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Genesis Prep Academy is always looking for enthusiastic Christ-followers who will help foster and facilitate students' spiritual, academic, physical, and social development.  GPA offers a competitive teaching wage, tuition benefits for all full-time staff, and a Christ-centered working environment.  

To apply for any position listed below, please submit the following to the HR Department at: nlovoi@genesisprep.org.
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • GPA Employment Application
  • Personal Testimony

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (208) 691-0712.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Administration Positions

JOB SUMMARY:
To advance and strengthen Genesis Prep Academy through communications, marketing, public relations and fundraising.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum Bachelor's Degree with a proven history of success in development and fundraising; 
3-5 years experience in fund development with a proven track record of success in raising funds and experience working with budgets and clear financial expectations;
Extensive organizational and people skills with experience working independently;
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing;
Proficient with Microsoft Office programs, graphic design software, and database software such as Square, Stripe, Bloomerang, Auctria, MyBooster, Instgram, Facebook, Renweb/FACTS; 
Enthusiasm for the school’s mission and ability to share that excitement with others;
Agreement with the GPA policies and Statement of Faith;
Able to build relationships leading to financial support, particularly in sensitive areas of friends and families of the school;
Desire to build a highly motivated volunteer team who can help meet the financial vision of the school.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

  • Build and maintain cooperative relationships with parents, students, Real Life Ministries, and the public.
  • Support and empower other GPA team members in all facets of school life as needed.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality with respect to the financial and personal records of all employees and families of the school.  

SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following:  
 

Fundraising
 

  • Design, develop and implement Capital Campaign with goals and deadlines. 
  • Build relationships with and show appreciation to those who give time, talent, and treasure to the school.
  • Create a positive culture of stewardship and cultivate/maintain donor relations.
  • Work with the Head of School, Board of Directors, and Administrative Director of Finance & Business Operations in formulating annual goals at GPA to fund the precise vision expansion needs of the school.
  • Develop and design a comprehensive annual plan for the raising of funds through individuals, corporations, businesses, and foundations.
  • Prepare/complete annual calendar of fund raising activities/events.
  • Collaborate with the Administrative Director of Finance & Business Operations to create a plan to then execute for the financing for a building campaign.
  • Timely and regularly report to the Head of School, Administrative Director of Finance & Business Operations, Finance Committee, and Board of Directors.
  • Maintain an existent donor management system. This system should ensure timely acknowledgment of all donations and establish a system for identifying who should acknowledge gifts at various giving levels.
  • Create and grow the school’s endowment fund.
  • Inform stakeholders of the tax advantages of Charitable Donations to the school.  
  • Seek out, solicit and prepare proposals for foundations and other grant-giving organizations (ie. Corporate Matches).
  • Organize and manage project-based and capital improvement campaigns, as needed.
  • Attend continuing education and advancement opportunities that involve school development.
  • Plan and facilitate activities/occasions which will put administrators, GPA Board of Directors, and others in contact with present and prospective donors i.e Grandparent’s Day, Gala, Town Hall Meetings, Lunch & Learn Events, etc.
  • Participate in local service and networking organizations in an attempt to build relationships with community members and businesses.


Marketing
 

  • Create weekly & quarterly newsletter publications to send to staff and stakeholders.
  • Create graphics for all school needs.
  • Manage all external communications serving as the liaison/spokesperson to stakeholders.
  • Create weekly newsletters and announcements and responsible to send to GPA families. 
  • Update and manage email communication softwares (ie. MailChimp).
  • Supervise all school social media accounts i.e. instagram and facebook.
  • Manage school social media accounts and GPA website. 
  • Manage the JAG Store i.e inventory, purchases, promotion/sales.
  • Oversight of all branding, including athletics.
  • Create all school marketing materials.
  • Collaborate with the Head of School and Administrative Operations Director to create a strategic school-wide marketing plan.
  • Collaborate with the Admissions Coordinator to create an admissions marketing plan.
  • Coordinate advertising with local media outlets.
     

COMPENSATION:
Your compensation package includes specifics regarding each of the following:  Status, Compensation, Term, Personal Days, Holidays, and Tuition consideration.

