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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. 

To apply for a currently posted position , please email your resume and cover letter with the job title as the subject to: resumes@loyno.edu or print an application and mail signed application to: 

Human Resources Department
Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
 

Please complete our EEO Inquiry Form when applying for the following currently posted positions.

Please do not include the EEOC form in the same email with your resume or with the printed application.

Only candidates who are interviewed will receive responses.

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Temporary

Public Health Assistant - Student Affairs

The Public Health Assistant is responsible for the administrative, budget, and program management of the Public Health Team.  This position will work in conjunction with the Public Health Coordinators, Student Affairs; University Counseling; Health Services; and areas across the university to support the efforts of the Public Health team.

This position is a limited term assignment to assist the Public Health Coordinators.  Assignments will include: handling private and confidential data; communicating with students, faculty and staff of the campus community; assisting with contact tracing efforts; and enforcing and adhering to all COVID safety measures.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree preferred, preferably in public administration or public health, with an emphasis in education or personnel administration. High School Diploma with public health/healthcare/higher education relevant work experience considered in lieu of a degree. Minimum of 2 years prior administrative experience. Fully proficient in the use of MS Office Suite and Google Suite. Familiarity with database and spreadsheet management strongly preferred. Ability to learn new software required. Ability to respond appropriately exhibiting good judgment when dealing with students, faculty, staff and members of the community in sensitive and confidential matters. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to excel with strong organizational skills and detail-oriented work in a fast-paced office. Ability to develop, maintain and foster a congenial and productive working relationship with all University constituents. Preferred Qualification: Proficiency in Medicat.

Physical Requirements: Physical ability to do the essential functions with or without reasonable accommodations. Physical requirements to be expected within the scope of responsibilities include occasional light lifting; walking up and down stairs; ability to sit or remain stationary, sometimes for several hours at a time; and ability to work at a computer station for several hours per day. This position may work remotely full-time.
 

Group Exercise Instructor - Recreational Sports

Provide proper theoretical information and accurately perform practical application/techniques for teaching group exercise classes. Perform successful cueing and transitions. Design a safe and effective class format. Perform creative choreography. Utilize proper music selection. Utilize proper verbal and visual cueing skills. Perform proper warm up, cool down and stretching techniques. Assume the duties of the university Campus Security Authority (CSA), including but not limited to, reporting crimes as  defined through the Cleary Act and providing annual reporting statistics.  

Qualifications: CPR certification required. Physical Qualifications: Physical ability to complete above duties with or without physical accommodations.

Lifeguard

Under general supervision, ensures the safety of patrons of an aquatic facility by preventing and responding to emergencies.

  1. Maintains constant surveillance of patrons in the facility; acts immediately and appropriately to secure safety of patrons in the event of emergency.
  2. Provides emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services.
  3. Presents professional appearance and attitude at all times, and maintains a high standard of customer service.
  4. Performs various maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility.
  5. Prepares and maintains appropriate activity reports.
  6. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: CPR Certified; Current certification as Lifeguard by a recognized source of training. 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

  • Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Skill in the application of lifeguarding surveillance and rescue techniques.
  • Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork.
  • Knowledge of CPR and emergency medical procedures.
  • Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions.

 

Part-Time

Game Day Workers - Athletics Department

The Athletics Department is looking for a variety of game day staff. Each position will have responsibilities operating game day events. Below is a list of the positions and any specialized skills that are also needed.

