The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is looking for dedicated and passionate individuals to join the Museum’s team and help support our mission. Since opening in 1993, the Museum has been committed to serving as a living memorial to the Holocaust. We are dedicated to helping leaders and citizens of the world confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. Our employees are an important and integral part of the successful operation of the Museum and its programs. We welcome a variety of ideas, experiences and perspectives to ensure we continue as a leading, living memorial to the Holocaust.
The Museum employs staff in a variety of areas, such as collections, marketing, fundraising, education, exhibits, programming, Museum shop, and many others. A list of our current job openings is included below. Thank you for your interest in working at the Museum.
- Development Assistant
- Grants Specialist
- Policy Assistant (Simon-Skjodt Center)
- Policy Manager (Simon-Skjodt Center)
- Postdoctoral Fellow (Public History)
- Program Coordinator (Education Initiatives)
- Program Coordinator (IHPL)
- Sales Associate
- Visitor Services Representative, Floor (Federal)
- Web Producer
About the Museum
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that embraces a diverse and inclusive workplace. Applications from all qualified individuals will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or any other protected status. For more information, see the Museum’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy (PDF).
It is the policy of the Museum to meet or exceed the requirements of Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act by ensuring equal access and employment opportunities to qualified employees and applicants with disabilities in part by providing reasonable accommodations to employees or applicants with a disability. For more information about the Reasonable Accommodations policy, please visit our Accessibility page.
The Museum is an Independent Establishment of the United States Government and is required to follow federal civil service (Title V of the United States Code) regulations and procedures in filling its federal positions. We also hire privately funded (donated) positions that are not subject to Title V regulations. US citizenship is required for all federal positions and verification of your legal right to work in the United States is required for all donated positions.
Museum Statement on Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion
The Museum is committed to cultivating and maintaining a culture of diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion (DEAI). Every member of our Museum community is responsible for ensuring that the Museum is free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and for promoting a diverse, equitable, accessible, and inclusive institution. This includes supporting DEAI throughout our workplace—in our policies, programs, culture, facilities, and technology. Please see the Museum Statement on Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion (PDF).