Human Resources Department
Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
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Learning Commons Research Assistant - University Library
The temporary Learning Commons Research Assistant will provide research, circulation and technology assistance from an active Learning Commons desk. The schedule includes nights and weekend hours. This position will be scheduled to work approx. 28 hours per week through the end of July 2014.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; actively pursuing MLS degree from an ALA accredited program, with reference course work completed, or, Masters of Library Science Degree from an accredited library school; highly motivated and organized, with excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills; demonstrated commitment to responsive and innovative service; demonstrated ability to work in an active and user-centered environment and can juggle multiple tasks. Flexibility is highly valued in this position; fluency in the use of Microsoft Office and other computer applications; comfortable learning new technologies and enjoys teaching others; ability to troubleshoot basic computer, printer, photocopy machine issues. Preferred qualifications include: Experience working in an academic library service environment; general knowledge of circulation services; computer lab experience; supervisory experience; experience with Blackboard or other course management software.
Part-Time Assistant Tennis Coach - Athletics
The Assistant Tennis Coach will support both the men’s and women’s tennis teams by fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of the position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the Head Tennis Coach in providing coaching expertise and administrative duties for the intercollegiate tennis program on a part-time basis. This position is scheduled to work 10-20 hours per week and will work during the academic year.
Qualifications: Minimum of 1 year coaching or playing experience, manager experience, or GA experience; Ability to work effectively with college student-athletes, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community; High School diploma or GED; Bachelor’s degree preferred; A working knowledge of ITF Rules; a philosophy of intercollegiate athletics which places the highest emphasis on the pre-eminence of the academic mission of the institution and role of athletics as a part of the student’s total educational experience for both the student-athlete and the student non-athlete; a well-developed personal system of ethical values which will be used as the basis for supervising and developing student athletes in the tennis program; 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.
Physically, this position must be able to perform other physical duties required to maintain the playing facility; must be able to carry objects up to 25lbs.
Administrative Assistant III - Department of History
This position will assist the History Department Chairperson in the smooth operation of the History Department by interacting with faculty and students while providing administrative support to the department.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; minimum three years administrative experience preferred, previous clerical experience in higher education setting strongly preferred; Proficiency with MS Office application, especially Word and Excel; Proficiency in the use of office machines (Risograph, Xerox machine, laser printer, scanner, fax); excellent organizational skills; ability to organize, allocate, and coordinate work; excellent written and verbal communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well under pressure.
Associate Director of Operations - Residential Life
The Associate Director of Operations is responsible for the operation and management of student housing as a component of the Residential Life program. The Associate Director will oversee the housing assignment process, occupancy, key and identification card administration, and facilities management as they support the mission and further development of the department. The Associate Director will rotate back-up and on-call responsibilities with the Director and will serve as Director of Residential Life in the absence of the Director.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field; four or more years of full-time experience in residential life or campus housing; experience in housing assignments and facilities management or related functional area; proficiency in common office software packages and housing management system; occasional to frequent work requirements on evenings, weekends, and holidays; ability to perform physical requirements of the position with reasonable accommodations.
Community Director (2 Vacancies) - Residential Life
Loyola University New Orleans is seeking to fill two Community Director vacancies. The Community Director is a 12 month, live-in position responsible for the oversight of a residential community that engages students through implementation and management of programming; community standards; developing student leadership potential; and collaborating with Resident Chaplains, divisional departments, and other University resources to accomplish departmental goals.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field; previous experience in housing or related field; demonstrated ability to work and interact within a diverse environment.
Admissions Counselor - Admissions
This position will be responsible for initiating, planning, executing and evaluating programs for the recruitment of students within assigned geographical areas, including receptions and/or other promotional programs. Additional responsibilities include conducting scholarship and admission interviews with prospective students, and campus tours as scheduled for visitors to the university. This position will also act as a liaison with the College of Music and Fine Arts in the recruitment of students.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; degree in Music and Fine Arts strongly preferred; previous experience in the music and fine arts field, preferably as a performer, strongly preferred: previous experience in admissions or a related public relations field preferred; experience in the use of personal computers in the recruitment process preferred; must have a valid and current driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record as determined by Loyola’s Office of Risk Management; proven initiative, imagination and organizational qualities to assist in the development of programs and promote the university to various publics (i.e. prospective students and parents, secondary school administrators and teachers, etc.) so as to matriculate a sufficient number of qualified freshman and transfer students in music each year; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing to individuals and large groups of prospective students and their parents, secondary school personnel, alumni, current students and their parents, as well as administrators and faculty; willingness to acquire an understanding of the Jesuit commitment to excellence in education, diversity of the student body, social service, and the liberal arts and sciences traditions. The goals and priorities of a value-centered education must be reflected in any recruitment program and by the presentations of the admission counselor; ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff, students and alumni. Willingness to travel extensively during the Fall and Spring semesters and to work irregular hours and weekends. Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time and must be able to carry and transport up to 40 pounds of materials and/or equipment.
Campus Visit Coordinator - Admissions
Coordinates the planning, execution and evaluation of all programs related to the reception and scheduling of all visitors to the Office of Admissions and related meetings with other university departments; assists the management staff in the day-to-day operations of the Office of Admissions.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of three years of experience in event management, ideally in the college admissions field or other higher education function; experience in the use of personal computers for the functions of Microsoft office, database management and spreadsheet applications and internet-based business and creative applications; must be a licensed driver of an automobile with an acceptable driving record as determined by Loyola’s Office of Risk Management. ability to work irregular hours and weekends, as necessary; must have initiative, imagination and organizational skills to coordinate and implement promotional programs and yield activities; ability to work on multiple tasks with extreme attention to detail; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing to individuals and large groups of prospective students and their parents, secondary school personnel, alumni, current students and parents, administrators and faculty; willingness to acquire an understanding of the Jesuit commitment to excellence in education, diversity of the student body, social service and the liberal arts and sciences traditions. The goals and priorities of a value-centered education must be reflected in any recruitment activity, special program or other promotional activity; ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff and students; must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time; must be able to carry and transport 40 pounds of materials and/or equipment.
Director of Disability Services - Academic Affairs - Academic Resource Center
The Director of Disability Services directs university-wide Disability Services for students: verifies documentation of disabilities and implements disability accommodations for undergraduate, Law and graduate students with special needs. The Director also oversees the development and implementation of materials and written statements, forms and other written materials regarding the University’s Disability Policy, chairs the Disability Advisory Committee and serves on other University committees; communicates with Deans, Associate Deans, Chairs, Faculty and the Administrative staff from the four divisions in relation to the implementation of Disability and other support services. The Director of Disability Services also serves as the University’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator.
Qualifications: Minimum of a Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Education or other relevant discipline required, Ph.D. preferred; demonstrated knowledge of all categories of disabilities and appropriate accommodations in an academic environment; ability to interpret psycho-educational assessments; clear knowledge and understanding of the application of Section 504, the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act and 2009 ADA Amendments Act in the higher education context; strong knowledge of current research and best practices in disability student services; excellent communication, both oral and written, and interpersonal skills; effective program development and management skills preferred; 3 or more years of relevant experience in disability services is strongly preferred, preferably in an institution of higher education with increasing responsibility in disability services; specific expertise and experience working with students at risk and/or crisis management preferred; experience in providing trainings and presentations on disability topics to a wide range of audiences preferred.
Currently, there are no openings in this category.
Currently, there are no openings in this category.
Police Officer - LUPD
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; enforcing of all local, state, and federal laws and ordinances within the officer’s jurisdiction.
Qualifications: High School Graduate or G.E.D., with 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 successfully complete required training may result in termination.
Currently, there are no openings in this category.