There are various entry points to LTS for professionals at any point in their career, from our core permanent staff and consultancy roles to summer internships and business development functions.
Consultants: Our extensive portfolio of international projects gives you the opportunity to work in and on our priority countries in East and Southern Africa and in South East Asia, across our core practice areas. LTS consultants have first-hand experience delivering projects across the globe. We deliver projects in a range of sectors, including forestry and land use, ecosystem services, climate smart agriculture and climate change as well as in monitoring and evaluation of climate and natural resource management programmes.
Core Staff: Our core staff based in Edinburgh, Kenya, Malawi and Indonesia provide operational and technical support to deliver projects. Work includes, finance, project administration, project management, business development and more.
Internships: If you have completed or enrolled in Post Graduate studies in the natural sciences, or related fields and want to start gaining experience before you graduate, a paid internship with LTS will give you the professional experience you to help you decide on the direction of your career, ready for when you leave university. Internships typically open in April.