Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Federal Work-Study Job Listings

Students may not begin working until all required employment paperwork is submitted to the human resources office, the I-9 form has been completed and the I-9 documentation has been verified. Please see the Student Employment page for the required forms.

Department Contact Person  Position Information
Annual Giving
Joey Dwyer/410-617-5746/jpdwyer@loyola.edu
 

Note: Full for the Fall Semester. Applicants interested in applying for the Spring semester will be reviewed after the Thanksgiving break.

Phonathon Associates call alumni and parents to reconnect them back to campus and raise money for the Evergreen Fund. The Evergreen Fund directly supports student scholarships and financial aid.

 Athletics Melissa Hassen/410-617-5963/mahassen@loyola.edu Athletic Mascot: The Loyola mascot is an integral part of the Greyhounds Athletics experience, whether it is at a basketball game, soccer or lacrosse games or local community events, Iggy is a highly visible representative of the university and athletics. In order to attain the most professional representation of Loyola University Maryland Athletics the mascot must be someone who shares the same spirit and enthusiasm for the school as the Athletic department staff. Additionally the mascot needs to be trained to display the appropriate actions in different performance settings. The person who performs as Iggy must accept the responsibility that they are a representative of the school and athletic department, and in doing so also commits to perform as Iggy in accordance with the following responsibilities.

• Perform at all home games at either Reitz Arena or Ridley Athletic Complex which includes arriving an hour before each game and in the costume 30 minutes prior to game time.
• Perform all duties of the mascot as scripted by the Athletic Marketing Department.
• Meet and greet fans prior to and after the game.
• Perform at all necessary community and team appearances.

Requirements: Please describe the skills and/or experience needed to perform the job effectively, i.e., computer skills, interpersonal skills, special certifications and/or training.

• Some experience is preferred, but not required.
• Must be available to work flexible hours including all home games, some nights, and some weekends.
• Fan friendly and outgoing individual.
• Works well with children and others at many events.
• Good physical condition (athletic) and must be able to work in a costume.  
Client Services
Tom Breiner/410-617-5172/tbreiner@loyola.edu

Client Services Student Technician - Responsible for level 2 lab, classroom, and end user support of computer and AV equipment.  Responsible for assisting current technical staff in support all operational and project needs.  Operational support is needed during all hours of classroom operations.  Training will be provided and students of all majors are encouraged to apply.
Event Services
Michael Clark/410-617-2243/mrclark@loyola.edu 

Event Services Student Staff- Administrative Office

I. Position Summary:
• This position executes administrative duties for the Administrative Office of Event Services and executes operations of the Campus events Box Office. This position interfaces with all members of the Loyola community and outside guests. Incumbents of this position work in a dynamic and fast paced environment must have the ability to work a flexible schedule, determined weekly including evenings, weekends, and holidays.

II. Essential Duties:

Administrative Office Functions:

1. Knowledge of contemporary office practices. Procedures and techniques.

2. Furnish customers with outstanding service by remaining alert and responsive to their requests. Customer service is the highest priority.

3. Handle phone calls in a professional manner which includes taking messages and forwarding calls to proper staff members operating a multiple line phone system.

4. Use a personal computer and a variety of office software applications with proficiency and accuracy. Operate office equipment such as printers, laminators, staplers and hole punchers.

5. Enter information into event scheduling software based on requests from customers and University Reservationist. Ensures the accuracy and completeness of data, and generates reports or outputs as needed.

6. Receives mail or correspondences for the Event’s office operations. Determine proper distribution and accurately distribute mail and correspondences.

7. Files documents based on Event’s office procedures utilizing both paper and electronic filing systems.

8. Operate two way radio.

9. Perform special event support; sets up furniture and equipment to support classes and events; ensures that classrooms are returned to original furniture arrangements; coordinates with staff when additional event support is required.

10. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned to meet the goals and mission requirements of the University and the Event Services Department. Cooperation of all personnel is expected to carry out the mission

III. Supervision Received: The position functions under the close supervision of Full Time and Part Time Events Staff and Administrators.