  • Stat Input (Volleyball, Basketball, and Baseball) - the Stat Inputter is responsible for the online statistics for the game. Loyola University New Orleans and the NAIA use Dakstats as the software for this position.
  • Stat Caller (Volleyball and Basketball) - The stat caller works in conjunction with Stat Inputter to help properly stat each and every play of the game.
  • Official Scorebook (Volleyball and Basketball) - The Official Scorebook is kept throughout the game. For volleyball, starting lineups are usually given to referees before time runs out. For basketball, starting lineups must be filled out before 10 minutes prior to tip-off.
  • Scoreboard Operator (Volleyball and Basketball) - The Scoreboard Operator is responsible for inputting stats in the scoreboard and timing the games. The type of scoreboard used for game day is the Daktronics 5000 series.
  • Shot Clock Operator (Basketball) - The Shot Clock Operator is responsible for keeping track of a running shot clock. The Shot Clock Operator must stay up-to-date on rule changes to properly reset the shot clock each team possession.
  • Public Address Announcer (Volleyball, Basketball, and Baseball) - The arena Public Address Announcer is responsible for following a guided script. These scripts include pregame, in-game and postgame. The Public Address Announcer must bring energy to the position thus creating a lively game day atmosphere.
  • Broadcast Play-by-Play Announcer - Positioned at the broadcast table above the stands and working in conjunction with Broadcast Color Announcer, the Broadcast Play-by-Play announcer is responsible for calling the game for Loyola’s online viewers.
  • Broadcast Color Announcer - The Broadcast Color Announcer is responsible for injecting observations for the broadcast.

Please submit resume/ cover letter to: resumes@loyno.edu. All applicants should put the title of the position they are applying for.

 

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

 

Administrative/Clerical

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.  Join a team of dynamic faculty and staff dedicated to supporting students as they develop their knowledge and skills for service to others. For more information on LIM, see http://cnh.loyno.edu/lim.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software with emphasis on database and spreadsheet design and management. Detail-oriented. Exceptional organizational skills and ability to interact well with others. Ability to handle multiple tasks. Preferred Qualification: Familiarity with university systems and administrative experience.

Physical Requirements: Physical ability to complete above duties with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

Learning Commons Evening/ Night Assistant - University Library

The Monroe Library Learning Commons (LC) is an active space where students, faculty, and staff come together to study, learn, teach, create, and collaborate. The position is responsible for providing circulation, basic reference, referrals, technology assistance, and managing the library facilities and front desk during evening/night hours. The LC Evening/Night Assistant will collaborate with the Learning Commons Director to train, supervise, evaluate, and mentor student employees, especially with regard to student employees who only work during evening/night hours and those working on stacks maintenance. This position is responsible for stacks maintenance and managing the student employees who assist with that work. 

The Learning Commons Evening/Night Assistant position is a full-time non-exempt staff position. The work schedule varies depending on the university’s academic calendar, library hours, and LC desk coverage. During the regular school year, this position’s hours are 4pm-12:15am. Hours may be subject to change, and will require adjustment during extended study, breaks, intersession, and summer when library hours are longer or shorter. Flexibility of schedule is required for this position.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of experience. Excellent customer service skills, demonstrated ability to work in an active learning environment and juggle multiple tasks. Excellent interpersonal skills, communication and writing skills, and clear evidence of ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with faculty, staff, students and others, both in person and online. Demonstrated problem-solving skills, motivated to learn new skills and concepts. Willingness and ability to make temporary or permanent schedule changes to ensure optimal staffing of the service area. Strong commitment to team-based work and a high degree of accuracy in complex, detailed work. Ability to accomplish tasks and projects alone and in cooperation with others. Skills and experience in the use of varied computer applications, scanning, printing, spreadsheets, etc. Basic troubleshooting skills with computing, scanning, and printing. Demonstrated ability to learn and adapt to new software and technologies. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in an academic library service environment. Library circulation or access services experience. Familiarity with integrated library systems, especially with regard to users and circulation. Experience with the Library of Congress call number organization. Experience with Google Suite applications. Skills and experience supervising, scheduling and training.

Physical Requirements: Lift and carry equipment, supplies, or materials weighing up to 20 lbs. Access upper library shelves with a step stool and bend to lower shelves. Push a fully loaded, wheeled, book cart, up to 100 lbs. Sustain long periods of standing/walking back and forth. Bend, stoop, and reach equipment and materials.

Media Services Assistant - University Library

Media Services is a small team of dedicated staff responsible for maintaining audio-visual presentation equipment and instructional technology in classrooms and meeting rooms throughout campus.  Based in Loyola’s J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, we provide portable equipment loans to university affiliates, as well as manage meeting spaces and oversee digital media workstations in the library.  Media Services is also responsible for supporting web conferencing hardware in HyFlex classrooms and administering the Zoom conferencing platform accessible to all students, faculty, and staff.  Our mission is to ensure Loyola’s learning spaces are operating according to the high standards set by our students and faculty and to provide swift and competent assistance to our users throughout the university and our patrons in the Monroe Library.

