Vacancies

TRUSTEES – 3 VACANCIES

2 With Education Experience, 1 Treasurer

This is an exciting time for the Anne Frank Trust UK. With a new management team and forward strategy, we are enhancing our highly regarded education programmes, and launching innovative pilot projects around empowerment, creativity and voice.

We are looking for three talented and visionary people to join our board of trustees to help guide, oversee and support these ambitious developments.

Full role descriptions, including person specifications, can be downloaded below.

HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your CV with a covering letter saying why you would like to join our board and how you meet the Person Specification. Please send your application by noon on Monday 18 November 2019 to our Director of Resources Jonathan Bruck jonathan.bruck@annefrank.org.uk

Interviews will take place during the week beginning 25 November.

Successful applicants will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

 

Freelance Filmmaker

HOURS
School hours and school term work between September 2019 and March 2020 in first instance with potential opportunities for further work after this date. Days worked will differ throughout this period, and so flexibility will be appreciated.

REMUNERATION
Rates are flexible upon appointment

BASED
The work is mainly based in secondary school across London, with the occasional requirement to meet with Anne Frank Trust staff at our head office or another external location in London.

THE ANNE FRANK TRUST UK
Prejudice and discrimination harms individuals, communities and society. The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity that uses Anne Frank’s life and diary to empower young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination.

We partner with schools, local authorities, criminal justice education services and others, to deliver education to young people in a variety of settings, predominantly in schools. Our interactive and impactful programme includes an exhibition of Anne Frank’s life and diary, combined with workshops, peer education and an ambassador programme.

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
As part of the Anne Frank Trust UK’s Free To Be programme, you will be responsible in supporting a small group of secondary school pupils in creating a short film about an issue of prejudice, discrimination and/or bullying. You will be helping generate storyboards, creating footage and editing the film with young people.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Working with a small group of young people (between 4 and 8 students) for a day
  • Helping young people generate storyboards and scripts for their film
  • Filming and creating footage in school
  • Editing the film
  • Ensuring the safety of young people under your supervision

CORE COMPETENCES, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Download the pdf using the button below.

We are committed to building a culturally diverse organisation and strongly encourage applications from BME and disabled candidates.

Application is by way of CV and links to examples of your work and your daily rate to rachel@annefrank.org.uk

Please note:

  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • An editor position will also be advertised
  • Successful applicants must be willing to work flexible hours under the direction of the Anne Frank Trust UK and willing to travel around London.

Successful applicants will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

 

Ambassador Youth Conference Event Manager – Freelance Contract

The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity which seeks to challenge prejudice and discrimination. In March 2020, the Anne Frank Trust UK will host its Annual Ambassadors Conference.  The conference is an opportunity to bring together our Anne Frank Ambassadors from across the country to showcase the work they have been doing over the course of the year, and develop new skills and learning.   Our Ambassadors are between the ages of 13-15. This year’s conference will hold special significance as it will form part of the Anne Frank Trust’s commemorations of the 75th anniversaries of both Anne Frank’s death and the liberation of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp.  Both of these events will form a central part of the 2020 conference. In order to achieve this, the Anne Frank Trust is looking to appoint a freelance Events Manager who will lead on all aspects of the conference.  We require someone with a strong background in organising youth events.

Job Specification:

  • In close collaboration with AFT colleagues, create, design and implement delivery the Anne Frank Ambassador Conference
  • Oversee creation of all marketing and promotion resources
  • Manage the ambassador application process
  • Plan and handle all logistics including travel arrangements, catering, etc
  • Manage all external stakeholder relationships including guest speakers, schools, event venue, corporate sector volunteers
  • Management of the event budget
  • Responsibility for health and safety
  • Management of post event evaluation report
  • Source and book guest speakers.
  • Reporting to Sarah Nuzum, Director of Education

Person Specification:

  • Experience of managing youth events and conferences
  • Experience of managing events to budget
  • Creative and innovative
  • Can do attitude can demonstrate own initiative.
  • Able to work independently as well as a team player
  • Strong time management and organisational skills.
  • Highly motivated fast learner

To start as soon as possible, minimum of two days per week to begin with, this may/will increase in the immediate weeks to the conference.  The conference is due to take place on Thursday 5th March 2020 at the Museum of London, Docklands.

Please provide CV, supporting statement and indication of daily rate.  We would be looking for an immediate start. All applications should be submitted to Rachel Elgy; Rachele@annefrank.org.uk

The closing date is Monday 18th November and interviews will also take place during this week.