JOIN THE UNF*CK YOUR BRAIN TEAM!

Led by founder Kara Loewentheil, KL Coaching, Inc’s mission is to empower women to undo the effects of evolutionary biology + social conditioning on their brains so they can create true authentic confidence from within.

We are committed to bringing more diversity, equity, and inclusion into the coaching and personal development industry by empowering BIPOC, women, and other marginalized groups to liberate their brains from oppressive belief systems and by modeling J.E.D.I. (Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion) principles in our workspace. We especially encourage applications from members of historically marginalized communities.

Studies show that men will apply to jobs when they believe they meet 40-60% of the qualifications, while women will usually only apply to jobs when they believe they meet 90-100% of the qualifications. We encourage members of any marginalized group, including women, who question their qualifications when they are not at 100% to apply anyway.


 

OUR VALUES:

We Pursue Liberation for All: We believe in interrogating systems that uphold oppression and marginalization and restrict the freedom of all people. We believe this practice starts with examining the way these systems have infiltrated our minds, and that we change the world by changing our thoughts first. We are committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in the work we produce and in the work culture and organization that produces it.

Integrity: We walk our talk and show up to lead and serve according to the same principles we teach. We are an example of the work and in alignment with our principles

Responsibility: We manage our minds and show up for the business. We never say “I don’t know” or “it’s not my fault.” We look for ways to take responsibility rather than to avoid it. We are 100% responsible for our jobs, the business, and our lives.

Excellence: We represent the best of the life coaching industry. We teach and coach and serve at the highest level. We don’t concern ourselves with what other coaches do and we never dumb it down. We operate at an advanced level and we trust our clients, contractors, and followers to rise to meet us. We raise the standard every day.


 

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING AT KL COACHING, INC. (REMOTE)

As the Director of Programming at KL Coaching, Inc., you will oversee, optimize, and innovate new and existing programming and special projects to manifest the CEO’s vision and transform clients’ lives across the globe.

Our foundational principle is that we take responsibility for our own thoughts, feelings, actions, and results. We show up with integrity, we focus on solutions rather than on problems, and we coach ourselves so that we can perform at the highest level. We are collaborative and any challenge in the business belongs to all of us to solve. If that sounds amazing to you, keep reading. 

POSITION OVERVIEW:

We are looking for an experienced Program Director to supervise a wide range of programs. You will be responsible for the delivery and overall success of each program. You will supervise staff and inform management on progress and performance.

The goal is to ensure every program will be delivered successfully and add the highest possible value to the organization while ensuring a transformative experience for clients at all levels.

RESULTS

The Director of Programming is responsible for overseeing and optimizing all programming, both current and new, with the goal of increase client retention and serving the company’s mission. The Director of Programming is responsible for aligning the CEO’s vision with her business objectives. The Director of Programming’s work facilitates the company’s impact in the world by expanding our reach and messaging, increasing our revenue, and helping us change the world in creative and educational ways.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Supervise all programs and staff involved to provide feedback and resolve complex problems
  • Plan the programs from start to completion involving deadlines, milestones and processes
  • Develop or approve budgets and operations
  • Devise evaluation strategies to monitor performance and determine the need for improvements
  • Discover ways to enhance efficiency and productivity of procedures and people
  • Apply change, risk and resource management principles when needed
  • Keep senior management informed with detailed and accurate reports or presentations
  • Reviewing proposals, assessing against company goals, providing feedback and oversight
  • Collaborating with the CEO, COO and Marketing Director to develop strategies for increasing reach of programming and special events
  • Running weekly client experience meetings
  • Overseeing an online membership program including live and virtual events, monthly Facebook challenges, and more
  • Developing surveys to establish benchmarks of success, reviewing survey feedback, and acting on takeaways for coaching initiatives and more
  • Occasionally writing content and curriculum as needed

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

Key to success in this role is the ability to oversee implementation of the programing strategy and to plan, develop, create, and monitor all programming initiatives to meet business objectives. The role will require a candidate with strong managerial skills, who can balance current projects and priorities with generating and implementing initiatives to optimize client experience. The ideal candidate will have online business knowledge and deep familiarity with the life coaching industry. A strategic mindset is required to excel in this role.

