Opportunity to become Women’s Mitra Convenor at the Manchester Buddhist Centre, UK.
Here’s a fantastic opportunity to work with a dynamic, harmonious team at the Manchester Buddhist Centre as Women’s Mitra Convenor.
With a thriving women’s Sangha (of over 100 mitras, and over 50 ordination requests), there is plenty of scope to bring in your own unique vision and ideas to create ever better conditions for the Sangha to grow and flourish in the Dharma.
Opportunity to join the Manchester Buddhist Centre team
Dana Project Leader: 17.5 hours per week
Manchester Buddhist Centre is rapidly changing and developing in line with a clear and exciting vision. Located in the heart of the city we are home to a positive and rapidly growing sangha.
Participation and sharing responsibility for the MBC and each other are central to our ethos. The MBC was built by volunteers and members of our sangha continue to give generously in terms of time, money...
This page contains a wealth of material on Right Livelihood as practiced in Triratna.
It contains both canonical and contemporary material, much of it coming from Windhorse:Evolution. Many thanks to Saddharaja of Windhorse and Paul Powell of Karuna (and others) for collecting it making it available.
To start January 2017 (or sooner). Modest financial support available, including pension contribution and a retreat allowance.
Deadline for completed applications Friday, 21 October 2016.
For thirty years we have been in the vibrant, multicultural and leafy Moseley district, with good access to the facilities of Birmingham city centre. We are now looking for another Triratna Buddhist - with some understanding of building maintenance and project management, financial sense, and the ability to work effectively in a team and with volunteers, to join...
Practise and communicate Buddhism as part of the centre team at Triratna’s North London Buddhist Centre. The trustees are looking for two full-time members to join an established and effective team at our beautiful, well-located and flourishing centre.
This may be for you if you are interested in exploring work and practice within a Triratna team. One role requires financial skills including bookkeeping/ payroll, the second role includes fundraising/ event organising and/or caretaking/ maintenance. Full training will be provided.
Subhuti gives a rousing talk on some of the history behind team-based Right Livelihood within the Triratna Buddhist Movement. He then goes on to explain why it is so important; because it represents an opportunity to live a ‘full’ Buddhist life for...
In today’s FBA Dharmabyte, entitled “The Spirit of Cooperative Work”, Parami looks at Sangharakshita’s encouragement of cooperative work and Team-Based Right Livelihood businesses, examining the history of these types of businesses in the Triratna Buddhist Community as well as how we can keep the energy and momentum behind them alive...