Coachella Valley Rescue Mission is a non-profit social service organization dedicated to meeting basic needs and sharing love and compassion with our valley’s homeless community, the underserved, and impoverished families.

Download CVRM’s Employment Application by clicking HERE.

Download CVRM’s Ministerial Application by clicking HERE.

Applicants are encouraged to fax a completed application and resume to 760-347-8073 or email to info@cvrm.org along with a cover letter stating the following:

  1. Position of interest.
  2. Why would you be a good selection for the position?

Resumes are held on file for 2 calendar years and reviewed for positions when an opening is available

If you have any questions, please either call CVRM at 760-347-3512 or e-mail us at info@cvrm.org.

Thank you for your interest in helping serve the Least, the Last, and the Lost.

CVRM Staff and Board of Directors believes each person is valued and worthy of respect and dignity, and follows equal employment opportunity policies.

 

Here is a listing of employment opportunities through CVRM’s ministry divisions:

Administration:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

Emergency Shelter:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

Men’s and Women’s Programs:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

New Life Resale Boutique:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

Food Service:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

Facilities/ Transportation:

No jobs are available at this time.

 

 

Internships

The Coachella Valley Rescue Mission accepts a limited amount of paid and non-paid internships for college students each year. If you wish to apply, please contact Thomas Sampson, Program Director at tsampson@cvrm.org.

If you wish to be considered for internship, go to our Volunteer Central  page and register as an intern. Once a request is received, it will be processed and sent to the appropriate Department Director for further review.

Contact the Program Director to schedule an appointment, and you will then be assigned to the appropriate intern location.

Internships may be available in the following areas:
Men’s and Women’s Programs (Social Service Majors, Human Services, Criminal Justice)
Development (Business Administration, Non-Profit Management, Fundraising, Marketing, Writing, Communications, Public Relations)
Thrift Stores (Fashion Merchandising, Marketing, Customer Service)
Food Service (Culinary Arts)

CVRM is currently working with and is approved for the following institutions:

College of the Desert
Santa Barbara Business College
USC
UCLA
Brandman University
University of California Riverside
California State University San Bernardino
Torres Martinez Tribe
University of Phoenix

 

Thank you for your interest in helping serve the Least, the Last, and the Lost.