- Casual opportunities for NAATI accredited Auslan Interpreters
- Dynamic work environment
- Generous salary packaging options
About the role
Interpreters facilitate access and communication for the Australian Deaf community through the provision of high-quality, professional interpreting services. Interpreting assignments for Certified Interpreters may be, but are not limited to the following contexts; community, medical, workplace, education and training, legal (private, police, tribunals, mediation and court), conferences, and the arts.
Can:Do Group is seeking dynamic, trained Auslan/English Interpreters to evolve and strengthen our vital service delivery to Deaf and Hard of Hearing South Australians.
This position will play an integral role in assisting the Deaf Community of South Australia.
The role requires someone with NAATI accreditation in Auslan/English interpreting or able to qualify for accreditation in a short timeframe. You must be self-directed and able to work under pressure and able to maintain confidentiality for all assignments including information conveyed verbally, in Auslan, and written forms.
The successful candidate will have a ‘Can:Do’ attitude:
- Excellent communication skills;
- The ability to promote a positive reputation for Can:Do Group and its services;
- A commitment to working collaboratively with other human services and other agencies;
- Sound knowledge of ASLIA Professional Code of Ethics, and recognised interpreting principles and practice.
- Out of hours work will be required;
- Current, clear driver's licence (essential);
- Appropriate Employment Screening- DHS Working with Children check and NDIS Worker Screening.
If you are a highly organised and enthusiastic individual, who enjoys using your advanced Auslan skills in a fast paced environment, then we would like to hear from you NOW!.
Please see the attached Job Descriptions.
At Can:Do we strive together to build inclusive communities and give people the skills to live a life without limits. Be it through speech or sign, touch or technology, we will support every person who is Deaf, blind, hard of hearing, has low vision or other sensory needs to be the best they can be.
With over 140 years of experience, we are the leading experts in specialist sensory services in South Australia.
The Can:Do Group encompasses South Australia's two oldest charitable services, Can:Do 4Kids, Townsend House and Deaf Can:Do, The Royal South Australian Deaf Society. The Group also incorporates an Audiology business, Can:Do Hearing whose profits directly contribute to our charitable services.
Caring | Connected | Courageous | Conscientious
The salary for this role is commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to the base salary, you can access generous salary packaging options that may significantly increase your take-home pay.
If you have any queries, or would like more information please contact us directly at: [email protected].
For more information about who we are and what we do, please visit www.candogroup.com.au