Human Resources Department
Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
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Annual Giving Social Entrepreneur - Institutional Advancement
The Social Entrepreneur is a professional part-time member of the Institutional Advancement staff, reporting to the Assistant Director of Annual Giving Campaigns, Phonathon. It shall be the general responsibility of this person to help increase donors. This position will work through the 10 month academic year for approximately four hours per week.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University New Orleans; strong organizational and management skills; must possess strong interpersonal skills; interest in helping Loyola University; ability to communicate effectively by telephone; reliable and dependable; detail oriented and proactive; well connected with fellow alumni preferred; prior nonprofit, Phonathon, telemarketing or sales experience highly desirable; persuasive and persistent highly desirable.
Special Collections and Archives Projects Assistant - Monore Library
The part-time Special Collections and Archives Projects Assistant performs Special Collections and Archives duties, including: reference assistance, processing of collections, digitization, exhibit preparation, and preservation activities. The ideal candidate will demonstrate skills in project management, customer-focused service, team collaboration, and have an interest in archival description and digitization. The position will work 20 hours per week and is funded through December 2015.
Qualifications: Undergraduate degree; excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills, with clear evidence of ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with colleagues and patrons; ability to work productively in a team environment; computer skills in an online, multi-tasking environment; high degree of accuracy and focus concerning complex, detailed work; collaborative and creative problem-solving ability; ability to manage multiple projects in a time sensitive environment. Highly desirable qualifications include at least two years of library or archival experience; experience working in an academic library; experience with digitization and/or exhibit preparation; experience with online collection management systems, such as ARCHON.
The Assistant to the Provost will perform administrative duties for the provost and vice president for academic affairs who serves as both the second ranking officer and chief academic officer of the university. Responsibilities include screening calls, making travel and meeting arrangements, preparing reports, presentations, correspondence, and customer relations. Requires strong computer and internet research skills. Also calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as students, their families, and visitors.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred; minimum of 5 years prior experience in a professional/executive office environment, preferably in a college or university setting; knowledge of Microsoft Office; excellent organization and time management skills; ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in administrative writing; ability to develop congenial and productive relationships with all university constituents and to show good judgment and sound decision making skills; ability to meet constant deadlines and adjust easily to changing priorities; ability to create and update web pages; proactive problem solver; ability and willingness to work irregular hours as needed; personal appearance, manners, and conduct to be consistent with working in an executive office.
Assistant Director Law Admissions - College of Law
This position will assist the Director of Admissions in all managing the Law Admissions office and the recruitment and admissions processes for new law students and will work with the Director of Admissions to implement new admissions and recruiting strategies.
Qualifications: Juris Doctor; Excellent public relations skills; Ability to do extensive traveling alone; Excellent organizational skills; Good accounting skills; Extensive computer skills and knowledge including word processing programs and databases; Excellent public speaking and writing skills; Prefer 2 years of experience in law school admissions or undergraduate admissions; Ability to work some nights and weekends.
Physical Requirements: Must possess and maintain valid driver’s license as condition of employment and must be able to pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education course as required by Loyola Risk Management and be able to drive long distances; Must be able to lift heavy boxes of applications; Must be able to travel to and navigate to new places; Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
Grants Coordinator - Grants and Sponsored Programs
The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs assists faculty, staff, and other members of the Loyola community in securing and managing external grant and contract funding for research and creative arts projects, service programs, teaching initiatives, and other activities in support of Loyola’s mission. We seek a flexible and organized individual to provide support in the preparation and submission of grants and contracts to multiple sponsors. This individual will serve primarily as a pre-award coordinator responsible for the submission of applications to multiple funding sources, including the National Institute of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Education, other agencies, corporations, and foundations. This individual will have sole responsibility for the technical aspects of submissions to Grants.gov and other electronic submission systems. He or she will also assist faculty and staff project leaders in finding appropriate funding opportunities and in developing budgets and budget justifications, interpreting sponsor guidelines, preparing and assembling proposals, and performing other duties related to successfully managing sponsored project applications and awards. The position involves coordination among multiple offices and requires excellent communication skills. In addition to being able to clearly communicate application deadlines and other requirements to faculty and staff project leaders, the candidate must demonstrate a service-oriented, problem-solving attitude.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or higher in field relevant to sponsored projects, such as research, project management, business, communication, law, or accounting; minim of one year of experience preparing and submitting applications to Federal agencies within a sponsored projects office; proficiency in Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe, and database applications and facility with the Internet; experience with MS Access; strong work ethic, flexibility, and the ability to perform complex projects independently; ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure; excellent communication, organizational, budgeting, and writing skills; individual must be comfortable with online proposal development and submission, and able to address multiple tasks in quick succession; familiarity with use of databases and other resources for identification of funding source; direct experience with submitting applications to Grants.gov and other standard submission systems; ability to keep up with emerging technology in the field of electronic research administration; ability to maintain confidential information; familiarity with Federal regulations related to sponsored projects; familiarity with Louisiana Board of Regents contracts process desirable. At times, due to deadlines, it will be necessary for this individual to work beyond normal work hours, even without extensive notice.