IV. Supervision Exercised: N/A.

V. Minimum Qualifications:
• Education: High School Degree or Equivalent.
• Education: Enrollment in good standing at Loyola University Maryland Undergraduate / Graduate Program(s).
• Licensees (if acceptable): A valid driver’s license with a good driving record during employment with the University is preferred.

VI. Physical Requirements:
• Work may involve the performance of heavier physical tasks such as walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, working in confined space, and lifting or carrying moderately heavy (20-50 pounds) items and occasionally lift and carry heavy (100 pounds or over) items.
• The work environment may involve exposure to various elements such as chemicals, dust, fumes, cold, heat, noise, vibrations, or dampness, where work exposes the employee to potentially non-disabling injuries.
• Duties may require that work be performed in adverse weather conditions. Work may require exposure to dangerous equipment and machinery. Work may require the use of protective clothing or gear such as earplugs, hard hats, mask, gloves, insulated clothing, boots, coats, etc

VII. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated expertise in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite. Aptitude to learn computerized ticketing software system.
• Excellent interpersonal skills – this position interfaces with all elements of the campus community. Tactful manner required when dealing with event sponsors, guests, students, and support departments. Excellent telephone manner projecting a courteous and helpful attitude.
• Ability to read and comprehend written instructions, manuals, and technical literature.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends, and holidays to be determined weekly.
• Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment when confronted with changing circumstances, problems, and emergencies typical of event/conference operations.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while successfully managing multiple priorities. Flexibility is essential.
• Professionalism expressed in actions and appearance. A uniform shirt is provided. Employee provides khaki pants or shorts and foot wear. Shoes must be an athletic style sneaker or a work/hiking style boot"
Event Services
Michael Clark/410-617-2243/mrclark@loyola.edu 
Event Services Student Staff- Box Office

I. Position Summary:
• This position executes administrative duties for the Administrative Office of Event Services and executes operations of the Campus events Box Office. This position interfaces with all members of the Loyola community and outside guests. Incumbents of this position work in a dynamic and fast paced environment must have the ability to work a flexible schedule, determined weekly including evenings, weekends, and holidays.

II. Essential Duties:
Box Office Functions:
1. Assists the Manager with the daily operation of the University Box Office.

2. Furnish customers with outstanding service by remaining alert and responsive to their requests. Customer service is the highest priority.

3. Provide on-site ticketing as needed utilizing on-site procedures working in various box office locations.

4. Handle phone calls in a professional manner which includes taking messages and forwarding calls to proper staff members.

5. Operate centralized ticketing system supporting various groups on campus including, but not limited to; Fine Arts, Student Activities, Athletics, Academic Affairs & Diversity, and ALANA Services.

6. Responsible for all transactions done under employee’s register log in. This includes obtaining signatures for credit transactions and maintaining an accurate drawer for cash transactions.

7. Follow procedures as it relates to event ticket sales and taking payment before any tickets are printed through Ticketmaster.

8. Responsible for reconciling mid-day and end of day reports with accuracy.

9. Keep adequate supply inventory of ticketing supplies.

10. Perform special event support; sets up furniture and equipment to support classes and events; ensures that classrooms are returned to original furniture arrangements; coordinates with staff when additional event support is required.

11. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned to meet the goals and mission requirements of the University and the Event Services Department. Cooperation of all personnel is expected to carry out the mission.

III. Supervision Received: The position functions under the close supervision of Full Time and Part Time Events Staff and Administrators.

IV. Supervision Exercised: N/A.

V. Minimum Qualifications:
• Education: High School Degree or Equivalent.
• Education: Enrollment in good standing at Loyola University Maryland Undergraduate / Graduate Program(s).
• Licensees (if acceptable): A valid driver’s license with a good driving record during employment with the University is preferred.

