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Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
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Associate Director for IQEE - Institute for Quality and Equity in Education
The Associate Director for the Institute for Quality & Equity in Education (IQEE) will oversee and maintain the IQEE’s major engagements with academic partners within the university and non-profit organizations in the greater New Orleans area. This work will entail program evaluation, instructional support, and administrative components. This is a part-time position at 25 hours per week and is grant funded for two fiscal years. Position may be renewed annually for additional years, pending availability of funding. Anticipated start date is August 1, 2016.
Qualifications: Master’s degree required, PhD preferred; the ideal candidate will possess strong analytical and research skills; strongly prefer candidate with general experience in a university setting and expertise in undergraduate teacher education as well as educational leadership in academic programs.
Assistant Golf Coach - Athletics
Within the framework of the Loyola University New Orleans mission of educating the whole person, the Assistant Golf Coach will support both the men’s and women’s golf teams by fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of the position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the Head Golf Coach in providing coaching expertise and administrative duties for the intercollegiate golf program on a part-time basis.
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 required; bachelor’s degree preferred; a working knowledge of USGA 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 holistic 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 golf program; beliefs basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the specific goals of the university; 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.
Physical requirements: Must be able to lift heavy objects up to 25 lbs., walk 18 holes of golf on consecutive days, and drive and transport athletes as needed.
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.
Administrative Assistant III - Office of Skills and Experiential Learning - College of Law
The Administrative Assistant III provides administrative support for the Office of Skills and Experiential Learning within the College of Law. In addition to performing administrative duties, the position requires a high level of interaction with students requiring excellent written and verbal communication skills. This position requires discretion in maintaining student requests and records. The position requires interaction with law students, alumnae, and members of the bench and bar and will promote congenial working relationships. The position supports the Coordinator of Skills and the Externship Liaison in the development and maintenance of the Skills curriculum and the Externship program.
Qualifications: College degree required; at least 1 year of prior administrative experience required; legal office experience is preferred; ability to establish and maintain successful working relationships with staff, clinical faculty, students, skills faculty, and the larger legal community; ability to maintain and respect confidential information required; proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint; familiarity with Apple products is desired; technological savvy and motivation to learn is necessary. Preferred experience includes knowledge of web page design, podcasts, and graphic design; ability to work nights and weekends when necessary; ability to promote a student-centered campus culture that reinforces teamwork within the university; ability to maintain a flexible schedule to accommodate skills courses offered at night and on the weekends.
Administrative Assistant III - Film & Music Industry Studies
The Administrative Assistant III for Music Industry Studies will assist the Chair of the Department in respect to the following areas: fundraising, marketing, data management (alumni, parents, mailing lists), and program development. This position also involves assisting the Chair with correspondence, reports, and other administrative duties as directed.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; 2 years previous administrative experience; proficient in Microsoft Office; advanced knowledge of Excel is required; presentation skills are essential; basic design software knowledge is required; the ability to create and post content on the Internet; and familiarity with web development is important to effectively meet all of the responsibilities of the position. Experience in an education setting is preferred.
Learning Commons Manager - University Library
The Monroe Library Learning Commons (LC) is an evolving space where students, faculty, and staff come together to study, learn, teach, create, and collaborate. The Learning Commons Manager is responsible for overseeing daily operations and scheduling, training, supervising, and mentoring student employees working in the Learning Commons. The position also provides basic technology, research, and circulation assistance. The Learning Commons Manager is dedicated to student success and retention. Work schedule varies depending on the University’s academic calendar and library hours.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; excellent customer service skills; demonstrated problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills; demonstrated ability to work productively in an active learning environment and juggle multiple tasks with a high degree of accuracy while performing complex, detailed work; excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication 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; supervisory, training, and scheduling skills and experience; skills and experience in the use of computer applications for word processing, spreadsheets, scanning, etc.; willingness and ability to make temporary or permanent schedule changes to ensure optimal staffing of service area. Additional preferred qualifications: Experience with ShiftPlanning or other scheduling software; computer lab experience; inventory control experience; skills and experience in project planning and implementation in a service environment; survey and assessment experience; experience with SPSS; outreach and promotion experience; experience with Blackboard or other learning management systems (LMS).
Physical requirements: Ability to lift and move up to 20 lbs.
