Last year the Ecodharma Centre launched a new initiative – the Ulex Project (http://ulexproject.org/). The Ulex Project is about using activist education to build capacity, impact and resilience in progressive social movements across Europe. It takes an approach that recognises the inseparability of transforming the self and transforming the world. Although the trainings are framed in a secular way, the project is underpinned by principles of Dharma.
To meet the enthusiastic response to our work at our...
Opportunity to join the Manchester Buddhist Centre team
Bookshop & Reception Manager (35 hours per week)
The post holder will oversee all aspects of our busy shop and reception, working with and supervising a committed group of volunteers. Tasks will include maintaining the reception rota, ensuring there is effective reception cover, buying and developing bookshop stock, overseeing aspects of the shop budget and the profitability of the shop, and general duties around the MBC.
Taraloka offers a unique context for women to live a full-time Dharma life, for being of service to others and for personal and collective transformation.
We’re looking for TWO new members of the Operations Team to start work in January 2018. The Operations Team collectively hold responsibility for the practical running and support of the retreat centre for example cooking, cleaning and support behind the scenes. As...
Vajrasana Retreat Centre is looking for a new member to join the residential team
The newly rebuilt Vajrasana Retreat Centre is now fully open and running a large programme of retreats. There is an on-site residential community of Dharmachari’s (Abhayavajra, Jnanaruchi and Saddhaketu) and an opportunity to join this team has become available.
The LBC is now inviting expressions of interest from any male Order member or experienced GFR Mitra who would be interested in living and working at Vajrasana.
Bristol Buddhist Centre is thriving and our sangha is growing. We’re looking for a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order to join the Centre Team to share the responsibility for facilitating
Communication of Sangharakshita’s vision including the tools of transformation
A flow of kalyana mitrata to build community and deepen commitment and Sangha
This would involve working with the existing team on our evolving ethos and culture of generosity, including working with volunteers as mentor and kalyana mitra to give them more sangha involvement and opportunity of Dharma service,...
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.