LifeLabs Learning is the source for instantly useful, delightfully unusual, science-backed programs. We teach skills to build passionate and high-performing teams faster.

We're a diverse team of people who care about creating a world where work is engaging and fulfilling by equipping people with life's most useful skills - and we have fun doing it! Learn more about us here!

Our benefits include:

  • Full-time Employee Benefits: medical, dental, and vision insurance 18 vacation days, 10 federal holidays, 2 LifeLabs holidays, 2 floating holidays, 1 Values Day, Kind Fridays (employees have the option to end work at 3pm local time on Fridays), and CLean Break (Paid Time Off benefit during the last week of the year), 401K, team profit share, annual Learning FUNd and Learning Days, lending library, dedicated peer coach, ongoing training, biannual team retreats, and more!
  • Part-time Employee Benefits: paid sick leave and 1-1 coaching & development

Calling the world’s best trainers, speakers, and facilitators. We’re looking for a passionate trainer to help us transform the workplace into a practice lab for mastering life's most useful skills.

*We are accepting applications on a rolling basis as we are NOT actively hiring for this position at this time. Start dates for the role are likely no earlier than 2023. Your application will be reviewed in full and you’ll get an application status update within 3-4 weeks.*

Facilitator (full-time) Accountabilities:

  • You’ll spend your week training executives, managers, and individual contributors in leadership, communication, and inclusion skills.
  • Anticipate leading workshops Monday - Thursday (workshops are 2 hours each, and you will teach no more than 3 per day).
  • Fridays are our (training-free) Team Days when we meet to learn from one another, connect, collaborate, and come up with puns.
  • Approximately 10% of your time will also go toward helping LifeLabs grow and excel in ways that match your strengths, perspectives, and ambitions (e.g., consulting, conducting research, publishing articles).

Click HERE to find out more about the role logistics and what onboarding/beyondboarding would look like!

Facilitator (full-time) requirements: 

  • Passion for learning
  • Adult teaching skills and strong facilitation skills
  • Strong knowledge of psychology
  • Understanding of empirical research methods 
  • For virtual workshops: A strong internet connection, a quiet space, and a distraction-free background 
  • For in-person workshops: All of our workshops are currently virtual, but once we go back in-person, you will be required to teach in-person.

Preferred but not mandatory:

  • Management or leadership experience 
  • Graduate degree 
  • Experience in a client-facing role 
  • Experience working in or with start-ups 

The deets:

  • Start date(s): TBD
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Employment Type: Full-time
  • Work Hours: 9AM - 6PM Pacific Time
  • Starting Salary: $110K starting base salary
    • Starting salary matches your skills and readiness for the role assessed during the interview process.
  • Compensation: salary + bonus (Success Share) 
    • Our compensation system is transparent and consistently applied throughout the company. As you take on new responsibilities, you can expect a yearly compensation increase, so long as you are meeting the role expectations #AlwaysBeLearning! This translates into a predictable raise up to $150K base salary, after which your base salary will increase based on an annual merit increase.
    • Additionally, you will be eligible to participate in our annual Success Share program which is a 10% bonus on your earnings when we hit our annual revenue target.
      • Year 1: 10% of 110K Year 2: 10% of 120K Year 3: 10% of 130K Year 4: 10% of 140K Year 5: 10% of 150K Year 6: 10% of 150K + 2% merit increase

Want to know what to expect ahead? 

Step 1: Complete the full application below (resume, application questions, and video submission). *Please note: we only review applications that have all 3 requirements.

Step 2: Join us for a Research & Application interview where we’ll ask you to describe some of your favorite theories and studies in areas important to our field.

Step 3: Do a live demo to get a sense of the role and give us an opportunity to see your skills in action.

Step 4: Join a behavioral interview related to the role and our company values.

*Note: All live interviews will be recorded and erased after 1 year of the interview.

To start! If you're interested: please send us your (1) resume, (2) complete the application below, and (3) submit the following video (**submissions that do not include all three items will not be reviewed):

We’d love to get a sense of your delivery style and give you a glimpse at the role (please don't create a presentation/slide show). Please submit a video of yourself teaching (not reading!) the mini Habit Skills workshop below. It should be no more than 2 minutes long and follow the structure outlined here. You do not have to memorize the script word for word, just be sure to hit all the key points. No need for a high-quality video - a cell phone or laptop camera works great. Lastly, the LifeLabs facilitation style is to deliver high-impact research and expertise in an engaging (and playful!) way. Feel free to check out our website for more inspiration.

Hi! My name is ______.

I’m excited to talk to you today about habits / share some ideas about habits and share a tip called ‘micro-stepping.’

What is a habit?

  • Neural pathway used often → leading to automated behavior
  • No need to think about it

Why do habits matter?

  • Most of our actions are automatic
  • Learn to engineer habits → learn to engineer life / you are your habits!

How do you start a habit? Try micro-stepping!

  • Think of a habit you want to have [example: workout everyday, or use your own example]
  • Break it down into a micro-step: a portion of the full habit that takes a ridiculously small amount of time/energy
  • Repeat the micro-step every day for a month [example: micro-step = do 1 push up every morning, or use your own example]

[Wrap up e.g., explain why this works, pick an ending statement]

Let’s do this! Come be part of a team where you will learn something new every day, challenge yourself and others, laugh a lot, and make a real impact by teaching people life’s most useful skills.

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