VI. Physical Requirements:
• Work may involve the performance of heavier physical tasks such as walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, working in confined space, and lifting or carrying moderately heavy (20-50 pounds) items and occasionally lift and carry heavy (100 pounds or over) items.
• The work environment may involve exposure to various elements such as chemicals, dust, fumes, cold, heat, noise, vibrations, or dampness, where work exposes the employee to potentially non-disabling injuries.
• Duties may require that work be performed in adverse weather conditions. Work may require exposure to dangerous equipment and machinery. Work may require the use of protective clothing or gear such as earplugs, hard hats, mask, gloves, insulated clothing, boots, coats, etc

VII. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated expertise in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite. Aptitude to learn computerized ticketing software system.
• Excellent interpersonal skills – this position interfaces with all elements of the campus community. Tactful manner required when dealing with event sponsors, guests, students, and support departments. Excellent telephone manner projecting a courteous and helpful attitude.
• Ability to read and comprehend written instructions, manuals, and technical literature.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends, and holidays to be determined weekly.
• Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment when confronted with changing circumstances, problems, and emergencies typical of event/conference operations.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while successfully managing multiple priorities. Flexibility is essential.
• Professionalism expressed in actions and appearance. A uniform shirt is provided. Employee provides khaki pants or shorts and foot wear. Shoes must be an athletic style sneaker or a work/hiking style boot. 
Event Services
Michael Clark/410-617-2243/mrclark@loyola.edu Event Services Student Staff- Events Logistics and Production

I. Position Summary:
Provide logistical and production support services to four primary service operations: academic classes, events, conferences, and campus commercial relocation. The incumbent will prepare facilities for all scheduled academic classes, University events, i.e. set up tables, chairs, tarps, podiums, technical equipment, stage sections, etc. The position will also assist with campus and off-campus moving requests.

II. Essential Duties:

Logistical Functions:

1. Obtain and follow facility set-up diagrams and instructions from the management staff and direct additional labor (student staff, on-call staff, or third party contractors) when required.

2. Complete in a timely fashion all work orders assigned for moving University property; including office furniture, lab equipment, fine arts equipment, computers, boxed material, and other equipment as assigned. This position will work in conjunction with Environmental Health and Safety to ensure that hazardous waste removal policies are followed.

3. Schedule work in conjunction with daily class/event/conference schedules for room set-ups and related tasks.

4. Coordinate work as assigned (i.e. concurrent events, minimal “turnaround time” between classes, events or conferences, and office relocations scheduled within the context of the daily event/conference schedule).

5. Attend events to provide last minute housekeeping and setups when needed. Focus closely on the event details. Check cleanliness of classrooms, event spaces, atriums, and restrooms; also check room temperatures, catering responsibilities, and overall physical appearance of the event space and surrounding areas.

Production Functions:
1. Ensure compliance with fire/safety regulations; coordination of support services from other University departments and outside contractors; provision of multi-media support such as sound reinforcement, light plots, large screen video projection, IMAG, satellite down-linking; on-site leadership of activity during set up, event, and breakdown; and enforcement of University policies as appropriate.

III. Supervision Received: The position functions under the close supervision of Full Time and Part Time Events Staff and Administrators.

IV. Supervision Exercised: N/A.

V. Minimum Qualifications:
• Education: High School Degree or Equivalent.
• Education: Enrollment in good standing at Loyola University Maryland Undergraduate / Graduate Program(s).
• Licensees (if acceptable): A valid driver’s license with a good driving record during employment with the University is preferred.

VI. Physical Requirements:
• Work may involve the performance of heavier physical tasks such as walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, working in confined space, and lifting or carrying moderately heavy (20-50 pounds) items and occasionally lift and carry heavy (100 pounds or over) items.
• The work environment may involve exposure to various elements such as chemicals, dust, fumes, cold, heat, noise, vibrations, or dampness, where work exposes the employee to potentially non-disabling injuries.
• Duties may require that work be performed in adverse weather conditions. Work may require exposure to dangerous equipment and machinery. Work may require the use of protective clothing or gear such as earplugs, hard hats, mask, gloves, insulated clothing, boots, coats, etc

