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Faculty Employment Opportunities

Loyola offers an excellent benefits package including generous tuition benefits for full-time faculty members and their dependents. Please complete our EEO Inquiry Form when applying for the following positions and e-mail to eeo@loyno.edu.

 

Digital Filmmaking Production Faculty - School of Communication and Design

We are searching for an enthusiastic and energetic filmmaker with a broad foundation in filmmaking and advanced skills in practical production. This faculty member will maintain a high contact presence with students, support an experiential learning environment, and guide students on how to become accomplished filmmakers. Instructor load will be four courses (12 credit-hours) each semester within the Digital Filmmaking curriculum. Required courses include multiple sections of Introduction to Digital Filmmaking in the Fall and Spring semesters. This course introduces students to screenwriting, story, camera, sound, double system production and editing in a hands-on style. Additional courses each semester could include Audio for Film and TV, Documentary Filmmaking, Cinematography, Entrepreneurial Production, Senior Film Project, Script to Screen, or other production-based courses depending on the needs of the department and applicant’s areas of expertise.

Duties:

  • Teach various courses from the Digital Filmmaking curriculum as outlined above.
  • Work with other faculty members to jointly manage the DFM Equipment Room, Studio, and Post Facilities.
  • Maintain campus presence via regularly scheduled on-campus office hours.
  • Advise students to ensure successful completion of their degree requirements.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled college, school and departmental meetings, activities, and events, and demonstrate a collaborative and collegial demeanor.
  • Learn and employ standard Loyola methods of communication and data management including Loyola email, Canvas, Celtx, LORA, and others.
  • Conduct visits to student shoots/sets for supervision and consultation as needed.
  • Participate in outreach efforts aimed at expanding enrollment and success of Loyola’s filmmaking program.
  • Guide students in their readiness to become active professionals through mentoring, advising, and encouraging their efforts to enter competitions and festivals and seek internships within the professional filmmaking community.
  • Other similar duties as needed and defined by the Chair.

Qualifications: MFA or terminal degree in Film Production coupled with professional single camera double system filmmaking
experience. (union camera crew member, director of photography, assistant director preferred)

  • A demonstrated proficiency in practical production and postproduction.
  • Experience teaching film production courses at the college level.
  • Experience working with and teaching a diverse group of students.
  • Experience supervising students performing technical tasks related to film production.
  • Proficiency working with computer software and hardware including Avid Media Composer, Avid Pro Tools, DSLR, and cinema grade digital cameras, audio recorders and microphones.
  • Experience and familiarity with the handling of digital content including camera and audio files, media
  • organization, and logging.
  • Membership in professional guilds or organizations associated with the film industry
  • Commitment to impressing upon students the role and preeminence of Story as the driver of technical decision making.

A successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of and experience in traditional filmmaking techniques and business models. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a command of both the technical aspects of filmmaking and the aesthetics of cinematography and storytelling, and a working knowledge of either camera department or assistant director roles and responsibilities. The successful candidate should also demonstrate a desire and passion for teaching and facilitating the success of students from a diverse set of cultures and life experiences.

The School of Communication & Design, which offers eight undergraduate majors with more than 400 students, is the largest and most diverse Schools on the campus of Loyola University of New Orleans. The School’s most recent accolades include: Winning a 2021 Pacemaker Award for excellence in journalism; student placement and employment at FaceBook®; faculty research, design and development of Arizona Senator’s campaign website; sponsored research with students for Entergy®; as well as numerous awards from the American Advertising Federation, Society of Professional Journalists, Associated Press, and New Orleans Press Club to name a few.

Loyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit Catholic University that educates diverse leaders dedicated to justice, compassion, service, and academic excellence. Consistent with our mission, we welcome candidates who demonstrate strong commitments to fostering inclusion and equity in a culturally diverse environment. Loyola University New Orleans is located in beautiful uptown New Orleans on Historic St. Charles Avenue across from Audubon Park.

The initial application review will begin January 17, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Complete applications will include a letter of application; a current vitae; and names, mailing addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Electronic applications (single/combined PDF attachments) will only be accepted. Please indicate, “Digital Filmmaking position” in email subject line.

