Staff Employment Opportunities

Loyola offers an excellent benefits package including generous tuition benefits for full-time employees and their dependents.

Loyola University New Orleans is a private Jesuit university in New Orleans, Louisiana. Originally established as Loyola College in 1904, the institution was chartered as a university in 1912. It bears the name of the Jesuit founder, Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Loyola is one of 28 member institutions that make up the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities and, with its current enrollment of approximately 4200 students, is among the mid-sized Jesuit universities in the United States. Loyola University New Orleans is ranked as the twelfth best institution among Southern regional universities offering masters and undergraduate degrees in the 2019 issue of the annual America's Best Colleges issue and guidebook published by U.S. News & World Report. The Princeton Review also features Loyola University New Orleans in the most recent editions of its annual book, The Best 384 Colleges. 

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Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
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New Orleans, LA 70118

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Part-Time Instructors- Professional and Continuing Studies

In support of the Professional and Continuing Studies programs at the university, Part-Time Instructors will provide instruction and/or curriculum for non-credit courses offered through the University. Open Enrollment, Non-Credit courses are offered to support a variety of professional occupations. These Instructor positions are part-time, as needed.

Qualifications: Strong written and oral communication skills. Industry-based credential (IBC) such as certifications, licenses, permits, etc., will be required of any instructor teaching courses designed to help students obtain those IBCs. Required qualifications in the other areas will vary by topic being taught. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher. Previous professional experience planning and/or conducting training.

Physical Requirements: Must be able to conduct training sessions for entire duration of scheduled time slots, whether sitting or standing. Must be able to maneuver around a variety of assigned classrooms to assist students if applicable. Must be able to transport required instructional materials and/or classroom supplies and/or equipment for assigned classes. Must be able to conduct required field trips pertaining to assigned classes and provide own transportation to these field trips.

Additional Information: This is an occasional, as-needed position. Classes could be scheduled in daytime or evening hours, on weekdays or weekends, as mutually agreed upon before scheduling courses. Hours can vary between 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Instructional topics include: College Preparatory Sciences (Physiology, Anatomy, and Biology), College Preparatory Algebra, Cyber Security, Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Financial Planning (Investment, Income Tax, Retirement  Estate, and Personal Finance), Medical Coding, Notary Public Preparatory, Project Management, Spanish


Corporate Trainer - Professional and Continuing Studies

In support of the Professional and Continuing Studies programs at the university, Corporate Trainers will provide instruction and/or curriculum for non-credit courses offered through the University to corporate clients. Corporate training courses are offered to enhance knowledge and provide a variety of professional skills and abilities needed to succeed in professional settings. These Instructor positions are part-time, occasional, as needed.

Qualifications: Strong written and oral communication skills. Industry-based credential (IBC) such as certifications, licenses, permits, etc., will be required of any instructor teaching courses designed to help students obtain those IBCs. Required qualifications in the other areas will vary by topic being taught. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher. Previous professional experience planning and/or conducting training.

Physical Requirements: Must be able to conduct training sessions for entire duration of scheduled time slots, whether sitting or standing. Must be able to maneuver around a variety of assigned classrooms to assist students if applicable. Must be able to transport required instructional materials and/or classroom supplies and/or equipment for assigned classes. Must be able to conduct required field trips pertaining to assigned classes and provide own transportation to these field trips.

Additional Information: Corporate Trainers should be available to work during daytime or evening hours, on weekdays or weekends, as mutually agreed upon with the Corporate clients. Hours can vary between 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.  

Instructional topics include:      

  • Business Skills Courses – Management, Leadership, Business Writing and Communication, Customer Service and Sales, Change Management
  • Financial Planning –  Investment, Income Tax, Retirement, Estate, Personal Finance



Office Manager - Center for International Education

The Office Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Center for International Education; assists staff in administrative aspects of study abroad, international student and scholar services, and intensive English; and works closely with faculty directors of study abroad programs, Admissions, and Residential Life. The Office Manager serves as receptionist and is responsible for a variety of administrative functions requiring attention to detail and accuracy along with proficiency in MS Word and Excel.  The position requires sensitivity to cultural differences and language proficiency and the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy, and courtesy in communicating with the public, students, and staff. This is a 30 hour per week position.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred; prior administrative experience required, preferably in a university or international education environment; demonstrated ability to work with detail and perform duties precisely without close supervision; reliability and professional demeanor; ability to juggle multiple tasks and work under pressure; ability to make mature and professional decisions even in the absence of policy; demonstrated sensitivity to cultural differences; ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and courtesy in communicating with the public, students, and staff; accurate typing skills; ability to efficiently create and utilize a database and spreadsheet; proficient in MS Word and Excel; strong grammatical skills, both oral and written; must be able to draft clear and concise information for web and publications.


