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Manager, Law School Marketing & Communications Administrator, School of Law 4329
The Manager works directly for the Associate Director, Law School Marketing and Communications to coordinate and execute compelling marketing and communications materials, including associated content, for the law school’s external and internal audiences.
Scientific Software Specialist Administrator, Information Technology Services 4406
The incumbent provides a full range of services essential to USD faculty and students, in support of their specialized scientific software products.
Help Desk Manager Administrator, Information Technology Services 4407
The Help Desk Manager is responsible for managing all day to day operations at the ITS help desk, including supervision of full-time staff and part-time student employees, from a customer-centric perspective.
Research Associate, Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education Administrator, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4377
The Research Associate position’s primary purpose is to conduct research or evaluation studies, as assigned, on behalf of the Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education (JI).
Assistant Director of Outreach and Recruitment Administrator, School of Business 4376
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.
Student Professional Development Manager Administrator, School of Business 4412
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.
Auxiliary Accounting Manager Administrator, Student Affairs 4088
The Auxiliary Accounting Manager reports to the Business Director for Auxiliary Services. The Auxiliary Accounting Manager responsibilities includes fiscal management and oversight of the accounting functions for Auxiliaries (Dining Services, Hospitality Services, The Torero Store, Card office, Mail Center, University Copy and Student Affairs Residential Facilities and other units as needed). The Auxiliary Accounting Manager is responsible for cash management and cash controls, daily, monthly and annual accounting journal entries, reconciliations, third party billing, assist the Business Director with the annual budget process and supervision of Auxiliary Accounts Payable, Auxiliary Accounts Receivable and student staff.
Pastry Chef Administrator, Dining Services 4385
The Pastry Chef is responsible for the organization, coordination, and supervision of the preparation of bakery products, fancy pastries, cakes, and desserts and maintains quality and/or portion control of bakery products and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards.
Associate Vice President, University Marketing and Communications Administrator, University Advancement 4409
The Associate Vice President (AVP) for University Marketing and Communications (UM&C) is the senior communications official and chief spokesperson for the university, intimately familiar with the strengths and diversity of Catholic faith and culture as it relates to a high-performing Catholic university.
Associate Director of Graduate Programs Administrator, School of Law 4320
The Associate Director of Graduate and International Programs will serve as a key academic administrator and advocate for all graduate and international students.
Director, Small Business Development Center Administrator, School of Business 4402
This position is responsible for developing, operating, and overseeing the activities of the Brink Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Techno Functional Analyst Administrator, Information Technology Services 4360
The Techno Functional System Analyst III will work with project teams within Enterprise Applications on innovative solutions that impact the experience of Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni and others within the USD community.
Accessibility Coordinator Administrator, Student Affairs 4381
Oversees the ADA required academic accommodation services related to note-taking and assistive technology provided to students registered with the Disability and Learning Difference Resource Center (DLDRC).
Assistant Director, Law School (JD) Admissions Administrator, School of Law 4370
The Assistant Director of Admissions position works as part of a 6-member team. The Assistant Director is responsible for managing and executing Juris Doctor (JD) student recruitment and pre-admission retention programs with the oversight of the Director, Law School (JD) Admissions & Diversity Initiatives. The Assistant Director coordinates ongoing enrollment advisement to prospective students and applicants at the law school. In addition, assists Director with enrollment advisement to admitted JD students from the application process through matriculation. The ability to provide timely and accurate communication to prospective students and admitted applicants is an essential component of this position. The Assistant Director works in a collaborative relationship with current law school students, faculty, administrative offices, alumni and university offices, and actively works towards enhancing the quality and diversity of each year’s entering first year JD and JD transfer class. The Assistant Director participates in the admissions decision-making process and coordinates the planning of all admitted applicant events. Frequent attendance at on and off campus events during and outside normal business hours such as weekends and evenings is expected. Seasonal travel is required.
Assistant Director, Student Affairs Technology and Integrated Communications Administrator, Student Affairs 4303
The Assistant Director, Student Affairs Technology and Communications will execute a proactive, strategically sound communications strategy for Student Affairs. This role strengthens the visibility and reputation of the Division of Student Affairs and the University of San Diego by creating and carrying out a dynamic communication plan informed by the division’s core messaging, university brand guidelines, and divisional and institutional strategic initiatives.
Director, TRiO McNair Scholars Program Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4383
Master mentor to McNair Scholars and their Faculty Mentors, the Director possesses the expertise, energy and compassion to put the USD McNair Scholars program into effective motion.
Notice of Filing Labor Condition Application Administrator, Human Resources 4384
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Director, Student Support Services Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4373
The SSS Director is responsible for the successful implementation of the program philosophy, goals, and objectives.
Case Manager Administrator, Student Affairs 4341
The Case Manager is responsible for fostering student wellbeing through the creation of data-driven, inclusive, and team-based Care Plans to support individual students throughout the USD undergraduate community.
Assistant Director for School of Nursing Annual Giving Administrator, University Advancement 4365
The Assistant Director is a key member of central Annual Giving and School of Nursing (SON) development, with principle responsibility for SON annual giving.

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