Inspired by Buddhist values, Karuna exists to end caste-based discrimination, poverty and inequality in India and Nepal. Our work with individuals focuses on education, dignified livelihoods and gender equality, transforming communities and changing society.
Karuna is currently recruiting for an I T Manager. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining IT systems to enable our fundraising, programmes and finance teams to carry out their work as effectively as possible.
We offer a generous and flexible support package...
Do you have an inquisitive mind? Always seeking to find solutions to problems and trying out the latest technology? Do you push the boundaries of coding to achieve creative responses to challenging projects?
We are an innovative, forward-thinking technology business which specialises in Open Source technologies. We work with everything from local business to international organisations and we are good at what we do. We are established as a Right Livelihood business, based in Ipswich, Suffolk near to several thriving sanghas.
Are you a well organised, professional and friendly person? Are you looking for an opportunity to apply your skills in an office environment?
About Virya Group
We are an innovative forward-thinking technology business which specialises in Open Source technologies. Our business is founded as a Buddhist Right Livelihood and operates to an ethos statement which explains how we work in basic terms. You don’t have to be Buddhist to work for us, but every employee needs to be at least sympathetic to all five...
The Triratna Development Team is looking for a new team member.
We are looking for an Order member, to work for the European Chairs Assembly, who is inspired and enthusiastic about the movement and who wants to make a difference. You will be working to develop, manage and support initiatives and projects that give expression to the Chairs Assembly’s and Preceptors College’s vision and strategy for the movement. The role will also involve resourcing the work of Buddhist Centres...