For more information contact:
Robert Racine
Assistant Professor and Chair
Department of Digital Filmmaking
School of Communication & Design
rmracine@loyno.edu

 

Executive Director - Jesuit Social Research Institute

The Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans seeks a new Executive Director (Director). The Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI) was founded in 2007 to transform the Gulf South through action research, analysis, education, and advocacy on the core issues of poverty, race, and migration through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching. As part of an organizational restructuring, JSRI will be accomplishing this mission by focusing on issues related to the criminal legal system, primarily in Louisiana. JSRI is a collaboration of Loyola University New Orleans and the United States Central and Southern (UCS) Province of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits).

The Executive Director (Director) of JSRI holds a full-time appointment with extraordinary faculty status and reports directly to Loyola University’s Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to financial management and fundraising, the Director is responsible for the overall management of JSRI’s primary activities, which will include: i) convening and participating in faculty workgroups on criminal legal system issues such as immigrant detention, prison and jail conditions, reentry, etc.; ii) supporting a new prison education program directed by a faculty member; iii) developing and supporting other projects on criminal legal system reform, such as our project currently underway in the Orleans Parish DA’s office; and iv) public education and advocacy related to criminal legal system reform.

The ideal candidate should have expertise in issues related to the criminal legal system, a terminal degree in one’s field, and a demonstrable record of excellence in leadership, education outreach, fundraising, and advocacy for marginalized populations. A full job description and required qualifications can be found here.

Loyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit university and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage applications from persons of color. Salary and benefits are competitive. Applicants should send electronic copies of (i) a letter of interest in the position, (ii) a current curriculum vitae, (iii) three letters of recommendation (sent directly by the referees) to Fr. Chris Kellerman, SJ, Chair, JSRI Search Committee and Interim Executive Director (cjkeller@loyno.edu). Review of applications will begin December 15, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Fr. Kellerman at cjkeller@loyno.edu or 504-864-7750 for more information about the reorganization process at JSRI and to visit to see our past work.

 

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Neuroscience Program

The interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program at Loyola University New Orleans seeks a broadly trained neuroscientist for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship beginning in August 2022. The position is to be housed either in the Biology or Psychology department, depending on the hire’s area of expertise. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in neuroscience or closely related field. Particularly desirable are individuals with a background in neurophysiology, cellular and molecular neuroscience, or neuropsychology. The tenure-track position has a 3-3 course load, and candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to rigorous, innovative, and inclusive teaching at the undergraduate level. Courses to be taught may include an introductory neuroscience course, research methods, as well as other introductory and higher-level courses depending on the appointee’s expertise and needs of their home department. In addition to teaching responsibilities, colleagues are expected to advise undergraduate students, participate in department, college, and university committees, and maintain an active research program that engages undergraduate students.

Interested candidates should electronically submit the following materials in PDF form to resumes@loyno.edu:
•    Cover letter
•    Curriculum vitae
•    Undergraduate and graduate transcripts
•    Evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as a summary of teaching evaluations)
•    Summary of current and proposed research programs
•    A brief statement of your teaching philosophy
•    Three letters of reference (individually emailed by recommenders)

Loyola University New Orleans seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool and especially encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please direct any questions to: Kate Yurgil (kyurgil@loyno.edu), Faculty Search Committee Chair and Director of the Neuroscience Program.
 

Assistant Professor - Philosophy

he Department of Philosophy at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a full time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Philosophy (AOS: Open, AOC: Preference for some combination of Philosophy of Law, Social/Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Race, all areas of 
Non-Western Philosophy, and Feminism) beginning in fall 2022. 
Loyola University is a highly selective, Jesuit, Catholic institution dedicated to the liberal arts and sciences, whose primary mission is undergraduate education. The position has a 3/3 teaching load, and the ability to teach a broad range of material is an advantage. The candidate is expected to excel in teaching, research, and service. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in philosophy, with degree in hand by August 2022. Priority will be given to applications received by December 3, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants should send complete dossier (including cover letter, CV, transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, teaching statement, and writing sample) to Joseph Berendzen at jberendz@loyno.edu, with “JOB SEARCH” as the subject heading.

