Leaf Pattern Design




We are seeking a communications and marketing professional who values conflict resolution, peace-building and resiliency skills, and building strong relationships with donors and community members through social media and email marketing.

ABOUT YOU: You generate clear, accurate, and brand-aligned messaging and can use words and images to tell a compelling story. You are adept at working with Facebook and Instagram publishing tools, Google Suite (including Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Forms), Zoom, and Wix or similar email marketing platforms. You have demonstrated experience managing social media accounts, producing written and visual content, and designing and optimizing email campaigns.


This is a 10-hour-per-week, remote position.

What we’re looking for:

  • A shared commitment to peace work, nonviolence, and anti-oppression practices

  • Strong writing and editing skills

  • Strong understanding of social media engagement

  • Creativity and enthusiasm for generating engaging and informative content

  • Professional experience in a relevant field, e.g.social media management, marketing, communications, PR, etc.

  • Familiarity with design tools like Canva and Photoshop is a plus! Video editing skills are a plus!



  • Become familiar with TCLP’s mission, culture, programs, history, and offerings.

  • Create and curate engaging and educational video and photo content for our Facebook and Instagram accounts, capturing the voice of the organization and bringing the spirit of Compassionate Listening to our followers’ social media feeds. (Examples may include facilitator spotlights, short interviews, exercises drawn from Compassionate Listening curriculum and materials, and short write-ups about our organization’s historical roots and current programs.)

  • Engage with our online community and respond to comments and requests

  • Use social media best practices to grow our audience and engagement

  • Create and curate engaging and educational video and photo content for our newsletter

  • Offer creative direction and tech support to help our team of facilitators create content (such as blog posts and short video clips) to promote their workshops.

  • Work with our co-directors to define our overall social media engagement strategy


  • Remote work 

  • Flexible schedule

  • The opportunity to stoke and hone your creative energies for a worthy cause

  • Access to an incredible community of heart-centered facilitators for support and relationship-building

As The Compassionate Listening Project expands, we are committed to building a team with diverse lived experiences and identities. Given this priority, we strongly encourage applications from people identifying as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, as well as LGBTQI+, neurodiverse, and differently-abled people.


Please apply for the Social Media Maven volunteer position here.

Social Media Maven
5-10 hours per week