Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Graduate Assistantship Vacancy

Department Student Activities
Hours & Wages
  • 20 hours per week (including nights and weekends)
  • $12,500 stipend per academic year, which includes payment for 6 credits per semester and remaining amount paid as a bi-weekly stipend.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • Applicants must be enrolled in a full-time graduate degree program at Loyola University Maryland.
  • Applicants with previous experience in extracurricular activities, strong organizational skills, ability to multi-task and experience working with students are desired.
  • Establish and maintain regular office hours.  In addition to office hours, some night and weekend work will be required.
  • Provide assistance to the Assistant Director for the Late Night and Coffeehouse programs.  Tasks to include:
    • Updating weekly flyers for Late Night programs, coordinating the copying and dissemination of flyers to various offices and locations around campus;
    • Develop digital signage templates for the late night flyer events to be posted via AxisTV, and populate templates with information on late night events as necessary;
    • Interact with the Greyhound student newspaper to keep them updated on upcoming events on and off campus;
    • Provide information to Newshound for inclusion of upcoming events; and
    • Coordinate with various offices around campus to highlight upcoming events during the Late Night time frame.
  • Plan and execute Late Night/Coffeehouse events when necessary, including but not limited to:
    • Securing transportation to and from event; ordering tickets; organizing a ticket sign-up sheet; and publicizing the event.
  • Provide assistance with the maintenance and updating of various social media tools used by the office including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., including:
    • Working with the work study students and office administration to take/gather photos from events and posting them on a weekly basis on the various social media outlets; and
    • Developing content to be used to update the various media outlet timelines/streams with relevant and current information on programs.
  • Provide coverage at designated social events throughout the school year, which are assigned by virtue of the nature of events planned by the office of student activities.  Such events include:
    • Family Weekend (last weekend in September)
    • Late Night programs (as scheduled and sponsored)
    • Senior Class Socials (Every 50 days or so starting after the second week of classes in the fall)
    • Other events TBD          
  • Provide assistance to the Assistant Director for clubs and organizations, on an as needed basis, with the implementation of leadership development programs for club leaders throughout the year.
  • Provide support to the Office Assistant and Office Manager in the daily operations of the office, such as:
    • Staffing the front desk, answering phones, fielding questions on programs from students and parent, and general office administration
  • Provide assistance in the implementation of assessment mechanisms for student activities to measure achievements in meeting the defined learning outcomes at an office level.
  • Participate in strategic planning of office initiatives through departmental staff meetings and planning sessions.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director(s) of student activities.
  • Reports to: Assistant Director for Late Night and SuperFans (full-time)
Contact Information

Kate Grubb Clark, Interim Associate Director of Student Activities

Graduate Assistant Employment Application