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.

 

Tenure-Track Professor of Accounting - College of Business

The College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for the Joseph A. Butt, S.J., Professorship in Accounting. This is a tenure-track, open-rank Professor of Accounting position, beginning Fall 2021. The scope of specialization within accounting is open and flexible for both research and teaching. Business experience, teaching undergraduate tax or accounting analytics, teaching in an MBA program, and peer-reviewed publications are preferred. The position includes a 3-3 teaching load. Reasonable research productivity and service are required.  The ideal candidate will show potential for establishing a reputation in academia and the profession of accounting, thereby enhancing the reputation of the University. Candidates must meet AACSB standards for scholarly academic status. Minimum qualifications include candidacy (ABD) for the Ph.D. in Accounting or related discipline from an AACSB-accredited institution. Salary is competitive. The Professorship provides an annual spending allowance with a renewable three-year term.  Loyola provides a generous benefits package including 100% tuition remission for spouse and children.

The Joseph A. Butt, S.J., College of Business offers the BBA in accounting, business analytics, economics, finance, international business, management, and marketing to approximately 400 on-ground and online undergraduate students and 100 MBA students. Faculty in the College of Business are devoted to shaping ethical, empowered leaders who invite trust and build community. The College of Business offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs that help students understand and compete in today's global marketplace. The College requires all students to complete internships and provides career preparation through its Portfolio program. Students take part in a unique set of opportunities, including the Center for Entrepreneurship,  that use the city of New Orleans to create many rich learning and mentoring experiences that define our College. Undergraduate programs have been continuously accredited by AACSB since 1957, and graduate programs since 1974. 

Loyola’s undergraduate population is comprised of 38% male and 62% female students.  Ethnic minorities represent 38% of all freshmen and women of color, including those who identify as multiracial, are 30.5% of Loyola's undergraduate population. 

Loyola University New Orleans is a selective Jesuit university that has won many awards and recognitions for the high quality of its academic programs. Based on over 500 years of Jesuit educational experience, Loyola is founded on a strong Ignatian tradition of spirituality and ethics.  Loyola educates diverse leaders dedicated to justice, compassion, service, and academic excellence. Consistent with our mission, we welcome candidates who demonstrate strong commitment to fostering inclusion and equity in a culturally diverse environment. Our beautiful campus is located directly across the street from Audubon Park on iconic St. Charles Avenue in scenic Uptown New Orleans, home to some of the world’s best music venues and restaurants.  

Loyola offers a transformative Jesuit education in the most unique city in America. New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz and host to a world-class culinary scene; it also home to a vibrant arts and tech scene and a growing entrepreneurial, professional, and creative class. Forbes rated New Orleans as the No. 1 brainpower city in the country, and the Huffington Post rated it as the No. 1 city in the U.S. for creative professionals.  Conde Nast's Travel and Leisure recently named New Orleans the No. 2 favorite city in America. The Princeton Review named Loyola one of the nation’s top-tier Best Colleges, a Best Southeastern College, and one of the nation’s “Green Colleges.”

Applications should include the following in one combined pdf document, if possible: cover letter, curriculum vita, evidence of teaching performance, and a copy of latest transcript. Please email applications to Dr. Daphne Main at appacct@loyno.edu

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

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

 

Part-Time Instructors - Division of Natural Sciences

The Division of Natural Sciences at Loyola seek three part-time instructor positions for fall 2020.  Two positions are in BIOL-T121 Bioinquiry meeting Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00-3:15 and Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30-4:45.  One position is in SCIE-T129 Investigating Nature meeting Tuesday and Thursday at 4:55-6:10.

1.       BIOLT121 Bioinquiry, a First Year Seminar for science majors.  This is a hybrid course built on introducing students to the science process through hands-on activities. Half the course is taught using a common syllabus for the various sections of the course.  The last half is based on the instructors choice of a project that the students (in groups) develop experimental design, execute, collect and analyze data and present as poster at the end of the semester.

2.       SCIET129 Investigating Nature, a non-majors introduction to the science process that is team taught and interdisciplinary.  Two instructors each teach an 8-week module for the course.  Effectively, you teach your 8-week module twice to two different classes for a total of 16 weeks.  Module is seminar-based with in-class/group activities as much as possible.  It is focused around the instructors research question but can digress into other related topics which should relate to the science process.

An M.S. is required but a Ph.D. is preferable.  Candidates will need to supply a letter of application, a cv, names and contacts of two references, and demonstrate teaching experience in college-level natural science courses.  Please send applications to Don Hauber, Ph.D. hauber@loyno.edu.  Review of applicants will be begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

 

Adjunct Instructors - College of Business

The College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans is taking applications for various adjunct teaching positions on an ongoing basis in the following subject areas: accounting, economics, finance, business analytics, management, marketing and international business. Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree and/or industry certifications/experience with preferably some teaching experience, both on ground and online.  

Send cv/resume/cover letter to: Kathy Barnett, PhD, Associate Dean, kbarnett@loyno.edu

 

 


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