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Be part of Llais and help us to raise the power and influence of people’s voices to shape health and social care services to meet everyone's needs.

Job overview

Llais is a new national, independent body set up by the Welsh Government to give the people of Wales a voice in their health and social care services.

Our role is to engage with and listen to the patients and public of Wales. We do this by reaching out to people in their local communities, hearing their views and understanding their experiences of health and social care. We will feed back to decision-makers to help shape and influence future services.

Are you passionate about improving health and social care services in Wales?

A fantastic opportunity has become available at Llais National Office for a Welsh Translator, 37.5 hours per week, Band 5.

To help us on our journey to make a real difference in health and social care the successful candidate will be enthusiastic, dependable and have good knowledge of office practices.

The post holder will work closely with Llais National Office Senior Management Team, staff and Regional Operations Managers to support service improvement and ensure that the Welsh language is a key consideration in all Llais business.

This includes the translation of documents from English to Welsh and occasionally from Welsh to English. This role will contribute to ensuring that Llais comply with the Welsh Language Standards Regulations (2011), thereby helping to ensure that bilingual services are offered to people across Wales.

This is hybrid role, with both remote and office-based working.

The ability to communicate in Welsh is essential.

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