The University Library Media Services Assistant serves as part of the team that provides audiovisual support, training, and delivery of instructional and web conferencing technology to faculty, staff, and students throughout the university. He/She/They communicates with users regarding requests for meeting rooms and portable equipment along with other services provided by the Media Services department. This person assists with training and directing Media Services student employees.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience. One year of experience with audio-visual presentation systems and other instructional technologies. Experience with web conferencing equipment and software such as Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Skype. Strong familiarity with computers and computing peripherals, troubleshooting hardware and software components, and repair.  Familiarity with Microsoft Windows, macOS, and other operating systems. Experience using computers and mobile devices for a variety of functions including word processing, creating and maintaining spreadsheets, image scanning, document sharing, and email communication.  Ability to work productively in a team environment.  Excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills, with clear evidence of ability to interact effectively and cooperatively with faculty, staff, and students. Strong customer service orientation and demonstrated ability to train users at all levels in the application of new technologies to enhance teaching, learning, and research. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in a higher education environment (may include student employment). Experience with WebCheckout reservation system or other resource scheduling software. Experience with media production, audio production, and image editing applications. Knowledge and understanding of various image, video, audio, and data file types and how to convert them.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Physical ability to complete above duties with or without physical accommodations. May require lifting and carrying equipment up to 30lbs, bending and stooping to reach and troubleshoot equipment.

 

Residential Life Coordinator

The Department of Residential Life is seeking a Residential Life Coordinator to work with the residential life professional staff and contracted staff to meet the needs of residential students.  This is a full-time, limited term position for the academic year (August 2021 – May 2022).  This position will require flexibility in work hours to include evenings and weekends, when necessary.

Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s degree OR a high school diploma/GED and a minimum of 2 years experience in administration and/or logistical management. Ability to take direction and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to maintain confidentiality of student health information. Ability to provide impeccable customer service. Ability to model meticulous safety and social distancing protocols at all times. Ability to be flexible in work hours to include evenings and weekends when necessary.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. Ability to climb stairs and lift/move/carry up to 25 lbs.

 

Coordinator for Academic Success and Bar Preparation & Learning Initiative Program - College of Law

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

 

Professional

Admissions Counselor - Law Admissions

The Admissions Counselor an advisor, counselor, and recruiter for all Loyola Law academic programs (JD, MA, LLM, and joint-JD degrees). Under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Law Admissions, the Admissions Counselor will manage assigned components of the department’s recruitment plan to meet annual enrollment goals as set by the Dean and University Board of Trustees.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor or Master’s Degree required. One year experience in higher education, admissions, sales, public-relations, or other customer-service related position preferred.  Student worker experience will also be considered. Advanced understanding of basic office applications, including MS Office, Adobe, and G Suite. Have the ability to operate proficiently in a mostly digital office. Initiative, imagination and organizational qualities to assist in the development of programs and promote Loyola Law so as to meet enrollment and revenue goals as set by the Board of Trustees. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing to individuals and large groups of prospective students and their influencers. 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 admissions counselor. Ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Willingness to travel extensively and to work irregular hours and weekends. Independent judgment and discretionary decision-making as they relate to the major functions of this position are required. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with Slate by Technolutions CRM and/or ACES2 by LSAC.

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. Ability to complete above duties with or without reasonable accommodations. 
 

Public Health Coordinator - Office of the President

Loyola’s Public Health Coordinator is an integral part of Loyola’s return to on-campus operations. The individual in this position will monitor daily reports from the Loyola Community of positive COVID diagnosis, symptoms, or exposure and will coordinate contact tracing and response efforts.  This position works on campus, with a varied schedule including nights and weekends as needed. 

The Coordinator will work and coordinate with the Louisiana Department of Health, City of New Orleans and members of the university community to manage public health campaigns and outreach. This position will work closely with departments across the university to communicate public health information clearly and concisely to coordinate specific case management on campus.

This is a one-year limited term appointment and is benefits-eligible.

