Have you got a level 6 or more in BSL interpretation? The BSL team are fantastic and help to make sure that everyone can enjoy and experience the festival and worship together.
'The food was great, and so was most of the event, the people were lovely and so was the worshipping! Also, as my mother is deaf, it was so lovely to see a sign interpreter at the Main Stage arena so she could enjoy the festival without feeling dejected because she's not there just for the music! I am so grateful for that!' - BCDO Guest
We are looking for volunteer BSL Interpreters to cover a range of stages and artists (timings are still to be confirmed). We need around 8 - 10 interpreters each day.
We are looking for people with at least a Level 6 qualification. We cannot guarantee how much information you will be provided in advance, as we do not get set lists or songs until the last minute. In addition, the MC's do not work to a script, so experience is key.
What days do I need to work?
The BSL Team are required to work two days and 8 hours per day over the Saturday and Sunday. Shifts can be split to allow for rest times i.e. 4 hours on and 4 hours off.
When do I need to arrive?
You will need to be on-site no later than 8.30pm the night before your first shift. You will need to attend a briefing before you start your shift. Timings of these will be roughly 9.00am or 8.30pm everyday.