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Appointment of Interpreters and Translators 29 May 2007

The Isle of Man Government maintains a register of Interpreters and Translators for spoken and written languages, who are willing to make their services available to the Government.

The Register is currently being revised, and persons who are willing to be on the Register are invited to write in the first instance to Mrs C Mallon, Chief Secretary’s Office, Government Office, Bucks Road, Douglas or via email to It would be helpful if those persons who have in the past volunteered their services could confirm that they are willing to continue to be available.

The main areas within Government which require Interpreters and Translators are as follows:

• Criminal Justice (inc Police and Courts)

• Health Services

• General Government Functions

Payment may be made for specific services.

Persons willing to make their services available will be asked to declare any criminal convictions, and will be subject to a Police Vetting Check.

The closing date for applications is 6th July 2007.

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