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FutureDharma Fund: Systems and Database Manager (0.5 FTE)

On Thu, 5 September, 2019 - 10:12
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FutureDharma Fund: Systems and Database Manager (0.5 FTE)

In the last 3 years FutureDharma has grown to support around 40 international projects. Currently our core team consists of Nandavajra, Amalavajra, Viryanaga and Patrick, who is looking to move on later this year. 

FutureDharma is therefore now seeking inspired, engaged and motivated people to join our exciting and harmonious team. This role is a part-time (0.5 FTE) Systems and Database Manager, to replace a part of the work Patrick currently does. 

The aim of this role is to maintain and develop our databases, reporting systems and payment systems, facilitating the work of our fundraisers and programmes assistant. Given the internationally of our work, flexible and efficient systems are vital in helping FutureDharma to support many more projects worldwide in future.

FutureDharma is now primarily based in South London, which has become a hub for the team’s activities. We therefore have a preference for London-based team members, although remote working individuals that could attend monthly team meetings will be considered. This role will work closely with, and be line-managed by, Viryanaga (Programmes and Finance Director).

This role is permanent, and would favour someone seeking a longer-term position due to the level of training and skills development which could be undertaken. Working hours are flexible by agreement. The role is open to Order Members or mitras, and the team aims to provide a rich context for spiritual development through the practice of right-livelihood, including support for ordination training. 

FutureDharma can provide a negotiated needs-based financial support package, including reasonable expenses, retreat allowance and pension contributions.

A full job description and application form can be found attached. We expect to interview for this post on Monday 14th October, in London. Alternatives may be possible.

nandavajra [at]

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