This job is for you if you:

  • Excel at empowering staff to do superior work in service of a common objective
  • Love to optimize processes to ensure that recurring programming is running as seamlessly and efficiently as possible
  • Are a strategic thinker who incorporates data analysis into your strategy
  • Are able to juggle many different objectives, projects, and priorities at once
  • Are able to hold big-picture vision with detailed analysis
  • Like working from home and having autonomy to figure out systems and processes for workflow and deliverables
  • Are able to learn new tools and tech systems easily
  • Are always thinking of things from the client’s perspective
  • Welcome feedback and see a job as a place to grow not only professionally but in your own personal development
  • Are uber resourceful – willingness and ability to figure out how to solve problems on your own
  • Are unflappable and able to remain calm and problem-solve in challenging situations
  • Are quick to implement and thrive on a fast-paced team
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This job is not for you if you:

  • Prefer to work alone without the support of a team
  • Struggle to communicate yourself and your vision to your colleagues
  • Thrive in environments where every day is the same
  • Get overwhelmed easily or have a hard time taking initiative to solve problems
  • Are unwilling to perform a mix of tasks ranging from strategic to supervisory to administrative
  • Are content with “good enough” results and find the pursuit of excellence stressful or scary.
  • Cannot effectively “manage up” – e.g., are afraid to be clear with your supervisor or the principle about what you need and when in order to accomplish your objectives
  • Fear making mistakes or doing something wrong and often get paralyzed by those concerns
  • Take any feedback that is not completely positive as a personal attack on your worth and value

FOLLOWING SKILLS ARE REQUIRED (TRAINING AVAILABLE FOR THE RIGHT CANDIDATE):

  • Deep expertise in and/or experience with the life coaching industry, membership communities, online communities
  • Thorough understanding of project/program management techniques and methods
  • Excellent knowledge of performance evaluation techniques and key metrics
  • A business acumen with a strategic ability
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Outstanding knowledge of data analysis, reporting and budgeting
  • Strong management experience
  • Superior communication skills
  • Familiarity with WordPress, Ontraport, Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, Slack, Vimeo, Wistia, JotForm, ClickUp a plus
  • Tech savviness & ability to adapt to new technology is a plus
  • Able to travel on occasion
  • Legally able to work in the U.S.
COMPENSATION
  • This is a salaried position (exempt) with benefits that reports to KL Coaching, Inc’s COO.
  • Expectation is for 40 hours over 5 days a week, between the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, with very occasional evening and weekend work required.
  • Salary: This position has starting salary of $100,000.
  • Benefits: KL Coaching, Inc. offers health insurance, a matched 401(k), annual profit sharing, paid time off, unlimited paid sick leave, parental and bereavement leave, weekly coaching benefit, donation matching and more.

TO APPLY:

We are looking to fill this position ASAP.

Please submit the following to jobs@redesignyourmind.com by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, July 24, 2022 to be considered:

  1. Your resume (saved as a PDF & attached to your application email). Please title your resume in the following format: Last name_First name_Director of Programming Resume
  2. A cover letter (saved as a PDF & attached to your application email) detailing your experience with the coaching industry and why you are the perfect person for this job. Please title your cover letter in the following format: Last name_First name_Director of Programming Cover Letter
  3. A 90-second-or less video (uploaded to this link: https://www.dropbox.com/request/Ygro7LFkJmf0rYPMFrLs in which you share the most important 2-3 results you think a Director of Programming should create in their role. Please title your video in the following format: Last name_First name_Director of Programming Video
  4. When you’ve completed the above components, please send us an email to jobs@redesignyourmind.com with your cover letter and resume attached. Please use the subject line: First Name Last Name Director of Programming Application
Full-Time Clutch Coach

As a Clutch Coach at KL Coaching, Inc., you will help members of the Clutch community uplevel their thought work by providing written coaching, 1:1 coaching, and group coaching and teaching. 

Position Overview:

This is a full-time exempt position. You are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours per week with a flexible schedule, but the ability to offer 1:1 sessions some evenings or on weekends is a plus. You must also have some availability during regular business hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday). Occasional evening or weekend hours for events may be required. 

