Now recruiting Community translators and interpreters

Are you a freelance translator and/or interpreter? Are you interested in working for a registered charity to help in local communities? If so, then you might be interested in one of our multilingual vacancies.

Freelance interpreters or translators
We have a number of multilingual vacancies and are looking for
• A post-graduate qualification in translation/interpretation
• A degree in a different subject plus at least 2 years' experience in translation/interpretation
(We occasionally accept experience in lieu of qualifications – each case would be considered individually)
• Ideally we are looking for community interpreters, that is people who know about the welfare rights system, and also UK school and pre-school systems.

Preference will be given to freelancers registered with professional bodies (UK or international) such as: Chartered Institute of Linguists, Institute of Translation and Interpreting, Association of Police and Court Interpreters etc.
All successful applicants would require an enhanced DBS check (at a cost of £55).

Why work with us?
To improve people’s quality of life and to make life easier and better for vulnerable people.
To enhance your experience and career opportunities working for a locally based charity who offer fair rates of pay and opportunities to undertake translation and interpretation work.

What language combinations do we require?
We have a number of multilingual vacancies so, if you can translate or interpret from another language into English or from English into your mother tongue then please get in touch with us.

To do so please fill in our on-line registration form at:


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