Expedition Spanish Interpreter

1st September 2015
Expedition Spanish interpreter

¿Hablas español? If so, put your language skills to good use on a Raleigh expedition!

Spanish Interpreters play a vital role in the smooth running of our projects in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. This role requires you to be a Project Manager and draw upon your language skills when necessary, particularly when communicating with people in communities or our project partners. You will work alongside one or two other Project Managers and be responsible for motivating and supporting a group of 12 – 14 international volunteers on our community, environmental or adventure projects. It’s a vital role to inspire our volunteers and integrate them with the local community.

Project based roles are extremely rewarding. You will see the impact that Raleigh and our volunteers have on environments, communities and individuals first hand. You will also develop your own skills and leadership experience.

To volunteer as a Spanish Interpreter you must have at least conversational Spanish speaking skills and basic Spanish writing skills. You do not necessarily need previous project management experience. As well as this you must also be flexible, adaptable and have a desire to work with young people.

Want more information on this role? Give us a call on +44 (0)207 183 1295 or email volunteermanagers@raleighinternational.org


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