Assistant to the Director/LIMEX Evaluation Coordinator - Loyola Institute for Ministry

This position helps to manage LIM’s office and assists the Director of the Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) in managing the many systems that the Loyola Institute for Ministry involves.  In particular, the Assistant works with LIM’s Budget, Office Management, Work Study Students, the LIMEX program and collaborates with people inside and outside of LIM.  As LIMEX Evaluation Coordinator, this position involves the different aspects of LIMEX grading and adjunct payment. 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred, three years’ experience in administrative support required. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software with emphasis on database and spreadsheet design and management. Experience with mainframe computer systems. Detail-oriented. Exceptional organizational skills and ability to interact well with others. Ability to handle multiple tasks. Additional Desirable Qualification: Familiarity with university systems and administrative experience.


Assistant to the Chief Mission & Diversity Officers - Mission & Identity

The Assistant to the Chief Mission & Diversity Officers assists with scheduling and provides logistical support of mission-related and diversity programs. The Assistant also coordinates financial transactions and budgets for the Offices of Diversity & Inclusion and Mission & Identity.  The Assistant also serves as the Secretary to the Mission and Identity Committee of the Board of Trustees.

Qualifications: High School Graduate or G.E.D. required. Minimum of 2 years prior administrative experience. Proficient in the MS Office, particularly MS Word and Excel. Strong time management and organizational abilities; effective interpersonal and collaboration skills. Ability to remain personable and flexible while operating in a complex, sometimes stressful work environment, having to deal with many projects, needs, and situations concurrently. An understanding of the goals and values of a Jesuit education. A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree. Some familiarity with Ignatian spirituality. Some familiarity with Roman Catholic faith tradition and worship. Experience utilizing FRS. Prior experience managing a budget strongly preferred. Experience working in student centered environments. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to lift up to 25 lbs to move and organize boxes, files, etc.



Coodinator for Academic Success and Bar Preparation & Learning Initiative Programs - Law Academic Support

The College of Law’s Coordinator for Academic Success and Bar Preparation & Learning Initiative Programs serves as the administrative staff for both programs.  This position coordinates and implements the programs’ services, handles the programs’ communications, and plans  programs’ events; provides assistance and communication to all law students and graduates seeking program services; coordinates, manages, and continues to develop the design of  the programs’ student and graduate data management and tracking of participation and performance; creates and maintains program data for internal and external communication, review, and report submissions; manages the accuracy and execution of the Loyola bar exam results information reported annually to the  national accrediting body of law schools, the American Bar Association; tracks the programs’ budget; provides the programs’ Directors and Instructors with all administrative and logistical needs; runs the administration of the programs’ courses: and acts as the student liaison, office manager, and department receptionist.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or five years of administrative experience in an office setting. Excellent writing and communication skills for generating professional correspondence via email, letter writing, verbal communication. Ability to work independently and follow through on projects with minimal supervision. Ability to work with and maintain confidentiality of student, faculty, and staff information. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication and writing skills with ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with diverse group of faculty, staff, and students. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, Access), and familiarity using the Google online software suite (shareable Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Groups); familiarity with Adobe Pro X; ability to use an online meeting scheduling platform accessible to supervisors, students, and graduates. Ability to work productively in a team environment. Additional Preferred Qualifications: Experience with data management including familiarity with database software systems. Other duties as assigned.

