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Work at Loyola

Join a private non-profit Catholic institution employing more than 1,200 faculty, staff, and administrators striving to fulfill the Ignatian vision of education and each individual’s potential.

Loyola is enriched by the expertise and perspective of individuals from many different religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Each employee makes valuable contributions to preparing the next generation of scholars, professionals, and entrepreneurs—and we encourage one another to realize Loyola’s vision for the future and to live out our mission.

We're transitioning to a new application system!

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  • For positions posted before July 1, applicants should continue to use the to check the status of their applications or to apply for positions previously opened until August 15. 
  • After July 1, all new applications must be submitted through our new system using the External Applicants link below.
It's important to note that during the transition, job postings may appear on both the old and new systems, so it's recommended to check both regularly to ensure no opportunities are overlooked.

Contact Us

The Human Resources office can be reached by email and phone at humanresources@loyola.edu and 410-617-2354.

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Career Meets Community at Loyola

Community is at the core of who we are and why we do what we do. The talents, skills, expertise, and experience of our faculty, staff, and administrators make Loyola an exceptional place to learn, live, and grow personally and professionally.

We invite applicants to explore and pursue opportunities to serve and enhance our community.

Modern benefits in an evolving world of work

Loyola could not prepare its students to thrive and succeed in a diverse and changing world without first empowering its employees to do the same. As every person's health, financial, and family situations change over time, Loyola's goal is to be there through those ebbs and flows with comprehensive benefits including partnership with a major insurance network, an annual wellness program, generous paid leave, and mental health and crisis resources.

9% University retirement contribution

After one year of service, Loyola will contribute 9% of your base pay to a 403(b) Retirement Plan. All you have to do is contribute 2% yourself! Employees are welcome to start their own personal contributions on their first day of hire.

Learn more about Retirement benefits
100% tuition remission for full-time employees, spouses, and children

Employees are eligible for the tuition remission benefit after one year of service at Loyola (spouses after two years and dependent children after the employee's third year). Part-time employees are eligible for remission on a prorated basis. Employees enrolled as students have flexible scheduling options. Loyola also participates in a tuition exchange program for other colleges.

Hybrid and remote work options

Loyola offers various hybrid and remote positions as well as options to request a remote work arrangement.

20 Paid Holidays & Summer Hours plus vacation

Enjoy up to 20 paid holidays annually, 10-20 paid vacation days, and a shortened work week during summer months.

Learn more about Paid Leave benefits
Mission & Community Service

Paid leave for staff and administrators to participate in sponsored community service experiences and mission related retreats and programs.

Paid Parental Leave

Up to six weeks parental leave is available for eligible faculty, staff, and administrators for newly born, adopted or newly assigned foster child.

Child Care Voucher Program

Receive University reimbursements for child care beginning the month following your date of hire.

Learn more about the Child Care Voucher program
Flexible benefit allowance

Loyola provides Flex Credits to assist benefit-eligible faculty, staff, and administrators with the purchase of their benefits. Flex Credits will be automatically applied to an employee’s paycheck regardless of benefit enrollment.

Learn More about Flex Credits
Perks, discounts, free software, professional development programs, and more...

Employees enjoy discounted membership to Loyola's Fitness & Aquatic Center (and other local gyms), free software licenses to Microsoft Office and Adobe Suites, free membership to LinkedIn Learning, and career development support such as a campus-wide leadership program and an undergraduate support program for employees seeking to complete a bachelor's degree.

Loyola strives to care for the whole person—mind, body, and spirit

Our mission, vision, and Jesuit tradition are what attract the inspiring individuals who work at Loyola—and why so many stick around for decades. No matter your role, there is a permeating sense of commitment and dedication to the students and the surrounding community: to help shape and support the next generation of leaders who hope to change the world for the better. Because of this, the Loyola community is a strong one in which employees find a sense of belonging, build lifelong connections, work with a diverse population, and discover a love for continuous learning and a passion for service. One of many ways some employees choose to take this passion further is by becoming a Messina Mentor for undergraduate students.

Loyola is dedicated to fostering a welcoming and inclusive culture for our entire community. Employees are encouraged to get involved through activities and programming that foster diversity, like the annual diversity reading groups, and collaborative initiatives that foster inclusion and equity, like OUTLoyola. Additional faculty development initiatives include faculty affinity groups, pronoun guidance, and equity and inclusion faculty fellows. Loyola has also implemented a chosen name policy and offers various training programs such as Safe Zone training, Racial Equity Foundational Workshops, and Unconscious Bias and Microaggressions training through the office of human resources. Learn more through Loyola's LGBTQ+ Employee FAQ and DEIJ shared principles site.