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Job opening: Economic Policy Specialist, Jesuit Social Research Institute, Loyola University New Orleans

Economic Policy Specialist, Jesuit Social Research Institute, Loyola University New Orleans

The Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI), College of Social Sciences, Loyola
University New Orleans invites applications for the position of Economic Policy
Specialist holding non tenure track faculty rank as professional staff of the Institute.
Qualifications include: advanced degree in economics, public policy, or related field in a
social justice-oriented discipline relating to our mission foci (Catholic social thought,
migration, poverty, racism) and appropriate for JSRI’s core activities (primarily research
and education); a record of experience and collaborative participation in social justice
oriented research and education; interest in and ability to work in a team approach; ability
to work collaboratively on issues of race and poverty; preferably a member of the Roman
Catholic community with a strong background in contemporary Roman Catholic social
thought and action; preferably with experience in, or the study of, the Gulf South.
Application letter, résumé, three reference letters, one writing example, and an official
transcript of highest degree should be addressed to: Executive Director, Jesuit Social
Research Institute, Loyola University New Orleans, Campus Box 94, 6363 St. Charles
Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118, email jsri@loyno.edu.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Position available immediately.
Loyola University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Women and
ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply. Please visit our website at www.loyno.edu/jsri.


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