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Interpreting Service Co-Ordinator

Salary: £22,010.56 (Pro Rata) – 22.5 hours per week – Wednesday to Friday

Nottinghamshire Deaf Society is a vibrant organisation, providing a range of empowering services to D/deaf people.

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic person with excellent administration skills who can efficiently support the co-ordination of our Interpreting Team.  You will need to have strong time-management and task prioritisation skills plus excellent interpersonal skills and be confident in communicating with Deaf BSL users and those who experience deafness in their day to day lives.  This includes responding to incoming communications, requests for information and signposting to other services. The job demands the ability to maintain processes and systems but also respond to day-to-day activities.

The Service provides interpreters for the City and County of Nottinghamshire and our work includes community, health, legal and educational settings.  The Service is vibrant, extremely busy and so requires someone who can be flexible, punctual, reliable, work well under pressure and work within a large team.

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Job Description Interpreting Service Coordinator


BSL/English Sign Language Interpreter

Due to increased demand in service we are recruiting BSL/English Sign Language Interpreters. Full or Part time roles are available.

Are you a Sign Language Interpreter registered with the NRCPD, and keen to be part of an organisation that is developing and providing high quality services? Would you like the opportunity to join an established team of experienced community interpreters? If the answer is ‘yes’, then this is the job for you. We are expanding our in-house interpreting team to meet a range of contracts, including on-line across Nottingham and the East Midlands.

For full details please download and review the following documents:

This is a rolling recruitment and there is no closing date. Applications will be considered as they are received.

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We are actively recruiting new Trustees (also Directors) to the board. We are specifically looking for individuals with the necessary time and energy to devote to the charity and who can contribute their skills and know how to enhance the effective running of the organisation.

We are particularly keen to recruit:

  • Deaf or deafened people
  • Black, Asian or other ethnic minority people
  • People with health or local authority expertise

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