Qualifications: Master’s of Public Health or Master’s of Social Work Required. Minimum of 1-year relevant experience in a public health administration setting. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent computer skills; proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, and willingness to learn new programs. High level of organizational skills and proven record of delivering quality results in a timely manner. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to interact professionally with diverse individuals during a time of crisis and distress. Ability to show empathy to distressed individuals. Excellent critical thinking skills and sound judgment. Ability to ensure compliance with regulations and legal requirements. Ability to maintain confidentially in all work performed. Ability to speak, read, and write English. Ability to work nights and weekends, as needed. Physical Requirements: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

Grant Specialist - University Advancement

The goal of this position is to increase the value of corporate, private foundation, and governmental grants made to Loyola University New Orleans in support of university priorities. This staff member will develop positive communication with foundation staff, working with university leadership and faculty to develop and submit strategic grant proposals.  Key features of this work will be the creation of case statements and program budgets, management of any budget revisions and/or extension requests, management of the university’s internal approval process for grant requests, assistance in the stewardship of granted funds, provide post-award federal grant compliance support and strategic work to achieve the goals of the University’s capital and annual campaigns.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required. A minimum of two years’ prior experience exhibiting a demonstrated understanding of grant development, management, and compliance. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Ability to work independently under time pressure with minimal guidance. Strong collaborative and communication skills in a team environment. Knowledge of and professional commitment to the educational mission of the university and the Society of Jesus. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and Google Workspace is required and familiarity with Raiser’s Edge and Foundation Search software is preferred. Physical Requirements: Physical ability to complete above duties with or without physical accommodations.
 

Senior Accountant - Financial Affairs

The Senior Accountant is responsible for supporting and delivering on department initiatives.  The Senior Accountant performs duties related to a variety of accounting functions and providing supervision to the department under the guidance and direction of the Controller.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Accounting, Finance or related field. Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in an accounting position. Minimum of two (2) years demonstrated supervisory experience is required. Demonstrated experience in strategic fiscal management is preferred. CPA designation is required. Understanding of accounting principles (GAAP, FASB) specific to nonprofit organizations. Must possess the following human relations and interpersonal skills: High degree of professionalism including the ability to maintain strict levels of confidentiality. Effective conflict resolution skills with the ability to encourage consensus and teamwork. Ability to effectively communicate with diverse groups of individuals and to adapt communication to the audience and the situation. Must be flexible and adapt to change with differing responsibilities and deadlines, in a self-motivated and pro-active manner either independently or as part of an effective team. Must be computer literate with the capability of performing at an intermediate or above level with Microsoft Office Suite of products (e.g. Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Must be computer literate with or have the ability to learn quickly Enterprise Resource Planning software.  Experience with Colleague or similar ERP system preferred. May require overtime work for certain times during the year or on an as-needed basis. May require evening and weekend work.  

Physical Requirements: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

Head eSports Coach - Intercollegiate Athletics

Within the framework of the Loyola University New Orleans mission of educating the whole person, the head eSports coach will fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the position. Responsibilities include but are not limited to department compliance/eligibility, program and staff oversight, recruiting and developing student athletes, and promoting the program to the institution’s stakeholders. This is a 12 month position.

Qualifications: Minimum of a baccalaureate, master’s degree preferred. Minimum: Coaching or teaching experience, at least one year of competitive eSports experience involving multiplayer online video games with team-based elements and expert knowledge of League of Legends or similar game. Ability to demonstrate a vision for a collegiate eSports program at Loyola; Preferred: Experience coaching or playing in collegiate eSports program. Experience in recruiting and expert knowledge of other games such as Overwatch, etc. Ability to work effectively with college student-athletes, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community. 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. 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 total educational experience for both the student-athlete and the student non-athlete. A well developed personal system of ethical values that will be used as the basis for supervising and developing the intercollegiate program. Performance and conduct which is basically supportive of the principles and traditions of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of the University.

