Employment Opportunities

Compassion in Action Program Director

Namchak’s Compassion in Action Network is a movement and community of young people working to create a happy, just and flourishing world. In partnership with students, young adults and older allies across North America, we are growing a network of next generation leaders who are waking up together and acting with compassion for the benefit of all. Compassion in Action Chapters are a model for students to organize on college and university campuses. Our flagship offering – the Compassion in Action Fellowship– is a yearlong inner & outer change journey that supports campus-based students in learning meditation practice, building community, and engaging in meaningful social change.

We are a collaborative team. If our mission resonates with you, if you enjoy being of service and working in a positive and inspiring work environment, and if you’re a self-starter who naturally takes initiative and follows through, then this job may be a good fit for you.

Role Description

As the Program Director of the Compassion in Action Network, you will oversee the programmatic development, implementation, and well-being of our young adult and campus-based offerings. You will interface directly with our strategic partners, campus relationships, students, young adults, and adult allies, along with collaborating closely with members of the Namchak staff team.

Role Type: This position will start at 30 hours per week. Work schedule will generally be between 9 am-5pm in your time zone, with some evenings and weekends required. This is a remote work position with occasional trips to Namchak’s office in Missoula, Montana.

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Equal opportunity

Equal opportunity is a fundamental principle and core value at Namchak, where employment is based upon personal capabilities, competencies, and qualifications. We are committed to ensuring that job applicants and staff are not discriminated against regardless of race, creed, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, sex, or sexual orientation/gender expression.

Women, people of color, disabled people, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender non-conforming individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.