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
Academic Affairs
Joanna Alexander/410-617-5184/jalexander@loyola.edu 

Academic Affairs Student Assistants provide support to the all members of the office of Academic Affairs. Academic Affairs Student Assistant are expected to answer phones and greet visitors with a smile and an offer of refreshments. Student Assistants will also receive additional assignments which may include data entry; typing labels and envelopes; copying materials for distribution; preparing workshop packages; and doing research on the internet.

In addition to office coverage, students will assist with the coordination of academic events across campus. This includes, but is not limited to, Diversity Reading Groups, Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation, Hanway Lecture in Global Studies, and many more.

Job Requirements:
basic office experience
Data management
Strong Customer Service Skills
Problem-solving skills
Attention to detail

Evening and weekend availability preferred but not required.
Academic Events
Joanna Alexander/410-617-5184/jalexander@loyola.edu Student(s) will assist with the coordination of academic events across campus. Job requires basic office duties and data management. Student(s) will be required to assist with evening and weekend events. Strong customer service skills, problem-solving skills, and attention to detail a must.
Accounting
L. Katherine Hall/410-617-2818/lkhall@loyola.edu
Office Assistant
ALANA Services
Joseleen Gomez/410-617-5160/jgomez@loyola.edu

Assist with the basic functions of the office (faxing, copying, etc.)
Serve as the point of contact to visitors
Assist the office with programmatic tasks via preparing mailings, creating publicity, etc.
Provide appropriate response or redirection to emails received via the ALANA account
Help with the maintenance of the ALANA web site
Compile data from ALANA assessment tools
Other duties as assigned

The ideal applicant will understand the mission, goals, programs & services of ALANA Services. The student will also possess computer literacy and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point or other publication software. The student assistant must be a responsible individual who arrives on time, completes tasks by deadline, with little supervision and is accustomed to handling confidential information. The student assistant should provide excellent customer services on the job.

This position is available in the fall and spring semester of school year. Maximum 15 hours total available per week for one student assistant.
Alumni Engagement
Monica Salters/410-617-2115/mmsalters@loyola.edu

The student employee will assist the Office of Alumni Engagement with: data management, data entry and research, event preparation, promotion, set up, execution and post event details, alumni correspondence and recognition, other duties as assigned
Annual Giving
Elizabeth Rigsbee/410-617-5289/efrigsbee@lyola.edu
 
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.
Athletic Communications
Ryan Eigenbrode/410-617-2337/rceigenbrode@loyola.edu 
 
Student(s) will assist Athletic Communications staff at Loyola athletics events with keeping and distribution of statistics, clock and scoreboard, and other game day needs and requests. Student(s) will perform various office tasks including, but not limited to: copying, filing, data entry, research of athletics’ historical archives, website updates and writing. Student(s) will serve as department photographers at home basketball, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and volleyball events
Athletics Marketing   Melissa Hassen/410-617-5963/mahassen@loyola.edu  Athletic Marketing Assistant: Loyola University Maryland is seeking individuals who are creative, self-motivated and socially outgoing to assist in the development, coordination and implementation of marketing and promotional efforts for all Loyola University Maryland intercollegiate athletic programs. Candidates should be team oriented and must be willing to work events scheduled on nights and weekends including home sporting events. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential and knowledge of sports and an interest in the sports marketing industry are a plus. Candidate must be able to effectively interact with fans, students, staff, and coaches when necessary.

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.

• Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing
• Outgoing personality
• Positive attitude and eagerness to complete the tasks necessary to reach our collective goals
• Computer and desktop publishing experience preferred (Word, Excel, Photoshop)
• Strong desire to work with intercollegiate athletics
 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.  
Athletics – Ridley Athletic Complex Allison Novak/410-617-1485/anovak1@loyola.edu

Job Requirements:
o Students with Federal work study eligibility only
o Student should be available to work a set schedule at a total of 8-15 hours per week.
o Reliable transportation to Ridley Athletic Complex at 2221 W. Coldspring Lane required

Job Qualifications:
o Knowledge of basic office techniques
o Exhibit professionalism
o Knowledge of basic customer service techniques
o Effective written and verbal communication skills
o Organization skills
o Interest in Athletics is preferred

Job Description:
Student is responsible for assisting the athletic scheduling assistant and other athletic staff with various tasks. Student will assist with daily administrative operations that include, but are not limited to:
o Greeting guests
o Organizing
o Scanning/Copying Documents
o Answering Phones

Note: This position is not on main campus. It will be located at Loyola University Maryland’s Ridley Athletic Complex located on 2221 W. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21209.

