Independent Buddhist and Yoga teacher, counselor, and writer hiring part-time assistant to support online and live teaching business.
Location is flexible: job can be fully online.
Start date: immediately.
Who you are
You’re mature, responsible, self-motivated, and tech fluent, looking for flexible work in service of Buddhism in the West, individual and collective healing, and social justice.
You’re familiar with (and ideally already connected to) Buddhism, Yoga, healing work, and social justice discourse, and willing and able to further explore these bodies of work.
— upload, format, and post audio & video content
— manage social media: Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Patreon pages
Online course administration:
— individual and group sales
— course administration: student communication, technical support, scheduling
— manage contract workers (camera-person, video editing)
Live teaching administration:
— editing promo copy for workshops & classes
— promotion for workshops & classes
— retreat management: promo, registration, organization
— Website: WordPress with Elementor, LearnDash LMS, WooCommerce, PayPal, Square
— Social: Facebook, Instagram, Patreon, YouTube
— Admin: Mac OSX with Pages, Numbers, Keynote; Google Drive with Docs, Sheets, Forms
— Audio: Audacity, Quicktime
— Video: Adobe Premiere or Final Cut (optional: we usually hire out video processing)
— Text: strong English grammar, editing, & writing skills, web & library research
— Design: Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop or comparable, simple page design
Rates & Hours
— Compensation appropriate to experience, including hourly rate + commission on online course sales
— 10 hours/week to start, with the intention to grow as online course sales grow. Potential exists for a full-time position within a year or so if online platform thrives.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume or CV to us here. Mention all the skills above you have or don’t, your timing availability, and why a job like this is good for you right now. Please also write just a bit about your relationship with Buddhist and Yoga practice, especially in their convert forms in the West, and your connection to social justice work.
We look forward to meeting you!