How to apply 
• Application type: Online 
• Email to apply: jberendz@loyno.edu
• Deadline for full consideration: December 3, 2021, 12:00am EST
• Hard deadline: None

Loyola University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. The successful candidate will be committed to the academic success of all students and to an environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion. To this end, the successful candidate will work constructively, respectfully, and collaboratively in an inclusive setting. Those candidates who come from first-generation backgrounds, underrepresented 
minority groups, women, those who are neurodiverse, Veterans, or those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Adjunct Faculty - Department of Biological Sciences

The Department of Biological Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans seeks two part-time instructor positions for spring 2022.  The two positions are for Microbiology Labs meeting Wednesday 1:30-4:20 and Thursday at 4:55-7:45. A single candidate may fill both positions.  Both will require prep time before and after.

The Microbiology Lab courses are taught using a common syllabus for the various sections of the course – one for pre-nursing students, BIOLA294 and one for Biology and pre-health majors, BIOLA301.  The instructor will need to prepare the lab before and after the lab meetings.

An M.S. is required but a Ph.D. is preferable.  Candidates will need to supply a memo of application, a cv, names and contacts of two references, and demonstrate teaching experience in college-level natural science courses.  Please send applications to Don Hauber, Ph.D. hauber@loyno.edu.  Review of applicants will be begin immediately and continue until positions are filled

 

Tenure Track Assistant Professor - Department of Sociology

The Department of Sociology at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position to begin August 2022. A Ph.D. in Sociology is required by the time of hire. In addition to offering a BA in Sociology, the Department of Sociology contributes courses to a number of interdisciplinary minors, including Environmental Studies, Women’s Studies, African and African-American Studies, Latin American Studies, and Legal Studies. The department is also home to Loyola’s Social Justice Scholars program.

Research specialties are open. In addition to teaching responsibilities, colleagues are expected to advise undergraduate students, participate in department, college, and university committees, and maintain active involvement in scholarly activities, including publication and securing outside funding. Candidates must be committed to excellence in undergraduate liberal arts education in both traditional and online forums. The department has a strong commitment to teaching students to think critically about social justice principles and their realization in the community. The ideal candidate may also have the opportunity to serve as the Director of the Social Justice Scholars program with a commensurate teaching load reduction.

Loyola University, situated in uptown New Orleans, is a Jesuit university known for its academic excellence, its commitment to social justice and community service as well as its commitment to Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employment. Loyola University New Orleans welcomes applications from women and minority candidates. Salary and benefits are competitive. Applicants must submit a letter describing their teaching and research interests with a brief statement of their personal education philosophy, a current Curriculum Vitae, three letters of recommendation (to be sent directly by the referees). Applications should be submitted electronically to Marcus Kondkar (kondkar@loyno.edu), Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Sociology, Box 30, Loyola University New Orleans, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118. Review of applications will begin December 1, and continue until the position is filled. For more information about our university and department, please visit http://www.loyno.edu/ and http://www.loyno.edu/sociology. 

 

Tenure Track - Cell and Molecular Biology Assistant Professor - Biological Sciences

The Department of Biological Sciences at Loyola University New Orleans, a primarily undergraduate institution, seeks highly qualified applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the area of cell and molecular biology to begin in August 2022. Particularly desirable are individuals addressing biomedically-relevant questions using bioinformatic tools. The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline, significant post-doctoral research experience, and a strong commitment to rigorous, innovative, and inclusive teaching at the undergraduate level. Candidates are expected to develop an externally funded research program involving undergraduates. Courses to be taught include introductory biology for majors (BioInquiry, Cells & Heredity) and non-majors (Investigating Nature) and additional elective major and non-major courses according to the interests and expertise of the appointee and the needs of the department. Learn more about the biology program, our recently renovated teaching and research spaces, and Loyola University New Orleans at www.loyno.edu/biology. 
Review of applications will begin immediately and applications must be received by November 15, 2021 to be assured of full consideration. Please email application letter, curriculum vitae, summary of current and proposed research, statement on teaching philosophy, and names of three references as separate PDF files to the department chair, Dr. Frank Jordan, at jordan@loyno.edu. The Department of Biological Sciences seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool and especially encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply.  Loyola University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 

 

Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice - Criminology and Justice

The Department of Criminology and Justice at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position to begin August 2022. A Ph.D. in Sociology, Criminology, Criminal Justice, or closely related discipline from an accredited institution is required by the time of hire. The tenure-track position will maintain a 3-3 course load, and will teach online and in-person courses for both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Research specialties are open, but special consideration will be given to candidates with expertise in cyber crime, substance abuse and crime, juvenile justice, international/comparative criminology, teaching statistics, and/or forensic science. In addition to in-person and online course development and teaching, the tenure track position requires advising students, active scholarship (including regular publishing and seeking external funding), and committee service.

