Job Opportunities


Location: Remote
Position Type: Full-time, salary (benefits not available).

Summary: Replanted, a national organization that supports foster and adoptive families through small groups, is seeking a Small Groups Coordinator to contribute to the growth and sustainability of our program. The coordinator will work closely with current group leaders, support the launch of new groups, and engage in various initiatives to enhance our services nationwide. The successful candidate will be organized, relational, and innovative, reporting directly to the Executive Director, Jenn Hook.


  • Supporting Current Group Leaders:
    • Organize and facilitate meetings, trainings, and in-person team development days for existing group leaders.
    • Serve as the main point of contact for all group leaders, providing ongoing support and troubleshooting group issues as needed.
  • Launching New Groups:
    • Build relationships with churches, organizations, and individuals interested in launching Replanted groups in their communities.
    • Recruit and vet new group leaders, ensuring they are equipped with necessary resources and trained in the child protection system.
    • Oversee the launch of new groups using a cohort model.
  • Research and Development:
    • Work with the Replanted team to execute and oversee research projects as part of a grant initiative.
    • Develop new initiatives to enhance the effectiveness of our small group support model.
    • Write annual reports and meet grant deadlines.
  • Resource Development:
    • Create resources that aid in the advancement of the support group model.
    • Oversee curriculum development and provide curriculum oversight for Replanted groups.
  • Growth Strategy:
    • Contribute to the growth strategy for new groups, working collaboratively with the Executive Director and other team members.


  • Highly relational and organized individual.
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated creativity and vision in program development.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent writing skills for composing resources and communication materials.
  • Proficient in communication via email, MailChimp, and website platforms.
  • Possess tech-savvy skills to navigate and utilize various communication platforms effectively.
  • Commitment to inclusivity and acceptance of people from diverse backgrounds.


A successful candidate will be able to work remotely. The successful candidate will be required to travel 2-3 times yearly and will be required to be onsite for the in-person team meeting at our annual conference in Chicago each October. Other travel may be required but will be minimal. Travel expenses will be at the cost of Replanted.


  • Personal telephone
  • Personal laptop
  • Valid driver’s license, insurance
  • Ability to pass state and Federal background checks


  • Google mail
  • Slack (team management and communication)
  • Asana (task assignment)
  • Basic Microsoft office applications
  • Google Drive
  • AirTable
  • Website
  • Zoom
  • Mailchimp


  • Bachelor’s Degree and 2-3 years work experience.


  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in counseling, social work, education, leadership or
    related field.

To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience to [email protected].

Deadline to apply: January 19, 2024.