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Team-based Right Livelihood opportunity with New View in Cambridge, UK

Posted by Charlotte Lawes on Tue, 4 July, 2017 - 13:32
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Charlotte Lawes

New View Residential is looking for a new team member to join a dynamic and professional Team-Based Right Livelihood in Cambridge. 

Team-based Right Livelihood’s offer fantastic opportunities to deepen our practice with other Buddhists, integrate our values into our every day lives more fully, and contribute our energy and skills to projects that have a positive impact on the world. 

New View Residential is one such organisation, and is now advertising a new position for a man or woman to join it. 

Watch this great short video to get a sense of the atmosphere and ethos of the team. 

“We are looking for applicants who are keen to share in the broad development of the business with particular interest in property management.

New View Residential is an ethical letting and property management business owned by the Windhorse Trust. It offers a vital service in helping to provide accommodation on an ethical basis and plays a key role in the activity of the Windhorse Trust. The Windhorse Trust in turn provides significant financial support for projects across Triratna. We are also part of the Cambridge Triratna Buddhist Mandala.  

Our team currently consists of four Order Members (Kulapriya, Prasannavira, Keturaja and Samamati), all with very extensive experience of Team-Based Right Livelihood (TBRL) within Triratna.  The business is a social enterprise giving half its surplus to Triratna and the other half to charitable projects designated by our landlord-clients.  As well as offering valuable Right-Livelihood opportunities to practice within the workplace and participate in kalyana mitrata, the business also aims to support the accumulation and dissemination of knowledge and experience in the field of property management for the benefit of the whole of Triratna.”

Interested? Read the full advertisement on the “Triratna jobs, volunteering and communities space” for more information, including contact details. 

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