Lithuanian Speaker Recovery Connector

Lithuanian Speaker Recovery Connector

Organisation role · Flexible hours
70 Oak St, Norwich NR3 3AQ, UK
Translation
HealthWellbeingCommunity & family
Good health and well-beingReduced inequalities
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The Matthew Project
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Summary

Are you a fluent Lithuanian speaker? We are looking for a Lithuanian speaker to support our members on an ad hoc basis.

Detailed description

We are looking for a Lithuanian speaker to support our members on an ad hoc basis. You will help them to feel welcome, complete an assessment with our team and interpret when needed. You do not need to be an experienced translator but it is essential that you are non-judgemental, pass on exactly what is said/meant and confidentiality is vital.


The need will be dependent upon the requirement of the individual member.

This could be an ideal opportunity for someone who wants to gain experience in social care, education, mental health or translation.


Personal qualities are also important, such as good listening skills, positive attitude, reliability, good communication skills and commitment to recovery principles


Volunteers must be able and willing to attend induction training.

Out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

References and an enhanced DBS will be requires, which we will organise

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs

Getting there

We are the city side of Oak Street, not far from the Halfords roundabout.
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About The Matthew Project

Our work benefits a wide range of people from a wide range of different backgrounds. We help these beneficiaries to achieve better physical and mental health, better relationships with others, and overall better quality of life, along with access to more opportunities.

As well as the individuals themselves, our work also creates social change and improvements to the local community in a range of different ways. These include improved family relationships and friendships, reductions in drug/alcohol misuse, reduced strain on local health and wellbeing services, reductions in rates of offending, and improved skills and employment outcomes for our service users, all of which help to regenerate the local community.