Athletics Equipment Room
Michael Blanar/410-617-2037/msblanar@lyola.edu

 
Equipment room help on main campus and at Ridley Athletic Complex. Help with athletic team laundry, prepare game jerseys for home games and road contests. Help with inventory of athletic gear, practice set ups, and deliveries of athletic supplies.
Biology Scott Deamond/410-617-5486/sfdeamond@loyola.edu  Lab Technician- This is an advanced technical position. Lab Technician will provide instruction , training and supervision of other work studies. They will perform advanced techniques as necessary for lab preparation. Lab Technician will operate and monitor lab equipment and alert staff to irregularities and malfunctions. Lab Technicians will assist faculty with research projects as requested. Requirements- Two years of lab experience. Should be proficient in general lab techniques and operation of laboratory equipment. Should be familiar with laboratory safety concepts. Requires the ability to work independently. This position requires a good deal of responsibility and autonomy. Biology majors
Biology Scott Deamond/410-617-5486/sfdeamond@loyola.edu 

Animal Care Technician- Provide care for animals used in both research and classroom exercises according to USDA regulations. Duties include; cage changes, health monitoring, recording data and assisting faculty with research protocols. Requirement- Must be comfortable handling diverse species including rodents, insects and amphibians. Experience working with animals helpful. Biology majors preferred.

Biology Scott Deamond/410-617-5486/sfdeamond@loyola.edu 
Lab Assistant II- Will be responsible for lab preparation of upper level biology courses. This work will include cell and bacterial culture, as well as quality control. Lab Assistant II will assist in the training of new employees. They will serve as primary support for departmental staff. Requirements- At least one year of lab experience. Should be proficient in general lab techniques and operation of laboratory equipment. Requires the ability to work independently. Biology majors preferred.
Biology
Scott Deamond/410-617-5486/sfdeamond@loyola.edu Greenhouse Assistant- Watering, planting and pruning of plants. Monitoring of the Departmental greenhouse and associated equipment. Assisting botanists with laboratory work. Requirements- Some knowledge of plants and associated techniques. Some physical work and lifting required. Biology majors preferred.
Biology
Scott Deamond/410-617-5486/sfdeamond@loyola.edu Lab Assistant I- Duties range from lab to office work. Duties may vary on a daily basis. Primary responsibilities will be assisting the staff with lab preparations and general lab maintenance. Requirements- Biology interest, majors preferred. No experience necessary
Biology
Theresa Cancila/410-617-2642/tecancila@loyola.edu Office Assistant
Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Mauricio Vargas/410-617-5235/mvargas@loyola.edu


Prepare & implement social media posts. Update website content & graphics. Assist with newsletter content. Input data entry & meeting notes for faculty. Assist students with Center projects & questions. Support Steering Committee projects. Support projects in makerspaces. Assist with data collection & database management. Assist with logistics for Center meetings & events.
Chemistry
Heather Schmidt/410-617-2584/hrschmidt1@loyola.edu 

Chemistry Lab Assistant
Student employees are expected to learn most of the aspects of the tasks which must be accomplished in order for the department to have a functioning laboratory program and to perform these tasks under the limited supervision of a member of the Chemistry Department. Students are expected to learn new tasks each semester such as the preparation of reagents, setting up reagents and materials, putting away materials, cleaning equipment, preparation of chemical waste for appropriate disposal, or taking inventory of chemicals and equipment. Due to the nature of the position, it is important that students be carefully trained to work safely.
Requirements: Willingness to learn, organization skills, and tidy habits are a MUST. Some lab experience is preferred but not necessary.
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.
Communication

Shelby Ehret/410-617-2528/slehret@loyola.edu 

 
Student Office Assistant
The Dean’s Office for the Loyola College of Arts and Sciences   Jennifer Sullivan/ 410-617-5572/jlsullivan4@loyola.edu  The Dean’s Office for the Loyola College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a student office assistant for the academic year. We are seeking a Loyola student for 8-10 hours per week. Student employees perform a range of tasks, from scanning books to assisting with special events. So even though some of the work days can be slow, student employees should be ready to tackle tasks as they are assigned and remain busy on the slower days. Basic office tasks include data entry, copying, scanning, preparing materials for and assisting with special events, greeting office visitors, answering phones and other duties as assigned. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher). 
Additional assignments may include collaboration on creative projects such as development of social media content, digital signage, fliers and promotional materials for events and programs. The ideal candidate for this position should possess excellent written and oral communication skills, organization skills, attention to detail and a positive attitude.
Disability Support Services
 Kathleen Bruns/410-617-2750/khbruns@loyola.edu 

