Task Force Assistant Girls' Dean

  VFA1K0 Adventist Volunteer Service
  Shenandoah Valley Academy


Responsibilities

Work daily shifts, as well as weekend shifts in the Girls' Dormitory. While on duty, be responsible for the health, overall welfare, and safety of the girls in the dormitory.

A dormitory shift requires a variety of tasks. These include but are not limited to: Medicine administration and general minor first aid. Supervision of student behavior, study halls, and general student interaction. Supervision of dorm staff (Resident Assistants and Janitors). Carrying out dormitory room cleanliness checks. Being available to talk with dormitory residents and help them through personal concerns. Carry out minor discipline. Receive and handle issues through the on call cellphone. 

While many tasks are general day to day things, the applicant should be capable of handling medical or emotional emergencies, until experienced help arrives. The applicant must have good judgment and conflict management skills. They must display strong interpersonal skills. Most importantly, a strong and growing relationship with God should be evident. 

You will also be asked to work on a school supervision team. These duties include on campus student supervision one night per week and on every fourth weekend, or as otherwise specified.

Qualifications

  • Female
  • Speak English
  • At least 1 year past High Shcool graduation
  • Prior experience working with youth is preferred.

Accomodations

  •  Bedroom in the dorm with a detached living/kitchen area.
  • Insurance
  • Accommodations
  • Utilities

Not Included

  • ​​​​Travel to/from Location 
  • Local Travel  
  • Food/Meals

Compensation

Monthly Living Allowance - $46/day that school is in session.

Summary


Be a mentor and big sister to teenage girls through love and example of a strong and growing personal relationship with God. 


New Market, United States

10 Months

August 2019-May 2020.

Age 20-50