Human Resources Department
Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
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Temporary Part-Time Substitute Teacher
This position will assume duties of any classroom teacher during his or her absence and will work with children from 4 months to 5 years of age. This position will be utilized on a part-time, on-call basis, as needed. This position is 25 hours per week for up to 6 months.
QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or GED; minimum of one year prior experience working with young children in a childcare situation; excellent verbal and non-verbal skills; CPR and First Aid Training certified. Must comply with state laws regarding fingerprinting and NCIC search.
Learning Commons Assistant (Part-Time) - University Library
The Monroe Library Learning Commons (LC) is a developing collaborative space where students, faculty, and staff come together to study, learn, teach, create, and socialize. The Learning Commons Assistant will provide basic circulation, reference, and technology assistance in a collaborative environment with the rest of the Monroe Library faculty and staff. The position is responsible for managing the library facilities during the evening, and collaborates with the Learning Commons Manager to train, supervise, evaluate, and mentor student employees.
The part-time Learning Commons Assistant’s work schedule during the Fall and Spring semesters are: Thursdays 4-9pm, Fridays 4-9pm, Saturdays 10:30-6pm and Sundays 10:30-4pm. Summer and intersession scheduling will vary.
Qualifications: College degree, or two years of college and two years of library work experience; excellent customer service skills with a demonstrated ability to work in an active learning environment and juggle multiple tasks; excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills with clear evidence of ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with faculty, staff, students and others; demonstrated problem solving skills, motivated to learn new things; strong commitment to team-based work and a high degree of accuracy in complex, detailed work; willingness and ability to make temporary or permanent schedule changes to ensure optimal staffing of service area; skills and experience using a variety of hardware and software applications including but not limited to MS Office, scanning, audiovisual equipment, and web page publishing. Experience trouble-shooting technical problems.
Additional desirable qualifications: Experience working in an academic library service environment; library circulation experience; computer lab experience; skills and experience supervising, scheduling, and training; skills and experience in project planning and implementation in a service environment.
Physical requirements: Ability to lift and carry a minimum of 20 lbs.
Figure Model - College of Art & Design
The Figure Model position for visual arts classes at Loyola University New Orleans is an occasional, part-time position. Models will be hired primarily for painting and drawing classes, although it is possible that sculpture or ceramics classes might also require their services at some time.
Qualifications: Some prior academic figure modeling experience is preferred. Both male and female models are eligible to apply; figure models must be punctual and must maintain a professional demeanor. Persons hired as figure models must be able to hold poses as long as one half an hour and should have a repertoire of short gesture poses with which they are already familiar.
No positions are available at the present time.
Assistant Director, Career Coach for Creative/Fine Arts and Entertainment - Career Development Center
As part of a major strategic re-invention of the career center, The Career Development Center is seeking a qualified individual to provide one-on-one career coaching and develop career education programs for undergraduate students seeking professions within the Creative and Fine Arts and Entertainment. The position will be the primary liaison for students in creative and fine arts and entertainment career community and will engage with appropriate academic departments. This individual will also seek to build and maintain employer relationships with target employers for students within this career community. In addition to career coaching and employer engagement, this individual will serve as the team lead for one major strategic initiative within the Career Development Center. Major strategic initiatives include: outcomes and first-destinations data collection, experiential education, career exploration, assessment, and mentoring and alumni connections.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; Master’s Degree from an accredited institution in counseling, education, higher education, student personnel services, fine arts, art/art education or related field strongly preferred; knowledge of career development and student development theory and practice; minimum of 1 year of prior experience providing career guidance or advising for undergraduate students in a college/university setting. Graduate school assistantship in career advising, academic advising or student leadership is acceptable will count towards experience; strong customer service orientation; creativity, ability to assume responsibility, takes initiative and motivates others; proven ability to design and present creative and innovative programs; well-developed organization skills; ability to manage multiple projects; excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills; strong verbal and written communication skills; knowledge of basic career and job search principles and techniques, and working knowledge of recruiting software or CRM software; must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Preferred qualifications include: prior experience working in the arts and/or entertainment industries strongly preferred; combination of a depth and range of experience in music, fine arts, graphic design, or the creative arts; strong customer service orientation; creativity, ability to assume responsibility, take initiative, and motivate others; demonstrated track record of developing innovative approaches to engage students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers; familiarity with the unique career development needs of students interested in creative/fine arts and entertainments professions.
