Join me in getting to know our Recruitment Resourcing Manager Chloe Dewhirst


Ever wondered who the face behind the recruitment of the wonderful interpreters at Enable2 is, or who leads and executes our in-house inductions?
Six months ago, a very confident and joyful young lady walked into our old office at Douglas Mill to start her first day at work. Some of us see this as an extremely Read More

  • Welcome to Rachel our new booking clerk

19 April 2017 – Welcome to our new booking clerk Rachel and quarterly award winners announced

Hola! and welcome to our new booking clerk Rachel Fray who is studying Spanish. Previously she was teaching English to both children and adults in Madrid and has been a support worker for Kirklees College.

Rachel has a degree in American Studies from Hull University which included spending time studying in Los Angeles.

She said: I came Read More

  • Zaffar interpreting for Enable2

Why I love being an interpreter – by Zaffar

Zaffar Iqbal Rasul tells us why he loves his job as an interpreter for Enable2. He has been an Urdu interpreter professionally for the past 18 years, but being bilingual has allowed him to help people communicate in English from a very young age. He was born in Bradford in 1966 and his family came Read More

Welcome new mum Dominika back on our team

Our booking clerk team is delighted to have Dominika Popko back on board part-time after her maternity leave.

The proud mum now splits her time between looking after her daughter Maya, who is almost one year old, booking interpreters and being a Polish interpreter, mainly by video and telephone.

It was 12 years ago when Dominika came Read More

27 March 2017 – Staff at social enterprise gear up for their big move

Work is underway transforming the new Bradford city-centre base for Enable2, which provides interpreting and translation services, so they can expand and create more jobs.

The social enterprise plans to move into the larger premises by the end of May after recently recruiting over 60 self-employed interpreters. This number is set to increase as they provide Read More

Translation service benefits from City Centre Growth Zone funding

Translation service Enable 2 has benefited from City Centre Growth Zone funding after creating more jobs and making plans to move to new, larger premises in Bradford.

Enable 2, who deliver face to face, telephone and video interpreting and written translation services, has now expanded its business in the district and recently recruited over 60 interpreters Read More

  • looking for interpreters to work for us

Can you speak the languages we need? – we’re looking for interpreters

We’re looking for interpreters to work for us in the Bradford district and Sheffield who speak:-




Serbian and Bosnian






In return, we offer good rates of pay, support from a friendly team and self- development opportunities.


To find out more visit our careers page or speak to us – tel: 01274 237614

  • free one day training job seeking skills

Free one day training – job seeking skills

We are offering a free, interactive training day to help people looking for jobs in the public sector including health.

It will be held on Monday 13 March 2017, 10am – 4pm at New Mill, Victoria Road in Bradford BD18 3LD.

The session will offer job seeking skills including completing applications. It is aimed at those who may Read More

  • nominate interpreter or staff for quarterly awards

Nominate an interpreter or our staff for quarterly awards

Is there one of our self-employed interpreters or member of our staff that stands out for you? Why not nominate them for Enable2’s quarterly awards.

We are looking for nominations for the following awards:

Equality and Fairness
Being Proactive
Being Ambitious

You need to let us know their name, which value they have displayed Read More

  • launch of new support sessions for interpreters in Bradford

Launch of new support sessions in Bradford for Enable2 interpreters in Bradford next week

The launch of new support sessions in Bradford for Enable2 interpreters called ‘EnableU – Open Door’ is next week. They will help Enable2 interpreters to stay in  touch and have the opportunity to seek advice or ask questions.

The first support session is Wednesday 2 March, at 5pm, at Douglas Mill. It is aimed at a Read More