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Community and Educational Interpreter

Community and Educational Interpreter

Derby College


  • Expired
£30,000 per annum pro rata
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
Apply by:
11 February 2018

Job overview

Various hours up to 30 hours per week, 40 weeks per year - number of days can be negotiated.        

Derby College are continuing to recruit to their expanding "OFSTED Outstanding" Inclusion and Support Team.      

We offer a huge range of support to learners across all of our College sites and if you are positive, motivated, ready to learn new skills and be a role model we'd love to hear from you.  

This is a newly created role within the Deaf Access team and is a unique and exciting opportunity to join a small team who provide interpreting services for internal & external D/deaf customers within education, business, medical and community settings across Derbyshire.     

You will also need to work from a Socially Inclusive perspective and be able to provide inclusive person-centred support to a range of learners on study programmes across all sites, thus improving retention and achievement.     

The successful applicant will be NRCPD registered and suitably qualified to Level 4/6 BSL and have completed Level 6 Interpreter training.     

Previous applicants need not apply.     

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About Derby College

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  • Derby College
  • 2 Roundhouse Road, Pride Park, Derby
  • Derbyshire
  • DE24 8JE
  • United Kingdom
+44 300 123 7890

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Derby College is a large general further education college with four sites in or near the city of Derby. It supports around 26,000 learners, who choose from more than 1,000 full-time and part-time apprenticeship, A-level, BTEC and NVQ courses.   

Derby College was established as a single institution in 2002 by merging three further education colleges: Mackworth Tertiary College, Wilmorton Tertiary College and Broomfield Agricultural College. A merger between South East Derbyshire College and Derby College was approved in 2010. Heavy investment has been made by the college in its teaching and learning facilities, from the fully equipped teaching kitchens at the Roundhouse campus to the high-tech science labs at the Joseph Wright Centre and the Equestrian Centre at the Broomfield Hall campus.  

Chief executive

Mandie Stravino   

Values and vision

In its mission statement, Derby College states an ambition to provide inclusive, inspirational and innovative learning communities, predicting and serving the needs of its learners, the economy and society. Designed in collaboration with industry, business and the professions, the college’s vocational pathways concentrate on developing students’ employability skills through work experience and expert mentoring. Independent learning, critical thinking and research skills are developed in students aspiring to higher education in an environment that seeks to be challenging and interactive.   

Ofsted report

“Teaching and learning are good, particularly in practical and vocational subjects. The college is a valued resource for the city of Derby and county of Derbyshire; it provides an inclusive and welcoming environment and high-quality facilities for teaching and learning.” 

View Derby College’s latest Ofsted report 

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