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The following call is an intra-division call and is ONLY for volunteers from the North American Division (which includes the following countries: Bermuda, Canada, Guam, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, FS of, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, St. Pierre and Miquelon, United States).

Please do not apply unless you qualify as a North American Division "intra-division" volunteer.

Position Title: Assistant Girls Dean Call ID: NAD-IN.GEM.2020.02
Request Num: SR21141 Date Call was Listed: Mar 10, 2020
Status: Active Last Updated: Mar 10, 2020
Number of Positions: Requested Pending Filled Available
  1 0 0 1
Position Description
Country: United States
Calling Organization: Gem State Adventist Academy
Position Type(s): Dean
Length of Service: 10.75 months
Who makes Final Decision:   Calling Org
Beginning Date: Aug 10, 2020 
Ending Date: Jun 4, 2021
Urgent? No
Application Deadline: May 31, 2020
Cancel call if not filled by: Aug 10, 2020
Duties:     andidates will work 27 – 30 hours a week by assisting the Head Dean in the following capacities: Act as Assistant Dean in the dormitory; implement school and dorm policies as outlined in the school handbook; be on duty scheduled days, evenings and weekends; give worship talks; manage student workers (janitors, desk workers, and resident assistants); supervise evening study halls and other various activities as well as be available to assist the residents with problems and social interactions with one another. Other duties may be assigned on an as needed basis.
On-site Orientation Provided? No
Stipend during Orientation?  No
Orientation Date:
Voice tape/phone interview required? Yes
Institution requires signed agreement?  No
Acceptable Dress: Gem State Adventist Academy’s dress code emphasizes Biblical standards of modesty (1 Timothy 2:9-10: “not chasing the latest fashions but doing something beautiful for God.”, Romans 12:1-2: “Don’t become so well-adjusted to your culture that you fit into it without even thinking.”). Attire should be modest, clean, neat, non-distracting and appropriate for the setting and occasion. The design of the dress code is to teach grooming and wardrobe habits that contribute to good taste, natural attractiveness and the avoidance of undue attention. These guidelines are applicable for both dormitory and community students. They will be enforced while the student is on campus, traveling in school transportation, or participating in any off campus school functions. Classroom and General Campus: • Modest pants and shorts that are neat and clean with no holes or frayed edges. o Bottoms should fit appropriately and not sag from, or cling to, the body. o Shorts should be nearer to the knee in length. • Modest tops that are neat, clean, with no holes and sleeves that come to the edge of the shoulders. o Shirts should refrain from identifying with any groups/subcultures that are not in harmony with GSAA’s Christian principles or with any music group. o Undergarments, midriffs, rib cage, back and cleavage are not to be exposed. • Shoes or sandals must be worn. • Jewelry, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, chokers and gauges are not appropriate GSAA attire. • Body art such as: Tattoos, brands, shaved designs and writing on one’s clothes or body are not appropriate for GSAA. • Head wear of any kind is not permitted in the administration building. Recreational: • Modest sportswear, appropriate support garments and athletic footwear. o Sportswear should cover undergarments, midriffs, rib cage, back and cleavage. o Shorts should be nearer to the knee in length. o Spandex shorts or tights must be covered by school approved shorts. o Non-marking athletic shoes are required in the gym at all times. • Modest swimsuits with adequate lining and support are required when swimming. o Boys: Shorts that are nearer to knee in length and do not cling to the body. o Girls: One-piece swim suit or tankini that does not expose midriff when arms are raised. Church: Girls: A modest dress top paired with skirt/dress slacks or a dress. Dress shoes or dress sandals. • Slits and splits should be only two inches above the knee. • Dresses and skirts should be nearer to knee in length. • Sleeves should come to the edge of the shoulders. Boys: A modest suit or dress top paired with dress slacks/khakis. Dress shoes with dress socks. • Dress tops can be a dress polo, dress shirt or dress sweater. Formal: Girls: Dresses or formal gowns are to be modest and in good taste. They should have modest front and back necklines and be of appropriate length. • All banquet attire will be screened by Banquet Dress Committee prior to each banquet. • No sweetheart or strapless dresses. Boys: A modest suit or dress shirt and tie paired with dress slacks, dress socks and dress shoes. • Suit jacket and sweaters are based on occasion. Hair: Hair is to be well-groomed, clean, and styled in such a manner that it is out of the eyes and does not attract undue attention. Hair should be of a natural color and any highlights should be subtle.
Unacceptable Dress: 
Lodging   (Requests for a specific gender or age must be related to accommodation issues, maturity, safety or culture.)
Lodging:   A private room located in the Student Residence Hall. Room is fitted with a twin bed, storage space; drawers, shelving and closet, and a private bathroom. All housekeeping supplies are provided. Small dorm fridge and microwave may be available.
Gender: Female
Age Preference: 20-27 years
Marital Status: Single
Child Accommodation Available: No
Housing Restrictions:
Qualifications   (Legally, "experience required" must be related to specific duties of position.)
Experience Required:   Applicants are expected to be a committed SDA Christian who love Jesus and support Him, the Church, and their teachings through their lifestyle. Applicants should have a strong desire to mentor young people and a willingness to serve others. Candidates should be between the ages of 20-27 and should have completed at least two years of college. Skills such as; organization, flexibility, ability to take direction and being a team player are a must. Boarding school and summer camp experience are a big plus. A driver's license, and owning a vehicle for transportation, is strongly recommended.
Languages:  English(Fluent) Required
Minimum Education Preferred:  1 Year College/Univ
Finance Type: Regular (Shared Funding)
Expense Responsibility Terms/Comments
Visa   N/A    
Medical / Inoculations   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Travel to/from Location (Volunteer)   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Travel to/from Location (Spouse)   N/A    
Local Travel   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Travel (Children)   N/A    
Excess Baggage   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Insurance   Calling Organization   For Long Term and Short Term positions: Accident, Sickness & Personal Effects & Baggage (PEB) Insurance Protection for Volunteers. For international volunteers serving in NAD: Short-Term Travel Insurance.  
Accommodations   Calling Organization    
Utilities   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Food / Meals   Volunteer/Sponsor    
Monthly Living Allowance   Calling Organization   ˜ $700  
Other   Calling Organization    
Travel and Visa
Destination City: Caldwell
Airport: Boise Airport
Travel from Airport to Destination:
Required Inoculations
Other Medical Recommendations
Visa Required? No           Visa Type:
    Who Applies:
Work Permit Required? No  Who Applies:
Police Clearance Required: Yes
HIV Clearance Required: No
Child Protection Clearance Required:   Yes
Send papers to:
Visa/Travel Details:
Requesting Organization
Organization Name: Gem State Adventist Academy
Calling Division: North American Division
Calling Union: North Pacific Union Conference
Calling Conference: Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Inc.
Country: United States
Supervisor: Fitting, Matthew
Title: VP of Student Life / Head Dean
Approved By:   Matthew Fitting, VP of Student Life/Head Dean for Gem State Adventist Academy on Mar 2, 2020. Entered by: Fitting, Matthew