Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in joining our team. Please find our current job openings below. Click on the job title for more details about the position and how to apply.

The Karen Organization of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Bilingual Social Service Coordinator (Karen/English)

The Karen Organization of Minnesota seeks a bilingual (Karen/English) professional who is passionate about helping refugees through all stages of life to join our team as a Social Services Coordinator. This position will support refugees in the Twin Cities through two programs: New Arrival Social Services (70% of time) and MNsure Program (30% of time). This is a full-time position with benefits, pay set as $17.00-$20.00/hr. DOQ.

Bilingual Caregiver Program Coordinator (Karen/English)

The Karen Organization of Minnesota seeks a bilingual (Karen/English) professional who is passionate about helping refugees through all stages of life to join our team as a Caregiver Program Coordinator. The Coordinator will find and work with family caregivers who are taking care of elders age 60 or older by providing consultation, group support and educational workshops to ensure caregivers have the knowledge and resources to care for elders. This is a part-time position, pay set as $17.00-$20.00/hr. DOQ.

Youth Development Coordinator (Karen/English)

KOM seeks a bilingual (Karen/English) professional who is eager to make an impact in the lives of refugee youth to join our team as a Youth Development Coordinator. The Youth Development Coordinator will lead after-school tutoring, cultural activities, and leadership development activities for about 30 youth in grades 9-12 in Saint Paul Public Schools. The Youth Development Coordinator will also organize field trips and guest presentations to help youth learn about local resources, volunteer opportunities, and postsecondary education. This is a full-time position with benefits, pay set as $17.00-$20.00/hr. DOQ.

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Help guide individuals to meet their career goals to earn a living wage, and advocate for program participants and/or students of training programs and career pathways. As a Minnesota Opportunity Corps member, receive a paid stipend every two weeks, earn an education award of up to $6,345, and receive free health insurance and child care assistance (for those who qualify).

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