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Assistant Coach Men's Soccer Administrator, Athletics 3435
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I programs. Assists with the organization, planning and implementation of daily practices. Directs on-field coaching responsibilities. Assists with the development and improvement of player skills. Works with individual players before and after practice. Assists in the identification and recruiting of academically and athletically qualified student-athletes for admission to the University with adherence to admissions and athletic department policies and procedures. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Asst Director CAS Undergrad Career Development Ctr Administrator, Office of Career Services 3456
The Assistant Director College of Arts and Sciences Career Development Center provides strategic oversight of career development in the College of Arts and Sciences and the COMPASS program. This role will manage the career counseling needs of CAS students and collaborate with faculty and the Dean's Office to ensure career-related programmatic needs are met.
Financial Analyst Administrator, School of Business 3332
Under the general guidance of the Assistant Dean of Finance and Administration, the Financial Analyst works to provide data-driven analytics solutions and reporting for the School of Business.
Graduate Business Study Abroad Manager Administrator, School of Business 3334
The Graduate Business Study Abroad Manager for the Ahlers Center for International Business will design and manage the international enrichment activities for graduate business students. The Manager is responsible for working collaboratively with various stakeholders within the School and across campus to strategically implement for-credit international experiences including graduate semester exchange opportunities, faculty-led study abroad programs, international consulting and service projects. The Manager will work closely with faculty instructors as well as provide holistic advising to graduate business students on opportunities abroad. The Manager will be the main point of contact for graduate business semester exchange partners. This position must be able to travel internationally and be available 24/7 while abroad accompanying School of Business faculty and students.
Student Professional Development Manager Administrator, School of Business 3336
The Student Professional Development Manager is responsible for enhancing the co/extracurricular activities for our students in support of the School of Business’ unique, holistic student experience. The Manager works closely with the applicable Center(s) of Distinction within the School of Business as well as faculty department chairs to provide career preparedness and network building opportunities that support students’ professional growth within a particular industry. The position collaborates with other School of Business employees, across academic program suites and with other support units at USD to improve student retention and support overall retention goals. The Manager also oversees student organizations and clubs as well as provides on-site support for student events related to their applicable program suite. The Manager is required to work some evenings and weekends to accommodate the schedules of various student classes and co/extracurricular activities.
Director of Brand Marketing and Creative Administrator, School of Business 3289
The Director of Brand Marketing and Creative has the primary responsibility for establishing, integrating and managing the brand of the USD School of Business, enhancing the reputation, promotion and visibility of the School to national and international audiences, and leading a team of marketing and communications professionals in achieving the school’s goals and objectives.
Assistant Director of Outreach and Recruitment Administrator, School of Business 3297
The Assistant Director of Outreach and Recruitment is responsible for ensuring the unique, differentiated product attributes and benefits of each School of Business academic program are clearly articulated and sold to targeted student segments.
Graduate Business Career Development Manager Administrator, School of Business 3375
The Graduate Business Career Development Manager serves the Student Success Center by providing career planning and coaching assistance to students in the graduate business programs. This includes advising students on a one-to-one basis, conducting personalized outreach and follow-up, developing and implementing placement strategies for students, and the creation and facilitation of career development workshops, all to further the national and international career goals of the students.
Assistant Coach Men's Basketball Administrator, Athletics 2625
The Assistant Coach for Men's Basketball assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I program. This position also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Instructional Designer Administrator, Information Technology Services 3228
This is a full-time, benefits based temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of May 31, 2022. The Instructional Designer (ID) is responsible for curriculum design, development, implementation and maintenance of online and hybrid courses for the University of San Diego. The ID will collaborate with faculty and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and other key stakeholders (internal and external) to create high quality, academically rigorous, and engaging online courses across multi-discipline. ID’s will utilize expertise in Universal Design for Learning, adult learning theory, and online pedagogy to develop curriculum for courses and program level alignment and with adherence to USD’s standards of quality.
Director of Development, School of Leadership and Education Sciences Administrator, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, University Advancement 3108
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Leadership and Education Sciences and the university as a whole.
