£25,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum has remained Britain’s only permanent place of Holocaust remembrance and learning since 1995. We’ve become a home-from-home for a group of inspiring speakers: survivors of the Holocaust, attracting an ever-growing list of school and adult visitors. These survivors are very much an extension of the founding Smith family.

We are about to embark on a £5 million redevelopment of the site and to invest in our outreach and digital activities and this role is a vital part of this new work. Reporting to the Trusts and Grants Manager you will help ensure that we achieve our income ambitions. You will manage your own portfolio of funders, identify new funding opportunities and contribute all aspects of the trusts and foundations programme.

We are seeking an enthusiastic team player with experience of making applications to trusts and foundations. You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills and an exceptional eye for detail. We are open to people working remotely, but you will need to visit the Museum in Nottinghamshire fairly frequently. We are also open to applicants who want to work part time.

More about The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The Centre was the brainchild of James and Stephen Smith along with their mother Marina who in 1991 visited Yad Vashem- Israel’s national... Read more

Refreshed on: 19 January 2022
Closed date: 30 January 2022 at 23:59
Tags: Fundraising

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