Physical Requirements: Must be able to drive/transport athletes. Must be able to set up and take down the volleyball court, which include nets and standards. Also able to lift, move, and carry up to 50lbs

 

Title IX Coordinator & Deputy Student Affairs Officer

Working under the direction of the Chief Student Affairs Officer, the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Student Affairs Officer will oversee and coordinate compliance programs for Title IX, VAWA, ADA, Clergy Act, and all other applicable laws and regulations, including monitoring and implementation of updates to best practices. This position will work closely with campus partners such as administration, faculty, staff, and students to direct an institutional comprehensive compliance program by developing initiatives, conducting training, and coordinating awareness of all initiatives. The position will assist the Chief Student Affairs Officer in the preparation and implementation of strategic planning activities and establishment of divisional goals.

Qualifications: Master’s degree or JD and more than 8 years of related work experience. Knowledge, training, and experience and/or certificate in gender-based violence prevention and ability to employ a culturally sensitive and trauma informed approach to gender-based violence issues. Ability to establish a significant level of trust and exercise diplomacy with students, faculty, staff, administrators, and parents as well as outside entities. Empathetic and good listening skills. Excellent problem solving, conflict resolution, organizational, and presentation skills. Excellent leadership skills with ability to influence and support others who do not report to the director or division. Proficient in MS office products, Maxient, Google Suite and other data systems. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; high level writing skills, ability to professionally address, with poise and diplomacy, sensitive and confidential issues with frequent contact with varied constituencies such as students, parents, and leadership. Ability to perform with a student-centered philosophy and commit to diversity in leadership. Ability to encourage and foster open communication with students. Demonstrated success in program development, management, and leadership in higher education. Experience with crisis management, student conduct programs and experience in student programming. Comprehensive knowledge of Title IX and ADA 504 legislation and regulations. Successful experience working with faculty, administrators, parents and students in a higher education setting and building collaborative partnership. Proven leader with clear vision for student development issues in higher education. Knowledge of and ability to implement “best practices” for supervising and managing assigned staff. Ability to support the University’s goals for institutional diversity, as well as the goals and values of a Catholic, Jesuit education. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience in presentations and educational programs, managing projects, oversight, and management of sensitive and confidential documents and files. The ability to exercise judgment, maintain a neutral position in disputes, work independently and communicate outcomes objectively. Able to advise, guide, and review deputy investigators; coordinating and consulting within a diverse campus community. Preferred Qualifications: Doctoral or advanced degree. ATIXA and related Title IX certification. Experience with utilizing the Maxient system. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

 

Director of Student Conduct - Student Affairs

Student Conduct at Loyola University New Orleans is responsible for fostering growth by engaging students in conversation about ethical-decision making; addressing and redressing student misconduct through fair and consistent application of policies and procedures, and promoting awareness of students’ rights and responsibilities. Student Conduct supports the larger mission of Loyola University to uphold the dignity and value of each person as created by God; to foster a commitment to wholeness of mind, body, and spirit; and to maintain a compassionate response to the community. Student Conduct crafts and enforces policies, as well as delivers co-curricular programming, trainings, and services that promote student safety and success, civility, respect for self and others, global citizenship, community and personal responsibility, and ethical development.  The Director of Student Conduct is a 12-month, full-time position that works with a professional team to oversee the education, implementation, and management of university conduct procedures that are holistic, mission-driven, and rooted in best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required, Master's Degree preferred, in Higher Education, Counseling, Student Personnel, or directly related field. Minimum of 5 years professional experience in Student Affairs. Sound judgment, initiative, and discretion in handling highly confidential and sensitive matters. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work and interact within a diverse environment. Beliefs support the principles of a Jesuit education and the goals of the University. Knowledge is theoretical and research foundations of student development.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of or demonstrated interest in college judicial and residential education systems. Proven record of successful educational outreach and administrative experience. Excellent presentation and speaking skills. Knowledge of database systems such as Maxient.