Director of Development, School of Business Administrator, School of Business, University Advancement 3107
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Business and the university as a whole.
Sous Chef de Cuisine/Production Manager Administrator, Dining Services 3133
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of the Sous Chef de Cuisine in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The Sous Chef De Cuisine oversees all culinary operations for the centralized kitchen. Assist in the responsibility for the organization, coordination and supervision of the preparation of food production, maintenance of quality standards and/or portion control and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards. Assist in training, coordinating and evaluating the work of the production staff.
Systems Librarian Administrator, Copley Library, Information Technology Services 3161
The Systems Librarian will work with Copley Library, LRC, and ITS on innovative solutions that impact the library experience of Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni and others within the USD community. With a dual reporting relationship to both ITS and the Dean of the University Library, the Systems Librarian provides technical expertise, day-to-day administration, and broad support for the configuration, updates, and functionality of the libraries’ digital and technology initiatives.
Manager, Pavilion Dining Administrator, Student Affairs 2955
The role of the Pavilion Manager in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The manager is responsible for the coordination and execution of the functional operation of a Dining Services Unit that is open 7 days a week. They will be responsible for envisioning, executing and sustaining a dining department with high quality experiential and programmatic standards for the campus and its guests. The manager will ensure the financial health of the operation by monitoring inventory, financial data and staffing levels. They are responsible for the training, coordination, and evaluations of full time and part time staff. This position is responsible for providing excellent quality products in a safe and aesthetically pleasing dining environment. Assures quality customer service and guest satisfaction and assists in the development of departmental goals. In partnership with the Unit’s Chef, supports daily operations including, employee scheduling, inventory management, menu execution, promotional marketing opportunities, staff safety, and equipment and facility maintenance.
Employee Engagement Coordinator Administrator, Human Resources 3125
As part of the Employee Engagement Team, this position provides direct support to faculty, staff, and administrators to ensure the university has the right talent, leadership and culture in place for the university to accomplish its mission.
Marketing Manager Administrator, Continuing Education 3043
Under direction of the Marketing Director, the Marketing Manager/Senior Marketing Manager (MM/SMM) is assigned to work on educational programs in the Division of Professional and Continuing Education to: manage marketing strategies and campaigns that yield a quantifiable and significant return on marketing investments across the spectrum of channels; positively impact the fiscal performance of the programs and the quality of Professional and Continuing Education relationships with internal and external constituents who are collaborative partners; and is responsible for creating brand promise and attributes that are unique and important to the target audience for each degree program presented to the marketplace, developing compelling messaging campaigns, and stewarding the campaign process with all stake holders. Increase inquiries and enrollments by prospective students while decreasing cost per inquiry. In addition, the MM/SMM leads and implements brand strategy development, research, copywriting, interpersonal collaboration, project management, analysis, and staff/vendor management; Generates effective unique positioning for assigned existing programs and those targeted for launch; and conceives, plans, coordinates, and implements a comprehensive and multi-channeled marketing and communications program with the goal of increasing student enrollments and revenue in a self-supporting environment and positively shaping Professional and Continuing Education’s identity, profile and visibility within the community.
Vice President for Student Affairs Administrator, Student Affairs 3062
The Vice President for Student Affairs facilitates opportunities for greater student engagement and better post-graduation outcomes and contributes significantly to each student’s development. Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President will provide general guidance and direction exercised over the administrative, programmatic, and auxiliary areas within the division.
Clinical Support Services Coordinator Administrator, Student Affairs 2950
The Clinical Support Services Coordinator works in collaboration with the disability management, counseling and support services provided to students registered with the Disability and Learning Difference Resource Center (DLDRC).
Associate Vice President, Finance Administrator, Finance 2981
The Associate Vice President for Finance serves as a key member of the Finance Office’s leadership team, and is an active participant in helping the university meet its financial and strategic objectives. As a trusted advisor and collaborative colleague, the Associate Vice President supports the university’s fundamental commitment to the highest standards of ethics, integrity and conduct.

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