Student Employment

Student assistant positions are recruited through the hiring departments. Find out about need-based federally funded employment through the Federal Work-Study Program.

 

 

Student Caller (Phonathon) 

Qualifications
• Currently enrolled as a student at Loyola University
• Familiarity with the Loyola University campus and activities
• Interest in helping Loyola University
• Ability to communicate effectively by telephone
• Courteous and engaging personality
• Ability to present facts in a concise and persuasive manner
• Ability to follow directions and accurately record data/details
• Good time management skills

Responsibilities
• Ask alumni and parents for their financial support of the College via credit card gift or pledge
• Inform Loyola University alumni and parents of campus events, news, and enhancements
• Professionally communicate Loyola’s mission and priorities
• Maintain and update information and records
• Accept constructive feedback/coaching from the Phonathon Student Supervisors and the Annual Giving staff in order to improve phoning skills and enhance results
• Meet Phonathon performance standards
• Display a professional and positive attitude
• Manage school work load and job hours
• Uphold Phonathon Employment & Confidentiality Agreements

Schedule/Hours
• There are 5 shifts per week
o Shift times are:
 Monday - Thursday Evening from 5:30-8:45 PM
 Saturdays 10-1pm
 Sunday 1-4pm
• Work a minimum of three shifts per week

Compensation
• $8.00 per hour

Please contact Sofia Pena-Uijttenboogaard at (504) 861-5566 or sapmoya@loyno.edu

Student Supervisor (Phonathon) 

Qualifications
• Currently enrolled as a student at Loyola University and has been employed as a Caller for a minimum of three consecutive semesters and has mastered the calling applications
• Demonstrates understanding of and comfort with Loyola University fundraising activities, including Phonathon goals and objectives
• Familiarity with the Loyola University campus and activities
• Ability to motivate and create enthusiasm with peer group
• Ability to communicate directions and information in a concise and constructive manner
• Ability to manage time efficiently and effectively
• Reliable and dependable
• Detail oriented and proactive
• Team player and also ability to work independently
• Demonstrate leadership and management skills
• Willingness to learn appropriate ways to provide constructive feedback to peers

Responsibilities
• Serve as a role model for Callers, always displaying a positive and professional attitude
• Help Callers reach goals by answering questions, coaching and demonstrating good phoning techniques
• Reinforce good phoning skills by providing support and encouragement to Callers
• Select motivational activities for each shift and prepare all activity materials, rewards, etc.
• Manage Phonathon employee schedule and monitor absences
• Prepare calling assignments; including managing callbacks
• Confirm nightly pledges with donors
• Assist in completing all nightly reporting duties including organizing and tallying of pledges
• Assist with training, motivating and coaching Callers
• Assist with any additional related duties as they occur

Position Requirements
• Ability  to commit to the position for the entire 14-15 school year
• As a Student Supervisor you will:
o Report to work prior to each phoning shift for preparation and expect to stay after each shift for wrap up
o Find a replacement for shifts unable to work
o Work a minimum of four shifts per week

Schedule/Hours
• There are 5 shifts per week
o Shift times are:
 Monday - Thursday Evening from 5:30-8:45 PM
 Saturdays 10-1pm
 Sunday 1-4pm

Please contact Sofia Pena-Uijttenboogaard at (504) 861-5566 or sapmoya@loyno.edu

Law Clerk - Office of General Counsel

The Law Clerk will perform responsible and complex legal research for the Office of General Counsel; research legal documents to provide supporting evidence for a particular argument of a case, prepares affidavits and other legal documents and relevant correspondence, prepares drafts of motions or briefs, interviews witnesses, files documents with the court, oversees the delivery of subpoenas, assist attorney with all phases of litigation, screens documents for privilege, assist in preparation for depositions, performs complex legal research utilizing both written and electronic sources. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and completion of first year of law school is required; must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills; the ability to utilize legal research tools, organizational and time-management skills; problem solving and decision-making skills.

Interested students should email their resume and cover letter to Carolyn Bryant in the Office of the General Counsel at csbryant@loyno.edu.