Pine Mountain, Georgia
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2020, 5pm ESTApply Now
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- Assist the Fellows experience with experiential learning, residence life, spiritual formation, and student development.
- Assist the Fellows experience in accurately grading undergraduate work.
- Reside on campus while students are in residence and serve on a regular campus coverage rotation during evening and weekend hours for intentional student relational engagement, mentoring for character development and restorative discipline, and for response to emergency situations (approximately 1 night/week and 1 weekend/ semester).
- Participate in bi-weekly coaching and leadership development sessions with Associate Director.
- Serve as a Bible study leader to increase biblical and spiritual growth.
- Serve as a coach for a student community group providing oversight and leadership development for students.
- Maintain office hours for tutoring and mentoring students in the integration of academic and spiritual development.
- Serve in a co-leadership staff role and assume a leadership rotation during a month-long International Immersion. (appx 40-60 hours/week)
- Transport Fellows students to off-campus learning experiences and multi-night retreats.
- Occasionally facilitate undergraduate discussions during active learning programing, thereby helping to train students in servant leadership and Christian discipleship.
- Graduate student enrolled in an approved graduate program on the Impact 360 Institute campus.
- An evangelical believer practicing an active faith in a New Testament-based denomination and in unreserved agreement with the Institute’s Statement of Faith and Biblical Conduct and Lifestyle Standards. Must also: a. Support the vision, values and philosophy of the Institute. b. Understand and support the Community Standards established for the student learning and living community at Impact 360 Institute’s Fellows experience.
- Strong communication skills including one-on-one conversations, small group facilitation, public speaking, and writing in a manner consistent with our organizational purpose and beliefs.
- Required to live on the Impact 360 Institute campus.
- Ability and willingness to travel out of the country for a month long international trip with the undergraduate students and staff.
- Demonstrated leadership skills with the ability to handle stressful situations with poise.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team as a team player and a team builder.
- Demonstrated capacity for patience, approachability, and dependability.
- Must have fewer than 3 driving violations in the last 5 years, and be able to drive a 15- passenger van.