The Director of the CBR Project will be responsible for the oversight and management of the Project within the United States. The ideal Director shares the Institute’s vision for integrating contemplative methodologies and scientific research into work for social transformation. The Director will be self-directed and highly collegial with an entrepreneurial spirit, and will have proven experience as a project leader with the professional background and drive to advance the CBR Project’s vision and work. The Director will provide leadership focused on the development of trainings and coaching for front line professionals and leaders, while establishing and strengthening partnerships and relationships with various agencies and organizations with the goal of enhanced resilience and mitigation of worker stress.
The Director will oversee a full time CBR Project Manager, and report to the Executive Director, with direct access to Diana Rose, Co-Founder of the Garrison Institute. They will also work with co-founding faculty and Garrison advisors, including Sharon Salzberg, world-renowned teacher and author, Gayla Stiles of New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center, Dan Goleman, New York Times journalist and best-selling author, and Dan Siegel, founding Co-Director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA School of Medicine.