Freelance role: Regional Support Worker for the East of England 

HMDT’s Regional Support Workers are key to ensuring that there is an increase in activities and events put on to mark Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD). Support Workers encourage new and existing activity organisers to organise commemorations on or around 27 January. After HMD, Support Workers are responsible for capturing information about the activities and events held in their region. The focus of the role of the Regional Support Worker is outreach work at a grassroots level. We are recruiting a Support Worker for the East of England region (Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk). 

Deadline for applications 12 noon, Friday 26 August 2016  

Interviews to be held in London on Tuesday 6 September 2016

To apply please read the covering letter and job description before completing the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form. Email your application to 

East of England Regional Support Worker covering letter 

East of England Regional Support Worker role description

East of England Regional Support Worker application form 

East of England Regional Support Worker equality and diversity monitoring form 

Contract opportunity: opportunity for a filmmaker to create a short online film for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

We are seeking a filmmaker to create a short (one to two minute) film, based on the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 – How can life go on? – which will raise awareness of HMD 2017, be shared on social media, and encourage participation in HMD’s online arts engagement project.

To request the brief for the project please contact Rachel Century at

The deadline for expressions of interest is Thursday 8 September 2016.

Presentations and interviews will be held on Monday 19 September 2016.


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