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ePNF System Link - updated Finance funding approvers effective 1/3/24: Shantell Fisher - Operating Accounts, Tootie Buission - Grant/Restricted Accounts

ePNF Department Code Information

Job Listings

Loyola University is a private non-profit employer with over 900 faculty and staff employees. Employment with the University represents very diverse and different professions in the workforce. Available positions are posted at the link below.

Career Opportunities

Processes for Hiring 

Updated April 17, 2023

The new requisition process using NeoGov's Online Hiring Center (OHC) is now available on the links below for New Position and Existing Position Requisitions. The old PDF forms for these requisitions will no longer be accepted. 

If you were unable to attend on of the live training sessions, below are links to the recorded trainings, NeoGov's training videos, and training manuals for OHC. Once you have reviewed the necessary training materials, please reach out to HR for your login credentials for OHC. If you have any questions pertaining to the following processes and/or forms, please call Human Resources at (504) 864-7757.

Training & Resources


New Position Process

  • Requisition for New Position Adobe PDF - Use this link to the NeoGov Online Hiring Center (OHC) through SSO

What to Do When an Employee is Exiting - Process

Reclassifying a Position Process

Student Hiring Process

Other Hiring Process Forms

New Employee Onboarding Process

When hiring a new employee, there are administrative processes for the timely completion of employment paperwork. Below is a link to a short overview of the onboarding process, along with information regarding the federal form I-9 processes and the list of required documentation provided by the Department of Homeland Security that we must utilize.

The university uses NeoGov's Online Onboarding for new employee's to complete their employment forms. This is a 2-step process, all forms and information will be completed and/or uploaded online, then the new employee will complete the I-9 identification verification process with Human Resources in order to finalize their onboarding and employee set up in university systems.

NeoGov Online Onboarding Process for Employees

NeoGov Online Onboarding for Managers of Employees

Checklist for New Hired Employees Adobe PDF | MS Word

I-9 Required documentation

If you are hiring an employee that will be working remotely, please notify Human Resources as soon as possible prior to their hire date and provide the new employee's contact information. Human Resources will work directly with the employee to complete their paperwork in a timely manner.

Mandatory New Employee Orientation (first week of employment)

Hiring Manager's Onboarding Checklist

Performance Management Forms

If you have any questions pertaining to the following forms, please call Human Resources at (504) 864-7757.

  • Counseling and Performance Improvement - Please consult with HR. | MS Word

Minors on Campus

Loyola University New Orleans is committed to promoting the safety and well-being of students and others who are entrusted to our care or visit our campus. The Minors on Campus, University Policy 2-23 details the requirements for all University faculty, staff, and students that work with minors visiting our campus including background checks, training, and reporting requirements. Please review the procedures below for detailed information.

Information and Procedures for Parents & Families

Information and Procedures for Program Directors

Information and Procedures for Participants/Employees/Volunteers

Other Resources

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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.