BSL Interpreter

Job Details

Description

Ealing is a vibrant West London borough, with excellent transport links and home to 5 Crossrail stations. Ealing has a high rate of permanent staff, offers a wide range of training opportunities and a Career Progression scheme to promote and support staff development.

Working under Ealing Council and the Ealing’s Service for Children with Additional Needs (ESCAN), this role is to provide BSL interpretation of highest quality for a Deaf Social Worker within the department.

Are you?

  • A qualified (BSL Level 6) and NRCPD registered British Sign Language interpreter
  • An ambitious worker with skills and experiences in social care settings
  • Committed to making a visible difference to the lives of Ealing children and their families

Responsibilities:

  • To undertake interpreting assignments with the Deaf social worker
  • To deliver high quality BSL/English interpreting services to Deaf social worker
  • To maintain CPD
  • To abide by NRCPD code of conduct
  • To work well within the team

What can Ealing offer you?

  • Excellent pension schemes
  • CPD training

Ealing council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.


This role is subject to Ealing’s enhanced vetting process.

Role Profile

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Organisation
London Borough of Ealing
Location
London - Ealing
Start Date
September 2020
Full-time/Part-time
Full-time
Job type
Permanent
Vacancy Reference
EJR010657
Contact Details
Apply online via: https://www.ealing.gov.uk/homepage/28/jobs
Added to site
Jul 7th, 2020

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