Assistant Director; Career Coach for Science, Technology & Health Career - Career Development Center
As part of a major strategic re-invention of the career center, The Career Development Center is seeking a qualified individual to provide one-on-one career coaching and develop career education programs for undergraduate students seeking professions within Science, Technology, & Health. The position will be the primary liaison for students in science, technology, and health career community and will engage with appropriate departments within the College of Arts and Sciences. This individual will also seek to build and maintain employer relationships with target employers for students within this career community. In addition to career coaching and employer engagement, this individual will serve as team lead for one major strategic initiative within the Career Development Center. Major strategic initiatives include: outcomes and first-destinations data collection, experiential education, career exploration, assessment, and mentoring and alumni connections.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree from an accredited institution in counseling, education, higher education, student personnel services or related field. Knowledge of career development and student development theory and practice. Minimum of one year prior experience providing career guidance or advising for undergraduate students in a college/university setting. Graduate school assistantship in career advising, academic advising is acceptable. Must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Strong customer service orientation; creativity, ability to assume responsibility, takes initiative and motivates others. Proven ability to design and present programs/workshops. Well-developed organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects; excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills; strong verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of basic career and job search principles and techniques and working knowledge of recruiting software or CRM software.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated track record of developing innovative approaches to engage students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers. Prior experience working with STEM majors and/or knowledge of STEM fields preferred. High level of resourcefulness, influence/organizational savvy and execution skills (strategy through implementation) program development and management experience. Familiarity with the unique career development needs of students from STEM majors. Knowledge of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory Preferred.
Grants Coordinator (Part-Time) - Office of Grants & Research
The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs seeks a motivated, organized, and technically skilled individual to serve primarily as a part-time pre-award coordinator responsible for the submission of applications to multiple funding sources. This individual will have sole responsibility for the technical aspects of submissions to Grants.gov, Fastlane, and other electronic application and award management systems. Primary duties will include assisting project leaders in finding appropriate funding opportunities, preparing and assembling proposals, calendaring and submitting progress reports to sponsors, and maintaining current knowledge of federal agency standards for applications and reports. The position involves coordination among multiple offices and requires excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will demonstrate a service-oriented, problem-solving attitude, and excellent judgement. This position is 25 hours per week.
Bachelor's degree relevant to sponsored projects, such as research, project management, business, communication, law, or accounting. At least a year of direct experience preparing and submitting applications to multiple sponsors through Grants.gov and other federal application management systems. Experience with eCommons. Ability to keep up with emerging technology in the field of electronic research administration. Excellent technical skills, including proficiency in Excel, Word, Adobe, and grant-related search engines. Reliability, flexibility, and the ability to perform complex projects independently. Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure. Sound judgement; excellent communication, organizational, and writing skills; and the ability to maintain confidential information. Ability to address multiple tasks in quick succession.
Assistant Director for Student Involvement (Leadership & Student Engagement)- Office of Student Involvement
The Assistant Director is responsible for contributing to the overall goals of the Department of Student Involvement by providing direction to integrated student learning, learning outcomes based assessment, and student success strategies. While creating a mission-driven, co-curricular experience, the Assistant Director is committed to fostering a collegiate environment, which supports the Jesuit mission, fosters the development of a transformative learning community, and recognizes, affirms and celebrates the educational value of diversity. A successful staff member is dedicated to: applying best practices in pedagogy, fostering students’ ability to integrate academic knowledge with experiences outside of the classroom, thinking critically and innovatively about student success interventions, effectively communicating with students, peers and supervisors, and collaborating with campus and community partners.
Master's Degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Student Personnel or experience in directly related area. Minimum of 1 year of professional experience in Student Affairs. Experience with curriculum development, teaching, and assessing learning outcomes for co-curricular programs. Skilled in planning and implementing small and large-scale collegiate programs. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Performance and conduct supportive of the principles of a Jesuit education and the goals of the University.
