Spend a Year in Paradise 

HELP WANTED: Marketing/Web Designer


Do you or someone you know have internet marketing experience? Would you like to spend a year living rent-free in a charming, furnished apartment in the woods close to the shores of a pristine lake? If so, we have for you a once in a lifetime opportunity.

The Birla Center is looking for a web designer with expertise in social media who would be willing to work for a small stipend and free accommodation in a small, private apartment at the Birla Center, located in the heart of a 300-acre private forest just 40 minutes south of beautiful Mont Tremblant.

The right candidate will help us bring the benefits of Vedic palmistry to the world. We have many online high-caliber self-development programs based upon the wisdom of Vedic palmistry, a 5,000-year old science practiced by millions of people in the East. Our goal is to make Vedic palmistry as popular in the West as its sister sciences, Vedic astrology and yoga. But to do that, we require a marketer/web designer with the right qualifications who is passionate about helping others find happiness, joy and peace of mind.

We are looking for someone with the skills and know-how to:

  • Develop and execute social media strategies (including Google Ads Words & trailers);
  • Create engaging web content;
  • Optimize our company pages;
  • Foster online community interaction;
  • Know where and how to place promotional online PowerPoint presentations;
  • Redesign our website and link it with our palmistry school and self-development programs on our Teachable platform.

Being bilingual in English and French is an asset.

In return, we will provide a monthly stipend and comfortable accommodations in a secluded rural paradise where you can take nature hikes, swim, ski, snowshoe, bird watch and stargaze to your heart’s content while helping to bring the life-enriching benefits of Vedic palmistry to a troubled world.

If you or someone you know is the right fit for this unique job opportunity, send your resume to Johanne Riopel at [email protected].