Qualified candidates should submit electronically the following: a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, three letters of reference, and samples of published writing to:

Dr. Christian Bolden, Faculty Search Committee Chair 
Department of Criminology & Justice 
cbolden@loyno.edu; 504-865-3124

Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the positions are
filled. Loyola University New Orleans is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer, and encourages applications by women and minorities.

 

Tenure Track or Tenured - Director of Health Law - College of Law

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is now seeking candidates with expertise in the Health Law area to begin August 1, 2022.  We welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent is required.  If you are interested in applying, please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to resumes@loyno.edu.  All ranks will be considered.  

About the Health Law Position

The College of Law offers a certificate in Health Law for J.D. students and has recently launched a Masters and LL.M. in Health Law and Administration.  The successful candidate will lead the Health Law Program, teach a mix of required and health law courses, and engage in research, writing, and publication. An experienced staff administrative director will work with the health law professor in continuing to develop a robust educational program for our students.

 The Loyola Health Law Program is taught by a vibrant mix of full-time faculty and practicing health lawyers. New Orleans is a diverse city with a thriving health care sector. Loyola is fortunate to have significant connections to many local institutions and government leaders to facilitate research and immediate impact in the community. The College of Law is noted for its long-standing commitment to social justice and its innovative use of experiential learning.

We particularly welcome candidates whose research and teaching interests include health equity.  Practice experience, an interest in interdisciplinary scholarship, and program development experience are plus factors. 

About the College of Law

The College of Law is located in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, museums and historical sites, and a flourishing arts and music community.  New Orleans is the seat of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other lower courts.   The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts, and summer programs in Europe and Central America.  Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international law scholarship.

Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human dignity and worth of every person.  The University strongly encourages applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law.

 

 

Tenure Track or Tenured - Business/Tax and Constitutional Law (Two Positions) - College of Law

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is now accepting applications for two tenure-track or tenured positions to begin August 1, 2022.  We are seeking candidates with expertise in the following substantive areas: (1) Business/Tax and (2) Constitutional Law.  We welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent is required.  If you are interested in applying, please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to resumes@loyno.edu.  All ranks will be considered.  

About the College of Law

The College of Law is located in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, museums and historical sites, and a flourishing arts and music community.  New Orleans is the seat of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other lower courts.   The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts, and summer programs in Europe and Central America.  Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international law scholarship.

Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human dignity and worth of every person.  The University strongly encourages applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law.

 

Tenure-Track Chemistry Faculty - Chemistry & Biochemistry

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Loyola University New Orleans seeks to fill a tenure-track faculty position in the area of Analytical or Physical/Analytical Chemistry at the assistant professor level starting in August 2022. We are an ACS-approved department that values undergraduate research in addition to excellent teaching. A Ph.D. degree in chemistry is required. Post-doctoral or teaching experience is strongly preferred. Candidates will teach both upper level lecture and laboratory courses in Analytical and/or Physical Chemistry as well as in the General Chemistry sequence. Applicants with research interests in forensic or environmental chemistry or in areas that overlap with existing research strengths in the department are highly desirable. 

Interested applicants should submit one pdf file containing a cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, brief description of research plan and needs, and contact information for three references to Dr. Allyn Schoeffler to resumes@loyno.edu by September 22, 2021. Letters of recommendation from references will be requested by the Search Committee for selected candidates only after initial screening of files. Application review will begin immediately and continue until suitable candidates are identified. Loyola is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

Part-Time Adjunct Faculty - Pre-Licensure BSN Program

Loyola University School of Nursing seeks Part-Time Adjunct Faculty in the Pre-Licensure BSN Program for Spring of 2022. The position(s) includes the opportunity for skills lab instruction, clinical instruction and teaching on campus classes.

Qualified applicants will have an MSN, an active unrestricted Louisiana RN license, and a minimum of 2 years nursing experience.  Previous teaching experience is preferred but not required. 

Please submit your CV and two letters of reference to Laura Robbins-Frank MSN, RNC, APN,  Program Director at lmrobbin@loyno.edu

 

Assistant Professor - History

The Department of History at Loyola University New Orleans is seeking applications for a tenure-track assistant professor of African American History. Applicants must be able to teach a variety of courses on African American history including surveys of both African American and United States history, and courses relevant to the applicants area of expertise. All applicants must have the Ph. D. in hand by August 2022.

Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation (Interfolio preferred) to Dr. Justin Nystrom, Chair, Search Committee, Loyola University New Orleans at jnystrom@loyno.edu by January 14, 2022.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members.

 

African History Visiting Assistant Professor - History

The Department of History at Loyola University New Orleans is seeking applications for a fulltime visiting assistant professor of African History. Applicants must be able to teach a variety of courses on Africa and courses relevant to the applicants area of expertise. Applicants must be at least ABD.

Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letter s of recommendation  to Dr. Mark Fernandez, Chair, Department of History, Loyola University New Orleans at mffernan@loyno.edu. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members. 

 

Endowed Chair & Faculty Director of the Center for Ethics and Economic Justice

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS invites applications for an Endowed Chair of Ethics and Faculty Director of the Center for Ethics and Economic Justice. Founded in 1904 as Loyola College by the Society of Jesus, but with roots going back to 1847, Loyola is one of 27 Jesuit Catholic universities and colleges in the United States. Loyola has an enrollment of approximately 4,300 students, including 3,000 undergraduates, and the university offers 71 undergraduate programs and 14 graduate and professional degree programs. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1, Loyola has a remarkably diverse undergraduate and graduate student population, and offers meaningful faculty interaction in a picturesque campus in Uptown New Orleans. Loyola has a deep commitment to opportunity and access, with approximately 89% of undergraduate students receiving financial aid and 28% first generation students.

The Joseph A. Butt, S.J., College of Business currently enrolls approximately 400 undergraduate students in degree programs leading to majors in accounting, analytics, economics, finance, management, marketing, and international business. Approximately 125 students are enrolled in graduate programs. The College of Business fulfills its mission to provide all Loyola business students with a foundation in knowledge through teaching and scholarship. The College educates students to lead meaningful lives with and for others; to appreciate and contribute to global cultures; to think critically and make decisions for the common good; and to have a commitment to the Jesuit tradition of a life of justice, service, and intellectual engagement. The College requires all undergraduate students to complete internships and provides career preparation through its Portfolio program. Undergraduate programs have been continuously accredited by AACSB since 1950, and graduate programs since 1974. The small size and collegial nature of the College afford a pleasant and productive working environment.

The Center for Ethics and Economic Justice fulfills its mission through the establishment of a home for, and a new network of, business leaders, academic leaders, religious leaders, and community and political leaders in general, to focus on the search for renewed ethical norms to guide the evolving economic and financial relationships of the post-modern era. A special effort will be made to bring a variety of religious traditions to bear on the traditional functions and roles of the financial corporation. Because of its Catholic identity, its Jesuit academic tradition, its ecumenical approach, and its present leadership, the Loyola Center for Ethics and Economic Justice is uniquely poised to play this role. The Center will significantly improve the standing of the business school and the university, both locally and nationally, not only as a locus for academic excellence and as the inspiration for ethical leadership, but as the home for spiritual and cultural revitalization.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

In role of Endowed Chair of Ethics, Reporting to the Dean of the College of Business

 Commitment to teaching excellence, care of students and an annual teaching load to be established in consultation with the Dean of the College of Business.
 Commitment to maintaining a national reputation in academia through research productivity that contributes to the scholarly body of knowledge in a field of business and a publication record to warrant tenure at the rank of full professor in the College of Business.
 Commitment to contributing service to the department, the college and the university.

In role of Faculty Director of the Center for Ethics and Economic Justice, Reporting to the Dean of the College of Business

 Elevate the visibility of the Ethics Chair, by developing the goals and design for Center of Ethics and Economic Justice that fosters an engaged community of learners through the creation of a distinctive Ethics related undergraduate experience that integrates academic and student life in an ethos of Roman Catholicism.
 In serving as the Ethics Chair, provide leadership for public lectures, symposia, and other related programs to enhance the intellectual life of the University.
 Work in close collaboration with the faculty and students involved in the College of Business, Dean of the College of Business, Alumni and Corporate partners to support the work of the Center for Ethics and Economic Justice.
 Teach at least one course per semester as assigned by the Area Coordinator in consultation with the Associate Dean and the Dean of the College of Business.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 An understanding of the goals and values of a Jesuit education;
 An earned doctorate or terminal degree;
 Extensive record of scholarly excellence;
 Evidence of effective teaching experience;
 A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

COMPENSATION Commensurable to experience.

