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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.
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.
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ELT and Citizenship Instructor (full-time)
As part of a small, dynamic office, the English Language Training (ELT) and Citizenship Instructor will create and implement lesson plans and English learning activities for newly-arrived refugee adults along with coordinating and teaching the Citizenship program. Basic responsibilities will include teaching four classes per week to adult English learners, teaching three Citizenship classes per week to permanent residents, lesson planning, curriculum development, and assisting in the administration of both programs.
Match Grant Coordinator (full-time)
This position has dual components that support clients in their efforts to reach early self-sufficiency. The Match Grant Coordinator works directly with clients to help remove barriers to employment and self-sufficiency through budget discussions, healthcare coordination, and general case management. Simultaneously, the Coordinator guides the program as a whole, overseeing financial disbursements, maintenance of client and program records, raising and documenting the community match, and reporting.
Interning at KRM offers you a career head start. Learn about refugee resettlement and gain practical nonprofit experience.
- Internship applications are now being accepted for Summer and Fall 2018
- Minimum requirements: 8 hours per week, at least 8 weeks, and at least 80 hours total
- Review the KRM Louisville intern opportunities before applying
- Submit a completed Intern Application, resume, cover letter, and background check, to Adrienne Eisenmenger.
- Complete interview
- Attend Volunteer Orientation prior to start date