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    • Action! 🎥🎬   Do you have a passion for accessible content?   Join the Deaf-led creative team responsible for making documentaries, video clips/tours and social media accessible and enjoyable for Deaf audiences!   Working with local and national clients, your role as an Access Communication Support Worker (CSW) / Assistant Editor will surely be varied and exciting. Filming, subtitling, voice-over and BSL translation – no two days are the same!
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