APPLICATIONS Loyola University New Orleans does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran's status, or national origin in its educational programs or activities, including employment and admissions. At the same time, Loyola cherishes its right to seek and retain personnel who will make a positive contribution to its religious character, goals, and mission in order to enhance the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.

 

Entry Level Faculty Position - College of Law

Loyola University New Orleans is now accepting applications for two entry-level tenure track faculty to begin August 1, 2021. We are seeking candidates with expertise in the areas of corporate law, tax law, and Louisiana Civil Law. We especially welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent is required.

If you are interested in applying, please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to resumes@loyno.edu. Inquiries may be sent to the Chair of the Appointments Committee, Professor Bobby Harges at harges@loyno.edu. 

About the College of Law

The College of Law is located in a largely residential area of New Orleans, one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, numerous museums and historical sites, and a flourishing arts community. New Orleans is also the seat of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other lower courts. The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts, and summer programs in Europe and Central America. Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international law scholarship.

Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human dignity and worth of every person. Loyola University New Orleans strives to create and maintain a working and learning environment in which individuals are treated with dignity, decency, and respect. The University acknowledges and values individual differences, including, but not limited to, the dimensions of race; color; sex; national origin; age; religion; gender identity; transgender status; sexual orientation; ethnicity; disability status; and marital status and citizenship status. We recognize that diversity enriches our social interactions and intellectual lives, and we strongly encourage applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law.

 

JRSI Executive Director

The Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans seeks a new Executive Director (Director). The Jesuit Social Research Institute’s mission is to transform the Gulf South through action research, analysis, education, and advocacy on the core issues of poverty, race, and migration. The Institute is a collaboration of Loyola University New Orleans and the Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), rooted in Catholic Social Teaching. The Director holds a full-time appointment with senior research fellow status and reports directly to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The Director is responsible for supporting and promoting participation of fellows, faculty, students, and administrators in the mission of JSRI in consultation with the JSRI Advisory Board, and provides periodic reports to the Jesuit Provincial and the President of Loyola. The Director is responsible for the overall management of Institute’s primary activities as well as financial management and fundraising to support those activities The Director works with other university and province personnel to promote JSRI’s mission and represents JSRI in its external relationships with the Central and Southern Province’s ministries and Jesuit communities, national social justice organizations, state Catholic conferences, diocesan offices, other institutes within the Jesuit network, and other centers/institutes with similar missions. The ideal candidate should have an advanced degree in his or her field, and a demonstrable record of excellence in leadership, education outreach, fundraising, strategic planning, and advocacy for the marginalized. A full job description and required qualifications can be found here.

Loyola University, situated in uptown New Orleans, is a Jesuit university known for its academic excellence, its commitment to social justice and community service as well as its commitment to Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employment. Loyola University New Orleans welcomes applications from women and minority candidates. Salary and benefits are competitive. Applicants should send electronic copies of (i) a letter of interest in the position, (ii) a current curriculum vitae, (iii) three letters of recommendation (sent directly by the referees) to Marcus Kondkar, Chair, JSRI Search Committee (kondkar@loyno.edu). Review of applications will begin January 11, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. More information about the Jesuit Social Research Institute can be found at www.loyno.edu/jsri.

 

In accordance with the Campus Security Act as amended, Loyola University publishes annually and distributes to members of the academic community, and upon request to prospective (students/employees), an annual security report.  That report includes current policies and procedures of the University Police Department for the reporting of campus crimes, notifying the campus community of occurrence of campus crimes, policies regarding access to campus buildings, the enforcement authority of the University Police Officers and their relationship to local police.  University policies on the possession, use and sale of alcohol and illegal drugs are outlined. The Campus sexual Assault Program and policy is described.  Campus crime statistics as defined under this law for the last three calendar years are included.  A copy of this report may be secured from the (Office of Admissions), (Office of Human Resources), or from the University Police Department. 

Loyola University New Orleans does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran's status or national origin in its educational programs or activities, including employment and admissions. At the same time, Loyola cherishes its right to seek and retain personnel who will make a positive contribution to its religious character, goals, and mission in order to enhance the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.