VII. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated expertise in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite.
• Excellent interpersonal skills – this position interfaces with all elements of the campus community. Tactful manner required when dealing with event sponsors, guests, students, and support departments.
• Ability to read and comprehend written instructions, manuals, and technical literature.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, and holidays to be determined weekly.
• Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment when confronted with changing circumstances, problems, and emergencies typical of event/conference operations.
Fine Arts (Drama)
Alison Peoples/410-617-5433/aspeoples@loyola.edu 
 

Production Assistants: Theater Production Assistants work directly with the Technical Director on theater department productions taking place in McManus and the Black Box. Duties vary depending on the needs of each production, but can include set construction, painting, hanging lights, house managing, and general organization of the backstage spaces. Prior theater experience is helpful but not necessary. The schedule is flexible, but generally includes afternoons every week with additional nights and weekends during productions. 

Graduate Business Programs Office- Timonium
Susan Hasler/410-617-1619/sahasler@loyola.edu 
Office assistant. Answering phones, receptionist, event preparation, preparing registration packets.
Greycomm TV Studio
H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu 
Video Editor- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu  Website Developer- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu  Training Manager- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu  Videographer- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

 
Greycomm TV Studio H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu  Copy Editor/ Captionist- Photographer- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu  Graphic Designer- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio
H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu Promotions Specialist- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

Greycomm TV Studio
H.Jay Dunmore/410-617-5119/hjdunmore@loyola.edu
Video Editor- For more information please follow the link below

https://greycomm.info/knowledge-base/how-do-i-apply-to-work-at-greycomm-studios/

 
Library Allison Atkins/ aatkins2@loyola.edu

Library Student Assistant- Access Services

Reporting to the Access Services Supervisors and the Access Services Librarian, this position will assist the members of the full-time staff with the following responsibilities.

• Handle circulation desk duties for books, media, and questions
• Use ALEPH software
• Shelve books, media, and periodicals
• Assist with shifting/weeding projects
• Troubleshoot printing technology issues
Required Skills

• Customer Service skills
• Communication skills
• Organizational skills
• Detailed Oriented
Circulation Desk Hours: Weekday, evening, and weekend hours
About the Library

The Loyola Notre Dame Library is one of two independent academic libraries in the United States. Situated between two adjoining campuses (Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University) in a residential area of northern Baltimore City, the Library serves a total population of 8,354 FTE including 6,396 FTE at Loyola University Maryland, recognized for excellence in teaching and learning, and 1,958 FTE at Notre Dame of Maryland University, a leader in education of women.

The Loyola Notre Dame Library is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age.

Application Procedures:
Please submit electronically a resume and/or an application for Library Student Assistant with the “Library Student Assistant” in the subject line to Allison Atkins, Access Services Operations

Library Allison Atkins/ aatkins2@loyola.edu 

Stacks Student Assistant- Access Services

Reporting to the Access Services Supervisors and the Access Services Librarian, this position will assist the members of the full-time staff with the following responsibilities:
• Shelving books, media, and periodicals
• Assisting with shifting/weeding projects
• Shelf-reading materials
• Assisting with overflow materials
Required skills
• Attention to detail
• Work accuracy
• Organizational skills
Help Desk Hours: Weekday, evening, and weekends

About the Library

The Loyola Notre Dame Library is one of two independent academic libraries in the United States. Situated between two adjoining campuses (Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University) in a residential area of northern Baltimore City, the Library serves a total population of 8,354 FTE including 6,396 FTE at Loyola University Maryland, recognized for excellence in teaching and learning, and 1,958 FTE at Notre Dame of Maryland University, a leader in education of women.

The Loyola Notre Dame Library is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age.