Physical Requirements: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

 

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. Physical Requirements: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations
 

Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs - President's Office

The Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs reports to the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion and provides oversight to the Center for Multicultural Affairs and gives direction to multiple student organizations.  With direction from the VP for Equity and Inclusion, the Coordinator develops and implements best practices, policies and initiatives designed to enhance the overall growth and development of student organizations, the Center for Multicultural Affairs, and the Office of Equity and Inclusion. The Coordinator assists in the creation and promotion of a wide range of services and programs while fostering increased support and belongingness for undergraduates and graduate students.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Minimum of 1 year of full-time experience advising students or student organizations in a professional role, particularly multicultural student organizations. Minimum of 1 year of full-time professional experience with student program development; will consider two years of graduate experience as one year of full-time experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Applications. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree; Minimum of 2 years of full-time experience advising students and student organizations in a professional role, particularly multicultural student organizations. Minimum of 2 years of full-time professional experience with student program development. Webpage design and upkeep. 
Physical Requirements: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

Financial Aid Counselor - Financial Aid

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. Ability to develop congenial and productive working relationships with Loyola administrators, faculty, staff and students. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of PowerFAIDS software preferred. Specialized knowledge of EdConnect, ELM, and FAA Online is beneficial. Physical Requirements: Ability to complete above duties with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

Accessibility Coordinator - Student Success Center

The Accessibility Coordinator serves as academic support personnel in the Student Success Center.  This position provides guidance and process to University partners for compliance with the ADA Amendment Act, Section 504, and other federal and state laws.

Qualifications: Master's degree in special education, disability services, psychology, vocational rehabilitation, or other related field preferred. Ability to interpret disability-related documentation/psychoeducational assessment reports. Experience and sensitivity in working with people with disabilities; ability to tactfully handle sensitive situations with discretion. Possess excellent interpersonal, communication, time-management, problem solving, and multitasking skills. Ability to manage competing priorities and timelines while bringing initiatives to completion. Preferred Qualifications: 1-3 years of ADA and disability services experience in higher education preferred. Spanish fluency (desired, not required).

Physical Requirements: Ability to speak and listen effectively in individual or small group settings with or without accommodations. Physical ability to complete above duties of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

 

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.

 

Information Technology

Support Analyst

Under general direction from the Director of Distributed Systems, the Support Analyst provides support for technology systems and services managed by Loyola University’s Department of Information Technology.  Duties include the installation, configuration, management, support, and backup and recovery of assigned systems.  The Support Analyst will also evaluate vendor products and recommend purchases consistent with short and long term objectives of the university. Additionally, the Support Analyst will recommend and implement procedures, policies and standards, ensuring adherence to best practices and Loyola’s data security policies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree and equivalent certification/experience required. Experience with deploying and managing Windows and Linux servers. Experience with Active Directory administration, including Azure AD and PowerShell scripting. Experience installing, configuring, and maintaining services such as Apache, MySQL, and PHP preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who have a minimum of three years time in service with experience at the appropriate levels and/or demonstrated exceptional levels of productivity and achievement. Preferred Qualifications: Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. 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.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Light lifting and moving of computer equipment. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.
 

 

Physical Plant

Lead Engineer

Under direct supervision of the Director of Mechanical Systems, to operate and maintain power plant equipment both in the Central Plant and in outlying buildings.

SHIFT WORK IS REQUIRED FOR 24-HOUR/7-DAY WEEK COVERAGE.  POSITION IS ALSO SUBJECT TO BEING ON CALL, SCHEDULE CHANGES BASED ON THE NEEDS OF THE UNIVERSITY, AND LONG HOURS TO COMPLETE/PERFORM SCHEDULED OR EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS/PROJECTS.  POSITION IS THAT OF A WORKING SUPERVISOR WHO MUST BE ABLE TO PERFORM ALL TASKS OF SUBORDINATES IF OR WHEN NECESSARY.

Qualifications: High School Graduate or G.E.D. or vocational schooling in related fields. Must possess a City of New Orleans Stationary Engineers Certificate First Class, for both air-conditioning and boilers. Five years of experience in maintenance and operation of power plant equipment (chillers, boilers, high temperature hot water generators, pumps, air compressors), at least one year of which must have been in a plant of comparable size; or successful performance of duties as a Loyola Engineer; or equivalent performance elsewhere sufficiently referenced. Must be able to perform all duties of a Loyola Engineer. Must report for work in emergency situations (hurricanes, floods, etc.) unless otherwise directed by the Assistant Vice President for Administration. Ability to think and act quickly. Should be mechanically inclined in order to perform emergency repairs in several trade categories. Good oral and written communication skills. Good interpersonal relationship skills. Requires a working knowledge of mechanical systems, energy management, and computerized systems and software. Must work under a minimum of supervision. 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 be willing to work overtime when assigned, and to adjust work schedule to the needs of the department when necessary.

Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift heavy objects and handle large wrenches.  Must be able to withstand heat and dust.  Must be able to bend, stoop, climb, and work in cramped areas. Considerable walking is required. It may be necessary to perform work in noisy, hot, dry, or wet locations (in proximity of fire boxes, relief valves, hot pipes, gas lines, electrical lines, etc.).

 

University Police

Deputy Chief of Police

Provides assistance to the Director/Chief with the development, administration, coordination and implementation of departmental policies, procedures and activities.  Performs a variety of duties including organizing, planning coordinating various programs and operations.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in related field. Ten (10) years of increasingly responsible broad based service as a law enforcement officer. Strong analytical and problem solving skills, with the ability to analyze complex problems and act with sound judgment in routine and emergency situations. Ability to build and maintain cooperative and effective relationships with members of the University community. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. U.S. citizen or resident alien of good moral character and physical condition to perform the duties of a University Police Officer. Must be able to obtain Louisiana POST certification and a commission for a University Police Officer issued under the authority of Louisiana Revised Statute 17:1805, et seq. by the Louisiana Department of Public Safety. Must have a comprehensive knowledge of law enforcement training including investigative and/or crime prevention techniques and methods, along with an understanding of the criminal laws and procedures. Beliefs and behaviors which are supportive of and compatible with the principles of a Jesuit higher education and the goals of the university.

Physical Requirements:  All the physical requirements of a Loyola University Police Officer.

 

Sergeant - University Police

The position of Police Sergeant is a regular, and/or special detail position, providing general law enforcement and service related duties for Loyola University New Orleans community. The position of Police Sergeant is a supervisory position, overseeing a squad of Police Officers and other personnel as assigned. To perform these duties, employees in this position must possess, or be able to obtain and maintain, certification as a peace officer, pursuant to the rules of the Louisiana Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. 

Work involves knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, in addition to policies and procedures of
Loyola University New Orleans. Employees assigned to this position must be able to demonstrate the
ability to exercise independent judgment and decision making within the limits prescribed by laws, rules, regulation, policies, and procedures. Work requires dedication to public service, which is often accompanied by emotional and/or physical stress from rapidly evolving events. The employee must be able to work with people from diverse backgrounds.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate.  At least an Associates Degree or its equivalent preferred. All the qualifications of the Loyola University Police Officer. Minimum of (5) five years, progressive relevant law enforcement experience. Continued honorable and satisfactory performance as a supervisor is required to maintain this position. Preferred Qualifications: Two (2) years Supervisory training and experience. Additional specialized training and professional development. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: All the physical requirements of a Loyola University Police Officer. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.
 

Shuttle Driver - University Police

Shuttle drivers transport students, faculty and staff in university owned shuttle vans on designated routes between and at stops on both campuses.

This is a 10-month position (22 bi-weekly pay periods a year).

Qualifications: High school graduate or G.E.D. equivalent. Must possess a current Class “C” or “D” Louisiana driver’s license, subject to approval by the university’s insurance company.  Must not have any convictions for DWI or more than one (1) moving traffic offense within the last three (3) years prior to and during employment. Must pass a criminal history check prior to and after employment. Some experience driving shuttled, buses, or similar transports is preferred. A mature individual who is sensitive in handling people and aware of the importance of human relations. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and clearly, both written and orally. Must have the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy, and courtesy in communicating with students, staff, and faculty. Must maintain cleanliness and proper function of the van. Maintain safe-driving operations of the vehicle at all times. (Note: Negligence or careless operation of the vehicle may result in disciplinary action and/or termination). Beliefs basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of Loyola University. Physical Requirements: Must be able to sit for long periods of time in one position while driving. Mandatory pre-employment drug testing is required, and applicants currently using illegal drugs will not be considered for employment.  University Shuttle Drivers occupy safety-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 get in and out of the shuttle vehicle quickly and assist riders with their access if applicable. Must be able to remove seats in the van(s) and operate ADA approved wheel chair lift. Since shuttle drivers are required to operate their vehicles safely at all times and insure the safety of the riders within their care, it is a “business necessity” that drivers not exhibit a history of illegal drug use. Must be able to drive a University shuttle vehicle during both day and night, in congested traffic and in unsafe road conditions caused by factors such as fog, smoke, rain, etc. Communicate effectively and coherently over a two-way radio and telephone.