Data Analyst and Coordinator for External Reporting - Institutional Research
The Data Analyst and Coordinator for External Reporting in the Office of Institutional Research is responsible for reviewing and reporting IPEDs and other external data and for providing data analysis and data modeling expertise to Directors and Deans as part of the annual assessment process.
Qualifications: Master’s degree; minimum of five years experience in the area of Institutional Research, Quality Assessment, and Quality Control, or comparable experience with teaching and research in fields related to quantitative analysis; proven experience in data analysis and predictive modeling; proven proficiency in computer applications, including databases, spreadsheets, and presentation software; ability to shift quickly between several tasks without loss of continuity; excellent written and verbal communication skills. Preferred qualifications include: knowledge of federal, state and institutional higher education policies and practices, including and use of federal and state higher education data information systems; working knowledge of report writers (e.g., WebFocus); prior experience working with student information systems (e.g., SIS, Banner, etc.): prior experience working in higher education and prior supervisory experience.
Payroll Administrator - Human Resources
This position is responsible for all payroll processes, the balance and control of all payroll earnings and applicable deduction totals on biweekly and monthly basis, assist Payroll Supervisor with payroll tax deposit/payments, year-end Form W-2 process, reconciliation of payroll liability accounts and administration of wage attachments. Other duties include processing payroll changes, off-cycle check calculation, preparing various payroll reports via WebFocus, and interpret university polices and government regulations affecting payroll procedures. The Payroll Administrator works closely with the Payroll Supervisor to identify workflow improvements as well as provide solutions to automated system utilization and accounting efficiencies.
Qualifications: Associate’s degree or equivalent training and education beyond high school; minimum of 2 years experience in automated payroll process including mainframe or Windows based systems for a business of 500+ employees; ability to balance multiple earning and deduction totals using Microsoft Excel; minimum of 2 years of experience with general ledger payroll interface and payroll liability account reconciliation; minimum of 2 years of experience with year-end processing including Form W-2 reporting compliance; proficient in Microsoft Office software; excellent written, verbal, analytical, and organizational skills; ability to work in a diversified environment and perform detailed work accurately; ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality; ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and courtesy in communicating with co-workers, university community and the public.
Communications Specialist - Office of Admissions
The Communications Specialist executes concurrent, multi-media communication plans for multiple populations within the admissions and recruitment cycle (prospects, applicants, deposits, parents, legacy and others). Assists with planning and evaluation of all phases and types of communication efforts. Coordinates all enrollment communications efforts undertaken on- and off-campus.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required; preference will be given to candidates who have experience in the college admissions field; preference will be given candidates who have experience using multiple media in a marketing or communications setting; preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of 1 year time in service (TIS) with experience at the appropriate levels and/or demonstrated exceptional levels of productivity and achievement; willingness to travel and to work irregular hours and weekends; 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 possess initiative, imagination and organizational qualities to assist in the development of programs and promote the university to various populations (the general public, prospective students and parents, secondary school administrators); ability to communicate effectively orally 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 communications and by the presentations of the communications coordinator; ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Benefits Specialist - Human Resources
Under the direction of the Payroll & Benefits Manger, the Benefits Specialist is responsible for administering, maintaining and determining eligibility for employee benefit plans; assist in developing various communications pertaining to orientation and open enrollment; processing various insurance carrier invoices; coordinating FMLA related leaves and COBRA administration; reviewing and approving tuition remission applications in accordance with University policy. In addition, the Benefits Specialist must remain current on industry trends relating to changes, processes, data management and analysis of various benefit programs to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and interpretation of University policies and procedures affecting benefit programs offered.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; minimum 3 years of experience in benefits, human resources and/or payroll; ability to reconcile monthly insurance premiums and benefit general ledger accounts; must be detailed oriented, assume responsibility, and able to work independently without close supervision; excellent analytical, organizational, oral and written communication skills; proficient with Microsoft applications, such as Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel for correspondence, presentations, database analysis and spreadsheet design; ability to maintain confidentiality, exercise discretion, good judgment, tact and diplomacy in communicating with coworkers, University community and the public.
