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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 in progress; 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.
Facilities Intern - Residential Life
Position Summary: The facilities intern helps the Office of Residential Life monitor and maintain the facilities of the residence halls. This position will follow up with work orders placed by students to provide good customer service and to ensure that facility issues are responded to in a timely manner. This position will also complete necessary tasks as deemed by Residential Life professional staff.
Minimum Qualifications: Facilities Interns will be required to…
Be enrolled as a full-time, degree-seeking student at time of application and throughout the entire term of the employment
Possess a 2.00 cumulative Grade Point Average at time of application and maintain a 2.00 term GPA each semester throughout the term of employment
Maintain good conduct standing prior to and throughout duration of employment
Be able to lift at least 35lbs
Be able to stand on feet for a large portion of their shift
Essential Duties for Staff Training and Development: Facilities Interns will be required to…
Attend and actively participate in all trainings, staff meetings, and in-services
Meet with supervisor once a semester for performance evaluations
Essential Duties for University and Residential Life Policy: Facilities Interns will be required to…
Demonstrate and maintain a positive attitude toward the position and the Office of Residential Life
Be familiar with all policies outlined in the Student Handbook and Residential Reader
Model positive behavior and respect for University policy and applicable local, state, and federal laws, both on- and off-campus
Essential Duties for Facilities Management: Facilities Interns will be required to…
Follow up with facilities concerns and work tickets submitted by students and staff utilizing computers and tablets
Complete Weekly walk-throughs of each residence hall
Maintain and monitor trunk rooms and storage facilities
Delivering and picking up items for other offices by residence life
Managing recycling for the Residential Life office
Performance of light maintenance work like replacing light bulbs, minor cleaning, replacing light switch/electrical socket covers, and other tasks deemed by Residential Life professional staff
Some heavy lifting and standing on your feet for most of a shift
Work with other facilities interns, office staff, and professional staff to complete tasks
Other small tasks as requested by professional staff members like moving boxes, table set up, etc.
Other Duties as assigned
Essential Duties for Scheduling: Facilities Interns will be required to…
Work with the Associate Director of Residential Life to maintain your schedule
Notify the Associate Director of Residential Life on any vacations, absences, late arrivals, or leaving early from shift.
TO APPLY: E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com.