Application Procedures:
Please submit electronically a resume and/or an application for Stacks Student Assistant with the “Stacks Student Assistant” in the subject line to Allison Atkins, Access Services Operations Supervisor 

Marketing and Communications
Clarke Jones/410-617-5025/cjones8@loyola.edu 
Photographer

Marketing and Communications
Katlyn Sera/kgsera@loyola.edu 

Social Media Intern

Seeking a Social Media Intern to serve on the Strategic Marketing team in the Office of Marketing and Communications. The position is available as a federal work study position. The Social Media Intern will work with two main clients—ASPIRE: Loyola’s Extended Learning Community and Loyola’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship—to assist in content development and strategy, building their social media reach and engagement, and to collaborate to support paid media or other University campaigns. Ideal candidates have a Marketing or Communications major and experience or interest in digital media, content creation, and social media management and strategy.

Modern Languages and Literatures
Sarah Tyler/410-617-2105/sgtyler@loyola.edu
Lab Assistant complete a variety of tasks in the service of 10,000 annual visitors to the LLC related to language learning at Loyola University including translation, technology trouble shooting and set up, media reservations, scanning, catalog management, calendar management, event planning, marketing, and project management.
Modern Languages and Literatures
Sarah Tyler/410-617-2105/sgtyler@loyola.edu Lab Supervisors complete a variety of tasks in the service of 10,000 annual visitors to the LLC related to language learning at Loyola University including translation, technology trouble shooting and set up, media reservations, scanning, catalog management, calendar management, event planning, marketing, and project management. Based on particular skills, supervisors also may work directly with faculty partners, manage websites and social media, write grants, assist faculty with research, schedule other student workers, develop student programming, and so on.
Parking & Transportation Services
Raymond Infussi/410-617-5552/rvinfussi@loyola.edu 
Lot Attendant: Providing short term coverage at the Jenkins Parking Lot booth. The attendant greets customers, answers questions about the University, and processes payments for exiting vehicles through the POS register. Students must be courteous and able to effectively inform customers about the University as requested. Attendant is responsible for funds received during shift and accounting for same at end of shift. Training will be provided and ongoing support as needed.
Parking & Transportation Services Raymond Infussi/410-617-5552/rvinfussi@loyola.edu  Non- CDL Driver: Responsible for safely driving our students, faculty and staff around campus and other routes as required for the business of the University. Drivers will ensure a safe, welcoming and comfortable atmosphere by providing superior customer service. Drivers are to adhere to scheduled routes, provide additional help during rush hour service, and refueling and cleaning of the bus at the end of the shift. Complete all paperwork clearly, legibly and on time. Be a team member by being courteous to the other drivers and staff, clear and timely communication, reporting on time and keeping an eye out for safety issues
Post Office
Jay Ayd/410-617-1130/gtayd@loyola.edu 
Work in "Stamp It" next to the Bookstore. This is a customer service position that requires a positive customer service attitude. It involves receiving packages and letter mail form various carriers, paying close attention to detail, processing the letters and packages in the Trac computer system and organizing them in the appropriate place. Also, greeting customers and processing their letters and packages accurately out of the Trac system. Other tasks as assigned by the site manager including but not limited to; recycle sweeps of cardboard, keeping the area clean.
Recreation and Wellness
Bryan Haunert/410-617-5131/bthaunert@loyola.edu 
Responsible for the daily operations and supervision of the Department of Recreation and Wellness facilities and programs to include: opening and closing of work areas, policy enforcement, on-site risk management, customer service and providing a safe, clean, fun atmosphere for our members and users of the facilities and programs.
Student Development  Yolanda Veale/ yveale@loyola.edu/ 410-617-5171 The Office Assistant will provide general office support for all members of the Student Development team. The primary responsibilities will be answering phones and greeting visitors. Other duties include, but are not limited to, data entry, copying materials for distribution, and organizing materials for the monthly divisional meetings. 
  son Schmitt/410-617-2488/SLjobs@loyola.edu

Provide exceptional customer service to students, parents, and stakeholders by phone, email and in-person regarding any housing questions, concerns, and requests. Receive and respond to phone calls and voicemails in a timely manner. Greet and engage with students, parents, and stakeholders. Provide office support such as mailings, front desk coverage, filing. Maintain databases and prepare reports from the databases. Have extensive knowledge of university and Student Life housing policies. Work on special projects and secondary assignments as assigned by the Student Life Professional Staff. Perform additional tasks as assigned.
Student Life  Garrison Schmitt/410-617-2488/SLjobs@loyola.edu 

The Office Assistant (OA) is a member of the Office of Student Life team. The OA works in the central office, assisting in the administration and delivery of services for the residence hall communities. The OA is often the first contact to residents, parents, visitors, and persons outside the LUM community and therefore must demonstrate professionalism and customer service at all times, while also responding quickly and effectively to student needs and other situations.

