Loyola University Chicago’s Office of Community Service and Action, through Campus Ministry, engages students in community service and justice education programs. The Community Service Coordinator will develop and facilitate projects that enhance student service experiences and the transformation possible through service and justice activities. Deepened reflection, faith exploration, leadership and civic engagement through developmental programming are essential to the projects undertaken by the Coordinator. The Coordinator also will assist with general activities that increase the breadth and depth of student community service projects and justice education.
The Community Service Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will be managing and growing Loyola4Chicago and the St. Thomas of Canterbury Soup Kitchen partnership; facilitating the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice delegation, Ignatian Family Advocacy Month, and additional justice education programs; and overseeing the annual Saturday of Service project for incoming first year students.
Additionally, the Coordinator will support recruitment, marketing, leadership development, reporting, and other general office needs. For a full position description, visit Loyola’s careers site, listed below.
This position reports to the Director of Community Service and Action.
This position requires a flexible work schedule that includes some evening work and some weekends.
Candidates with a master degree in Pastoral Ministry, Social Work, Education, or related field preferred.
Other preferred qualifications include experience with collegiate community engagement, ability to cultivate reflective learning experiences, knowledge of young adult faith development, ability to articulate Loyola’s Jesuit, Catholic mission, and proven ability to work with students, staff and faculty from diverse faith and cultural backgrounds.
To learn more about the Office for Community Service and Action, visit: www.luc.edu/serve/
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Loyola University Chicago is a Catholic, Jesuit institution founded in 1870.