Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Graduate Assistantship Vacancy

Department Campus Ministry - Graduate Assistant for Koinonia
Hours & Wages

List hourly wages and approximate number of hours if known; ranges are also The GA position will be a 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.


  • 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.



  • Support and promote vision of Koinonia, essential group components, and leader expectations

  • Assist Professional Staff with leader retreat development and implementation.

  • Broadly advertise and actively recruit group members and group leaders

  • Develop and manage effective system for member registration and group placement based on theme interest and time availability

  • Update and oversee weekly meeting agendas and distribute to leaders in advance

  • Plan and facilitate monthly leader meetings with assistance from professional staff

  • Coordinate semester social events

  • Maintain regular contact with group leaders- offering support, announcing upcoming meetings or events, and sharing resources and ideas

  • Support group leaders with ongoing recruitment assistance and reflection materials

  • Develop and distribute member evaluations each semester; collate responses; share feedback with staff and leaders

  • Self-manage workload.

  • Communicate regularly with supervisor and staff as needed.

  • Attend on-campus training days from August 19-24, 2018, preferred.

  • Attend occasional staff meetings and formation days throughout the academic year (Dates TBD)

  • Engage in regular (Weekly or Bi-weekly) supervision with the Campus Ministry staff. 

  • Perform other assigned tasks as delegated.

Contact Information

Sean Bray




Graduate Assistant Employment Application