Job Qualifications:
1. Be enrolled as a full-time Federal Work Study student at Loyola University Maryland
2. Must be in good academic standing, having a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5
3. Must be in good judicial standing
4. Competent in the operation of multi-line phone system, personal computers, printers, and copiers
5. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products including, but limited to, Word and Excel
6. Be available to work greater than 7 hours per week, up to 15 hours per week
7. Light lifting and considerable walking may be involved

Essential Job Functions:
1. Return to campus prior to the start of the fall semester for training and office coverage
2. Provide exceptional customer service to students, parents, and stakeholders by phone, email and in-person regarding any Student Life questions, concerns, and requests
3. Receive and respond to emails, phone calls, and voicemails in a timely manner
4. Greet and positively engage with students, parents, and stakeholders
5. Sensitivity and confidentiality with office documents, databases, student information, and other private resources
6. Provide office support such as mailings, front desk coverage, errands, and filing
7. Responsibly acquire shift coverage in the event of absence, communicating with supervisor with advance notice
8. Maintain databases and prepare reports from the databases
9. Have extensive knowledge of university housing and Student Life policies
10. Work on special and secondary projects as assigned by the Student Life Professional Staff
11. Perform additional tasks as assigned  

WLOY Loyola Radio
 
John Devecka/410-617-5349/jdevecka@loyola.edu Digital Media Content Developer
The Digital Media Content Developer is responsible for the development, maintenance and growth of WLOY’s various content sites and social media. This includes the WLOY website, social media, and the Channel 111 visual presentation. Strong writing skills preferred. Graphic design software skills are a plus. It will require weekly, if not daily, updates of the various locations in response to events and various departments. The various Board officers will be providing specific content to the DMCDs as well for regular updates of the sites.
WLOY Loyola Radio
John Devecka/410-617-5349/jdevecka@loyola.edu
Technology Manager
The Technology Manager will have responsibility for the support, development and growth of the computer-based infrastructure at WLOY and its external components. This will predominantly entail supervision of streaming systems, servers and web sites. A strong background in servers is critical, as is a general knowledge of both Mac OSX and Windows (ideally some server experience) is necessary. The station operates 12 Mac systems, 2 Windows PCs and 4 Mac OSX servers. This is a critical position and will require odd hours for emergency support.
WLOY Loyola Radio
John Devecka/410-617-5349/jdevecka@loyola.edu  Public Relations Director
The Public Relations Director is the face of WLOY in the community and on campus. The PR director will be responsible for constant communications with campus and community organizations and regional media. A weekly news release is expected by fax and/or email. The PR director is expected to pave the way for Business and Promotions to reach into new areas, whether the local Chamber of Commerce or a campus organization. The person must be prepared to make public presentations, maintain excellent contact records and be able to handle emergency PR situations as they arise. The PR Director co-manages a team of students including PR, Promotions, Digital Content, Graphics, etc...  
WLOY Loyola Radio
John Devecka/410-617-5349/jdevecka@loyola.edu  Music Librarian
The Music Librarian is part of a team responsible for maintaining WLOY’s archive of more than 16,000 pieces of recorded material, including database development and management. Music listening and rating will be required, as well as management of the station’s older catalog. The Librarian(s) report to the Music Director and may be required to shift focus as needed by the MD. A secondary project is the digitization of nearly 9,000 pieces of vinyl and their conversion to automation files. Consistent and reliable attention to detail is a must. A diverse knowledge of music is important, but an open mind and desire to learn more musical styles and bands is critical.