Job Description

Agent and/or

Manager / Publicist / Business Advisor / Administrator

Would you like to develop your skills in supporting the arts, specifically the work of Christala Rosina?

Are you able to work on a voluntary basis (but with some roles paid on commission)?

If so, then please read on …

Various opportunities have now arisen for suitable persons to assist with developing and bringing the work of Christala Rosina to a wider audience. The role of agent(s) and certain other roles will be paid on commission; other tasks will most likely suit enthusiastic volunteers, eg, retired persons or anyone not reliant on further income who is interested in supporting Christala Rosina’s work and/or Poetry/Music/the Arts in general. Alternatively, suitable persons wishing to develop their skills in any of the areas listed and possessing both the potential and the motivation to do so, may also benefit from this opportunity. Expenses provided.

In all cases, the persons appointed will have excellent communication skills and be reliable, competent and trustworthy. They will be capable of a highly positive, independent, pro-active and innovative approach and, ideally, be very excited by and have a strong affinity with the work of Christala Rosina and its spiritual message.

Christala’s work continues and extends the mystical and spiritual philosophy of the thinkers and writers of the Romantic literary period, particularly that of the sage, prophet and poet, Percy Bysshe Shelley. It is ultimately a call to the world to awake to truth and justice. The roles above will therefore most likely appeal to kindred spirits who feel they will derive reward from involvement in the kinds of artistically-spiritual, and spiritually-artistic, projects outlined. A familiarity with classical music, performance in general and/or English literature is desirable.

If you feel you would benefit from any of the above, or would simply like to be involved, please contact Christala at:

"Shelley: the poet of apokatastasis - the restitution of all things
  to their essential perfection."

Kathleen Raine, English mystic poet, 1908-2003