Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Student Development COVID Case Management, Logistics, and Programming - Graduate Assistantship

Department Student Development
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

  1. Earned Bachelor's degree and full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at Loyola University Maryland
  2. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds
  3. Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitive information
  4. Ability to work autonomously
  5. Must have some daytime availability
General Responsibilities
  1. Serve on Assistant Director Duty Rotation
    1. 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.
    2. Be available in times of campus emergencies.
    3. Write incident reports and document responses and follow up.
    4. Communicate with emergency contacts.
    5. Respond to duty calls within 20 minutes while on call
  2. Coordinate COVID Case Management and Logistics
    1. Serve as the case manager for students who test positive and are relocated to Loyola’s isolation space
      1. Call and email students who are in isolation to check in and see how they are doing
      2. Refer students to additional resources as needed (Counseling Center, Campus Ministry, Dining, etc.)
    2. Keep a communication log and record any outreach to the students in isolation
    3. Support students in Loyola’s isolation space and help them utilize the appropriate resources
    4. 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.
    5. Coordinate with the COVID Logistics Coordinator (CLC) as needed
    6. Report concerns to appropriate departments or personnel
  3. Support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programming
    1. Support programming for the LGBTQ+ community
    2. Support programming to promote sense of belonging
  4. Other divisional projects as needed/assigned
    1. 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