Physical requirements: To be able to handle job responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations


Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer - Officer of Equity & Inclusion

As a member of the President’s Cabinet and reporting directly to the President, the Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer (CEIO) leads the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in support of the University’s Catholic, Jesuit mission with an emphasis on social justice, to create a learning and working environment where all have an opportunity to succeed.  The CEIO will actively engage students, faculty, and staff to further behaviors, attitudes, and policies that support diversity, equity, and inclusion, including strategies to recruit and retain a diverse workforce. The CEIO will also collaborate with University stakeholders to assess the need for, and recommend training initiatives on, cultural competency, gender differences, disability, sexual harassment, racial and ethnic discrimination, implicit bias and other topics designed to increase awareness and support of equity and inclusion values, and maintaining compliance with applicable laws. The CEIO champions the importance and value of a diverse and inclusive college environment and leads the development of a vision and effective strategy to create a culture for equity, diversity, and inclusion. Qualified applicants may be eligible for a tenured or tenure track faculty appointment.

Qualifications: Master’s degree. Prior experience in an administrative level position. Demonstrated record of experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, including but not limited to, best practices, theories, training methods and the strategic development of DE&I policies and procedures. Analyze and make sound recommendations on complex management and administrative issues, including identifying alternative solutions, projecting consequences of proposed actions, and making recommendations aligned with the University’s goals and mission. Develop, administer, and manage budgets within fiscal constraints. Record of advancing institutional mission and strategic initiatives; and a record of commitment to the community members within the institution. Able to provide strong approach to collaboration and consensus building for and with diverse community stakeholders. Able to provide effective methods to resolve conflict and engage in mediation. Preferred Qualifications: A Ph.D., J.D. or an equivalent terminal degree and teaching experience is preferred. Experience working in a faith based educational/mission centered environment.


Community Director - Residential Life

The Department of Residential Life at Loyola University New Orleans is committed to the academic mission of the University by providing a residential environment that fosters the development of the whole person in a community grounded in the Jesuit tradition. The Residential Life program integrates a learning-centered development model which fosters academic excellence and student success; teaches responsible citizenship, interpersonal development and critical thinking skills; and encourages healthy behaviors and self-management. 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 supporting 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 peers, colleagues and supervisors.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field preferred. Experience with teaching, learning outcome development, learning assessment and curriculum development preferred. Previous experience in housing or related field preferred. Demonstrated ability to work and interact within a diverse environment. Understanding and supportive of Loyola’s Catholic and Jesuit mission and values.


Financial Aid Counselor - Financial Aid Office

Provide student-centered services including awarding federal, state and institutional financial aid according to eligibility criteria for each program. Provide superlative customer support to students and families through the financial aid application process and finalization of awards. The primary goal is to support the recruiting and retention efforts of the University in a professional service environment.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. Minimum of 1 year experience in a financial aid or student services office. Experience with standard office software tools, especially Excel. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing to individuals and 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 Financial Aid counselor. Ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff and students.

Physical requirements: Knowledge of PowerFAIDS software preferred.


Recruitment & Employer Events Coordinator - Career Development Center

The Recruitment and Employer Events Coordinator will fill an essential, multi-faceted role in carrying out the vision, strategic direction and growth of the Career Development Center. The Recruitment and Employer Events coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all on-campus recruitment programming to include twice weekly “Employer of the Day” information tables and/or sessions, employer on-campus interview days, and all other major recruitment events including multiple large-scale career fairs. This individual will manage all administrative aspects of Handshake, Loyola University New Orleans’ job and internship board for students and alumni, data management system, and recruiting platform for employers seeking to hire Loyola University New Orleans students and alumni. The Recruitment and Employer Events Coordinator will review all new requests from employers to join Handshake as well as all new job and internship postings, vetting each to ensure their legitimacy, appropriateness, and adherence to the Career Development Center’s recruiting policies and guidelines. This individual will assist in the Career Development Center’s efforts to communicate opportunities and employer requirements for job and internship opportunities to students and the campus community. The coordinator will seek to identify and develop new job and internship opportunities for Loyola students and will prepare executive summaries and reports about recruitment events, employer outreach, and virtual and on-campus recruitment activities. The Recruitment and Employer Events Coordinator will report to the Director for Career Development.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field. Minimum of 1 year of experience in career services, human resources, talent acquisition, recruiting, marketing, higher education, or any related industry. Knowledge of basic career and job search principles and techniques, and working knowledge of recruiting or CRM software. Demonstrated success in career development, human resources, job analysis and development, talent acquisition, or customer service functions with technology usage. Demonstrated skills in Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, and data analysis and report generation. Experience with using database systems and creating reports and spreadsheets. Must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment. Must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Additional Desirable Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred. Ability to build professional relationships with current and potential employers, students, University colleagues and others. Experience managing web sites and using social media to market programs and services to reach new audiences. Experience developing marketing materials for events. Ability to manage priorities to ensure everything is running smoothly and effectively. Ability to develop and adhere to written and oral procedures and instructions. Ability to develop and present recruiting materials, as well as organize and conduct presentations to students or employers. Knowledge of basic project management principles and practices.


