Deadline: 01 March, 2021

Location: Inhambane, Mozambique

Plan International is seeking to fill the role of Translator.

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.


  • Receive and do 100 percent quality checks for all sponsorship documents
  • Translate, analyse, prepare the list of all letters and send to national offices before the close of the month
  • Ensure all letters are appropriate and translate a good dialogue between the sponsors and the child
  • Process cancellations and replacement in the corporate system within days after receiving the request
  • Making follow-ups on the letters that have been asked for by national offices, ensuring they meet the new business rules standards
  • Keep all copies of letters sent to national office in child’s profile
  • Prepare monthly report on the problems identified in the letters per number received and send to sponsorship coordinator
  • Process WGCs, SCRs and ECO in corporate systems after quality checks and other corporate requirements as per the sponsorship book
  • Ensure 100 percent WGCs, SCRs and SCU are sent to sponsors with the time frame of the new business rule
  • File and maintain SC folders as per sponsorship standards
  • Promote and abide by Plan International policies and procedures including, but not limited to, gender equality mainstreaming, child protection policy, code of conduct and related mandatory reporting responsibilities
  • Ensure all incoming letters are passed on to the field for action two days after receival
  • Make weekly and monthly plans and share with the coordinator
  • Translate all other documents required in the department
  • Liaise with all CDFs on communication quality


  • Degree in English and Communication or Translation and Interpretation
  • Proven experience as a team player
  • Four years, minimum, of experience in translation
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

To apply and for more information, click here.

Photo source: Tim Evanson


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