Educational Diagnostician/Special Needs Counselor - Office of Disability Services- Student Success
The Educational Diagnostician/Special Needs Counselor conducts psychoeducational evaluations and interviews with students coming to the Office of Disability Services (ODS) to diagnose specific academic disabilities. He/she also serves as academic counselor in the Student Success Center providing academic counseling services and special needs assessment and carries out evaluative duties in regards to special needs services.
Qualifications: Master's degree with a minimum of 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified; must be a State of Louisiana Certified Educational Diagnostician; ability to effectively communicate medical information, test results, diagnoses and/or proposed treatment in a manner easily understood by the student; knowledge of educational development test administration and interpretation; interview and psychological/developmental evaluation skills; ability to prepare diagnostic and/or evaluative reports relevant to area of expertise; knowledge of medical issues related to individuals with learning, developmental or emotional disabilities; ability to develop and present educational programs and/or workshops; knowledge of the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 2008 (as amended), Section 504 of the Rehabilitative Act of l973, and other applicable laws; knowledge of state and federal laws, regulations, policies, and standards pertaining to the provision of psychosocial services to disabled individuals; ability to maintain confidentiality of student records; ability to speak and listen effectively in individual or small group settings is required. Preferred qualifications include a background in teaching reading comprehension or reading specialist credentials; ability to interact effectively with professional staff; ability to establish rapport with parents, students, and professionals within the university community.
Case Manager/Outreach Coordinator - University Counseling Center
The Case Manager/Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for the provision of psychological services to students through individual, couples, and group formats. Provides on-call crisis counseling to students with after-hours psychiatric emergencies. Coordinates students’ treatment and academic needs utilizing a student-centered, multi-systemic approach. Develop, oversee, maintain, and coordinate a comprehensive risk reduction outreach initiative to address areas of sexual assault, suicide, and alcohol and other drug prevention to effect campus cultural change. This position is central to the university mission to retain students and provide an environment conducive to academic and social success.
Qualifications: Master's degree in Social Work or Master’s Degree in Counseling with a minimum of two years’ experience. Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor (can become licensed under Louisiana law within an appropriate period of time). Required experience with prevention education, program development and implementation. Supervised experience working with college-age students during training or post-degree preferred. Beliefs basically supportive of the principles of Catholic, Jesuit education and the goals of the University
Art Director - Marketing & Communications
The Art Director is responsible for creatively designing print and web communications for official university print publications and university advertising produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications. The Art Director works with faculty and staff to make sure that their needs are being met and their creative goals are on track in a deadline driven production environment. This position creates concepts and executes design for a variety of departments throughout the university, is responsible for budgeting projects throughout all aspects of production, takes direction from the Director of Creative Services, and makes adjustments to designs to fit the director’s specifications.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with an educational background in fine arts graphic design; a minimum of five years of experience in the design field required; design vision and style compatible with Loyola’s expectations; design vision and style compatible with Loyola’s expectations; organizational ability at the level necessary to process the volume of publications required within reasonable deadlines; professional competence as a graphic designer artist and print buyer; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; diplomacy and tact; ability to maintain grace under pressure; ability to complete projects under deadline.
Facilities Technician - College of Music & Fine Arts
The Facilities Technician is responsible for set-up, operation, and strike for events scheduled in the CMFA performance facilities during scheduled shifts. This position manages audio, lighting, multimedia, and acoustic stage shell set-ups, lobby set-ups, operations, and strikes. This position also assists to coordinate house management personnel to ensure that event patrons in Loyola’s performance facilities have a pleasant and safe experience.
Qualifications: College degree preferred; practical experience in sound reinforcement, experience in the set-up and operation of media projectors, players, and collapsible screens, and experience in theatrical lighting systems operation required; must be familiar with performance facility and concert etiquette; must be able to simultaneously coordinate two events; must be able to effectively motivate and supervise student technicians in an environment which promotes personal development. Additional preferred qualifications include lighting designer experience for dance concerts; willingness to develop lighting skills in student technicians; and experience in web conferencing systems.
Physical requirements: Must be able to climb stairs as needed; must be able to work in a personnel lift at heights up to 24 feet; must be capable of carrying folding tables and safely moving grand pianos or other items of similar weight.
