Doras Luimní is currently recruiting for the position of Translator, Interpreter & Cross-Cultural Worker.
The overall objective of the post is to provide interpretation, translation and cross-cultural support for recently arrived refugees. It will involve assisting staff, volunteers and relevant services to interact effectively with the new arrivals via interpretation and translation of documents.
Translator, Interpreter & Cross-Cultural Worker
- Job Title: Translator, Interpreter & Cross-Cultural Worker
- Reporting to: Resettlement Support Worker, Doras Luimní
- Hours of work: 35 hours per week (excluding one hour lunch break).
- Place of Work: Doras Luimní Wexford sub-office, and occasionally at head office in Limerick
- Objectives of the Role: To provide interpretation, translation and cross-cultural support for recently arrived refugees. It will involve assisting staff, volunteers and relevant services to interact effectively with the new arrivals via interpretation and translation of documents.
Full role description is available here: Translator, Interpreter & Cross-Cultural Worker – JD
How to apply
Please download and complete the Doras Luimní Application form and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Hannah Culkin, Resettlement Support Worker, Doras Luimní, Wexford County Council, Carricklawn, Wexford.
The closing date for applications is 14th July 2017 at 5pm.
Doras Luimní is an equal opportunities employer
We particularly welcome applicants from minority and/or migrant communities.
Journeys is a new education resource for primary school teachers with an interest in teaching children about migration, refugee protection and migrant rights.
Doras Luimní contributed to this resource as co-authors, in partnership with the DICE project and the Curriculum Development Unit in Mary Immaculate College. Activities in the resource are cross-curricular and the resource takes a whole-school approach.
Suitable for: Junior infants to sixth class
Authors: Brighid Golden (DICE) & Aideen Roche (Doras Luimní)
More information: Mary I College
To purchase copies: CDU in Mary I College
A symposium exploring arts participation of young refugees and asylum seekers will be taking place in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick on 31st May 2017.
Speakers include: Laura Hassler (Musicians Without Borders), Prof Helen Phelan (UL), Dr Charlotte McIvor (NUI Galway), Seán Love (Fighting Words), Dr Rachel Hoare (TCD), Tadhg Crowley (The Glucksman Gallery) and Dr Ailbhe Kenny (MIC).
The speakers and facilitators will present current research and practical approaches with a view to opening up a critical debate on how to seek new pathways for the arts with displaced children and young people. Through a sharing of expertise, the symposium will explore themes and topics relating to: arts education, arts displacement, participatory arts, arts/cultural identities, intercultural arts, traditional arts, as well as the role of the arts among young refugees and asylum seekers.
Date: 31st May 2017
Time: 10am to 4pm
Venue: Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
Book tickets: Eventbrite
Preparations are underway for Africa Day 2017 in Limerick. This year there will be several events throughout the city & county celebrating diversity and culture in all its forms.
Date: 22nd to 28th May 2017
Key events include: