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Program Associate

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) seeks a highly organized, articulate, self-motivated and positive individual to join our programs team as a Program Associate. We are looking for a candidate whose interests are deeply aligned with our vision and mission.

IONS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, experiential learning, and engaging a global community in the realization of our human potential. Constituents look to IONS as a source of scientific validation for transformative experiential practices, to find themselves in a robust community, and to deepen their personal experience of the interconnection of science and spirituality. Visit noetic.org to learn more.

The Position: Program Associate

The Program Associate is an integral member of a creative, and collaborative Programs Team that develops and delivers noetic learning experiences. Our programs are delivered through online webinars and workshops as well as through our community group network, and periodic in-person workshop offerings and events.

Primary areas of responsibility for the Program Associate include, but are not limited to, executing a range of tasks related to administrative and participant services for our various programs, supporting course development and delivery initiatives. If you are passionate about the creative process, developing workshop content and delivering transformational programs, this may be an excellent opportunity for you.

This is an exciting time to join the Programs Team, as we are in the process of dramatically focusing and refreshing our offerings, as well as modernizing our course delivery processes. This is an ideal role for someone who thrives on managing details and yet also desires creative input. We are moving toward a program development and delivery process that is highly iterative, and you will have a great space to work, learn, and grow.

This is a full-time position at our campus near Petaluma, CA.

Areas of responsibility and focus include:

Participant Support

  • Monitor and respond to or re-direct email inquiries, phone calls, online forums, and social media channels
  • Administer participant certification processes and continuing education units
  • Manage sales, shipping, and refunds for course manuals and materials
  • Facilitate scholarship process
  • Provide support for volunteer and intern recruitment and onboarding

Online Course Delivery

  • Run backend of webinars (using Zoom webinars and meetings technology)
  • Assist participants with basic technical/interface questions (how to unmute, chat, etc.)
  • Monitor participant chats and Q & A
  • Coordinate technical rehearsals and support guest presenters

Module and Course Building

  • Assist with course research and design
  • Project manage various lines of course development
  • Edit (minor), process, and upload audio and video content
  • Assist with development of handouts and support material

Marketing & Communications

  • Assist with preparation of newsletters
  • Manage email lists
  • Assist with creation of marketing materials (draft text for blogs, social media posts, web copy)
  • Project manage marketing campaigns (prepare emails, track lead acquisitions, monitor Google AdWords)
  • Update website content (HTML not required)

In-person Workshops & Events

  • Support pre-event activities  (registration, coordinating with facility or retreat center, etc.)
  • Provide delivery support and student administration (checking in, CE units, etc.)
  • Provide facilitator/instructor support (photocopying, sourcing materials, AV needs, etc.)
  • Coordinate and assist with setup and breakdown

Administrative Support

  • Act as point-of-contact for service accounts (Zoom, Thinkific, etc.)
  • Assist with program reporting and statistics
  • Provide other administrative support as needed

Qualifications:

  • Three years experience expediting administrative processes and project management
  • Ability to prioritize projects, meet deadlines, manage several projects simultaneously and work well under pressure, while keeping a positive attitude
  • Excellent written and verbal skills; exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Background and/or interest in the noetic/consciousness topics and experiential educational offerings
  • Prior course content development is a plus
  • Flexible, self-starter with a can-do attitude
  • Comprehensive understanding of Google Drive application suite, and demonstrated ability to learn new applications quickly
  • Familiarity with email platform such as Constant Contact or MailChimp
  • Experience with webinar software such as Zoom or Go-to-Webinar, and simple video editing tools a plus
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed
  • Able to lift 20 pounds

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your resume along with a cover letter describing what about this position speaks to you, and how your skills, abilities, and personal gifts align with this position. Send to [email protected] by May 15, 2018,  include your name and “Program Associate” in the subject line, and submit your cover letter and resume as separate attachments. No phone calls, please.

BENEFITS

Compensation and Benefits:

This is a full-time salaried position, in the range of $40,000 - $44,000 annually, depending on experience. Position includes competitive vacation, paid holidays, and health, dental, and basic life insurance.

 

Senior Development Associate

About the Institute of Noetic Sciences

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) seeks an experienced, highly organized, passionate, tech-savvy, self-motivated and energetic individual to join our fundraising team as a Senior Development Associate. We are looking for a candidate whose life purpose is aligned with our vision and mission. IONS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, transformative experiential learning, and engaging a global community in the realization of our human potential.

We conduct, advance, and broaden the science of what connects us, reaching new understandings about the nature of reality and our extended capacities. From what we learn, we create real-world tools that empower people to apply conscious awareness in their personal lives, and in healthcare, education, and business. At our EarthRise campus and online, we host a vibrant community of explorers and change agents who are working together to create a shift in consciousness worldwide.

IONS has over 3,000 annual donors, with more than 10% of them considered major donors. Through our email and online networks we directly reach over 150,000 people and collaborate with various sister organizations to extend our reach to over 1M people. Donors look to IONS as a source of scientific validation for transformative experiential practices, to find themselves in a robust community, and to deepen their personal experience of the science and spirituality interconnection.

The Position: Senior Development Associate

The Senior Development Associate will be part of a dynamic and collaborative Engagement Team that incorporates Development, Communications, and Community initiatives at IONS. The Associate will partner with our scientists and educators to deepen donor connections with the organization, our work, and our team. The primary areas of responsibility will include securing contributions from a portfolio of mid-range major donors, coordinating our cyclical giving campaigns, and stewarding our planned-giving program.

The Senior Development Associate is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and securing contributions from major donors and major donor prospects in the form of cash, stock, pledges, and estate/planned gifts. In order to accomplish IONS mission, strategic plan and campus development needs, this position will develop and grow a robust portfolio of prospects at the $1,000 - $25,000+ level. In addition, the Senior Development Associate will coordinate seasonal giving campaigns using email, website, social media, events and mailings. Finally, in coordination with leadership, the Senior Development Associate will be responsible for expanding our robust estate/planned giving program. The ideal candidate will be comfortable raising $1M - $2M in gifts and pledges annually.

You will never be bored at this job! The team is always creatively designing and executing fundraising activities, and you’ll have a great space to work, learn, and grow. It’s an exciting time to join our team as we gear up for a comprehensive operating, program, and capital campaign leading up to IONS 50th Anniversary (five years from now). The Senior Development Associate reports to the Director of Development and Communications.

Responsibilities:

  • Grow and manage a portfolio of ~120 prospects and donors with the capacity and affinity to give $1,000 - $25,000+
  • Raise $1M - $2M+ per year in gifts and pledges
  • Coordinate cyclical/seasonal giving campaigns
  • Expand and execute, in partnership with the team, a comprehensive estate/planned giving strategy
  • Help to coordinate, host, and manage fundraising and member engagement events, including the IONS Biennial Conference and associated fundraising events
  • In coordination with department and organization leadership, identify, develop, propose and implement strategies for donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship
  • Meet benchmarks for number of solicitations, face-to-face visits and dollars raised quarterly and annually
  • Track progress using Moves Management tools, including recording all interactions with donors in Donor Perfect
  • Build relationships and work collaboratively with staff and leadership, including the Board of Directors, to accomplish major, capital and planned giving strategies
  • Collaborate with Database Manager and finance department to appropriately track and prepare monthly, quarterly, annual, and as-needed reports and projections
  • Collaborate with Development Director and other staff to create collateral materials (annual reports and sponsorship deck, for example) for donor/prospect meetings
  • Embody the vision, mission, values and strategic objectives of the organization
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Track record of successful fundraising or sales, with at least three years experience
  • Success in asking and receiving donations ranging up to $25,000 or more
  • Experience in managing fundraising programs and campaigns, with focus on major, capital, and planned giving a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to clearly link IONS mission and programs with funders’ priorities
  • Disciplined self-starter who can set and achieve goals
  • Ability to complete your own administrative tasks A
  • Ability to prioritize projects, meet deadlines, manage several projects simultaneously and work well under pressure, while keeping a positive attitude
  • Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
  • High level of computer literacy (Microsoft Office Suite, GoogleDocs) and familiarity using donor databases, Donor Perfect a plus
  • Understanding of budgets as they relate to programs
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups including internal and external audiences
  • Flexibility and a good sense of humor are highly desirable
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed, some travel required
  • Connections and access to like-minded potential funders a big plus

How to Apply:

If you are interested in this position, please first visit and thoroughly explore noetic.org. Then submit cover letter and resume electronically to Hiring Manager at jobs(at)noetic.org by March 31, 2018. Include your name and “Senior Development Associate” in the subject line, and submit cover letter, resume, and any additional materials as separate attachments. No phone calls, please.

Compensation and Benefits:

This is a full-time salaried position, in the range of $80,000 - $90,000 annually, depending on experience. Position includes competitive vacation, paid holidays, and health, dental, and basic life insurance.

Development Administrative Assistant

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) seeks an experienced, highly organized, passionate, tech-savvy, self-motivated and energetic individual to join our fundraising team as a Administrative Assistant. We are looking for a candidate whose life purpose is aligned with our vision and mission.

IONS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, transformative experiential learning, and engaging a global community in the realization of our human potential.

We conduct, advance, and broaden the science of what connects us, reaching new understandings about the nature of reality and our extended capacities. From what we learn, we create real-world tools that empower people to apply conscious awareness in their personal lives, and in healthcare, education, and business. At our EarthRise campus and online, we host a vibrant community of explorers and change agents who are working together to create a shift in consciousness worldwide.

IONS has over 3,000 annual donors, with more than 10% of them considered major donors. Through our email and online networks we directly reach over 150,000 people and collaborate with various sister organizations to extend our reach to over 1M people. Donors look to IONS as a source of scientific validation for transformative experiential practices, to find themselves in a robust community, and to deepen their personal experience of the science and spirituality interconnection. Visit noetic.org to learn more.

The Position: Development Administrative Assistant

The Development Administrative Assistant will be part of a dynamic and collaborative Engagement Team that incorporates Development, Communications, and Community initiatives at IONS. The primary areas of responsibility will include supporting the Director of Development and Communications and our overall fundraising strategy, doing grants administration, contacting monthly and mid-level donors to ensure their pledged gifts are fulfilled, event production, and other work as needed.

The Development Administrative Assistant is responsible for making thank you calls to donors upon receipt of their gifts, supporting the application of grants and tracking their progress, making follow-up calls to monthly donors if their credit/debit cards are declined, and other activities as needed.

You will never be bored at this job! The team is always creatively designing and executing fundraising activities, and you’ll have a great space to work, learn, and grow. It’s an exciting time to join our team as we gear up for a comprehensive operating, program, and capital campaign leading up to IONS 50th Anniversary (five years from now). The Administrative Assistant reports to the Director of Development and Communications.

Responsibilities:

  • Grants Administration
    • Supporting the submission of science and programmatic grant applications
    • Tracking grants processes Keeping accurate records of grants
    • Maintaining grant files in Google drive and DonorPerfect
  • Making thank you calls for gifts received
  • Following up with Monthly Sustainers
    • Handling credit card declines
    • Doing relapsed donor calls
  • Event Production Support for our various engagement events
  • Support for our Major Donor Team
  • Collaborate with Development Director and other staff to create collateral materials (annual reports and sponsorship deck, for example) for donor/prospect meetings
  • Embody the vision, mission, values and strategic objectives of the organization
  • Assisting Director of Development and Communications as needed
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Track record of successful administrative duties, with at least three years experience
  • Superb time-management and project management skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Word and Excel skills
  • Fluency in Powerpoint and other Microsoft Office Suite applications and Google Drive applications
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to clearly link IONS mission and programs with funders’ priorities
  • Database Experience (DonorPerfect a plus)
  • Disciplined self-starter who can set and achieve goals
  • Ability to prioritize projects, meet deadlines, manage several projects simultaneously and work well under pressure, while keeping a positive attitude Proven ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups including internal and external audiences
  • Flexibility and a good sense of humor are highly desirable
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed

HOW TO APPLY

If you are interested in this position, please first visit and thoroughly explore noetic.org. Then submit cover letter and resume electronically to Hiring Manager at jobs(at)noetic.org by April 15, 2018. Include your name and “Administrative Assistant” in the subject line, and submit cover letter, resume, and any additional materials as separate attachments. No phone calls, please.

BENEFITS

Compensation and Benefits: This is a part-time, hourly position, in the range of $20-$30 per hour, depending on experience. We are looking to start with 20 hours per month with the opportunity to expand that based on successful completion of tasks as we ramp up for upcoming large campaigns.

EarthRise Event Services Set-Up Staff

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) owns and operates the majestic 194-acre EarthRise Transformative Learning and Retreat Center in southern Petaluma, CA, where over 5,000 guests each year engage in transformational programs and practices that foster self-reflection and personal growth. With six meeting rooms, 64 lodging rooms, and meals available for up to 100 people, we are an ideal venue for workshop leaders, organizations, and groups from around the world to host events and multi-day workshops.

Job Summary

The EarthRise Event Services Set-Up Staff is responsible for ensuring meeting rooms and AV equipment are set up completely and on time, in the layout as specified by the event coordinators and clients. The ideal candidate will work successfully with coworkers, clients, and guests as well as have good communication skills. This is an full-time position working some weekends.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for setting up and taking down tables, chairs, back jacks, and other items according to the meeting room configuration requested.
  2. Obtain proper linens and drape tables as necessary.
  3. Set up AV as ordered, test equipment, and perform an AV “walk-through” with the group leader upon arrival.
  4. Perform cleaning duties as part of each meeting room set-up (vacuum, dust, mop, clean windows, etc).
  5. Assist kitchen with snack & beverage delivery and pick-up as needed.
  6. Inspect meeting rooms for completeness of arrangements as detailed in the event logistics prior to the customer arriving.
  7. Deliver and setup additional equipment or furnishings to an event, as needed.
  8. Check meeting rooms during a retreat and vacuum floors, empty trash and carry dishes to the dining hall as needed.
  9. Breakdown and properly store tables, chairs, AV equipment and other items after each event.
  10. Track equipment and supplies inventory.
  11. Report maintenance needs.
  12. Perform additional tasks as required (i.e. maintenance, grounds keeping, trash removal, spa checks, bathroom cleaning, etc.).

Minimum Skills/Qualifications

  • 1 year of applicable experience required.
  • Previous AV experience highly desirable.
  • Be able to take initiative and use critical thinking to organize large and small projects.
  • Team player and communicates effectively with staff, management, and guests.
  • Able to work independently and efficiently in a fast paced environment.
  • Hospitality mindset with a positive, flexible, and customer service attitude.
  • An interest in transformative education is desirable.
  • This position uses some computer applications like Google Apps and Microsoft Office.
  • Eligible candidates must be 18 years or older.
  • 40 hours per week; schedule varies.
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to lift at least 40lbs.
  • Walking, bending, lifting required.
  • Work environment consists of beautiful vistas in a rural environment.
  • Must be able to walk distances of .25 mile at a time – this is the distance of our offices and the employee parking area.

To apply, please submit a resume, salary requirements, and a cover letter that describes your interest in working at EarthRise and your relevant experience. Email your resume to jobs(at)noetic.org. No phone calls, please. Please put “EarthRise Event Services Set-Up Staff” in the subject line of your email.

EarthRise Event Coordinator & Registrar

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) owns and operates the majestic 194-acre EarthRise Transformative Learning and Retreat Center in southern Petaluma, CA, where over 5,000 guests each year engage in transformational programs and practices that foster self-reflection and personal growth. With six meeting rooms, 64 lodging rooms, and meals available for up to 100 people, we are an ideal venue for workshop leaders, organizations, and groups from around the world to host events and multi-day workshops.

Job Summary

EarthRise Retreat Center is looking for an Event Coordinator & Registrar to work with our Event Manager and Operations Team. The Event Coordinator is the primary liaison and logistics contact for groups hosting on-site events. The position requires strong computer, communication, administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills. The ideal individual is able to exercise good judgment and flexibility in a variety of situations and priorities, has project or event coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients and retreat center guests.

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for logistical planning and execution of approximately 100 retreats annually.
  • Develop strong relationships with group leaders & coordinators in order to understand and serve groups’ needs while on campus. This includes scheduling orientations, determining optimal meeting room and audio visual set up, addressing special needs, assigning & collecting group lodging assignments, and collecting dietary and meal information.
  • Understand and able to apply contractual financial obligations at several points prior to an event (60- 30- 5- days)
  • Track changes during an event and wrap up the final lodging and meal counts, audio visual rental and meeting room changes for final invoicing.
  • Coordinates Community Events (ie Friendly Favors, Weekly Qigong, Community Group Meetings)
  • Act as the point person/coordinator for IONS events (Staff Meetings, Holiday Party, BOD/Circle Meetings, Open House, Fundraising Events)
  • Registration Management Services (Registrar): Build out the registration links in RegOnline; answer guest questions and assist guests with registration; assign guest lodging; assist with guest registration/check-in upon arrival; track event financials when groups purchase this service
  • Respond to guest needs in a timely, courteous, and efficient manner

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills. Must be able to manage and prioritize up to 20 or more events at one time while maintaining a high level of attention towards details along with a positive attitude.
  • Customer service/hospitality mindset: committed to providing an excellent experience for our guests.
  • Ability to analyze information, think strategically, and solve problems creatively and independently
  • Requires basic mathematical skills and ability to comprehend and adhere to event contracts.
  • Must have 2 years previous work experience in an office setting, preferably in project or event coordination.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrates initiative, is conscientious, and provides complete follow through on all aspects of responsibility.
  • Must be able to walk between multiple buildings on campus over uneven terrain; work at a computer the majority of the day; able to carry, lift, and bend to set-up chairs, zafus, yoga mats, white boards, and other small equipment on occasion.
  • Thrives in a quick-pace environment; flexible and adaptable.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word & Excel. Able to quickly learn complicated event management systems (EMS, RegOnline, etc).
  • Bachelor’s degree

This is a full-time, salaried position. Work hours are generally Monday through Friday, but flexibility to accommodate evening/weekend hours may be necessary from time-to-time.

To apply, please submit a resume, salary requirements, and a cover letter that describes your interest in working at EarthRise and project or event management experience. Email your resume to jobs(at)noetic.org. No phone calls. Please put “EarthRise Event Coordinator” in the subject line of your email.

Dish/Prep Crew Member

Join a creative and respectful work environment where you’re treated like a human being with flexibility in schedule. We encourage having fun while we work hard. We love what we do and hope you do, too. There is no yelling in this kitchen. Opportunities to participate in retreats are sometimes available. Creative and intuitive cooking valued.
 
We seek a part-time and/or full-time, punctual, reliable, hardworking, flexible professional Dish/Prep crew member who is immediately available to work weekday and weekend day-time shifts (6:30am-2:30pm) and evening shifts (2pm-9pm). Applicants must have reliable transportation as we are inaccessible by public transit.  Natural, Whole food experience a plus.
 
The job: Member of a crew preparing Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner. Both cold and hot food; setting up and breaking-down of buffet; unloading order deliveries; deep cleaning; opening and closing procedures. The EarthRise Kitchen team serves guests at EarthRise Center, a beautiful, rural retreat center for multi-day group retreats in the hills outside of Petaluma, CA.
 
Job Description
  • Upholding EarthRise Center’s Standards
  • Customer Service/Front of House
    • Providing courteous and friendly customer service
    • Answering customer questions 
    • Helping to accommodate those with special dietary needs
    • Prep Work/Cooking 
  • Following the direction of the lead
    • Utilizing safety and sanitation procedures (serve-safe certification required-after employment ok)
    • Maintaining kitchen area, equipment, utensils in a clean and orderly condition
    • Cleaning and preparing various foods for cooking and serving
    • Setting up and breaking down buffet table 
    • Rotating and maintaining order in dry storage and close door all the way
    • Rotating and maintaining order in walk-in and close door all the way
    • Rotating stock in reach-in fridge and cleaning interior and exterior as necessary
  • Clean Up of the Kitchen
    • Sweeping/mopping floors 
    • Wiping/sanitizing counters 
    • Putting dishes away
    • Putting leftover food away with date and expiration date
    • Breaking down coffee area (Night)
    • Bringing compost and recycling outside and covering tightly (Night)
    • Sanitizing all counters and sinks (including floor drains as necessary)
    • Cleaning flat top, range, top of oven
  • Garbage/Compost/Recycling
    • Trading out buckets
    • Bringing the above to the dumpsters
    • Washing compost buckets
    • Washing down and organizing loading dock
  • Dishwashing/Cleaning Dish Room
    • Cleaning dishes
    • Replacing dishes for next meal
    • Breaking down and cleaning dish machine
    • Sweeping/mopping the floor (Night)
    • Replacing compost and recycling bucket for next shift
  • Clean-up of the Dining and Serving Areas
    • Sweeping/Mopping the Floors
    • Wiping Down/Sanitizing Tables
    • Clearing Remaining Dishes from Tables
    • Lowering Umbrellas (Night)
  • Snacks
    • Putting Together Cheese Plates and Fruit
    • Bringing Cups, Plates, Mugs, and Napkins
    • Fresh Coffee
  • Coffee
    • Brewing both regular and decaf as needed
    • Keeping both regular and decaf grounds stocked
    • Refreshing half n half as needed
    • Keeping area clean and orderly
    • Stocking teas
    • Replacing garbage with clean can liner
  • Whatever Comes Up that needs Doing/Fulfilling Management’s requests
    • Communicating with staff and management
 
Wage: $13-$16/ hour; Negotiable depending on experience; meal provided during shift; benefits package available if eligible (Health, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick time). 

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter that describes your interest in working at EarthRise and your experience. No phone calls. 

Lead Cook

Join a creative and respectful work environment where you’re treated like a human being with flexibility in schedule. We encourage having fun while we work hard. We love what we do and hope you do, too. There is no yelling in this kitchen. Opportunities to participate in retreats are sometimes available. Creative and intuitive cooking valued.
 
We seek a part-time and/or full-time, punctual, reliable, hardworking, flexible professional Lead Cook who is immediately available to work weekday and weekend day-time shifts (6:30am-2:30pm) and evening shifts (2pm-9pm). Applicants must have reliable transportation as we are inaccessible by public transit.  Natural, Whole food experience a plus.
 
The job: Leading the preparation of Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner with a crew of 1 to 4 others. Both cold and hot food; setting up and breaking-down of buffet; unloading order deliveries; deep cleaning; opening and closing procedures. The EarthRise Kitchen team serves guests at EarthRise Center, a beautiful, rural retreat center for multi-day group retreats in the hills outside of Petaluma, CA. Our menu features seasonal, organic, unrefined, and local ingredients.
 
Job Description
  • Upholding EarthRise Center’s Standards
  • Customer Service/Front of House
    • Providing courteous and friendly customer service
    • Answering customer questions 
    • Helping to accommodate those with special dietary needs
  • Prep Work/Cooking
    • Leading staff with clear directions
    • Utilizing safety and sanitation procedures (serve-safe certification required-after employment ok)
    • Maintaining kitchen area, equipment, utensils in a clean and orderly condition
    • Cleaning and preparing various foods for cooking and serving
    • Setting up and breaking down buffet table 
    • Rotating and maintaining order in dry storage and close door all the way
    • Rotating and maintaining order in walk-in and close door all the way
    • Rotating stock in reach-in fridge and cleaning interior and exterior as necessary
  • Clean Up of the Kitchen
    • Sweeping/mopping floors
    • Wiping/sanitizing counters 
    • Putting dishes away
    • Putting leftover food away with date and expiration date
    • Breaking down coffee area (Night)
    • Bringing compost and recycling outside and covering tightly (Night)
    • Sanitizing all counters and sinks (including floor drains as necessary)
    • Cleaning flat top, range, top of oven
  • Clean-up of the Dining and Serving Areas
    • Sweeping/Mopping the Floors
    • Wiping Down/Sanitizing Tables
    • Clearing Remaining Dishes from Tables
  • Snacks
    • Putting Together Cheese Plates and Fruit
    • Bringing Cups, Plates, Mugs, and Napkins
    • Fresh Coffee
  • Coffee
    • Brewing both regular and decaf as needed
    • Keeping both regular and decaf grounds stocked
    • Refreshing half n half as needed
    • Keeping area clean and orderly
    • Stocking teas
    • Replacing garbage with clean can liner
  • Whatever Comes Up that needs Doing/Fulfilling Management’s requests
    • Communicating with staff and management
 
Wage: $17-$22/ hour; Negotiable depending on experience; meal provided during shift; benefits package available if eligible (Health, Dental, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick time). 
Apply with resume and cover letter by email only.
 
To apply, please email a resume and cover letter that describes your interest in working at EarthRise and your experience. No phone calls. 

Nondiscrimination Policy

The Institute of Noetic Sciences is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We want to have the best available persons in every job. Company policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical condition), genetic information, sexual orientation, military and veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. It also prohibits unlawful discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of those characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of those characteristics.

About the Institute of Noetic Sciences

The Institute of Noetic Sciences is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to fostering a transformation in consciousness through science, education, and community. We conduct, advance, and broaden the science of what connects us, reaching new understandings about the nature of reality and our extended capacities. From what we learn, we create real-world tools that empower people to apply conscious awareness in their personal lives, and in healthcare, education, and business. We host a vibrant community of explorers and change agents who are working together to make a difference in the world. We also own and operate the majestic 194-acre EarthRise Transformative Learning and Retreat Center in Petaluma, CA, where over 5000 guests each year engage in transformational programs and practices that foster self-reflection and personal growth.