Director - Center for International Education

The Director is responsible for the ongoing management and supervision of the Center for International Education. This includes education abroad programs, international student and scholar services and programs, and all immigration related issues. The director will provide leadership in planning, implementing, and assessing activities associated with international education.

In addition to administration, the Director is actively involved in the day to day work of the office, including but not limited to advising students and faculty, working with Loyola faculty study abroad directors, developing new exchange and faculty-led programs, risk management, marketing, and budgeting. The director will lead the staff of the Center to provide excellent opportunities and service to the students and faculty of the university through training, mentoring, and professional development.

The university will be hiring with the expectation for the selected candidate to fill this position in mid-May 2020.

Qualifications: An advanced degree in an appropriate field. Minimum of five years’ broad experience in international program administration. A record of successful leadership at a university, including maintaining a collegial working relationship with faculty. Experience in living and/or working abroad and facility in speaking a second language is desirable. Excellent communications skills are essential. In-depth knowledge and experience with immigration hiring, visas, and SEVIS, able to advise the community, manage processes, and ensure compliance with government requirements. Beliefs basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of Catholic, Jesuit education and the goals of the University. Additional Desirable Qualifications: Experience with Tera Dotta Study Abroad is critical to this position. Experience with Adobe Creative Suites primarily Photoshop and InDesign.


College Communications Coordinator - College of Music & Media

The Communication Coordinator is a professional member of the College of Music & Media (CMM) staff, reporting to the Dean. This position manages all activities related to communication at Loyola’s College of Music and Media.  Actively promotes the College to internal and external communities, the general press, the higher education community, and the business community.

The Communication Coordinator plays a critical role on the team, which is responsible for the collecting, developing and packaging of dynamic content. An exceptional writer, with the ability to make complex content digestible and relatable, the communications specialist creates content for digital channels and traditional print materials. This person is adept and comfortable creating all forms of content, including news stories, web content, brochure content, etc. and skillful in writing content that achieves desired outcomes. This person is a team player, a strong relationship builder and possesses the ability to mine and identify stories from key partners. The communications specialist supports the Dean’s Office overarching content strategy by supporting the development and execution of a strategic content calendar that seeks to support and advance the College's vision and mission. The overall atmosphere created by these efforts should result in engagement that promotes enrollment, community engagement, and philanthropy for the College of Music and Fine Arts.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Communications, Design, Public Relations, Marketing, or related field. Minimum 2 years' work experience working in digital media, social media, public relations, marketing, journalism, or communications. Excellent written communication skills, outstanding storytelling skills and the ability to translate complex research into well-crafted, digestible content for a wide array of audiences. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Suite, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Twitter; Facebook, LinkedIn; and Instagram. Independent worker that can get duties accomplished with limited supervision. Strong interpersonal skills, collaborative worker, and the ability to adapt quickly to new circumstances. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to proofread for contextual, grammatical, typographical, and spelling errors. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Light lifting of boxes (max 15 lbs.). Able to work at computer for extended periods of time.


Web Designer - Marketing + Communications

Loyola University New Orleans’ is looking for a smart, speedy, and versatile graphic designer to join the Marketing and Communications team in creating high-quality digital and print assets to recruit new students, court benefactors and alumni, and support Loyola’s Jesuit mission.