WORK SCHEDULE:
 

  • The Director of Development is a 12 month position.  In the summer months, changes of hours and schedule will be indicated in the employment contract.  
  • Please refer to the Employment Offer for the start and end dates for the academic year and staff work days before and after school year.  This includes any make-up days necessary due to weather closures during the course of the year.
  • For the academic year there will be a four day school week in which classes are in session (M-TH).  The workday of the staff will be thirty minutes before the starting times for their respective classes.  The Genesis Prep typical school week is Monday - Thursday.  
  • One Friday per month will be devoted to a staff development meeting as needed.
     

JOB SUMMARY:
To deliver instruction in ways that encourage student learning and achievement.  To provide a God-centered, discipleship-driven, creative education that prepares students for a life of personal fulfillment and service to others within the greater community.  

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree.  
  • Hold an active ACSI teaching certificate and/or an active State Teaching certificate
  • Alternatives to the above qualifications as the Principal & the Board of Directors may find appropriate and acceptable
  • Required criminal history background check and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following:  

  • Plan, organize and deliver appropriate instruction.  To plan and prepare courses, schemes of work and individual lessons, appropriate to the needs, interests, experience and existing knowledge of students in the class.  Utilize a variety of instructional techniques to meet the individual needs of students. 
  • Base instruction on the developmental stages of students.  Use appropriate techniques and strategies that promote and enhance critical, creative and evaluative thinking of students based upon a biblical worldview.
  • Maintain individual student records and reports of student progress.  
  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis.  Build and maintain cooperative relationships with parents, and to communicate with them on students' learning and progress both in academics and character.  
  • Maintain safe learning environment, good order, discipline and respect for others among students.
  • Maintain an attractive and stimulating classroom environment.  
  • Take part in all-school responsibilities such as attending assemblies, registering the attendance of students and supervising students before and after school as necessary.  
  • Support other GPA team members in all facets of school life as needed.  
  • Maintain and update personal teacher websites (“Renweb”) according to standards set by the Principal.
  • Foster health communication by regularly checking school email accounts.  
  • Teachers are encouraged to attend Genesis activities that occur outside normal school hours.  Visible support at such events promote the unity of the “Genesis Team”.

WORK SCHEDULE:

  • Please refer to the Employment Offer for the start and end dates for the academic year and staff work days before and after the school year. This includes any make-up days necessary due to weather closures during the course of the year.
  • For the academic year, there will be a four day school week in which classes are in session (M-TH).  The workday of the teacher will begin at 7:15 am for daily staff devotions.  The Genesis Prep typical school week is Monday through Thursday.  
  • One Friday per month will be devoted to a staff development meeting.
  • All teachers are required to update RenWeb (grades, lesson plans, parent communication, etc.) each Friday by 3:30 pm.  
  • All teachers shall be available after their last scheduled class or student supervision period for a period (30 minutes for full time teachers) which the Principal deems sufficient to meet with students who request help and provide tutoring homework time, and individual attention to those in need of it.
  • Teachers are required to perform supervisory duties beyond the classroom as directed by the Principal (e.g. lunch, clubs, committee, volunteering athletic events).
  • Teachers are required to remain after the end of the regular workday or come in prior to the regular workday to staff prayer or discussion meetings each week as determined by the Principal. 
  • Teacher is to be available for a parent/teacher conference after the 1st quarter on the designated evening / after normal school hours during the school year as needed. 
  • Teachers are required to participate in various experiential learning programs (e.g. Professional Development, ACSI Conferences, HS Camp) both on and off site as a regular component to normal work duties as indicated on the school’s master calendar, as it may be amended from time to time. 
  • Teachers will hold conferences initiated by parents of students (CTW’s) with sufficient notice, and at reasonable times beyond the hours of the normal workday as part of their continuing professional responsibilities.  
  • Teacher involvement in the extra-curricular lives of students is strongly encouraged, including advisory roles in clubs, bible studies, mission trips, coaching and / or supporting student athletics.  

