunteer opportunities available but  does not accept responsibility for the nature of these placements. Please be aware that we do not  not evaluate or review any adverts or the employers and their terms or conditions . We recommend doing as much research as possible before working with an organisation and focussing your search on organisations that you know to be reputable.


  • 3, 6 and 12 month SLT opportunities in Malawi. Warm Heart Children’s Therapy and Wellness needs SLTs with a minimum of one year’s experience. Click here for more information.


  • SLT needed in Lagos, Nigeria ASAP. 5 months possibility of extension to 12. Will be working with adults and children and needs experience in dysphagia. Email to apply.


  • Short term opportunity for ASD specialist Speech and Language Therapist in Tajikistan. Posted June 2018.

The IRODA Centre for Autism in Dunshanbe, Tajikistan, is looking for an ASD specialist to volunteer for 1-3 months with staff and families of children and adolescents with autism to develop the service. They are looking for someone who can offer formal training/workshops as well as working alongside staff to implement new skills and approaches. Contact Lola at the IRODA Centre.


Multi disciplinary team of Speech, Educational and Occupational Therapists seeks a new Speech and Language Therapist. 3 year contract required.


  • Opportunity for students SLTs and SLTs to volunteer in an autism centre in India. Posted February 2018.

Skilled Impact, a responsible volunteer organisation that connects NGOs and social enterprise in India with students, graduates and professionals, have a speech therapy placement available. It is in Hyderabad, India and involves working in a learning centre for children with autism for 2-12 weeks.