Director of Student Involvement - Student Involvement
The Director of Student Involvement is responsible for the development and implementation of Student Involvement programs including student organizations, student government, campus activities, Greek life, new student orientation, and university traditions. This position is also responsible for the management and activity of the Joseph A. Danna Student Center. The Director is also responsible for the coordination and implementation of marketing and communication for the Office of Student Affairs. The Director leads a professional team to develop and implement a comprehensive co-curricular program that is holistic, mission-driven, and rooted in best practices.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field required; minimum of 4 years of full-time, diversified experience in student involvement or co-curricular programs, student activities and leadership development; thorough knowledge of student development; experience with fiscal management; an understanding of how to meet the cultural, social, and recreational needs of the campus community; beliefs basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the mission of Loyola University.
Associate Director of Admissions - Office of Admissions
The Associate Director of Admissions manages campus-based admissions staff serving first-year, transfer, and international students. This position is responsible for the management of the application review process and assists with the development of policies and procedures related to admission and recruitment.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required; preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of 4 years experience in admissions/enrollment management; management experience preferred but not required; initiative, imagination and organizational qualities to assist in the development of policies, processes, programs, and initiatives designed to increase enrollment while maximizing efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability to the institution; ability to solve complex problems, develop and implement strategies, and achieve goals with minimal supervision; must be proficient with relevant technology as well as possess strong interpersonal skills, effective presentation skills, and strong written and verbal communication skills; 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 Associate Director; ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni; willingness to travel and to work irregular hours and weekends.
Physical requirements: 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; must be a licensed driver of an automobile with an acceptable driving record as determined by Loyola University’s Office of Risk Management; must be able and willing to travel long distances if needed, by airplane and by automobile.
Budget Director - College of Law
The Budget Director provides financial, administrative, and operational advice and support to the Law Dean and is responsible for the preparation and monitoring of the College of Law annual operating and salary budgets, the annual preparation of the report to the American Bar Association on law college statistics and operations, the reconciliation of College of Law Operations with the Office of Financial Affairs in accordance with the College of Law’s Operating Agreement (MOU) with the University, the annual awarding of upper-class scholarships and coordination with the Office of Financial Aid, the review and approval of all expenditures from the Law Dean accounts, the detailed monitoring and maintenance of all Law Dean budget and restricted accounts, the oversight of all other budget and restricted accounts in the College of Law. The Budget Director is an Ex-Officio member of the Law Budget Committee and the Law Admissions and Scholarship Committee and serves as the only staff member of the ABA-AALS re-accreditation committee and is the College of Law representative on the SACS reaffirmation team. The Budget Director is responsible for preparing regular (as well as special) reports and analyses for the two committees to which he/she is assigned. This position also assists College of Law personnel in the monitoring and maintenance of their respective budgets and financial responsibilities.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting with a minimum of seven years of experience in progressively responsible positions in accounting management or business management; the ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines without supervision; excellent oral and written communication skills with experience communicating with multiple levels of management; proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet software applications, preferably Microsoft Office Suite; ability to work with diverse groups of people having various levels of educational background and experience.
Public Affairs Manager - Marketing & Communications
The Public Affairs Manager is responsible for gathering, writing and disseminating public relations information to increase awareness of the university, its students and faculty and staff. This position advance publicity for university-related news items as directed by the Associate Director of Public Affairs and External Relations. In addition, the position is responsible for overseeing the publication of electronic and printed university Public Affairs publications as directed.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, or communications; minimum of 3 years professional experience in journalism and/or public relations; strong outgoing content judgment; excellent written and verbal communications skills; knowledge of AP style; ability to handle competing priorities simultaneously; knowledge of computers and various software programs such as Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook; knowledge of web content management systems and experience in social media implementation; some HTML knowledge preferred; strict attention to detail and an eye for quality of work and accuracy. Preferred qualifications include experience in journalism; team-building and relationship-building skills.
Technical Director - Theater Arts & Dance
The Theater Arts and Dance Technical Director will provide support for all technical areas related to all theatre productions and facilities. The Theater and Arts department seeks an innovative individual to oversee all aspects of scenery construction, properties, technical budgeting, audio, and lighting. This position will provide supervision of student assistants and theatre practicum labs; organize and supervise student crews; design lighting and sound for a variety of situations; works within budget to organize and maintain theatre facilities, equipment, and train crews. The position includes practicum teaching each semester. Willingness to work collaboratively within a liberal arts environment toward the continued development of a strong, active theatre program in a high quality, growing department is paramount. This is a 10 month, 30 hour per week staff position (August - May).
