Windhorse:evolution has opportunities for men and women who wish to deepen their Dharma practice in the context of a Triratna sangha workplace. Positions are available at our Cambridge headquarters and there are opportunities to live in a residential spiritual community if needed. Windhorse:evolution aims to provide supportive conditions in which to practise Right Livelihood both in the workplace and also within the wider context of the Cambridge Buddhist Centre and local Buddhist Sangha.
Remuneration is available on a wage/salary or support...
By lokabandhu on Sat, 13 Jul, 2013 - 09:29E-commerce Manager
at Windhorse: Evolution Cambridge, UK An exciting new opportunity is available at Windhorse:Evolution to help establish, manage and move forward online sales for the retail side of the business, Evolution.
If you are interested in working with other Buddhists, have excellent organisational and communication skills, as well as experience or an interest in online retail, then please contact our personnel department to receive the full Job Specification and /or apply: personneladmin [at] ...
By lokabandhu on Wed, 14 Nov, 2012 - 12:15Customer Services AdvisorWindhorse:evolution, Cambridge
Windhorse:evolution are seeking a committed Triratna Buddhist for the vacancy of full-time Customer Services Advisor (35 hrs per week, Mon to Friday 9-5pm)
Windhorse:evolution is based in beautiful Cambridge, UK. It was formed in 1979 to raise funds for Buddhist projects and provide ethical work opportunities for those interested in Team-Based Right Livelihood. Over the years we have raised millions of pounds for many worthwhile Buddhist and social projects around the world. There...
By Windhorse Evolution on Fri, 31 Aug, 2012 - 12:32Keturaja, the managing director of Windhorse:evolution, will be a speaker and facilitator at the international workshop in Brussels; “Buddhist Values in Business and its Potential for Europe” on 24-25 November 2012.
Partly inspired by Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness, the gathering will allow participants to:
explore, discuss and agree on key characteristics of profitable business enterprises aligned with Buddhist values;
recommend business models and policy changes to support the development of such enterprises in Europe;
put the idea/culture of Buddhist Business Management on the