Program & Administrative Coordinator (full-time)

Geographic Location: This is a remote position. Preferable (but not required) for the candidate to live within driving distance of Boston, for the purpose of occasional in-person meetings or site visits (post-COVID).

General Overview
Culture Reframed (CR) was founded in 2015 to respond to what the organization’s President & Founder, Dr. Gail Dines, has termed “the public health crisis of the digital age.” CR builds resilience and resistance in young people to hypersexualized media and porn culture by:

  • Building awareness
  • Increasing knowledge, skills, and confidence
  • Promoting social change

We work with tens of thousands of parents, caregivers, educators, counselors, doctors, and others around the world. The organization has developed tremendous traction, and is now rapidly scaling up. Culture Reframed develops and disseminates informational and educational materials to help parents and professionals address this youth health crisis.

Culture Reframed seeks to hire a Program & Administrative Coordinator. This is an opportunity for a talented individual to join a dynamic and innovative social change organization and contribute to its growth and impact. We seek an exceptional candidate with the experience and skills to balance the position’s two areas of responsibility.

This position will report to the Executive Director. This position has the potential to grow into an Associate Director role over time. This is a good opportunity for an individual seeking to grow, on track to becoming a future nonprofit Executive Director; the person hired will receive ongoing mentoring.


The newly created position of half-time Program Coordinator will develop, launch, and oversee our programs for parents and health professionals. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining and expanding our programs, including:

  • Developing, launching, overseeing, and expanding a new program, “PEP (Parents Educating Parents) Talks.” This new program’s purpose is to increase parents’ engagement with our materials. The program will train volunteers to facilitate small parent learning circles, where parents can convene with their peers to work through our online programs and address the challenging issues of parenting in a porn culture.
  • Coordinating with CR’s independent evaluators to support the ongoing evaluation of our Program for Parents of Teens.
  • Sustaining and maintaining our online Programs for Parents of Tweens and of Teens, including updating content, responding to email inquiries generated by program users, and overseeing the Learning Management System.
  • New program development and coordination, as the need arises. New programs are likely to be targeted to professionals in health, education, sex education, or psychology.

Immediate Priorities:

  • Serve as the primary program developer and coordinator of PEP Talks.
    Staff the program evaluation of our online parent education program. Primary tasks: Recruitment of parent participants; followup and communication with evaluation consultants to monitor project progress.
  • Maintain and continually improve CR’s online Parents Program as well as parent and professional educational materials on our website, including but not limited to:
    • Ensure that materials remain up-to-date and accurate and that the technology/access works properly.
    • Collaborate with Founder and ED to manage introduction of new materials, to be created by content experts.
    • Maintain relationship with the online platform that hosts our curricula.
    • Work with Founder and ED to develop appropriate packaging and presentation for programs, to ensure highest level of quality and greatest accessibility.
    • Monitor program registrations.

Additional Responsibilities, In the Future:

  • Serve as primary point person and coordinator for any new programs, liaising with all project contributors and advisors, recruiting experts and subcontractors as needed. These may include development of a Sex Education Curriculum and a Therapist Educational Curriculum. Relying on outside content experts for the materials, the Program Coordinator’s role is to lead project development, coordinating all the contributors so that their work comes together into a powerful product.
  • Represent our program(s) enthusiastically in public-facing settings.
  • Propose new projects and programs.


The newly created position of Administrative Coordinator will contribute to the execution of the organization’s administrative and operational functions. The position will work very closely with the Executive Director (ED) to form an administrative team. The responsibilities of the position will primarily be inward-facing to the organization, providing close attention to operations and management. In addition, the position will be expected to overlap with the ED on her tasks so that this person can assist with all organizational needs and represent CR when needed.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Administration and Finance, including:
    • Oversee technology and IT Consultant
    • Support ED in providing financial oversight
    • Manage all contracting, licensing, legal and fiscal compliance
    • Manage daily fiscal operations, supervising our bookkeeping services
    • Oversee the audit process
    • Respond to administrative inquiries
    • Establish and maintain organizational systems that promote collaboration via a fully remote team
    • Manage organization’s calendar, events, and business communications
  • Development:
    • Co-coordinate and take lead in project management for direct mail, individual giving campaign, and innovative development/revenue initiatives
    • Co-coordinate and provide administrative support for Major Donor Initiative, which include donor communications, database management, and event planning
  • HR:
    • Complete administrative requirements related to personnel and consultants
    • Respond to inquiries; initiate contacts
  • Other:
    • Other responsibilities, as needed


  • Minimum BA; MA preferred
  • Helpful to have background or experience in any of the following: Public Health, Sexual Health, Parenting Education, Adolescent Development, Health Education, Social Work, Sociology, Health Administration, Nursing, Education, Human Development, Psychology, Adult Education, Digital Safety, or related fields
  • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience managing or coordinating educational programming, ideally for adults
  • Experience working in nonprofit administration; knowledge of nonprofit operations and administrative practices
  • Capacity to work from conceptualization to implementation
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail while understanding the big picture
  • A team player who can collaborate well with ED, comfortable with taking full responsibility in some areas of management and with assisting or collaborating in other areas
  • Flexible; open to new tasks, new challenges, stepping in and providing consistent project management where needed
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Demonstrated success managing multi-faceted projects
  • Commitment to the organization’s mission and alignment with organization’s values
  • Demonstrated capacity to work independently and to take initiative
  • Good judgment and high level of professionalism

Salary & Benefits: Salary commensurate with experience. Full-time with benefits.

How to Apply:
Please send a formal cover letter and resume to no later than March 1, 2021.​ Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this position. Due to the expected volume of applications, only finalists will be notified.

Culture Reframed is committed to diversity in both its programmatic work and staffing with regard to race, ethnicity, gender, nationality, age, physical ability, religion, and sexual orientation.