Associate Director for Student InvolvementOffice of Student Involvement
The Associate Director is responsible for contributing to the overall goals of the Department of Student Involvement by leadership in the direction of integrated, student learning, learning outcomes based assessment, and student success strategies. While creating a mission-driven, co-curricular experience, the Associate Director is committed to fostering a collegiate environment, which supports the Jesuit mission, fosters the development of a transformative academic community, and recognizes, affirms and celebrates the educational value of diversity. A successful staff member is dedicated to: applying best practices in pedagogy, fostering students’ ability to integrate academic knowledge with experiences outside of the classroom, thinking critically and innovatively about student success interventions, effectively communicating with students, peers and supervisors, and collaborating with campus and community partners.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Student Personnel, or directly related field. Minimum of 3-years professional experience in Student Affairs. Knowledge in theoretical and research foundations of student development. Experience with curriculum development and teaching as well as creating assessing learning outcomes for co-curricular programs. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience in the planning and implementation of small and large-scale campus initiatives. Sound judgment, initiative and discretion in handling highly confidential and sensitive matters. Performance and conduct supportive of the principles of a Jesuit education and the goals of the University.
Assistant Director for Study Abroad - Center for International Education
The Assistant Director for Study Abroad is primarily responsible for the day-to-day operations of marketing, recruiting a diverse population, advising, pre-departure and return preparation of study abroad students, and assessment of the students’ experience. In addition, the Assistant Director is responsible for the maintenance of the Loyola study abroad (StudioAbroad) website primarily the program websites and applications. Ultimately, the Assistant Director is responsible for increasing the number of students studying abroad and developing procedures and ensuring compliance with these procedures.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree preferred; a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 2-3 years of experience in study abroad advising or international educational exchanges required. A minimum of one semester university study abroad experience required. Priority will be given to candidates with experience with Terra Dotta software. Strong computer skills (word processing, database, spreadsheet, desktop publishing.) Strong language skills, both oral and written. Demonstrated sensitivity to cultural differences. Demonstrated ability to work with detail and perform duties without close supervision. Ability to make mature and professional decisions even in the absence of policy. Ability to juggle multiple tasks and work under pressure. Knowledge of a second language highly desirable. Facility with use of online learning platforms such as blackboard. Knowledge of intercultural theory such as the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity and appropriate interventions in student learning.
Title IX Coordinator - Office of Government and Legal Affairs
Working under the direction of the Director of Government and Legal Affairs, the Title IX Coordinator will oversee and coordinate compliance programs for Title IX, VAWA, ADA, Clery Act and all other applicable laws and regulations, including monitoring and implementation of updates to best practices. This position will work closely with campus partners such as administration, faculty, staff, and students to direct an institutional comprehensive compliance program by developing initiatives, conducting training, and coordinating awareness of all initiatives.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, a minimum of four years of progressively responsible experience in Title IX complaint investigation and resolution is required, comparable experience in equal opportunity, affirmative action or human resources in higher education will be considered. Knowledge of Title IX, VAWA, FERPA, SAVE, Clery Act, AA, ADA, EEO and other applicable laws and regulations. Understanding of best practices in higher education related to compliance policy and requirements. Excellent interpersonal skills, including interviewing experience. The ability to understand the needs of the University and to work with faculty, staff, students and community partners creating effective community-wide relationships that foster collaboration. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience in presentations and educational programs, managing projects, oversight and management of sensitive and confidential documents and files. The ability to exercise judgement, maintains a neutral position in disputes, work independently and communicate outcomes objectively. Able to advise, guide and review deputy investigators; coordinating and consulting within a diverse campus community. Strong planning, organizational, analytical and administrative skills with high proficiency in computer use, ability to master new systems and skills to perform efficiently.
Vice President of Enrollment Management - Office of Enrollment Management
The Vice President for Enrollment Management reports to the President and provides dynamic, innovative, and collaborative leadership to the Offices of Admissions and Student Financial Services (Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Student Accounts) in directing and strengthening undergraduate enrollment processes, in supporting and enhancing existing graduate and continuing education processes, and in building and augmenting transfer and international processes. As a key member of the President’s senior team, the Vice President leads institutional conversations on how Loyola will best navigate the increasingly competitive higher education marketplace, promotes key institutional messages in speaking to internal and external audiences, and employs knowledge of best practices in engaging the entire campus community in embracing an enrollment-centered culture that promotes the Jesuit identity and mission of the campus. The Vice President provides the vision for enrollment operations and empowers the enrollment management team to assess and refine the strategy and tactics needed to achieve enrollment objectives in a rapidly-changing environment.
