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You can be a part of the local humanitarian response to a global refugee crisis. KRM operates out of Louisville, Lexington, and Northern Kentucky.

In total, KRM has a staff of 70 full- and part-time employees, with approximately 50 staff members in Louisville and 20 staff members in Lexington. Refugees resettled through KRM receive ongoing assistance as they create new homes in Kentucky. Learn more about KRM and our services. All applicants are encouraged to review the website and read the Frequently Asked Questions.

KRM offers employees:

  • A fast-paced, team-oriented work environment
  • Comprehensive benefits, as eligible
  • Daily opportunities to engage with and learn from colleagues and refugee clients from all over the world
  • Opportunities to use your multilingual skills with clients and community partners
  • The chance to work as part of Kentucky’s local, humanitarian response to the global refugee crisis

KRM is an equal opportunity employer and 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. We encourage applications from all individuals regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation, and evaluate all candidates based on merit.

Each open position will have a detailed job description with application instructions included. Please see below for any current openings.



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Receptionist (full-time)

The Receptionist will be a welcoming and helpful presence for visitors and clients, represent the agency to the public, and manage the reception area efficiently. Responsibilities will include managing incoming clients and guests, phone calls and other inquiries; receiving and delivering messages; making appointments; and assisting staff in daily activities involved in addressing clients’ needs.

Review the job description and submit a resume and cover letter to Adrienne Eisenmenger, Family and Youth Services Manager/Program Leader, by email.

Elder Program Teacher (part-time, 8 hours/week)

The Elder Program teacher ensures high quality instruction to a group of 5 to 10 refugees who are over the age of 60. Students come from different backgrounds including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, and more.  Classes meet twice a week from 10 am to 12 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Highland United Methodist Church.

Review the job description and email a resume and cover letter to John Koehlinger, Executive Director, by Friday, February 8.


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There are currently no available opportunities posted.




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