Since the charity’s founding in 2013, Remembering Srebrenica has been working to raise awareness of the genocide in Srebrenica and in 2015 created 66 million TV, radio and press campaign viewing opportunities for people to learn about Srebrenica. The charity is part funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government and it works to tackle hatred and build a better safer, more cohesive society for everyone through:
- Keeping the memory alive through organising commemoration events, which bring communities together to REMEMBER the victims of genocide;
- Taking people on our ‘Lessons from Srebrenica’ visits programme to LEARN the lessons from the genocide
- Creating champions who PLEDGE to stand up to hatred and intolerance in their communities
We are always on the lookout for talented and passionate people to join us to ‘Remember, Learn, Pledge’. We recognise that our strength lies in the quality of our employees and rely on your enthusiasm, experience and commitment to maintain and build on our successes.
If you would like a chance to make a difference to communities in the UK, to use the past to inform the present and help to create a better, safer, more cohesive society for all please apply below.
Applications are now being invited from suitable candidates for two posts:
Outreach and Education Officer;
These roles will play a key part in helping to remember the victims of the Srebrenica genocide and help thousands of people across the UK learn more about this dark chapter of history to use these lessons to build stronger, safer, more cohesive communities. Please apply with a CV and Supporting Statement to email@example.com by no later than 09.00am on Friday 16th December. Your application will be judged on how you meet the person specification. You should, therefore, demonstrate these in your Supporting Statement.
Please see the attached job descriptions for more information and details as to how to apply.