Director of Career Development and Law Practice Center - Law School
The Director of the Career Development and Law Practice Center at Loyola College of Law is a leadership position requiring someone who is able to guide the school through a comprehensive vision for providing career development services to both students and alums. The Director leads the Center in analyzing the modern legal market including alternative or perimeter legal careers and to recommend to the administration and faculty how to best provide career development services for law students and alums. The Director position requires a person with demonstrated interpersonal skills. The Director should present a vision for how to best provide services for current law students and recent alums while challenged in a resource driven environment. A candidate should come prepared to discuss how to integrate technology to provide such services and how best to utilize technology.
Qualifications: Juris Doctor; experience in a career service academic setting highly preferred, a minimum of five years of law practice experience with in-depth knowledge of the legal profession and current market trends; strong knowledge of career development services as related to the legal market; experience with alumni programs and job placement services. Candidate must have demonstrated ability to work in team environment with diverse populations; strong counseling skills and service oriented disposition; strong attention to detail and self-starter mentality; excellent organizational skills; and uses appropriate discretion when dealing with sensitive and confidential information; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to meet deadlines and prioritize responsibilities; uses intuition and experience to design or redesign work flow and procedures for the office; ability to assist with developing strategies to achieve organizational goals including the understanding of strengths and weaknesses, analyzing market trends and develop strategies to respond; foreign language proficiency preferred; judicial clerkship experience preferred.
Web Designer/Developer - Institutional Advancement
The Web Designer/Developer will report to the Director of Web Communications, and work with the university web team to assist Loyola University New Orleans in enhancing its website and electronic-media presence. This individual will shape the overall look of Loyola’s online brand identity in partnership with the Director of Creative Services. A major component of the position is the design, production, and management of Drupal themes (working in conjunction with Loyola’s web programmers), and graphic HTML e-mails and e-newsletters sent to Loyola constituent groups. A portfolio of work is required.
Interested candidates should submit a resume, portfolio and cover letter that includes minimum salary requirements.
Web Programmer - Institutional Advancement
Reviews, analyzes, develops and modifies programming systems including encoding, testing, debugging and documenting programs; has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within website design and development and applications using PHP and MySQL server.
Learning Technologies Developer - University Library
The Learning Technologies Developer will plan, create, implement, and support media and web content to enhance student and faculty learning. This position is responsible for the successful implementation and enhancement of digital content affiliated with the library’s Blackboard, teaching, and learning initiatives, as well as backend maintenance and support for content delivery and management systems.
The Learning Technologies Developer works to enhance how faculty and students utilize technology and online learning tools to increase active learning, refine critical thinking and communications skills, and develop information and media fluencies. Oversee media and application production services that support teaching and learning at Loyola.
Qualifications: Completion of an undergraduate degree required; excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills, with clear evidence of ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with faculty, staff, students and others; ability to work productively in a team environment; excellent organizational and project management skills; must have in depth knowledge of computer operating systems, web browsers; demonstrated proficiency with MS Office, video and audio editing, webpage creation, and other applications such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Final Cut, etc.; experience with object-oriented programming and/or scripting languages; experience producing digital or web-based instructional materials and streaming media; experience working in an academic environment preferred; experience developing and conducting training sessions preferred; experience with Adobe Flash, web programming languages such as CSS & XML, and Blackboard or other LMS (Learning Management System(s).