The Vice President leads the development and implementation of Loyola’s comprehensive enrollment plan; chairs an enrollment management steering committee to identify, implement, and improve programs and services; develops systemic best practices for enrolling undergraduate, graduate, transfer, continuing education, and international populations; works to diversify and solidify robust enrollment numbers and revenue streams; implements full-cycle admissions and financial aid leveraging programs, including delivery of institutional, federal, state, and private financial aid to meet enrollment goals; uses data-based analytics and market assessments to inform decision making; leads, supervises, and provides professional development for a diverse team of admissions and student financial services professionals; administers contemporary marketing, promotional, communication, and technology applications; and emphasizes innovative recruitment tactics to ensure growth-oriented enrollment trends. The position has a high public profile and requires the Vice President to partner broadly with academic affairs, student affairs, athletics, advancement, marketing and communication, information technology, alumni, regional and national high school counselors, community colleges, students and parents, and other stakeholder groups. The Vice President oversees 30 employees with four direct reports, and administers an annual administrative budget of approximately $3.5 million.
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred); progressively significant experience in enrollment management; and demonstrated ability to strategically increase undergraduate enrollment. Successful candidates will also demonstrate knowledge of graduate, continuing education, international, and online enrollment practices/trends; experience in the design and implementation of admissions and enrollment management systems, data-based predictive modeling programs, student aid estimating, and student information systems; expertise in implementing strategies for marketing and outreach to new students, emphasizing historically productive locations while also developing new markets; and a successful record of administration including planning, budgeting, resource management, personnel management, and program development. The Vice President must have excellent interpersonal skills with strong written and oral communication abilities; the ability to develop a cohesive, collaborative, and high-functioning staff team; a commitment to diversity, equity, and social justice; the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, staff, and administrators; and an understanding of national trends and current best practices in enrollment management.
Application and Nomination: Review of applications will begin March 10, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Peter Rosenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
Community Director - Office of Residential Life
The Community Director, as an educational practitioner, provides leadership through the residential curriculum for academic success, community development, and management of a residence hall of 160-500 students. Community Directors are 12-month, live-in professionals.
Community Directors cultivate student learning opportunities through learning-based community program experiences, intentional one-on-one dialogue, and guided reflection. Community Directors are committed to ensuring a residential environment that supports our Catholic and Jesuit mission, the continual development of dynamic academic living and learning communities, and working with students of diverse backgrounds and experiences. Successful staff members demonstrate a focus on educational practices that strengthen students’ abilities to think critically and communicate effectively with students, colleagues and supervisors.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field; experience with teaching, learning outcome development, learning assessment and curriculum development; previous experience in housing or related field; demonstrated ability to work and interact within a diverse environment; understanding and supportive of Loyola’s Catholic and Jesuit mission and values.
No positions are available at the present time.
Electrician - Physical Plant
Under the direct supervision of the Electrician Foreman, the Electrician will coordinate electrical work and perform all related duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate, G.E.D., or successful completion of vocational school training in the field of electrician, and at least five years of practical experience in general electrical work (including any vocational training); skilled in the use of standard trade tools and equipment; ability to interpret instructions and carry them out properly; ability to adopt an industrious and cooperative attitude in relations with fellow workers; must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management; must be willing to work overtime when assigned, and to adjust work schedule to the needs of the department when necessary.
Physical Requirements: It may be necessary to perform work in noisy, hot, dry, and/or wet locations. Must be able to lift heavy objects and handle large items. Must be able to withstand heat and dust. Must be able to bend, stoop, climb, and work in cramped areas.
