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Community Engagement Positions

Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer Coordinator is tasked with overseeing all recruitment, training, supervision, and acknowledgement of volunteers and interns. The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for developing relationships with volunteers and providing day to day opportunities that engage volunteers with those experiencing homelessness. The main goal of a Volunteer Coordinator is to ensure an organization has enough volunteers to fulfill its service mission. View full job description.

TO APPLY: Email a resume and cover letter to innkeeper@ritimemphis.org Be sure to include the title of your desired position.

Recuperative Care Center Positions

The Recuperative Care staff work as members of a multi-disciplinary team providing intensive case management and care coordination for medically vulnerable adults facing homelessness upon discharge from the hospital. The team is focused on working with partner hospitals and referring agencies to provide for the acute and ongoing medical respite for patients, providing short-term supportive housing, crisis management, referral to appropriate substance abuse treatment, physical health support, and mental health treatment referral, access to benefits and entitlements, appropriate support to secure safe, affordable, permanent housing, as part of a comprehensive approach to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. 

OPEN POSITIONS (click to view full job description):

RCC Guest Advocate

RCC Overnight Supervisor

TO APPLY: Email a resume and cover letter to innkeeper@ritimemphis.org Be sure to include the title of your desired position.



The Room in the Inn VISTA project will seek to create a sustainable education program and learning environment for homeless children. Through program building, research, and data management project members will build the capacity of Room in the Inn to increase children’s stability in school performance, presence, and social behavior. The project includes identifying fundraising opportunities, creating and strengthening community partnerships, building curriculum, and volunteer training and management. Three VISTA members will lead this project. All applications go through the AmeriCorps portal: Go where the need is greatest: join AmeriCorps VISTA and serve with organizations that help fight poverty. Find out more about AmeriCorps VISTA!

CITI Community Relations VISTA

Establish the needs of the project and the community it serves by researching the local, state, and national data for children experiencing homelessness. Analyze the local data to guide conversations with potential partners. Identify key stakeholders in Shelby County Schools. Build strong relationships with leaders, teachers, and counselors. Research best available tools and practices for measuring project results and data sharing between Shelby County Schools and Room in the Inn. Apply here.