|Position, Hours and Wages
Reporting to the Associate Director of Student Life for Housing Operations, Office of Student Life
20 hours/week including nights and weekends, ($13,500 part stipend, part tuition), housing may be provided if needed.
This is a one year position that reports to the Director of Student Conduct
- Earned Bachelor's degree and full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at Loyola University Maryland
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitive information
- Ability to work autonomously
- Must have some daytime availability
- Serve on Assistant Director Duty Rotation
- Serve in the 24-hour on call rotation for campus-wide emergencies. This requires carrying a departmental cell phone and responding to emergencies and calls for service in all areas of residential living.
- Be available in times of campus emergencies.
- Write incident reports and document responses and follow up.
- Communicate with emergency contacts.
- Respond to duty calls within 20 minutes while on call
- Coordinate COVID Case Management and Logistics
- Serve as the case manager for students who test positive and are relocated to Loyola’s isolation space
- Call and email students who are in isolation to check in and see how they are doing
- Refer students to additional resources as needed (Counseling Center, Campus Ministry, Dining, etc.)
- Keep a communication log and record any outreach to the students in isolation
- Support students in Loyola’s isolation space and help them utilize the appropriate resources
- Oversee COVID logistics, such as restocking isolation rooms, managing the key process for isolation spaces, etc. This does not involve interacting in-person with students who tested positive for COVID.
- Coordinate with the COVID Logistics Coordinator (CLC) as needed
- Report concerns to appropriate departments or personnel
- Support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programming
- Support programming for the LGBTQ+ community
- Support programming to promote sense of belonging
- Other divisional projects as needed/assigned
- This includes short-term tasks and administrative support as well as on-going divisional efforts
Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to:
Christina Spearman, Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students
Graduate Assistant Employment Application