Materials developers will be expected to source and produce appropriate, realistic training activities for translators and interpreters who work in public service contexts such as district and national government departments, the courts, police and hospital settings. 

They will produce model answers and guidance notes for the trainers.


Location Sri Lanka
Duration September 2020 – March 2021/August 2021
Closing date Thursday 27 August 2020

Role overview

Refer to the role profile for further details.

How to apply

Please complete the application no later than Thursday 27 August 2020.

Role profile, descriptions of the behaviours and core skills and application needed for the above post can also be downloaded from below. 

Please email the completed application form to with the subject Translation and Interpreting Resource Developers (4 positions) by the deadline given. 

Only the applications submitted are accepted. CV's won't be considered for shortlisting. 

Please note that it is mandatory to provide the reference details.

Short-listed candidates will be contacted within 2-3 weeks after the application closing date and we thank all prospective applicants for their interest in this organization. 

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