Career Opportunities

Serving with Spirit Rock

Spirit Rock’s campus is set on more than 400 acres in beautiful Marin County, just about 20 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. We offer a range of residential and online retreats, drop-in classes, and Dharma training programs. A position at Spirit Rock is a wonderful opportunity to explore work as a practice in a supportive and caring environment. We seek employees who have a sincere interest in and commitment to bringing the practice of mindfulness to bear on all the activities of daily life.

In conjunction with our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiative (DEI), Spirit Rock is committed to a diverse work environment where everyone is welcome. We honor and celebrate different ideas, voices, perspectives, and backgrounds that help us create a robust and innovative multicultural organization.

We know by experience that prioritizing diversity and inclusion throughout our hiring process allows equitable treatment and accessibility to everyone seeking employment at Spirit Rock. We strive to create a workplace culture that reflects the communities we serve and empowers everyone to bring their full and authentic selves to our teams. All employees have the responsibility to treat fellow employees with the utmost respect and dignity at all times.

In our dedication to the DEI initiative, Spirit Rock provides ongoing multicultural competency training that is intrinsically tied to the values of diversity, equity and inclusion outlined in our mission and principles.

Benefits

We provide our staff with the following resources, care, and support to do and be their best while serving the Spirit Rock community.

Flexible Work Models

Paid Time Off

Healthcare (Medical, Dental, Optical)

403(B) Matching Retirement

Healthy Lunches

Paid Retreats

Open Positions

As Spirit Rock moves forward with our evolution of offering both online and on-land programs, new career opportunities continue to arise to fulfill the growing needs of our community. Our current full-time and part-time roles include remote, hybrid, and onsite opportunities.

Accounting

Senior Accountant

The Senior Accountant position at Spirit Rock Meditation Center will oversee general accounting and perform complex accounting tasks, including journal entries, reconciliations, and verifying financial transactions. The Senior Accountant will maintain a ledger to ensure the effectiveness and accuracy of all accounting tasks, including transactional processing, financial analysis, and annual budget responsibilities.

Hybrid

Full-time

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Controller

The Controller is responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting, and reporting activities. This role supports presentations to the board finance and audit committee, and works closely with the senior leadership team on all organizational finance and IT matters. The Controller leads all day-to-day finance operations and supervises the accounting team members including functional responsibility over the accounting department, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll. This role performs financial analysis for ad hoc projects and ensures that Spirit Rock has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation and conduct flawless audits.

Hybrid

Full-time

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Development

Annual Giving Manager

The Annual Giving Manager serves as a key development team leadership member and an active thought partner working with the Executive Director in strategy affecting Spirit Rock. They will be instrumental in engaging the Board, Executive Director, and the executive management team in the creation and implementation of an innovative and strategic fund development strategy that can sustain and strengthen all development needs for the entire organization.

Hybrid

Full-time

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Major Gifts Officer

The Major Gifts Officer is a strategic and self-motivated fundraiser committed to establishing and growing productive, long-term relationships with current and new donors, and bringing energy and creativity to the Development department. Reporting to and partnering with the Executive Director, the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a portfolio of at least 75 individuals throughout the Bay Area and greater California to raise support for annual and campaign gifts to Spirit Rock Meditation Center.

Hybrid

Full-time

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Development Coordinator

The Development Coordinator (DC) specializes in processing and acknowledging donated revenue and supports additional development department administrative operations like the annual fund, major giving, and legacy giving activities in collaboration with the other members of the Development team. This role is responsible maintaining the integrity of the entire donor database with support from the Database Administrator. They provide operational support for the Director of Development and fundraising initiatives as needed, including, but not limited to multi-channel appeals, events, and donor moves management.

Hybrid

Full-time

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Marketing & Communications

Bookstore Manager

Spirit Rock is seeking a Part-Time Bookstore Manager for approximately 15-19 hours per week. The Bookstore Manager is responsible for overseeing and managing the operation of the bookstore, which sells books, gifts, and tools used for meditation practice.

Onsite

Extra hire

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