Qualifications: M.A. or M.F.A. degree in technical theatre required and/or equivalent professional experience; minimum of three years working in educational theatre; experience in technical direction, lighting, sound, set and scenic construction, knowledge and skill in drafting, construction engineering, CADD, welding, carpentry, lighting and sound equipment; ability to organize and maintain theater facilities, equipment, supervise and train student crews; ability to design lighting and sound for a variety of situations; ability to work within the department budget; ability to work with theater faculty and students in a congenial, professional manner with a common goal to build a strong undergraduate academic and production program. Additional preferred qualifications include knowledge and skill in construction engineering, carpentry, property construction, scenic painting, lighting, and sound equipment. Physical requirements: Ability to climb ladders, scaffolding and to the grid when needed, ability to lift heavy scenery and equipment, ability to execute the skills expected of a technical director; ability to be around dust generated by saws, fabrics, glues and other materials utilized in the making of scenery and properties.
A complete application should include: cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation including telephone contact information.
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.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required; evidence of training in repair and maintenance of electronic equipment; 3 to 5 years of experience in the repair of Apple and Intel compatible microcomputers and related peripherals; Apple and Dell computer support certifications; responsible, positive, and professional demeanor desired with a commitment to customer satisfaction and quality control; the ability to work directly with the public is necessary.
Physical requirements: Requires a limited amount of lifting items such as printers, computers, etc.
Lab Specialist - Information Technology Client Services
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.
There are no open positions at this time.
Temporary Parking Enforcement Assistant - LUPD
The temporary Parking Enforcement Assistant is a non-sworn, civilian member of the public safety/university police department. The Parking Enforcement Assistant work from the university’s Parking Services office and help the department by issuing parking citations and immobilizing (booting) vehicles in accordance with Loyola’s Parking & Traffic regulations. This position may also be utilized in assisting with posting valid, reserved parking signs and setting up and removing traffic cones and bollards as needed. This is a part-time, temporary position that is scheduled to work approximately 25 hours per week, for approximately three months with an option to extend for an additional three months.
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.
Teacher II - Toddler Two Class - Whelan Children's Center
The Teacher II is responsible for creating a warm, nurturing learning environment for children from one and a half through two years old. 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: Associate degree in Early Childhood Education; one year experience working with young children in a childcare situation required; excellent verbal and non-verbal communication skills; certification in CPR and first aid; comply with state laws regarding fingerprinting and NCIC search. Additional preferred qualifications include sensitivity 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; and familiarity with the Developmentally Appropriate Practices Method preferred. Must be able to lift and carry young children to diaper changing stations or toilet seats for potty training.
Physical requirements: Must be able to work outside in different types of weather to supervise children in the yard. Must be able to sit and/or lie on the floor for naptime routines. (updated 7.06.16)
Assistant Teacher - Preschool - Whelan Children's Center
The Assistant Teacher works with children from three and a half to five years of age within the Whelan Children’s Center.
Qualifications: One year experience working with young children in a childcare situation; CDA or Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education preferred; excellent verbal and non-verbal skills; CPR and First Aid Training Certified; comply with state laws regarding fingerprinting and NCIC search. Additional desirable qualifications: Sensitivity 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.
Physical requirements: Must be able to lift and carry young children; must be able to work outside in different types of weather to supervise children in the yard; must be able to sit and/or lie on the floor for naptime routines.
Assistant Teacher - All Classes - Whelan Children's Center
The Assistant Teacher assumes the duties of any classroom teacher during their absence and will work with children from 4 months to 5 years of age.
Qualifications: High school diploma or GED; minimum of one year experience working with young children in a childcare environment; excellent verbal and non-verbal communication skills; CPR and First Aid Training certifications required; compliance with state laws regarding fingerprinting and NCIC search. Preferred qualifications include sensitivity to young children’s feelings and the qualities of young children’s thinking; responsive to children’s successes and supportive of their difficulties; ability to exercise control without being threatening; demonstration of 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 Scales is preferred.
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.
Teacher III - Three Year Olds - Whelan Children's Center
The Teacher III for Three Year Olds is responsible for creating a warm and nurturing learning environment for children from three to four years of age. 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: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development; minimum of 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. Preferred qualifications include sensitivity 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; must be able to sit and/or lie on the floor for naptime routines.