Student office assistant/proctor - This position encompasses both working in the DSS main office and testing center. Student workers greet visitors and answer questions they may have related to the DSS office and services. Direct visitors to the appropriate staff member as needed. Complete general office tasks including; preparing exam envelopes for students testing w/ DSS, deliver exam once complete, copy and scan documents/books as needed. Proctor testing in our test center which includes; checking in each tester, monitor students on video cameras during testing, collect all documents at conclusion of exam. 
Engineering 
Margaret Daley/410-617-2464/Mdaley@loyola.edu
Lab Assistant
Engineering  Margaret Daley/410-617-2464/Mdaley@loyola.edu Research Assistant
Environmental Health & Safety
Dana DiGennaro/410-617-1121/dmdigennaro@loyola.edu

Fire Safety Inspections
First Aid Kit Inspections and Resupply
AED Inspections, Maintenance and Data Download
Filing and General Office Support
Training Recordkeeping
Participation and Support of EHS Events
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.
Finance
L. Katherine Hall/410-617-2818/lkhall@loyola.edu
Office Assistant
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. 

Fine Arts (Photo/Visual)
Mary Beth Akre/410-617-5427/makre@loyola.edu 

Studio arts Assistant: Studio assistants clean and maintain studios, help faculty with office projects, move materials from one studio to another, and general all around assistance with projects that come up in our classes.

Fine Arts (Photo/Visual) Jon Malis/410-617-2566/jdmalis@loyola.edu  Digital Lab Assistant: The role of the lab assistant is to staff the digital photo labs during open printing hours, primarily to ensure the responsible use of photographic equipment by our students. Additional responsibilities include replenishing consumables (ink/paper), general maintenance and cleaning of the lab & facilities, assisting students in Photoshop/image editing (as appropriate), and other tasks as requested or required by the program.
Global Studies
Dr. Mary Kate Schneider/410-617-6771 /mschneider5@loyola.edu

Student worker will be responsible for supporting the Global Studies director, program, and faculty. Responsibilities include photocopying, scanning, research and data compilation, updating program website, advertising program events, and other light administrative work. New hire will be asked to complete SiteCore training.
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/

 
Information Systems, Law, and Operations
L. Katherine Hall/410-617-2818/lkhall@loyola.edu
Office Assistant
Loyola Clinical Centers
Precila Rodrigues /410-617-1211/prodrigues@loyola.edu Student workers provide Front Office support to an operating clinic which provides speech-language and hearing and behavioral health services to individuals and families. The Loyola Clinical Centers is located in Belvedere Square at the intersection of York Road and Belvedere Ave., approximately 2.5 miles away from main campus.
Marketing and Communication Carley Bynion/410-617-2836/cebynion@loyola.edu Digital Marketing Intern
The Digital Marketing Intern will be responsible for assisting the Digital Marketing Specialist with day to day tasks such as reporting, gathering research, and implementing social media and marketing plans. as well as helping with long term projects and goals. Applicants must be interested in, studying, or have a background in the marketing, digital marketing, or similar industry; have knowledge of social media and other platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and Google; be able to work with basic Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; have a consistent weekly schedule to be determined at a later date; be able to work in a fast-paced environment; and work well both independently and as a team. 
Marketing and Communications
Clarke Jones/410-617-5025/cjones8@loyola.edu 
Photographer