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:

  • Teacher agrees to perform reasonable activities and assignments as directed by and in accordance with the highest professional standards and requirements of the AdvancEd, the State of Idaho Board of Education, Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the GPA Board of Directors and Administrative Staff.  These services shall generally be assigned in accordance with the dates and times prescribed in the school’s master calendar, as it may be amended from time to time.  
  • Teacher agrees to abide by the established school protocol when disagreements arise with other staff members according to the biblical principles outlined in Matthew 18 (i.e. (go to them in private first in an attempt to settle the dispute, then involve others as necessary).  

COMPENSATION:
Your compensation package includes specifics regarding each of the following:  Status, Compensation, Term, Personal Days, Holidays, and Tuition consideration.
 

Support Staff Positions

JOB SUMMARY:

Varsity Head Coach is fully responsible for the supervision and development of the High School program, including Middle School, Freshman and JV.  The Varsity Head Coach will lead student athletes in team competition by coaching players in their development of individual and team skills, as well as development into Christian leaders themselves.  Genesis Prep Academy desires Athletics to be a highly visible platform for the exhibition of Christian character.  Our teams play to win, but more importantly to glorify God.  We are committed to an environment of encouragement, teamwork, family and teamwork; not criticism, individualism, or perfectionism.  

QUALIFICATIONS:

Accepts and supports GPA’s Statement of Faith

All coaches must meet requirements set out by IHSAA under Rule 7, 3-1 thru 3-4

Must be at least 21 years of age, High School diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred

Must have some knowledge, preferably 2-3 years, of coaching at High School level

Strong Leadership skills, including interpersonal and social skills

Strong Organizational skills and self motivation

Ability to teach, mentor, motivate and bring out the best in each student athlete

Ability to receive and seek counsel

Contact Mrs. Jessica Whaley for more information on this coaching opportunity.

Email: jwhaley@genesisprep.org

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JOB SUMMARY:
Middle School Coach is responsible for leading student athletes in team competition by coaching players in their development of individual and team skills, as well as development into Christian leaders themselves.  Genesis Prep Academy desires Athletics to be a highly visible platform for the exhibition of Christian character.  Our teams play to win, but more importantly to glorify God.  We are committed to an environment of encouragement, teamwork, family and teamwork; not criticism, individualism, or perfectionism.  
 

QUALIFICATIONS:
 

Accepts and supports GPA’s Statement of Faith.
All coaches must meet requirements set out by IHSAA under Rule 7, 3-1 thru 3-4.
Must be at least 21 years of age, High School diploma required.
Must have knowledge of the game and experience playing.
Coaching experience is preferred.
Strong leadership skills, including interpersonal and social skills.
Strong organizational skills and self motivation.
Ability to teach, mentor, motivate and bring out the best in each student athlete.
Ability to receive and seek counsel.
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:
 

  • Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control, perseverance, and punctuality.  
  • Meet the stress of athletic competition with emotional stability and positive words/actions.
  • Maintain a personal appearance that is a Christian role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste, and agreement with school policy.
  • Use acceptable English in written and oral communication.  Speak with clear articulation.
  • Refuse to use or circulate confidential information inappropriately.

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following:  
 

STUDENT ATHLETES:
 

  • Provide devotion and prayer during each practice, with intentionality to lead athletes to grow in mind, spirit and body.  It is our responsibility to develop Christian growth and leadership.
  • Manage the balance of developing fitness and skill development with beginners.
  • Responsible for seeking a high level of Christian Character and sportsmanship from their players during practices and games.  By modeling this for students, players will learn to view and play the game by watching the example set by the coach.
  • Assist Athletic Director in ensuring athletes remain academically eligible.   The Athletic Director is responsible for checking these grades and notifying coaches, players and families if a player is ineligible.  Although players cannot travel with the team or play in games, it is at the coach’s discretion whether the restricted player is allowed to practice with the team.
     

TEAM:
 

  • Responsible for team selection and team discipline.
  • Responsible for planning practices and team strategy.
  • Teach both the basic and advanced skills of the sport.
     

