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Director of Residential Facilities Administrator, Student Affairs 4647
The Director of Residential Facilities will work collaboratively and communicate extensively with Residential Life, Hospitality Service, Facilities Management, Public Safety, and Procurement plus outside vendors and contractors, in support of students’ living-learning environment. This individual is responsible to envision, execute and sustain high-level, living and experiential standards for the campus residents and sustain high-quality, experiential, facility conditions across all Residential Life buildings.
Project Manager Administrator, Facilities 4746
Performs skilled level work in the coordination and development of construction projects, including programming, design, university approval, construction, and move-in. Prepares and/or coordinates design packages for building interior renovations and minor new construction.
Articulation Officer Administrator, College of Arts and Sciences 4543
This position has two primary functions. The first is to develop, coordinate and implement university-wide course-to-course articulation agreements for the undergraduate Core Curriculum and major requirements for degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences (College), the Knauss School of Business (KSB), and the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering (SMSE). The second is to form and maintain strategic relationships with other academic institutions to participate in the development and oversight of transfer programs such as ADT (Associate Degree to Transfer) that articulate curricular requirements for students who transfer to USD.
Energy and Climate Technical Policy Analyst Administrator, School of Law 4685
Technical Policy Analyst I [II ] The Technical Policy Analyst I position is an entry-level [mid-level] position that supports [leads some of] EPIC's quantitative energy and climate policy activities. This position, which reports to the Assistant Director, supports climate and energy research and analysis for projects, presentations, information papers, articles, and reports on topics related to energy and climate change.
Assistant Dean, Law School Career Services Administrator, School of Law 4717
As a member of the dean’s management team, the Assistant Dean will contribute to the school’s overall strategic planning process, participate in problem-solving and decision-making, and provide input on student recruiting, effective use of law school resources and marketing.
Senior Director, Alumni Relations Administrator, University Advancement 4728
The senior director of Alumni Relations is responsible for strategic planning and implementation of meaningful alumni outreach, leadership development opportunities, effective communications and marketing plans, engaged volunteer management, and fundraising programs in support of the priorities, mission, and goals of the University of San Diego. This position will oversee and guide the activities and resources of the Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) and the Alumni Association Board of Directors, strategically driving broad-based engagement as part of a collaborative and fully integrated advancement model, maximizing philanthropic support and increasing the university’s Alumni Engagement Metric (AEM) score.
Associate Athletics Director, Academics and Scholar-Athlete Development Administrator, Athletics 4726
Supports the University of San Diego's efforts to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community and preparing leaders who are dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service. Works to deliver an extraordinary scholar-athlete experience while supporting and developing the personal, educational, physical, mental and spiritual well-being of scholar athletes.
Digital Content Manager Administrator, College of Arts and Sciences 4713
The Digital Content Manager will write, develop, edit, and publish website updates and copy onto nineteen College of Arts and Sciences department website pages as well as sixteen interdisciplinary programs, the Humanities Center, Core Curriculum, and Honors Program pages.
Assistant Director, Direct Marketing Administrator, University Advancement 4710
The assistant director is responsible for implementing a comprehensive direct marketing solicitation program for the Office of Annual Giving, providing expertise on annual fund strategies and developing compelling appeals. The assistant director will cultivate and nurture relationships between USD and the university’s constituents (primarily alumni and families) through mail, email, and social media channels that result in a commitment of financial support to the university.
Director and Senior Copywriter, Advancement Communications Administrator, University Advancement 4711
The director and senior copywriter for Advancement Communications is responsible for developing the distinct voice and compelling message of support for donor audiences consistent with USD’s brand and marketing standards.
Program Manager Administrator, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 4668
The Program Manager (PM) is responsible for managing the design process and development activities for a growing portfolio of innovative hybrid and online education programs. The person in this position will be responsible for coordinating resources to optimize the success of the existing Kroc academic programs that are hybrid and online and create plans for the development of new market-driven online, hybrid and professional programs.
Assistant Controller Administrator, Finance 4690
Serving as a key member of the financial management team, the Assistant Controller is an active participant in helping the university to meet its financial accounting objectives. This position manages the accounting office and oversees the maintenance of the university’s general ledger, exercising professional accounting judgment as necessary. The Assistant Controller plays a prominent role in the university’s internal control and technology initiatives.
Benefits Director/Manager Administrator, Human Resources 4689
Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Benefits Manager is responsible for the administration and management of the university’s benefit programs, working in conjunction with the CHRO, brokers and outside consultants to advise leadership on the non-financial rewards provided to employees. Responsibilities include administration of the university’s Health and Welfare Plans, 403(b) Retirement Plan, 457(b) Executive Retirement, and Phased Retirement plans; administration of Tuition Remission and Tuition Exchange programs; and administration of the time off, leave of absence, and Workers’ Compensation programs. Works with CHRO, brokers, and outside counsel to ensure legal compliance of all benefits programs, participates in benefits and insurance negotiations and renewals, ensures commitments made by outside providers are fulfilled, communicates plan features and changes to the campus community, manages annual open enrollment, and manages day-to-day workflow/priorities of the benefits team.
Academic Advisor/Senior Academic Advising Specialist, Engineering Programs Administrator, Staff, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering 4683
The Academic Advisor/Senior Academic Advising Specialist for Engineering Programs in the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering (SMSE) is responsible for providing professional student-centric, academic advising to declared, and undeclared, students pursuing degrees in engineering and computer science.
Mental Health Counselor Administrator, Student Affairs 4675
The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Assistant Director, Black Student Resource Commons Administrator, Student Affairs 4663
The Assistant Director will serve as a member of the leadership team of the Black Student Resource Commons while working in partnership with the LGBTQ+ and Allies Commons, Women’s Commons, and United Front Multicultural Commons. The Assistant Director will additionally work directly in partnership with the BSRC Director to coordinate campus visits, outreach and retention activities, develop marketing strategies and programming.
Assistant Athletic Director for Strategic Communications Administrator, Athletics 4576
The Assistant Athletic Director for Strategic Communications position is responsible for managing the Athletics Communications office and ensures integration with the Athletics Marketing office, to serve USD’s 17 NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams.
Mental Health Counselor Administrator, Student Affairs 4607
Leads alcohol and other drug individual assessments, counseling, and consultations, facilitates groups with an emphasis on harm and risk reduction. Designs, coordinates, and implements prevention initiatives for the university community. Maintains and enhances clinical protocols and processes and participates in supporting training programs, including the provision of clinical supervision for eligible trainees.
NAGPRA Repatriation and CID Coordinator Administrator, Ctr for Inclusion & Diversity 4630
The Coordinator works to advance initiatives of a culturally-responsive and informed campus. Serves to ensure USD’s compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) federal regulations and CalNAGPRA’s state regulations.
Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotion Administrator, Athletics 4604
The Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotion is responsible for driving revenue and attendance at athletic events through ticket sales. The Assistant AD develops all advertising and promotions for athletics and coordinates athletic merchandise sales.

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