The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (HMDT) promotes and supports Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January) in the UK. We are at a particularly exciting time in HMD’s development. HMD 2015 saw 3,614 commemorative activities take place across the UK, and record levels of public awareness and engagement. We are now recruiting for two management positions who will help develop our strategy for the future development of HMD, building on the success of 2015.

Position: Finance and Resources Manager

Salary: salary scale:  £32,535 - £40,505

HMDT is seeking an individual with financial skills and qualifications to manage our financial and human resources, including grant and asset management and oversight of recruitment of staff and freelancers.
 
You will be able to support the Chief Executive in developing HMDT’s budget, providing forecasts, phasing, analysis and financial advice. You will be responsible for HMDT’s annual review and audit, and for our HR policies and recruitment processes. You will oversee our data collection and management, and line manage the administrative team. You will be able to convey financial information to colleagues and trustees.
 
The successful candidate will have a relevant financial qualification and an understanding of relevant legislation and HR requirements.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Friday 8 May 2015.
Interviews will take place in week commencing Monday 18 May 2015
 

Position: HMD development manager

Salary: salary scale £32,535 - £37,848

HMDT is seeking a strategic thinker and enthusiastic leader to build on the huge increase in local HMD activities to develop HMD across the UK.

You will be able to provide strategic advice to guide the development of HMD. You will be responsible for managing HMDT’s outreach and education functions, providing support to local HMD activity organisers and enabling the growth of HMD. You will have experience in creating and maintaining relationships, guiding and supporting others to create and deliver educational programmes, and line managing staff. 

You will need experience of working with a wide range of audiences, including adults and young people, and an understanding of the Holocaust and genocide.

The successful candidate will have an understanding of audience engagement and development, and possess excellent communication, management and organisational skills.

The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Friday 8 May 2015.
Interviews will take place in week commencing Monday 18 May 2015
 

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