 

Public Safety Generalist - 12 Positions Available

Public Safety Generalists (PSGs) are non-sworn civilian members of the university police department.  Public Safety Generalists assist the University Police Department with dispatch duties, shuttle driving, on-campus safety escorts, report writing, issuing parking citations, opening and locking doors/ buildings/vehicles, safety patrols, parking services needs, and other non-law enforcement duties as directed by the shift supervisor. This position requires the competent use of telephones, two-way radios, CCTV and voice recording equipment, computers and appropriate software, and the safe operation of university owned vehicles.

These positions work 36 hours/week on a 12 hour/3 day a week schedule during the academic year (10 months/22 biweekly pay periods a year) at $14.00 per hour. The PSG positions are benefits eligible, including tuition remission benefits.

Qualifications:  High School Graduate or G.E.D., with preference given to those with some college education and/or comparable experience. U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien. Loyola University Police Department requires the completion of a detailed application, a criminal record check, and fingerprinting. Must possess a valid Louisiana Driver’s license, subject to approval by the University’s insurance company. Public Safety Generalists are 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 PSGs exhibit a history and characteristics of honesty, integrity, reliability, ability to manage personal finances, interpersonal skills, and non-use of illegal drugs. PSGs may be 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 PSGs posing a substantial risk of injury to themselves, other employees, and the university community are at a substantial disadvantage in the hiring process, and in retaining this position after employment. Shifts are usually rotated. PSGs may be involuntarily reassigned to any shift to meet the needs of the university.  Refusal of a shift change may result in termination. PSGs must maintain a working telephone at his/her residence and immediately notify the University Police Department and Human Resources of any changes. Performance and conduct basically supportive of and compatible with the principles of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of Loyola University. 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 successfully complete required training may result in termination. Must pass a thorough background check, which includes both criminal and driving histories. Should possess a valid Louisiana operator’s license and have a driver’s record acceptable for the University’s insurance carrier. Able to project and display honesty and integrity through personal conduct and to reflect a helpful and positive attitude. Must have excellent communication and people skills. Must welcome the cultural diversity found in a University setting. Must be able to offer and demonstrate independent judgment and personal initiative. Must have the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy, and courtesy in communicating with co-workers and the public. Must have the ability to relate to and interact with people of various backgrounds. Must have the ability to deal with stressful situations. PSGs occupy a position of trust and must maintain confidentiality. Violation of the University or the department’s policies concerning confidentiality is grounds for immediate termination of employment and will subject the PSG to arrest and/or University discipline.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The successful applicant and current employee must be able to perform all the job functions of a Public Safety Generalist unassisted, and at a pace and level of performance consistent with the actual job performance requirement. This requires a level of physical ability to include hearing, speaking, flexibility and strength.

 

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 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.

 

Miscellaneous

No positions are available at this time.

 


In accordance with the Campus Security Act as amended, Loyola University publishes annually and distributes to members of the academic community, and upon request to prospective (students/employees), an annual security report.  That report includes current policies and procedures of the University Police Department for the reporting of campus crimes, notifying the campus community of occurrence of campus crimes, policies regarding access to campus buildings, the enforcement authority of the University Police Officers and their relationship to local police.  University policies on the possession, use and sale of alcohol and illegal drugs are outlined. The Campus sexual Assault Program and policy is described.  Campus crime statistics as defined under this law for the last three calendar years are included.  A copy of this report may be secured from the (Office of Admissions), (Office of Human Resources), or from the University Police Department. 

Loyola University New Orleans does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran's status or national origin in its educational programs or activities, including employment and admissions. At the same time, Loyola cherishes its right to seek and retain personnel who will make a positive contribution to its religious character, goals, and mission in order to enhance the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.