Welsh Language Co-ordinator
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
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We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our friendly team.
We have an exciting new opportunity for a Translation Co-ordinator intended to support Cedar's work with the Welsh Value in Health Centre. This programme of work extends across Wales and the Co-ordinator will be responsible for ensuring that resources are available bilingually. The post holder will support this by providing translation services to the Cedar team and wider Welsh Value in Health Centre, and will occasionally work directly with patients to support aspects of the programme. As an all Wales programme, this post is suitable to remote working, and flexible working including part time posts or job share would be considered.
You will have excellent language skills (Welsh and English), and have a degree in a relevant subject or equivalent experience in Welsh language translation. An ability to work to tight deadlines with a high level of accuracy is essential. Cedar, part of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board with links to Cardiff University, is conveniently located at Cardiff Medicentre at the University Hospital of Wales with good cycle/changing facilities and car parking.
Main duties of the job
As part of the Cedar team, to provide a translation and interpreting service to staff and the various departments in Cedar and the Welsh Value in Health Programme.
This includes the translation of documents from English to Welsh and occasionally from Welsh to English, as well as assisting the Communications team to provide Welsh language content via social media.
This role will contribute to ensuring that Cedar complies with the Welsh Language Standards Regulations (2011), thereby helping to ensure that bilingual services are offered to our stakeholders.
The post holder will help to deliver a comprehensive Welsh language service in line with Welsh language policies and procedures and the Welsh Language Standards.
The post holder will work closely with Welsh language and equality champions and service managers to support service improvement and ensure that the Welsh language is a key consideration in all University Health Board business
The ability to speak Welsh is essential for this post.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is one of the largest Integrated Health Boards in the UK, employing over 15,000 staff, providing over 100 specialist services. Working across 6 hospital sites, we have a diverse range of career opportunities to offer. Serving around 500,000 people living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, we are focussed on the health and care needs of our local population whilst working with our partners to develop regional services.
Our mission is"Caring for People, Keeping People Well",and ourvision is that every person's chance of leading a healthy life should be equal. As an organisation we are unashamedly ambitious for our population's health, rising to the challenges of today and tomorrow through our 10-year strategy, Shaping our Future Wellbeing. We are contributing to a healthier Wales with great emphasis placed on innovation and improvement, learning from around the world and leading the way in clinical research. Partnership working is strong at Cardiff and Vale, and we work closely with our staff and our community.
Cardiff, the thriving Welsh capital, is a fantastic city to live and work in with an abundance of sports, arts and cultural attractions. Situated to the west of Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan offers a combination of beautiful Welsh countryside and a dramatic natural coastline. Whether city life or rural living, Cardiffand the Vale offers the best of both worlds.
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