Are you a NAATI qualified Interpreter looking to have more flexibility & enjoyment out of your role? Does the idea of personalised growth & development opportunities from our industry's finest excite you?
Deaf Connect are looking for skilled interpreters across Australia to join our team and help provide the best service for the community. If this sounds like you, read on!
About the Role
Deaf Connect are growing and we’ve expanded our Interpreting Service to help fulfill the increase in demand for Auslan Interpreters across Australia! Join our motivated, supportive, and professional team.
As Australia’s largest Whole-of-Life service provider, we work with a wide variety of clients from one-on-one interpreting to corporate, event and even government work. Our operations team are dedicated to matching you with the jobs that invigorate your passions and provide you with more flexible opportunities. Some of our regular clients include:
By working with us, you will also benefit from the Deaf Connect Difference:
- Competitive pay rates and access to salary packaging benefits
- Professional development opportunities such as our Interpreter Mentor Program & More.
- Opportunities for greater flexible working arrangements through VRI
- Work confidently knowing that all profits are invested back into programs & services that directly support the Deaf community.
To apply, you must have
- a valid NAATI credential
- a NDIS Worker Check
- completed the NDIS Orientation Training Module
- a Working with Children Check, and
- be vaccinated against COVID-19
Deaf Connect is the leading service provider and social impact organisation for the Australian Deaf community. We are the largest not-for-profit Auslan interpreting agency in the country – providing unparalleled access to a range of interpreting appointments spanning community engagement, corporate and education, medical and legal, entertainment, media and other opportunities.
Deaf Connect empowers our community nationally – unlocking access and enabling Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing Australians to make choices and actions to thrive in life. Through our advocacy agenda we aim to improve equity for the Deaf community, and to remove systemic cultural and language barriers.
As Australia’s largest Deaf-led organisation, we acknowledge and celebrate the history and culture of our community. Standing with the Deaf community we will continue to build capacity and influence social change as a strong voice for equality.
Most importantly, Deaf Connect is a not-for-profit, meaning all profits are invested back into programs and support that directly benefits the Deaf community.
How to Apply
If this sounds like you, please apply below. If you’d have any questions about the role or working at Deaf Connect please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com
*All successful applicants will be required to provide a current Australian National Police Clearance and evidence of Covid 19 vaccination (or valid medical exemption). Deaf Connect is an equal opportunity employer.