Let $N$ be a homogeneous space. Therefore we find a Liegroup $G$ and a isotropy-subgroup $K$ of $G$, such that we can identify $N = G/K$. Then we have a canonical action $l\colon G \times G/K \to G/K$ on $G/K$, given by left-multiplication.

We now identify the cotangentbundle $T^*N = G \times_K \mathfrak{k}^\circ$, where $\mathfrak{k}^\circ$ is the annihilator of $\mathfrak{k}$ in $\mathfrak{g}^*$ and $T(T^*N) = G \times_K (\mathfrak{k}^° \times \mathfrak{g} \times \mathfrak{k}^°)$. We write the elements as $[g,\alpha] \in G \times_K \mathfrak{k}^°$ and $[g,\alpha, v, \beta] \in G \times_K (\mathfrak{k}^° \times \mathfrak{g} \times \mathfrak{k}^°)$.

Then the lifted action $\lambda \colon G \times T^*N \to T^*N$ is $\lambda_g([h,\alpha]) =[gh, \alpha]$ and the differential should be $\lambda_{h*[g,\alpha]}([g, \alpha, v, \beta])=[hg,\alpha, l_{h*}v, \beta]$

Now we can define a left-invariant metric on $\mathfrak{g}$. If we now assume that $K$ is compact, we find a $Ad_K$-invariant non-deg bilinearform $\langle \cdot, \cdot \rangle_1$ on $\mathfrak{g}$ by averaging the left-invariant metric w.r.t. $K$. Since $K$ is still compact, we find also a $Ad^*_K$-invariant metric $\langle \cdot,\cdot \rangle_2$ on $\mathfrak{g}^*$.

Now we define a riemannian metric on $T^*N$:

$\langle [g,\alpha, v ,\beta], [g,\alpha, w, \gamma] \rangle=\langle v,w\rangle_1 + \langle \beta , \gamma \rangle_2$.

If I made no mistakes, this should give us a left-invariant riemannian metric.

My question is now: Assuming $G/K$ is a homogeneous space, can I always find some left-invariant metric on $T^*(G/K)$ for the lifted action $\lambda$? Even if the isotropy-group isn't compact?

EDIT: Maybe I should explain, why I'm asking: I'm trying to understand, if the set of $G$-orbits with maximal dimension in $T^*N$ is open and dense in $T^*N$. Szeghy showed that if $G$ acts isometrically on a connected, semi-riemannian manifold, then it is true for the $G$-orbits in $M$.