Marketing and Communications
Clarke Jones/410-617-5025/cjones8@loyola.edu  Social Media Intern
Messina
Emily Kappauf/410-617-1188/emkappauf@loyola.edu 
Creative Assistant- The Creative Assistant work study positions play a crucial role in the marketing and communication of Messina programming and events. The positions are designed to provide students with practical work experience within the communication and graphic design fields and regular professional development opportunities. Students will Develop and enhance the office’s marketing and media plan by contributing innovative ideas and opportunities to connect more effectively with the first-year student community and prospective students and their families. Generate, revise, and further enhance publicity materials through print and digital/social media. Capture and document the first year Messina experience through interviews, narratives, faculty/administrator profiles, event reflections, images, videos, and social media posts to tell the story of Messina at Loyola for internal and external audiences.
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.
Office of Donor Relations and Advancement Events
Shannon Pote /410-617-2973/shpote@loyola.edu
The Office of Advancement Events and Donor Relations has consistent interaction with the university’s president, vice presidents, and major donors. For this reason, it is critical that the students working in this office maintain a superior level of professionalism, maturity, and commitment to customer service. The duties require attention to detail and the ability to work well under deadlines. On the flip side, our work is a great deal of fun and we enjoy a strong comradery among coworkers that is shared with our student assistants. Students will provide overall clerical support integral to the functioning of the Office of Advancement Events and Donor Relations. On the Advancement Event side, students will have the opportunity to experience the full cycle of special event management from conceptualization to post-event follow-up. Specific responsibilities will include preparing mailings, taking RSVPs, building databases, preparing nametags and other print collateral, staffing events, and guest communication. On the Donor Relations side, students will participate in both the universities gift acknowledgment and endowed fund reporting process. Specific responsibilities will include preparing mailings, managing inventory, filing, compiling reports, working with spreadsheets and databases, and communication with donors and other students. Recommended skills include familiarity with office equipment (printers, copiers, scanners), intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), an outgoing personality, and attention to detail. Special projects from various staff members will also be assigned on an individual basis.
Office of International Programs

Tremaynne Parham/410-617-2910/tparham@loyola.edu
The ideal candidate will: Be warm and professional: greet and assist incoming guests to our office process phone calls (incoming and outgoing) Create, update, post and distribute signs/ handouts/ flyers for various office functions Assist OIP in organizing, setting up, and breaking down our various sessions Email, as needed, various correspondence to our partners abroad, students, and student groups Assist Office staff in processing administrative tasks Process incoming study abroad applications; create corresponding folders and labels for individual programs Assist in scheduling appointments for program directors Gathering materials for and assembly of, various information packets for OIP’s orientations, workshops and packets Update electronic spreadsheets; make needed copies of various documentation Process documents / materials for office mailings Assist in gathering, updating, and disseminating statistical data for our office and various departments on campus Update and maintain display cases in Maryland Hall Monitor various event RSVP’s Assist in collecting and organizing supplies (and supply room) for our international students Assist OIP with various logistical/administrative aspects of Office-sponsored activities Skills/experience required: Retail and office experience is a plus Customer Service experience is a plus Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite Demonstrated ability to keep track of and complete multiple assignments As a member of the Office of International Programs and a student at Loyola University Maryland, you will be expected to conduct yourself in a manner befitting the status.
Office of International Student Services

Sunanda K. Bhatia/410-617-5245/skbhatia@loyola.edu
The OISS work-study position will provide front desk coverage and clerical office support for the Office of International Student Services. OISS work-study will greet and assist students and visitors to the office (phone calls, walk-ins, scheduling appointments), update handouts and presentations, perform general office tasks, create flyers, assist with reports and research, assist in maintaining confidential immigration files and applications, collect and organize supplies in storage supply room.Requirements: Strong verbal and written communication skills; Warm and friendly demeanor; Punctual and reliable; Exemplary attention to detail; Positive and respectful attitude; Strong computer skills with experience using Excel, Word, PowerPoint; Good organization and research skills; Ability to maintain confidentiality is a requirement.
Office of International Student Services
Sunanda K. Bhatia/410-617-5245/skbhatia@loyola.edu Greet and assist international students (walk-ins, appointments, and phone calls) and visitors. Update/create brochures, handouts, flyers, etc. Assist office staff with processing a variety of administrative functions/office duties, such as filing, photocopying, shredding, and phone calls. Schedule interviews / appointments / meetings for Director. Statistics - Assist Director with statistic gathering and updating information to send to various departments. Compile folders, handouts and brochures for students and visitors. Edit/create necessary PowerPoint presentations. Keep track of incoming immigration (confidential) paperwork on various spreadsheets; makes all necessary copies of applications and visas. Assist with International Student Orientation at the beginning of each semester; copy student passports, visas, and other confidential immigration paperwork; create immigration folders for each student. Collect and track incoming application materials and create folders for each student/program/exchange. Gather and assemble materials for student acceptance packet and international workshops and meetings. Send reminder e-mails to students for meetings with Director. Assist with planning and logistical aspects of Office-sponsored activities / events, cultural programs, trips, and receptions – keep track of guest list / RSVP’s. Collect and organize supplies at OISS storage supply room.
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Jill Hanson/410-617-2188/jshanson@loyola.edu 