The Web Designer will work with the Creative Director, Digital Marketing Manager, and Web Team Leader to evolve and elevate Loyola’s digital presence. They will create web graphics, social media content, wireframes, website updates, and other digital assets that align with Loyola’s brand standards. A major component of the position is the design, production, and management of Drupal themes and graphic HTML e-mails and e-newsletters targeting Loyola’s students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and donors. The Web Designer may also help to create small print pieces (i.e. postcards, flyers, banners) and update larger print pieces (i.e. annual reports, special event programs and collateral).

Our ideal Web Designer has a strong background in design with a keen eye for detail and excellent typography skills. They should thrive in a fast-paced environment with constantly evolving priorities and should be service-oriented and able to explain complex design and web concepts to clients with differing levels of knowledge in these arenas. Qualifying candidates must have a working knowledge of web development standards including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP, and must be able to make design and production decisions both independently and as part of a team. A portfolio of work is required.

QUALIFICATIONS: B.A., Graphic design or communications, B.S. computer science or information technology, with emphasis in multimedia, or related degree. Minimum of 2 years of web design experience. Basic design skills such as typography, 2D design, photography and image editing, layout, and presentation a must. Expert in Photoshop. Experience designing responsive websites. Experience designing HTML emails. A portfolio with examples of responsive design is a must. Takes direction and initiative. Desired Qualifications: Experience in Illustrator and InDesign. Experience building responsive HTML emails in HTML/CSS. Experience theming Wordpress sites. Experience browser testing websites on Macs, PCs, and mobile devices. Experience using common email marketing and testing software such as MailChimp and Litmus. Experience with web fonts. Experience working within a brand. Experience working as part of a creative team. Ideal Qualifications: Experience working with and theming Drupal sites. Experience with animation. Experience with digital advertising/marketing. Experience working outside of higher education. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Able to work five days a week full time. Light lifting of boxes (max 15 lbs.) Able to work at computer 90% of time.


 Director of Purchasing - Financial Affairs

The Director is responsible for management and execution of the University’s procurement.  This position provides leadership and supports University operations campus-wide to ensure the University and its employees obtain best value in the most efficient manner possible through a centralized purchasing environment. 

This role works with key stakeholders to manage, and revise on an ongoing basis, the Purchasing department’s strategies, policies, trainings and tools to ensure alignment with the overall mission of the University.  The Director must establish and maintain strong relationships across the University to ensure support of the department’s initiatives which provide value, increased efficiencies and reduces costs.   

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related area. Master’s Degree preferred. Minimum of three years’ experience in purchasing management with progressively greater responsibility for fiscal, administrative and human resources management. Minimum of one years’ supervisory experience. Superior communication skills verbal, written & presentation skills. Strong work ethic and interpersonal skills, with an emphasis on teamwork, initiative and integrity.


 Information Technology

Lab Specialist

The Information Technology Client Services Lab Specialist is responsible for all student computer lab technology. This position troubleshoots user problems, supports Intel and Apple based microcomputers as well as Ethernet local area networks; services and maintains workstations located in remote labs, trains student workers, provides routine hardware and software maintenance; provides diagnostic services for instructional support computer equipment, supervises the software library; collects and reports user service requests and data; assists faculty and students in the use of lab technologies.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a related technical field, equivalent certification from a technical training institute, or at least three years of experience in technical services; supervisory experience desired; experience in the repair and maintenance of Macintosh and Intel based microcomputers, software, and local area networks; experience with applications that support the use of audio, video, graphics, and web page creation as well as general microcomputer operating systems and software such as Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, ProTools, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, IMovie, FinalCut, etc.; experience in systems administration and the use of central storage/server systems; excellent written and verbal communication skills; responsive, positive attitude with a commitment to customer satisfaction and quality control; ability to work directly with the public; experience in music, sound, video and graphics production and post-production preferred. Physical Requirements: Position does require a limited amount of lifting such as printers, computers, etc.


Physical Plant

No open positions at this time.


University Police

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.