Facilities Maintenance Technician - Physical Plant
Under direct supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Foreman or other supervisor, the Facilities Maintenance Technician will perform general facilities maintenance work as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: High School Graduate or G.E.D., or vocational training in a related field; at least three years of experience in the repair of mechanical systems; including vocational training or training in a particular area of expertise needed by the Physical Plant; skill in the use of all standard trade tools; ability to interpret instructions and carry them out properly; ability to perform duties in an industrious and cooperative manner within the University; must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment; must be able to successfully pass any driver background investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management; must be willing to work overtime when assigned and to adjust work schedule to the needs of the department when necessary; thorough knowledge of plumbing systems desired; working familiarity with computer systems.
Physical requirements: Must be able to lift heavy objects and handle large items. Must be able to withstand heat and dust; must be able to bend, stoop, climb, and work in cramped areas; considerable walking is required.
Parking Enforcement Assistant - University Police
Parking Enforcement Assistants are non-sworn civilian members of the public safety/university police department. Parking Enforcement Assistants work from the university’s Parking Services office and help the department by issuing parking citations and immobilizing (boot) vehicles in accordance with Loyola’s Parking & Traffic Regulations. They also may be utilized in assisting with posting valid reserved parking signs and setting up and removing traffic cones and bollards as needed. This is a 10-month, academic year position (mid-August through mid-May) that is part-time (30 hours per week) and benefits eligible. This position will start in August, 2017.
QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or G.E.D.; successful completion of a detailed application, a criminal record check, drug testing, a pre-employment physical exam and a psychological evaluation; must possess a valid driver’s license, subject to approval by the University’s Risk Management department; this position is required to enforce parking rules and regulations and can be exposed to certain temptations to show favoritism, corruption, or unlawful monetary gain; it is a “business necessity” that Parking Enforcement Assistants exhibit a history and characteristics of honesty, integrity, reliability, ability to manage personal finances, interpersonal skills, and non-use of illegal drugs; work schedules may be involuntarily reassigned to any shift to meet the needs of the department;; a working telephone is required; ability to read and comprehend written documents as well as gather information to complete citations and related supplemental Incident Reports is required; excellent communication and people skills; must welcome the cultural diversity found in a university setting; ability to interact in a positive manner with people of various backgrounds is required; ability to offer and demonstrate independent judgment and personal initiative; the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy, and courtesy in communicating with co-workers and the public required; this position occupies a position of trust and must maintain a strict level of confidentiality. Prior parking enforcement experience is preferred.
Physical requirements: Must be able to perform all the job functions of a Parking Enforcement Assistant unassisted, and at a pace and level of performance consistent with the actual job performance requirement; mandatory pre-employment drug testing, a pre-employment physical exam and psychological testing and evaluation by Loyola University’s counseling center is required; ability to effectively perform in situations that are physically or mentally stressful; must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time; must be able to drive a university vehicle during both day and night; requires the ability to see in conditions including lighted, dim, and dark areas; must be able to communicate effectively and coherently over law enforcement and/or other radio channels; must be able to extinguish small fires by using fire extinguishers and other appropriate means if possible; may be called upon to lift and carry bollards, some weighing up to 37 lbs., as well as pull up and push bollards in place; an ability to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.
Director- University Police
The Director is responsible for the development and maintenance of a total program of campus security which provides for the protection of all members of the University community, guests and University property. The Director is also responsible for providing traffic and parking enforcement and the issuance of Loyola’s ID cards under the banner of Parking & ID Services section. The Director provides leadership for personnel, programmatic, management and budgetary supervision for the entire department.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field and significant on the job law enforcement training. Minimum of seven years of full-time professional experience in law enforcement, with at least five of those years being in some level of supervisory experience. Significant background, experience and training in law enforcement, preferably with experience on a college campus. Basic knowledge of criminal justice and law enforcement theory. A comprehensive understanding of the college student and the ability, disposition and desire to work with students, faculty, and staff in a university campus setting. An ability to articulate to departmental members and the campus community the mission, role, programs, policies and procedures of the Public Safety Department. Good organizational, administrative, supervisory and human relations skills. Must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Performance and conduct which is basically supportive of the principles and traditions of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of the University. Must have the ability to work weekends, nights and holidays, as needed. Experience on a college campus strongly preferred.
