Loyola University Maryland

Campus Ministry

Graduate Assistantships

Application Overview

Graduate assistants provide research, instructional, and administrative support to Loyola's faculty and administration. 15 hours per week are spent in their assistantship role and the remainder of their time is devoted to their academic pursuits. This combination of service, study, research, and teaching (when applicable) constitutes a full-time commitment. Assistantships are competitive positions that are highly sought after. They present a rewarding opportunity for you to participate in a vibrant academic community.

Remuneration

The GA position will be part-time position, 15 hours per week for 20 weeks, beginning the third week in August and ending the third week in May.  The GA will be compensated a total of $7800: Tuition remission $3,900 (50%) and Stipend $3,900 (50%).  The GA may also choose a 40% stipend and 60% scholarship distribution.

Availability

Available Campus Ministry Graduate Assistantship Job Descriptions will be listed on the University Graduate Assistantship Website. Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year will be accepted on a rolling basis.

  • Graduate Assistant for Koinonia (small faith-sharing groups), contact: Seán Bray, Director of Campus Ministry, sbray@loyola.edu, 410-617-2838
  • Graduate Assistant for Communications and Project Management, contact: Megan Linz Dickinson, Assistant Director of Campus Ministry, mlinz@loyola.edu, 410-617-2092
  • Graduate Assistant for Program Operations, contact: Ms. Hong-Yu Li, Program Assistant of Campus Ministry, hli1@loyola.edu

Qualifications

  • Must be enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola University
  • Willingness to grow, learn and share in a faith-based community
  • Exhibit time management and organizational skills 
  • Model commitment to dependability and accountability
  • Appreciation of the role of faith development as part of a Jesuit education.
  • Willingness to grow, learn and share in a faith-based community
  • Willingness to learn about and work with sensitivity to diversity and privilege.
  • Ability to engage students with diverse views and experiences
  • Appreciation for the role of faith development as part of a Jesuit education
  • Respect for supervision, peers, the office and partnership
  • Care for self and others
  • Availability for two-year commitment (upon re-evaluation at the end of the first year) would be preferred, although not required.
  • Familiarity and willingness to learn about Ignatian Spirituality and the life of St.Ignatius.

Mandatory Responsibilities

  • Attend training day with previous Graduate Assistant in Spring 2020 (Date TBD).
  • Attend on-campus training days: (in late August)
  • Attend occasional staff meetings and formation days throughout the academic year (Dates TBD)