Job Description: The work study student will provide clerical support to the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs staff. The task will vary day by day and semester to semester. Some tasks may include: Using major databases to search for funding sources for faculty and administrators’ research, Entering data into internal Microsoft Access database, Assisting with the maintenance of the office’s website, Completing other administrative tasks as required like filing, making copies, and scanning. The student must work with the Assistant Directors to work out a schedule that is mutually agreeable during normal office hours. Requirements- Below is a description of the skills and/or experience needed to perform the job effectively: Proficiency in Microsoft programs, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint (Access is helpful), Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to Loyola Reporting guidelines for student employees, Perform duties with discretion and maturity, Good writing skills, Ability to work independently on assigned projects, Ability to work professionally with faculty, administrators, and students, Willingness to attend training and learn new programs (i.e. Sitecore)
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
Philosophy
Lisa M. Flaherty/410-617-2010/LFlaherty@loyola.edu Serve as departmental office assistants  to twenty-two full time, tenured, non-tenured and affiliate faculty.  Help with classroom preparation, photocopying, digital scanning, media promotion (posters, flyers). Help plan departmental events (Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society Induction Ceremony, guest lecturers).  Assist with the day to day running of the office - library pick up and deliveries - phone coverage, trouble-shooting with computer 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.
Pre-Health Programs
Jennifer Sullivan/410-617-5572/jlsullivan4@loyola.edu


Pre-Health office's work study supports the director of pre-health programs with administrative work, such as data entry, maintenance of pre-health website as well as creation and distribution of promotional materials (events, open houses, pre-health programs. This is a very busy work study position that calls for an active, creative, and efficient individual. Preference is given to a student interested in health careers. Please submit motivation statement/introduction and resume to apply by priority deadline of August 19.
Printing & Mail
 Delores Gillespie/410-617-1148/printingservices@loyola.edu 
Bindery Clerk : folding, staple, stuffing envelopes, boxing jobs, putting away supplies, creating posters, editing jobs on computers, three hole punching , coil binding and helping out around the department.
Psychology Department
Phyllis Grupp/410-617-2306/pgrupp@loyola.edu 
The Psychology Department consists of over "57" professors, to include Faculty, Affiliate and part time professors. This Fall (2019) the department will, again, be adding 2-3 MORE professors. Also, the Department consists of Undergrad and Graduate students to include Masters and Psy.D programs. Needless to say, the work-study will need to be able to deal with all kinds of personalities, as well as being multi-tasked. Everyday is different…we have classes all day and evening and because of the different programs and the diversity of the professors and staff, and what their needs are, the work-study needs to be a flexible and have a willing spirit. They need to be able to use the photo copier, sit at the receptionist desk (with a pleasant attitude), make runs all over campus, the library, records, etc., look up research articles for professors, at the library, do campus tours, help set up for various program events, post office errands, central duplicating errands, lift paper boxes, do the daily mail, type, shred papers and have strong “confidential” ethics and a willing spirit to do the work that needs to be done on a daily basis.
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.
School of Education-Dean’s Office
 JoAnn Smoot/410-617-2998/jsmoot@loyola.edu

Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word; have some experience working in an office environment and answering phones, typing, filing, using document management systems for electronic and paper documents; able to manage and distribute/file all incoming mail, perform tasks that assist daily functions, and perform general reception duties. Assist all faculty members (including clinical and affiliates) with routine tasks included, but not limited to copying; and scanning; PowerPoint presentations, proof-reading, duplicating, and collating; and assist in obtaining copyright permissions for course and research related material

Security Advisory & Compliance Chris Tjondro/410-617-5775/ctjondro@loyola.edu  Security Analyst Intern – Assist in the day to day operation and support of the Security Advisory and Compliance department. Review, analyze, and prioritize alerts for escalation. Research current threats and intelligence. Responsible for assisting current technical staff in support of all operational and project needs. Training will be provided and students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Those with professional or personal interests in the cybersecurity field is highly preferred.
Sellinger School Dean's Office
 Kirsten Lichtner/410-617-2301/klichtner@loyola.edu 

The position requires: Answering phones, Proficiency in Microsoft Suite products, Ability to do internet research, Work with various Sellinger accreditation databases, Confidentiality is a must! Other duties as assigned by the deans and assistants.

For one or more positions available this year, we are especially interested in Marketing or Communications majors.