This job is right for you if you:
  • Are committed to using coaching tools to liberate women from the effects of patriarchy and other forms of oppression on their brains.
  • Are committed to justice, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. You believe that revolutionary social justice work begins in our minds. You are knowledgeable in anti-racist and social justice frameworks OR you are interested and willing to educate and be educated in these frameworks.
  • Have experience with mindset coaching using the CTFAR model taught and licensed by the Life Coach School.
  • Have deep interest in the UFYB-specific approach to thought work and have used this approach in your own self-coaching or in coaching others.
  • Love coaching and see the potential of coaching tools to be part of a global liberation movement for women and other marginalized groups.
  • Apply these tools to yourself and have an active self-coaching practice.
  • Are resourceful and are committed to a growth mindset.
  • Are looking to be a part of a growing company and are comfortable working independently with a high level of trust.
  • Would like to be a full-time employee of a fast-growing coaching company and am looking for a long-term position that allows you to grow and evolve as a coach without having to worry about marketing, business-building, or being an entrepreneur yourself.
  • Are inspired by our company values.
This job is not right for you if you:
  • Prefer to “stay out of politics” or think that being a social justice warrior is an insult.
  • Require a high degree of supervision and handholding.
  • Are emotionally reactive to receiving feedback on your work.
  • Aren’t comfortable coaching in:
    • 1:1 live format
    • Written format
    • Small group live format
  • Don’t coach yourself.
  • Struggle to work remotely and to manage your own schedule.
  • Tend to blame other people when anything goes wrong and think that taking responsibility for a mistake is embarrassing.
  • Are building your coaching business and want to be running it full-time in the next two years.
Key Duties and Responsibilities Include:
  • Providing live 1:1 coaching to Clutch members in private sessions.
  • Providing written coaching and model feedback in our online “Ask the Coaches” forum on a daily basis, Monday through Friday.
  • Leading Clutch Model calls, in which you teach the model and provide live model feedback to Clutch members.
  • Leading discussion sections for online courses.
  • Participating in several live Clutch College events throughout the year online and/or in person.
    • Duties may include (but are not limited to) leading or co-leading breakout sessions, coordinating student meals or activity sessions, and/or holding office hours.
  • Working on coaching materials for programs
  • Monitoring the Clutch Facebook group
    • This includes occasionally responding to direct mentions and other comments; monitoring reported posts and escalating when needed; and directing members to the appropriate contact for technical or customer service posts.
    • Supporting Clutch mentors as requested
  • Additional activities as needed
Results
  • Provide industry-leading quality coaching to Clutch members.
  • Model and uphold a positive and educational tone in the Clutch Facebook group and membership site.
  • Enable Clutch students to learn how to use the coaching tools correctly and advance their own self-coaching.
  • Foster a friendly supportive community atmosphere online and in-person at events.
 Requirements
  • Regular self-coaching practice.
  • Excellent grasp of the CTFAR model.
  • Strong familiarity with Kara’s teachings and demonstrated ability to apply them.
  • Enthusiasm for coaching beginners and helping them learn how to coach themselves.
  • Ability to work a minimum of 40 hours per week.
  • Some evening or weekend availability a plus, in addition to some availability during regular business hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET)
  • LCS Certification strongly preferred; current students or graduates of the Advanced Certification in Feminist Coaching especially encouraged to apply.
Compensation
  • Salary: This position has a non-negotiable starting salary of $75,000 with potential for growth.
  • Benefits: KL Coaching, Inc. offers all full-time employees health insurance benefits effective as of the date of hire. Additional benefits include a matched 401(k) beginning the calendar year after employment, annual profit-sharing, donation matching, paid time off and paid sick leave, and an annual coaching stipend.
  • Free membership in the Clutch and access to all materials at every Clutch level.
  • If you are not already a current student or graduate of the Advanced Certification in Feminist Coaching you will be given a free spot in the next round that occurs after your onboarding (binding agreement to work for the company for six months post-certification required to take advantage of this free spot).
To Apply:

We are looking to fill this position ASAP. 

Please submit the following to jobs@redesignyourmind.com by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 1  considered:

  1. Your resume (saved as a PDF & attached to your application email).  Please include if you are a LCS Certified coach, when you received your certification, number of clients you have coached as well as any additional certifications received. Please title your resume in the following format: Last name_First name_Clutch Coach Resume
  2. One paragraph about your favorite Unf*ck Your Brain podcast episode and why and one set of Unintentional and Intentional Models from your own recent self coaching that is NOT about applying for this job (saved as a PDF & attached to your application email).  These should be models you have not workshopped with anyone else and have not worked through with a coach yet. Please title your podcast and model PDF in the following format: Last name_First name_Clutch Coach Podcast and Models.
  3. A 5-10 minute video segment of you coaching a client (uploaded to this link: https://www.dropbox.com/request/u3iNRG3rZ1KOf9YiJBdC). Please title your video in the following format: Last name_First name_Clutch Coach Video
  4. When you’ve completed the above components, please send an email to jobs@redesignyourmind.com with your resume, podcast paragraph and coaching models PDFs attached. Please use the subject line: First Name Last Name Clutch Coach Application

You will be notified via email if you have been selected to move onto the next round of applications.