Assistant Director of Advancement Research & Prospect Management - Institutional Advancement
Loyola University New Orleans is seeking an experienced and motivated advancement research professional to join Institutional Advancement as the Assistant Director of Advancement Research & Prospect Management. Under the supervision of the Director of Advancement Research & Prospect Management, the assistant director will work collaboratively to support volunteer and staff fundraising efforts for the University, with an emphasis on donors and prospective donors of major and leadership gifts. These activities include providing research on individuals, corporations and foundations, and lay trustee nominees, as well as proactive identification, assessment, and recommendation of new prospective donors. The Assistant Director also assists the Director of Advancement Research & Prospect Management in running the prospect management system.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; a minimum of three years’ experience in prospect research activities in a higher education or nonprofit fundraising setting; strong organizational and analytical skills; excellent oral and written communication skills (final candidates will be asked to provide one sample of their own research profile and one sample of a research memo or narrative biography). Must have the ability to work independently under time pressure, and with a team to accomplish the University’s fundraising goals; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to interact and collaborate with varied constituencies in a professional manner, including University leadership; must demonstrate tact and diplomacy with internal and external work groups; ability to apply an ethical code and good judgment; handle confidential materials and situations with sensitivity and discretion; advanced knowledge of MS Word and Excel; knowledge of or experience with relevant commercial research services and databases; Raiser’s Edge and Lexis-Nexis database experience preferred.
Programmer - Information Technology
Develop new Mainframe computer application systems and/or WEB based computer application systems. Maintain existing software needed to support requirements of the University.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree with Major in Computer Science, Mathematics, Business or related field and 1 years experience in Information Technology or 5 years experience in Information Technology; Working knowledge of COBOL and/or HTML; Working knowledge of personal computer applications; Working knowledge of IBM VSE/ESA JCL; Working knowledge of data processing operations; Work experience and/or additional course work in Mathematics, Accounting, Statistics and/or Programming; Knowledge of FOCUS, VOLLIE, EASYTRIEVE PLUS, IBM VM/ESA, VSE/ESA JCL, PHP, Dream Weaver, MYSQL, JAVA script, UNIX operating systems and Data Warehouse administration using DB2 desirable.
Computer Infrastructure Specialist - Information Technology
Under general direction from the Assistant Director for Computing Infrastructure, provides field-level support for all core network equipment. The Infrastructure Specialist installs, configures and monitors core network equipment. Works with the Assistant Director for Computing Infrastructure, the Assistant Director For Network and Communications Services, and the Director of Computer and Network services in supporting the Network, Telephone, Mainframe, Unix/Linux and Windows servers.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree or equivalent certification/experience required. Degree or certification in computer information management or computer science preferred; Experience in the use of all aspects of network gear to be used on a LAN including but not limited to routers, switches, hubs, WIFI gear, Firewalls, SPAM servers and packet shapers; Working knowledge of Mainframe, Unix and Windows operating systems required; Experience with installing and maintaining applications on Unix and Linux servers, including but not limited to, LDAP, security, file systems, Apache, MYSQL and other DBs, and Content management software; Working knowledge of Mainframe and Unix system software; Preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of two years time in service with experience at the appropriate levels and/or demonstrated exceptional levels of productivity and achievement; 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; Ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff and students; Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; Able to lift and move computer equipment.
Service Technician - Information Technology Client Services
The Service Technician is responsible for performing repairs and conducting routine maintenance on microcomputers and peripherals owned by the University.
Qualificiations: High School Diploma or equivalent; evidence of training in repair and maintenance of electronic equipment; minimum of three years of experience in repair of Apple and Intel compatible microcomputers and related peripherals; certified in Apple and Dell computer support required; responsible attitude with commitment to customer satisfaction and quality control highly preferred; ability to deal directly with the public highly desirable. This position does require a limited amount of lifting such as printers, computers, etc.
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Offset Press Operator - Twomey Center
The Offset Press Operator is responsible for efficiently producing high quality offset single color – 4 color process printing materials using a Heidelberg QM-46 2 Color Offset Printing Press and a A.B. Dick 9870D Printing Press. This position will also operate an A.B. Dick DPM 2340 Prepress Plate Making and Scanning equipment and Konica Minolta Biz Hub Digital Printing Press and Software; will also utilize edge of various bindery machines such as paper cutter, booklet-maker, folder, and perforating/scoring machine. Must be able to work overtime as necessary.
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED; minimum of three years of experience in the printing production in a commercial print shop; must have knowledge of operating and maintaining Heidelberg QM-46 2 color Press and A.B. Dick offset printing presses, as well as various pre-press, binder, and mailing equipment; ability to work without much supervision desirable; ability to work along with others such as student workers and direct student workers in the bindery operations needed to complete jobs; must have physical ability to complete above duties with or without physical accommodations.