Dispatcher - University Police
The LUPD Dispatcher position requires use of telephone, radio transmitter/receiver equipment, surveillance camera controls, and accompanying DVRs. Responsibilities are to receive and respond efficiently to general complaints, emergency calls, various alarm alerts, communications from university police officers, and monitoring of all cameras and DVRs. This position will require shift work. Specifically, scheduled shifts are from 6am-2pm, 2pm-10pm, and 10pm-6am.
Qualifications: High school diploma or G.E.D. required; must have fluent command of the English language and ability to communicate clearly in person, by radio, and telephone; experience as a dispatcher, receptionist, or communications officer in an emergency environment preferred; must exhibit appropriate level of maturity and sensitivity when interacting with the public; ability to manage confidential material; possess the ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally; must be able to exercise tact, diplomacy, and courtesy when communicating with co-workers and the public; excellent public relations skills are required; must be able to effectively handle multiple duties at once: telephones, alarms, radio traffic, etc.; must maintain a working telephone at his/her residence; must adhere to the department’s mission statement, all pertinent regulations and general orders and all university policies and procedures; must be able to sit for long periods of time in one position; communicate effectively and coherently over law enforcement and other radio channels; must be capable of initiating and responding to radio communications; must be able to perform all duties calmly and accurately under conditions of stress; ability to view all camera monitors with accuracy; ability to effectively hear conversations and alarm signals of all types; able to manipulate camera and alarm controls and VCRs effectively. Please note: Dispatchers may be involuntarily reassigned to any shift to meet the needs of the university. Mandatory overtime may be required to meet the needs of the department and/or the university. Psychological testing and evaluation is required. Mandatory pre-employment drug testing is required. Dispatchers occupy safety-sensitive or security-sensitive positions and must comply with the department’s mandatory random drug testing program. LUPD dispatchers are strictly bound by the confidentiality policies of the university and the police department.
Police Officer - University Police
The Police Officer provides law enforcement patrol and investigative work in protecting life, property, and assets of Loyola University. Execution of the duties enumerated in Louisiana Revised Statutes 17:1805, et seq. crime prevention and detection, and all other duties connected with law enforcement functions; enforcement of all local, state, and federal laws, and ordinances within the officer’s jurisdiction.
Qualifications: High school diploma or G.E.D.; preference given to those with college education and comparable experience; U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien; must have completed training mandated by the State of Louisiana under Revised Statute 17:1805 and any other applicable laws and/or regulations. Must have passed the P.O.S.T. examination given by the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement Peace Officer Standards and Training Council and been awarded certification by that agency; able to qualify for and retain a commission for a University Police Officer issued under authority of the University Police Department. The Loyola University Police Department requires the completion of a detailed application, a criminal record check, and fingerprinting. The decision on issuance or non-issuance of this commission is final unless such denial is based upon incorrect information, which was not supplied by you; must possess a valid Louisiana Driver’s license, subject to approval by the University’s insurance company. University Police Officers are required to enforce the laws/rules and they are exposed to certain temptations to show favoritism, corruption, or unlawful monetary gain. It is a “business necessity” that officers exhibit a history and characteristics of honesty, integrity, reliability, ability to manage personal finances, interpersonal skills, and non-use of illegal drugs. University Police are frequently placed in a position of physical and mental stress. Therefore, a history of mental or physical disability may be grounds for denying employment; or, these factors might be a consideration in the hiring process. Applicants and officers posing a substantial risk of injury to themselves, other officers, and the public are at a substantial disadvantage in the hiring process, and in retaining this position after employment; applicant may be required by the University Police Department to produce other documents to evaluate his/her suitability for the position. Shifts are usually rotated; officers may be involuntarily reassigned to any shift to meet the needs of the university; refusal of a shift change may result in termination; a University Police Officer must maintain a working telephone at his/her residence and immediately notify the University Police Department and Human Resources of any changes; failure to do so may result in termination. Beliefs basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of Loyola University; must accept and adhere to the department’s mission statement, all pertinent regulations and general orders and all university policies and procedures. Mandatory overtime may be required to meet the needs of the department and/or the university; refusal of such overtime may result in termination. To maintain and improve general proficiency, mandatory training may be required; refusal or failure to attend or complete required training may result in termination.
No positions are available at the present time.