At WCVA we offer a wide range of benefits and flexible employment that makes a difference. We’re looking for an experienced translator to join our communications team.
WHY WORK AT WCVA?
As an employer, WCVA (Wales Council for Voluntary Action) can offer a number of benefits such as a flexible working scheme, pension at 9% of salary, and access to an employees’ assistance programme.
WCVA invests in its employees and their development. As well as being a Living Wage Employer, committed to paying staff the real living wage, WCVA has been awarded Investors in People accreditation.
TRANSLATOR – PART TIME (1 YEAR FIXED TERM)
Part- time, 28 hours per week (1 year fixed- term)
£22,182 increasing to £23,632 pro rata per annum
WCVA will contribute 9% of the annual salary into its approved pension scheme
Flexible – We have office hubs in Abergele, Aberystwyth and Cardiff that staff can utilise. We are a pan Wales organisation which means there will be a requirement to attend some specific staff events and work engagements as required.
About the role:
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced translator to join the WCVA team.
As an organisation, we are committed to ensuring that all of our communications are bilingual and so this role is key to everything that we do.
As part of WCVA’s communications team, our internal translators make sure that that our messages are clear and consistent in both Welsh and English.
This is achieved by:
- Translating documents from English to Welsh and occasionally from Welsh to English
- Proof reading and quality assuring work received from external translators and partner organisations
- Contributing to the planning of communications and marketing to ensure that our voice is consistent in both languages
As a WCVA translator, you will work with all internal departments and some external partners meaning that you will get to see all the different and exciting projects that we work on as an organisation.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply please download the application pack below:
Closing date: Monday 22 March at 10am