PRACTICES:
 

  • Develop and supervise regular practices in-season.
  • Work with the Athletic Director to develop a practice schedule prior to season start.  
  • Notify the Athletic Director (AD) of any changes to the practice schedule at least 48 hours in advance.  In case of cancelation due to emergency, the school office must be notified along with the AD.  
  • In cases of inclement weather, confer with the Athletic Director about time change or cancelation.
  • Check the practice facility / field at the end of practices until all players have left.
  • Head Coach will ensure that all practices and games are conducted with the highest level of sportsmanship, remembering that honoring God is #1 mission.
     

GAMES:    
 

  • Dress professionally.
  • Confirm transportation with the Athletic Director.
  • Coordinate team pre-game activities / conduct and supervise pre-game warm-ups.
  • Coach during the game with intensity, encouragement, and professionalism.  Your character will be remembered long after the score.
  • Middle School Coach is to assist the Athletic Director in maintaining and caring for athletic facilities and to aid in preparation for contests.
  • All coaches are to ride the team van to and from athletic events, in the event one is provided.
     

COACHING STAFF:
 

  • Guide assistant coaches on technique, training, practice design and development.
  • Responsible for the general health and welfare of athletes in their sport and giving appropriate attention to athletes who are injured or ill.
  • Responsible for the actions and conduct of his/her team.
     

COMMUNICATION:
 

  • Provide contact information (phone and email) to parents and kids.
  • Communicate game times, locations, and expectations to student athletes in a regular and timely manner.
  • Establish expectations and team captain(s) and players at the beginning of the season.
  • Ensure that all scores and stats are reported to the appropriate media immediately following the games.
  • Communicate effectively and regularly with all players and parents, and the media when applicable.
     

ADMINISTRATION:
 

  • Provide equipment / uniform requests to the Athletic Director before the season.
  • Meet with AD regularly season and at the end of season to evaluate performance and program needs. 
  • Assist the Athletic Director in collecting player fees and necessary paperwork required before the first official practice.
  • Review the NFHS-issued rulebook regularly and bring it to all games for disputes or clarification with officials.
  • Conduct a pre-season meeting with all athletes and parents, outline rules and expectations regarding athlete’s attitude, conduct and appearance as a GPA athlete and student and to ensure all athletes sign a code of conduct for student athlete handbook.
  • Assist Athletic Director in ensuring all physicals are completed and turned into Athletic Director prior to first official practice.
  • Responsible, with the assistance of the Athletic Director, for organizing fundraisers needed for his/her sport.
  • Responsible for all coaches knowing the rules in IHSAA and National Federation of High School rule books and abiding by them at all times.
  • Responsible for a complete inventory of equipment and uniforms of his/her sport.
  • Assist the Athletic Director in the purchase of equipment from responsible companies and following school purchasing procedures.
  • Responsible for ensuring all athletes are supervised until they are picked up or leave if able to drive after all practices and games.
     

PHYSICAL CAPABILITIES:

  • Be able to lift 25-30 lbs.
  • Be able to walk, squat/kneel, sit on the floor, see, hear, and speak with children to ensure children’s health and safety. 
     

WORK SCHEDULE:

  • As required during season, as needed in off season for fundraising and summer development.  
  • Part-time for one season, renewable by mutual agreement.
     

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:
Middle School Coach agrees to perform reasonable activities and assignments as directed by and in accordance with the highest professional standards and requirements of the AdvancEd, the State of Idaho Board of Education, Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the GPA Board of Directors and Administrative Staff.  These services shall generally be assigned in accordance with the dates and times prescribed in the school’s master calendar, as it may be amended from time to time.  
 

Middle School Coach agrees to abide by the established school protocol when disagreements arise with other staff members according to the biblical principles outlined in Matthew 18 (i.e. go to them in private first in an attempt to settle the dispute, then involve others as necessary).  In addition, he/she agrees to go directly to the Principal if a disagreement or problem exists between such parties.  If he/she feels the matter has not been resolved to their satisfaction, they may schedule a time to meet with the Board of Directors to share their grievance.  The employee agrees not to engage in gossip, slander, or speaking poorly of other staff members or members of the school community in order to guard the unity of the Spirit and promote team effectiveness.  
 

Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel to be classified.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time as needed.