BSL Interpreter & d/Deaf RSHE Project Coordinator – School of Sexuality Education

The Role: BSL Interpreter & d/Deaf RSHE Project Coordinator

The position will involve various interpreting assignments, including the delivery of our exciting and dynamic Relationships and Sex Education project for d/Deaf young people and our new d/Deaf teacher training programme!

Main duties and responsibilities

  • To adhere to the NRCPD code of conduct for Interpreters and School of Sexuality Education’s Code of conduct for all staff;
  • Make preparations before an assignment – searching for specialist vocabulary and finding out about the subject and the people involved;
  • Interpreting everything that is said or signed;
  • To advise the team, and schools on appropriate communication strategies when working with d/Deaf students / clients;
  • Maintain a high standard of presentation whilst representing School of Sexuality Education.

Delivering School of Sexuality Education programmes:

  • Delivering d/Deaf RSE programmes in schools which are compliant with School of Sexuality Education’s approach, policies and procedures, including Safeguarding;
  • Acting as an ambassador for the charity during interactions with all external parties.

The ideal candidate

  • will have proven experience working with d/Deaf young people;
  • a strong existing knowledge of Deaf culture and specific issues relating to the education of d/Deaf people;
  • a passion for inclusive and comprehensive relationships and sex education!

This is a freelance role and the rate will be £150 a day for project work and £260 a day for interpreting days.

The post is initially until January 2025.

We are looking for someone available to start in May, with work for 4-8 days a month. All training will be provided.

More information about the role can be found in the role description.

To apply, please complete an application form and email it to

Deadline: 9am on 17 May 2024

If you are successful at the application stage, you will be invited to the first stage of interviews via email.

In order to safeguard young people, all roles at the charity must pass several pre-employment checks. These include identity checks, safeguarding self-declaration, obtaining professional references, and enhanced DBS checks.

To discuss the role further or to request reasonable adjustments for the interview, please contact