Physical requirements: The successful applicant and current employee must be able to perform all the job functions of a University Police Officer, unassisted, and at a pace and level of performance consistent with the actual job performance requirement.  This requires a high level of physical ability to include hearing, speaking, flexibility and strength. Mandatory pre-employment drug testing is required, and applicants currently using illegal drugs will not be considered for employment.  University Police Officers occupy safety-sensitive or security-sensitive positions and must comply with the department’s mandatory random drug testing program.  Refusal to be drug tested or testing positive for illegal drugs is grounds for immediate termination. Must be able to stand for long periods of time, for example, directing traffic. Must be able to drive a University Police vehicle during both day and night; in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic and in unsafe road conditions caused by factors such as fog, smoke, rain, etc. Must be able to effect an arrest, forcibly if necessary, using handcuffs and other restraints; subdues resisting suspects using maneuvers and weapons and resort to the use of hands and feet and other approved weapons in self-defense. Must be able to communicate effectively and coherently over law enforcement and other radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications. Must be able to endure verbal and mental abuse when confronted with the hostile views and opinions of suspects and other people encountered in an antagonistic environment. Must be able to pursue fleeing suspects and perform rescue operations which may involve quickly entering and existing patrol vehicles; lifting, carrying and dragging heavy objects, climbing over and pulling oneself up and over obstacles; jumping down from elevated surfaces; climbing through openings; jumping over obstacles, ditches and streams; crawling in confined areas; balancing on uneven or narrow surfaces and using body force to gain entrance through barriers. Must be able to unholster/holster, load, unload, aim, and fire handguns from a variety of body positions under conditions of stress that justify the use of deadly force and at levels of proficiency. Must be able to be trained and physically utilize department issued self-defense weapons that include drawing, positioning, striking and applying pressure under conditions that justify their use and at levels of proficiency prescribed. Must be able to perform searches of people, vehicles, buildings, and large outdoor areas which may involve feeling and detecting objects, walking for long periods of time, detaining people and stopping suspicious vehicles and persons. Must be able to conduct visual and audio surveillance for extended periods of time with the ability to see and hear clearly and completely to affect this task. Must be able to engage in patrol functions that involve such things as working rotating shifts, walking on foot patrol and physically checking the doors and windows of buildings, including locking and unlocking functions to ensure they are secure. Must be able to perform rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters to include directing traffic for long periods of time, administering emergency medical aid, lifting, dragging and carrying people away from dangerous situations and securing and evacuating people from particular areas. Psychological testing and evaluation by Loyola University’s Counseling Center is required. Must be able to effectively communicate with people, including juveniles, by giving information and directions, mediating disputes, and advising of rights and processes. Must be able to detect and collect evidence and substances that provide basis of criminal offenses and infractions that indicate the presence of dangerous conditions. Must be able to possess and transport prisoners using handcuffs and other appropriate restraints. Must be able to extinguish small fires by using fire extinguishers and other appropriate means. Must be able to read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents, including the preparation and processing of such documents as citations, affidavits, and warrants, as well as gather information in criminal investigations by interviewing and obtaining the statements of victims, witnesses, suspects, and confidential informers. Must be able to process arrested suspects to include taking their photographs and obtain a legible set of inked fingerprint impressions. Must be able to handle stress under any condition. Must be able to lift and carry bollards, some weighing up to 37 lbs., as well as pull up and push bollards in place.


Parking Enforcement Officer - 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.

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.


Toddler Teacher - Child Care Center                                                        

The Toddler Two Teacher is responsible for creating a warm, nurturing learning environment for children from 12 – 18 months.  Daily responsibilities include planning activities and supervising play to ensure safety and aid in the development of all children, demonstrating a positive attitude when working with children, parents, and co-workers, maintaining accurate records, and changing diapers/helping children with toilet learning. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. One year experience working with young children in a childcare situation. Excellent verbal and non-verbal skills. Certification in CPR and first aid. Comply with state laws regarding fingerprinting and NCIC search. Sensitive to children’s feelings and the qualities of young children’s thinking. Utilization of both verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Responsive to children’s successes and supportive of their troubles. Ability to exercise control without being threatening. Demonstrates high ethical principles in relationships with children, parents, and co-workers. Knowledge of the development of young children. Understanding of the Developmentally Appropriate Practices Method and the Environmental Rating Scale.          

Physical requirements: Must be able to lift and carry young children to diaper changing stations or toilet seats for potty training; must be able to work outside in different types of weather to supervise children in the yard; ability to sit and/or lie on the floor for naptime routines (rubbing children’s backs); must have the physical ability to complete above duties with or without physical accommodations.


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