A simple idea, inspired by my residence at the EA Hotel. I would like to see it tried.
Take a relatively large rationalist sharehouse. Let everyone pay 10-20% more rent. That money goes to one person, the housekeeper. That’s their wage, and their job is to work full-time on (something like) the following:
Housekeeping. They clean, cook shared dinners, do groceries, do dishes, etc. Or they outsource it. They make sure it gets done.
Community building. They could do this internally (hosting weekly house meetings) and externally (hosting events for the wider community). They might also work on developing rationality.
Upgrading the house. For example they could keep a library, add high-lumen bulbs, put up nice art, etc
Coaching, mental health counseling, conflict resolution, etc
Admissions. The housekeeper tries to pick people with the best personal fit
Plenty of stuff to do. I think this will have some obvious and not-obvious benefits:
It is most likely more efficient than everyone doing this stuff by themselves, allowing a net increase in work done.
It will most likely increase the quality of life of everyone living in the house.
I expect this kind of job attracts people that tend to be huffelpuff-virtuous, and we want more of that.
You might add a mechanism for accountability, for example by having the housekeeper send around a weekly memo about what they’ve been doing, and some mechanism for hiring and replacing housekeepers if people want that.