Background/Timeline of events:
May 2012 I graduated law school, July 2012 I took my state's bar exam, October 2012 I found out I had passed, and November 2012 I sworn in to my state's bar. Sometime between July and October, I applied for a position as an adjunct professor in the legal studies department for a local community college. It was a rolling admissions process, and I figured I would update my application once I was sworn in and had a bar number.
February 2013 I tried to update my application, and discovered that once you apply you can't update your application after all, or reapply for several years. I lamented this fact to a friend of mine, who is a professor in an entirely different department, but it turns out has an office right down the hall from the assistant dean of the legal studies department, and they are friendly. My friend popped down the hall to the assistant dean, spoke with her, and then passed along her contact information. The assistant dean and I emailed back and forth a bit, and she told me to follow up in early July for the fall '13 semester.
The first week of July 2013 I called the assistant dean, and got her voicemail. I left a very brief message, and then followed that up immediately with an email containing my updated resume.
I have not heard back from the assistant dean, and I would like to call one more time just to make that connection. Since my voicemail and email were both immediately before the long Independence Day weekend I have a slight concern that they may have gotten buried in all the other post-holiday catch-up, although I have to acknowledge that the chances of this happening with both communications is slim. I really want a position, but I also don't want to be overly pushy.
What do the eHellions think? Can I get away with one last follow-up, or do I need to leave the ball in her court now?