Contractual Clutch ‘Ask the Coach’ Coach

As a Clutch ‘Ask the Coach’ Contractor at KL Coaching, Inc., you will help members of the Clutch community uplevel their thought work by providing written coaching.

Position Overview

This is a contracted role that involves serving as a written coach to respond to ‘Ask the Coach’ questions in the Clutch, our online feminist coaching community. Your deliverable will be responding to 50-70 written coaching questions per week with a turn-around time of 2 business days per answer. As a contractor, you will determine the time spent on each weekly deliverable. Solely for reference, your deliverable is estimated to require approximately 12-15 hours per week.

This job is right for you if you:
  • Are committed to using coaching tools to liberate women from the effects of patriarchy and other forms of oppression on their brains.
  • Are committed to justice, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. You believe that revolutionary social justice work begins in our minds. You are knowledgeable in anti-racist and social justice frameworks OR you are interested and willing to educate and be educated in these.
  • Have experience with mindset coaching using the CTFAR model taught and licensed by the Life Coach School.
  • Have deep interest in the UFYB-specific approach to thought work and have used this approach in your own self-coaching or in coaching others.
  • Love coaching and see the potential of coaching tools to be part of a global liberation movement for women and other marginalized groups.
  • Apply these tools to yourself and have an active self-coaching.
  • Are resourceful and are committed to a growth.
  • Are looking to be a part of a growing company and are comfortable working independently with a high level of trust.
  • Are inspired by our company.
This job is not right for you if you:
  • Prefer to “stay out of politics” or think that being a social justice warrior is an insult.
  • Require a high degree of supervision and are emotionally reactive to receiving feedback on your work.
  • Aren’t comfortable coaching in a written format.
  • Don’t coach yourself.
  • Struggle to work remotely and to manage your own schedule.
  • Tend to blame other people when anything goes wrong and think that taking responsibility for a mistake is embarrassing.
Key Duties and Responsibilities Include:
  • Providing written coaching and model feedback in our online “Ask the Coaches.”
  • Additional activities as agreed.
Results
  • Provide industry-leading quality coaching to Clutch.
  • Enable Clutch students to learn how to use the coaching tools correctly and advance their own self-coaching.
  • Foster a friendly supportive community atmosphere.
Requirements 
  • Regular self-coaching.
  • Excellent grasp of the CTFAR.
  • Strong familiarity with Kara’s teachings and demonstrated ability to apply them.
  • Enthusiasm for coaching beginners and helping them learn how to coach themselves.
  • Ability to answer 50-70 coaching questions per week (estimated to take 12-15 hours per week).
  • Some evening or weekend availability a plus, in addition to some availability during regular business hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET).
  • LCS Certification required; current students or graduates of the Advanced Certification in Feminist Coaching especially encouraged to apply.
  • You may perform the services from within or outside the U.S..
Compensation
  • $2,700 per month plus free membership in the Clutch and access to all materials at all Clutch levels.
To Apply:

We hope to engage this contractor ASAP.

Please submit the following by Sunday, May 1 at 11:59 p.m. to info@redesignyourmind.com:

  • Your summary of qualifications (saved as a PDF & attached to your application email). Please include if you are a LCS Certified coach, when you received your certification, number of clients you have coached as well as any additional certifications received. Please title your summary in the following format: Last name_First name_Clutch Ask a Coach Qualifications
  • A PDF document containing:
    • One paragraph about your favorite Unf*ck Your Brain podcast episode and why.
    • One set of Unintentional and Intentional Models from your own recent self-coaching that is NOT about this application process. These should be models you have not workshopped with anyone else and have not worked through with a coach yet.

Please save this document as a PDF and title it in the following format: Last name_First name_Clutch Ask a Coach Podcast and Models

When you’ve completed the above components, please send an email to info@redesignyourmind.com with your qualifications, podcast paragraph and coaching models PDFs attached. Please use the subject line: First Name_Last Name_Clutch Ask a Coach Application

You will be notified via email if you have been selected to move onto the next round of applications.

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