Faculty Employment Opportunities

Loyola offers an excellent benefits package including generous tuition benefits for full-time faculty members and their dependents. Please complete our EEO Inquiry Form when applying for the following positions and e-mail to eeo@loyno.edu.

 

Assistant Professor of English

The Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a one-year full-time Visiting Assistant Professor specializing in African, African diaspora, and/or African American literature, with a course load of 4-4, beginning August 1, 2019.  Candidates must have completed the Ph.D. by the start date.

The successful candidate will have a record of excellent undergraduate teaching and a demonstrated commitment to research and publication.  Teaching responsibilities include topics in the candidate's field of expertise, as well as courses fulfilling university-wide requirements in literature and writing.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of three references by April 19, 2019 to Christopher Schaberg, Chair of the Search Committee, at schaberg@loyno.edu

For more information about the position, contact Christopher Schaberg at schaberg@loyno.edu

 

Reference Librarian (part-time) / Visiting Professor-College of Law Library

DESCRIPTION: The Reference Librarian position has the following responsibilities: Provide reference services to library patrons at the reference or circulation desks; facilitate Interlibrary Loan transactions; serve as library liaison to assigned law school faculty members; provide legal research instruction for College of Law classes; supervise student workers; and other duties as assigned. This position is a 20 hour per week position and will involve working evening and weekend hours. The position is a law library extraordinary faculty position.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:   Applicants should possess a J.D. degree from an A.B.A. approved law school. Applicants with substantial completion of the degree and an established interest in working in a library are eligible and welcome to apply for the position. Extensive intern/externships would count toward this experience requirement.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  It is preferable that applicants possess substantial knowledge of legal bibliography and legal research techniques in both print and electronic formats; supervisory experience, teaching experience, experience working with an integrated library system; strong technology skills including the use of outreach through social media; knowledge of current trends in instructional and educational technologies; reference desk experience; and are able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

ENVIRONMENT:  Established over a century ago, the College of Law follows the Jesuit tradition of strong academic programs, with an emphasis on justice and service to others. Both civil and common law curriculums are offered, through full-time day and part-time evening programs, including five joint degree programs by the law school and are supported by the law library. For more detailed information about the College of Law and the Law Library, see: law.loyno.edu and law.loyno.edu/library .

COMPENSATION:  Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Loyola University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

APPLICATIONS:  Interested applicants should email or mail a cover letter and resume along with three references to Brian Barnes, Law Library Director – bcbarnes@loyno.edu .

Reference Librarian / Visiting Professor-College of Law Library

DESCRIPTION: The Reference Librarian position has the following responsibilities: Provide reference services to library patrons at the reference desk; assist in staffing/referencing from the circulation desk; serve as library liaison to assigned law school faculty members; provide legal research instruction for College of Law classes; supervise student workers; and other duties as assigned. Involvement in other projects such as systems administration, creating and maintaining legal research guides and tutorials; participating in collection development; assisting with ILL transactions; outreach endeavors; or work on AALL, SEALL, or NOALL committees is also available and will be determined by a candidates interest, the library’s needs, and/or if the candidate is teaching at the time. This position may involve working some evening and weekend hours. The position is a law library faculty position, with a two to three year renewable appointment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:   Applicants should possess a J.D. degree from an A.B.A. approved law school and an M.L.S. or the equivalent degree. Applicants with completion of one of these degrees and substantial completion of the other degree with intent to finish the degree in the near future are eligible and welcome to apply for the position. Applicants should also have at least six months of work experience in a law library; extensive intern/externships would count toward this experience requirement.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  It is preferable that applicants possess substantial knowledge of legal bibliography and legal research techniques in both print and electronic formats; supervisory experience, teaching experience, experience working with an integrated library system; strong technology skills including the use of outreach through social media; knowledge of current trends in instructional and educational technologies; reference desk experience; and are able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

ENVIRONMENT:  Established over a century ago, the College of Law follows the Jesuit tradition of strong academic programs, with an emphasis on justice and service to others. Both civil and common law curriculums are offered, through full-time day and part-time evening programs, including five joint degree programs by the law school and are supported by the law library. For more detailed information about the College of Law and the Law Library, see: law.loyno.edu and law.loyno.edu/library .

COMPENSATION:  Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits are those applicable to faculty of Loyola University New Orleans. A description of benefits is available on the Loyola University website: http://finance.loyno.edu/human-resources/benefits . Loyola University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

APPLICATIONS:  Interested applicants should email or mail a cover letter and resume along with three references to Brian Barnes, Law Library Director – bcbarnes@loyno.edu .

 

Instructor of French & Francophone Studies—Department of Languages and Cultures

The Department of Languages and Cultures of Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for the position of Instructor with equivalent rank of Assistant Professor of French. This is a contract position beginning August 2019, with the possibility of renewal. Teaching load is 4 classes/semester, specialization open. Courses include beginning, intermediate, and advanced courses in French, and culture classes taught in English. PhD in French or Francophone Studies, native or near-native fluency in French and English, and experience teaching at the undergraduate level required. Special consideration given to candidates able to also teach in Spanish.

To apply, please submit letter of application, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation to:

Dr. Eileen Doll, Chair
Languages & Cultures
Box 118, Loyola University
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA   70118
edoll@loyno.edu

All materials must be received by February 15, 2019. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Questions about the position should be addressed by email to: Dr. Doll at edoll@loyno.edu

Loyola University New Orleans is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. For more information about our university and department, please visit http://cas.loyno.edu/languages-cultures

 

Assistant/Associate Full Professor- School of Nursing

Loyola University New Orleans, a progressive Jesuit University, is seeking to hire outstanding faculty for tenure track and non-tenure track positions at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. Several positions are available.

The School of Nursing awards degrees for students in BSN, MSN, and DNP programs. Responsibilities include: teaching online; community engagement; student supervision; curriculum development, revision and evaluation; program development funding; research translation for practice and a progressive record of scholarship and community service. 

Qualifications: Candidates will have a doctoral degree; national certification or eligibility to complete certification as a Nurse Administrator or Family Nurse Practitioner is required; expertise in Finance and/or Informatics is desirable; experience in education and practice is desired. Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications.

If you are interested in being part of a growing institution executing innovative programs, please submit a letter of interest, vitae, and three letters of reference to:

Dr. Laurie Anne Ferguson, Dean – College of Nursing and Health
School of Nursing, Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St Charles Avenue, Campus Box 45
New Orleans, LA 70118
Attn: Elizabeth Wadsworth, Executive Assistant
Email: ejwadswo@loyno.edu
504-865-2307

For more information, please visit http://cnh.loyno.edu/nursing

Positions will remain open until filled.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 


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