Speech Language Hearing Sciences
Lisa Schoenbrodt/410-617-2506/LSchoenbrodt@loyola.edu

This position requires that students assist the department administration in completing projects and activities for faculty in the department of Speech-Language-Hearing sciences.
Sports Medicine- Intercollegiate Athletics

John Hoffman/410-617-5372/jahoffman@loyola.edu 
The Sports Medicine work study positions involve customer service for student-athletes, scheduling appointments, game and practice set up, light cleaning, computer work, driving, and their daily duties.
Student Athlete Support Services Andrea Hoffman/410-617-5960/amhoffman1@loyola.edu  Student office assistant; duties include but are not limited to: greeting visitors and guests to our space and directing them to the appropriate office, filing, making copies, delivering mail, data entry, assisting in the creation of progress reports, etc.
Student Development

Yolanda Veale/410-617-5171/yveale@loyola.edu 

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.
Student Health and Education Services
Linda Januszkiewicz/410-617-5055/ljanus@loyola.edu

Student Health Services is seeking a student interested in health promotion and disease prevention. The student will assist our staff in creating and disseminating materials related to health promotion and health education, as well as help with office clerical work.

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Collaborate with clinical staff to develop communication and marketing materials around specific health issues; e.g., advertising our flu clinics and how to prevent the flu; health awareness months
• General office duties as assigned; e.g., copying materials, preparing materials for events or incentives; campus errands

Requirements:
• Enthusiasm, conscientiousness, and dependability
• Interest in health education and health promotion

Student Health Services necessarily handles confidential information. Work study students are not allowed to answer phones or have access to confidential material; client confidentiality must be protected at all times.

Student Life
Garrison Schmitt/410-617-2488/gschmitt1@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/gschmitt1@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  

The Study Molly Fredette/410-617-2623/mfredette@loyola.edu The Front Desk Assistant (DA): The Study is a busy and dynamic learning center located on the 3rd floor of Jenkins Hall. The DA’s primary responsibilities include: Swiping student ID cards when entering and exiting the space and indicating their reason from coming to the Study, Assisting the Graduate Assistant with checking students in for tutoring appointments, Answering the phone, greeting visitors to the space and answering questions about the Study and the services offered, Office tasks such as filing and photocopying, Other duties as assigned
The Study
Molly Fredette/410-617-2623/mfredette@loyola.edu The Office Assistant (OA): The Study is a busy and dynamic learning center located on the 3rd floor of Jenkins Hall. The OA’s primary responsibilities include: Complete payroll verification for the Peer Tutoring Program, Update Tutoring hours databases, tracking data such as tutors' hours, number of tutoring appointments per subject, etc., Office tasks such as filing and photocopying, Other duties as assigned 
Teacher Education
Michele Herget/410-617-5310/mherget@loyola.edu 
Job duties include answering phone calls and directing calls to appropriate party, creating spreadsheets, maintaining files and records, sort and distribute incoming mail, maintaining office equipment, office maintenance, perform data entry, copying and scanning, and any other duties as assigned. May require lifting moderately heavy items (25-50 pounds). Must be proficient with Word and Excel.
Theology
 
Dr. Claire Mathews McGinnis/cmathews@loyola.edu Assisting the Theology department with a variety of office duties such as filing, photocopying, shredding, data entry, scanning, preparing and assembling materials for special events, greeting office visitors, answering phones, picking up and returning materials from the Loyola Notre Dame Library, picking up and delivering packages to the campus Post Office, and posting approved flyers on campus. The ideal candidate for this position should possess excellent written and oral communication skills, organization skills, attention to detail, punctuality, and a positive attitude. Interest and experience in graphic design, particularly in Adobe, a definite plus.
WLOY Loyola Radio
 
John Devecka/410-617-5349/jdevecka@loyola.edu
Women’s Center
 
Melissa Lees/410-617-67690mklees@loyola.edu  Office Assistants
Writing Center
 
Lisa Zimmerelli and Craig Medvecky/lwc@loyola.edu

Office Assistant- Responsible for answering writing center phone and writing center generic email account, scheduling appointments, interfacing with online scheduling software, data entry, and other duties as assigned.
Writing Department
 
Jackie Burgee/410-617-2228/jeburgee@loyola.edu 
Work study students will need to support the Writing Department. Students will be required to: Take and distribute messages, Copy and scan documents and books, Filing, Prepare packets for events and workshops, Assist with office mailings, Get events posters approved, distribute and hang them around campus, Run errands for the office (go to post office, library, and other offices/buildings on campus), Supportive and flexible, Dependable, detail-oriented and capable of following directions, Adaptable to various personalities