Learning Manager (full time, 37.5 hours per week).
The Holocaust Survivors’ Friendship Association is registered charity set up in 1996. Our aim is to
preserve the memory, testimony and records of Holocaust survivors based in Yorkshire for research,
teaching and learning. We recently opened our new Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre, in
partnership with the University of Huddersfield, based in the heart of the university campus. We
now have a vacancy for an experienced, committed Learning Manager to develop the learning
programme at our new facility.
The Learning Manager will be responsible for the Holocaust Exhibition & Learning Centre’s
programmes for formal and informal learners. You’ll develop and manage an innovative programme
of workshops and resources, based on the exhibition and collections, for a range of audiences
including schools, FE and HE providers, youth and community groups and adult learners. You will be
enthusiastic and self-motivated with excellent communication skills, able to build rapport with a
wide range of people. You’ll have substantial experience of developing creative learning
programmes based on archive and/or museum collections, including digital collections. You will be
able to balance an audience-focused approach with historical rigour and an awareness of the
subject’s contemporary relevance and sensitivity. You will also have business acumen and be able to
contribute to fundraising and income generation strategies. This is a demanding but rewarding role
with great opportunities for development.
For further details please click here: HELC - Learning Manager Job Description
The closing date for this role is 5pm on Monday 29th October 2018. Interviews will be held on 5th and 6th November in Huddersfield.