Experience with security and students of the same age
Desk Assistant (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – February 15, 2016
I mostly worked at night, a typical work day for me consisted of supervising the dorm buildings and making sure everyone was checked in or out properly, as well as communicating with campus police of any suspicious activity amongst students.
Ability to work from home and teach online courses
Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – December 16, 2015
I have thoroughly enjoyed working as adjunct faculty for Loyola University New Orleans. I has given me the ability to work at home and be a mentor to the graduate students taking the courses I teach. I truly feel honored to be a part of nursing education and be able to give lived experiences to the nurses obtaining their MSN. Encouraging them to expand their knowledge and continue to do so for all their nursing careers. I teach courses that are 7 weeks duration and up to 25 students per section. I have taught two sections at a time. This is a lot of computer time but I love doing it.
Resource Coordinator (Current Employee) – Maywood, IL – October 15, 2015
great working environment, Working for a newly implemented department allows you the opportunity to assist with protocols that will be used throughout the medical center. Loyola is an amazing place to work, learn and grow both personally and professionally
Director of Sports Performance (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 4, 2015
I was able to grow in my career and was supported throughout my time there. I spent seven years growing the strength and conditioning program and in my final time there I was able to grow the sports medicine department and take it to another level.
I worked with Phonathon and at the FAC and both experiences were well-balanced and manageable. Phonathon was interesting since I got to speak with alumni and hear about their time at Loyola. The FAC was a nice environment and I was able to get quite a bit of work done during my shift.
Loyola University is a pretty good place to work, however, the advancement within the Public Safety Department can only take place if some one leaves or transfer to another department. They have great benefits for a private University. A typical day for a Shift Commander would generally consist of administrative duties then over looking the personnel as they are executing their duties. The most enjoyable part of the job is making sure the officers have what they need to complete their tasks. Getting them training and the proper tools.
Physical Education Coordinator/Supervisor (Former Employee) – New Oleans, LA – March 24, 2015
A typical day at work would involve coordinating the intramural events for the day, cleaning the work area for a safe environment for participants in our sports. I would also sale memberships to incoming customers with interest in our facility.