2022-2023 Staff Applications now open!

Washing the feet of His disciples in John 13:4, not only defied what was considered an act once solely fulfilled by servants, but was a portrayal of love that exemplified servanthood and true humility by Jesus.

 

If you have had a tugging and longing in your heart to serve, the Standing Stones Staff Application for 2022-2023 is now open. We encourage you to pray and consult your church leaders and/or mentors about applying to be a part of the team!

“…whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave—just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” 

Matthew 20:26-28

Scroll down to learn more about some of the positions available! 

(Link to application listed below!)

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Requirements for all Positions

  • Member of a Hmong Baptist National Association Church

  • Active in your local church (in any capacity)

  • Over the age of 18

  • Have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior (and Baptized)

  • Commitment to serve for 2 years (end of Standing Stones Camp 2021 through end of Standing Stones Camp 2023)—non-compensated

  • Willing to take work/school off for conference calls and retreats (typically Fri-Sun), and the whole duration of camp (typically Friday–Saturday, 9 days)

  • Present at Standing Stones Camp 2021

Role Descriptions

Treasurer

As the Treasurer, you will manage the finances/expenses of camp. Your primary tasks will include, but are not limited to: 

 

  • Manage projected budgets for staff team (President budget, PR budget, etc) 

  • Approve and Consult huge purchases with HBNA Finance Director, HBNA Youth Director, and SS President 

  • Set up fundraisers prior, during, and after camp (work with PR to promote when needed) 

  • Record, Track, and Secure all purchases made and fundraiser money

  • Reimburse staff members accordingly (usually done after camp) 

  • Communicate with Secretary regarding Camp Registration (you will help out) 

 

This person will need good administrative skills to execute and manage budget projection (experience with Xcel is recommended), have clear communication with staff team, and be a good problem-solver with numbers. You will work closely with everyone on the staff team, especially Secretary, and as well as the HBNA Finance Director.

Volunteer Director

As the Volunteer Director (previously titled Workshop Director) you oversee Track/Workshop Teachers, Group Leaders, and Camp Volunteers. Your responsibilities include:

  • Secure and Organize Track/Workshop Teacher information (topics, biographies, descriptions, etc.)

  • Create Group Leader and Volunteer Applications (work with PR to promote)

  • Interview and Organize Group Leader information 

  • Organize Volunteers into appropriate areas (security, first aid, activities).

  • Support Teachers, Group Leaders, and Volunteers in the months leading up to camp and during camp. 

For this position you will need good organization, communication, and outreach skills. You will be working closely to other SS staff members in addition to all volunteers (teachers, group leaders, volunteers). 

Public Relations Director

As the Public Relations Director, you will coordinate, support, and manage all aspects of marketing, promotions (digital, email marketing, and collateral), web, social media, visuals (ex: powerpoints, signage, photography), and print resources (t-shirts, program books). Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:

  • Manage, design, and update information on the standingstonescamp.org website

  • Manage, provide written/design content, and publish content on social media (Facebook and Instagram)

  • Compile content, organize, and send quarterly eNewsletters (Scoop of Stones)

  • Manage, coordinate, and design camp program booklet (may include information like guest speaker bios, workshop session names and descriptions, map of camp, etc.)

  • Support in photography (or use of an assistant)

  • Design and manage production of camp t-shirts (campers and staff)

  • Design and promote camp via online, promotional packets to HBNA churches through fliers

  • Coordinate and organize fundraising photo services (prints) at camp (if applicable)

  • Manage camp signage and visuals at camp (posters, banners, directional signage, inspirational and prayer halls)

This person will work closely with all team members—notably secretary—for support on registration (promotion and set-up) if needed. The person stepping into this role should have strong organizational skills, experience with web management (or willingness to learn), experience with design tools (or willingness to learn), and have an eye for design (bonus!).

Secretary

As the Secretary, you will utilize clerical and administrative skills to coordinate camp registration as well as assist and equip the team with key information. You will need to be comfortable being the primary point of contact for inquiries and requests. Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:

  •  Respond to emails, letters, and website messages; direct inquiries to the appropriate person

  • Work with the President to arrange and schedule meetings; prepare, write and distribute meeting documents

  • Work alongside the PR to create efficient registration forms/platforms

  • Manage, coordinate and process conference registrations

  • Manage and coordinate room assignments for all attendees at camp

  • Proofread and edit documents to ensure proper spelling and grammar

  • Maintain updated contact information for registering groups; keep such information confidential

This person will work closely with team members as well as large volumes of groups. Excellent verbal communication and a professional, friendly demeanor is recommended. The person stepping into this role should have strong organizational skills, proficiency with computers (especially in MS Office and related registration platforms), and most importantly, a willingness to serve.

Click here to apply!