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Sign Language Interpreters  

Location: West Midlands
Salary: £21,867 - £26,646 per annum ( pro-rata for PT)
Hours: Full-time and Part-time 
Contract Length: Permanent  

Due to growing demand, we are looking to add to our experienced and supportive interpreting team.
We are seeking qualified or nearly qualified BSL Interpreters to join our team in Birmingham, working across the West Midlands.

Working as part of a team of Interpreters, the successful applicant should be able to demonstrate their ability to interpret between BSL and English and show aptitude to work in a range of community interpreting settings with an understanding of equal opportunity issues.

To be successful you will be:

  • A great team player but also able to able to work on your own initiative.
  • Ideally, NRCPD registered or close to completing your qualifications.
  • You will have a full driving licence and a car available for work (exceptions can be made for disabled applicants)
  • Able to travel within the West Midlands area.

We strive to create an inclusive and diverse workplace and we are committed to wellbeing, promoting hybrid working, offering generous annual leave entitlements, an Employee Assistance Program, Health Cash Plan, Occupational Sick Pay scheme, and flexible TOIL scheme. We invest generously in training and development programs, offer competitive salary through progression scheme, providing sponsorship to pursue formal professional qualifications.

Closing date: 10th December 2021 
Interview date: TBC

Attachments

Please complete our online application form. Alternatively, you can download our application form in Microsoft Word and complete it before you send it to jobs@bid.org.uk

Deaf candidates may submit their application in a short video clip- for further information please contact jobs@bid.org.uk

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