Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities at Tara Mandala

We have several employment opportunities available. These positions offer the perfect opportunity to integrate work life and Dharma practice in a cohesive way while living in a Dharma community. We invite you to join the Tara Mandala community, offer your services to the Dharma, and deepen your practice on the land!

On-site positions include room and board, a variety of housing options, and various benefits. All positions require legal eligibility to work in the USA.

The following jobs are available:

Live Programs Coordinator

This position is within the Online Programs and Learning Experience Team, and has the responsibility for supporting the development, implementation and revision of the ‘live’ online programs, including those that are completely ‘live’ webcast and those with pre-recorded video with supported live webcast.

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The Registrar is responsible for responding to inquiries and managing registration for retreats and other events. The registrar will advise an interested person in choosing a retreat or program. Informs guests of what to expect, logistics before arrival and be the first point of contact at arrival. Should be friendly, welcoming, helpful, and a good communicator and problem solver.

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Learn more about the culture at Tara Mandala:

Leadership Values »

Code of Conduct »

After one year of employment, all residential full-time positions include a paid two weeks Losar retreat each year, attendance at one 5-day on-site program, and other special residential staff teaching programs. Organic vegetarian and vegan meals are provided 3 times a day during programs, and twice on weekdays during the fall through spring months. Tara Mandala is a drug- and smoke-free community of committed Dharma practitioners. Please email us at: info @ taramandala.org if you have any questions.

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