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March 27, 2017

Great News! Job Openings at Utah Coalition Against Pornography!

SALT LAKE CITY—For the past year or so, we've been seeing emails from Vauna Davis, who appears to be the head of (or at least a member of) the Advisory Council for the Utah Coalition Against Pornography (UCAP). The group has held a couple of conferences in Utah about the dangers of porn, and of course, she was right there when Gov. Gary Herbert signed that resolution early last year declaring porn viewing to be a "public health crisis"—language that was adopted by the Republican National Committee heading into its national convention last summer. But apparently, there's money to be made in fighting porn (who knew, right?), and UCAP is now looking to hire an Executive Director and an Events Director—and since the adult industry appears not to be shooting as much content as it did a few years ago, perhaps this is just the right time for a couople of adult industry members to expand their horizons and earn some of the big bucks available in the Fight Against Pornography! "Do you want to get involved making a difference on the issue of pornography?" the solicitation email asks. "Join us and use your skills to help an important cause!" "The Executive Director is the key administrative leader of Utah Coalition Against Pornography," the job description begins. "The Executive Director is responsible for the organization’s achievement of its mission. The executive director will oversee all operations, functions and activities. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director will be expected to develop a deep knowledge of the anti-pornography and sexual exploitation movement"—something a lot of free speech activists are likely already aware of, we're guessing. The Executive Director will be expected to "work with the board to fulfill the organization’s mission," give regular reports to the UCAP Board and provide info that will help them make "informed decisions." She or he will also have to do the grunt work of running the organization, be its spokesperson and organize its records, send out press releases and the like, manage the website and write grants to convince the government and other grant institutions to give some cash to UCAP. One stumbling block for some (but hardly all) adult industry members in applying for the job is that they're looking for someone with at least a Bachelor's degree and "significant experience" running a non-profit or other business. The person also needs to be well-organized, "self-directed," and have good tech and communication skills. Also, "Knowledge of the issue is a plus." (Industry applicants probably have that one covered.) The person will work from home, but will have to be able to attend UCAP Board meetings in Salt Lake City once a month and other meetings as necessary. The Event Director position is a bit easier. All that person will have to do is to "arrange all audio-visual needs" for UCAP's conferences and other events; put together a photography and video team to cover the events; contract with venues to host the events; get insurance to cover the events; book the speakers, make sure they turn in their contracts signed, get photos and bios on them, and arrange for their travel; coordinate volunteers; create pretty much all the printed materials for the event and get them distributed; manage the publicity for the events; manage the exhibitors and work with the sponsors; and create and manage a budget for the whole damned thing. Oh, yeah: And submit an "evaluation report" to the Board after it's all done. The qualifications for the job are pretty much the same as with the Executive Director position, though "solid financial management skills" are a must. So anyway, if you'd like to take a stab (not literally) at helping to suppress free sexual speech, while earning the enmity of free-thinking Americans everywhere, just send an email with a cover letter and résumé, with the subject line stating what job you're looking to fill, to Vauna Davis at [email protected]/* */—and you'd better do it by April 3, 'cause that's the application deadline. Good luck!

 
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