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Assistant Dean, Admissions & Financial Aid Administrator, School of Law 3772
The Assistant Dean provides the vision and administrative leadership for all functions related to law school JD admissions, diversity initiatives and financial aid programs. Key responsibilities of this position include: serving as the law school’s chief admissions and financial aid officer; developing and managing all prospective student diversity initiatives; developing and implementing competitive marketing and recruitment strategies designed to strengthen the academic quality and diversity of the student body; and utilizing a data-informed, comprehensive approach to building enrollment and strategically leveraging financial aid to meet JD enrollment, diversity and retention goals.
Director of Development Administrator, University Advancement 3109
The director of development is responsible for major gift fundraising duties at the University of San Diego. With the associate vice president for Development (AVP) in University Advancement, this position develops a comprehensive fundraising program for private support from faculty, staff, alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations, and individuals in the San Diego community and across the country to solicit donors at all levels of giving to the university but with particular emphasis on major gifts
Assistant Coach Women's Swimming and Diving Administrator, Athletics 3805
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I swimming and diving program. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Assistant Coach Baseball Administrator, Athletics 3782
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I program. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program and in running baseball camps and clinics.
Head Men's Rowing Coach Administrator, Athletics 3804
The Head Men’s Rowing Coach is responsible for all administrative and organizational aspects of the USD Men’s Rowing Program within the mission of the University and its philosophy of Intercollegiate Athletics. The head men’s rowing coach will hold academic requirements and pursuits as a matter of highest priority and will actively encourage student-athletes to succeed academically and acquire a degree.
Manager, Analysts Team (#RD-0319) Administrator, Human Resources 3816
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Associate Director, The Commons Administrator, Student Affairs 3748
Under the guidance of the Director, Gender Identity Resources and collaborative direction of the Co-Directors, the Associate Director assists in the development, implementation and projects of The Commons. The Associate Director engages the University of San Diego Community in exploring and affirming the unique intersections of each person’s identities. The Associate Director is responsible for the on-going development, administration, and coordination of diversity, inclusion, and social justice efforts to improve campus climate and student equity, with a focus on supporting the LGBTQ Community. The Associate Director serves as a liaison and knowledge expert to the campus community regarding issues of diversity, inclusion and multicultural education; serves as an advocate for underrepresented and underserved groups with an emphasis on the LGBTQ Community; and works to create an inclusive campus environment. Periodically, this position may be asked to lead or contribute to either ad hoc or ongoing division/campus projects outside the scope of their day-to-day activities.
STEM Retention Specialist Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 3049
Assist in the general administration of the USD Student Support Services Program.
Assistant Director, Employment Reporting & Alumni Advising Administrator, School of Law 3742
Manage graduate and student data collection and reporting together with Assistant Dean. Advise J.D. and LL.M students and alumni on legal careers and law clerk and post-graduate job opportunities. Develop career-search resource and tools and programs. Design, create and present programs and projects in response to dynamic legal employment market. Manage relationships with student groups and outside constituents to design and initiate programs and projects.
Chef de Cuisine-Senior Production Manager Administrator, Dining Services 3347
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of the 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.
Assistant Football Coach - Defensive Line Administrator, Athletics 3776
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I FCS Football program. The assistant coach will be fully responsible for making recommendations to the head coach for daily practices, game day, and for specified line-ups, teaching the specified schemes to the team and working with the other assistant coaches. Responsibility for recruiting academically and athletically qualified student-athletes for admission to the University with adherence to admissions and athletic department policies and procedures with specific emphasis on recruiting players for specified positions on the team.
Director, Environmental Health & Safety; Facilities Management Administrator, Facilities 3652
The work environment is primarily in an office setting. The noise level can vary from quiet to moderate depending upon circumstances at any given time. May be exposed to a variety of hazardous materials and safety concerns in the performance of duties.
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs Administrator, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 3720
The Kroc School’s Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs (AD) is part of the leadership team responsible for the successful implementation and growth of existing academic programs and the development of new programs. The AD is the key administrator for the academic programs within the School, which includes graduate (Master of Arts and Master of Science) programs, combined/dual degrees with other schools on campus, and combined degrees with other institutions of higher-education.
Techno Functional Analyst Administrator, Information Technology Services 3598
The Techno Functional System Analyst will work with project teams within EA on innovative solutions that impact the experience of Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni and others within the USD community. This position will pro-actively manage, troubleshoot, and take ownership of assigned system production issues and implementation projects along with providing technical support to end users on the use of various applications. The analyst will be actively involved in gathering requirements, testing technical solutions, and deployment in particular those that leverage Salesforce, Banner, Luminis Portal, Auxiliary Services solutions, Digital Document Management solutions, and/or mobile technologies. The position will partner with team members to leverage progressive technologies, create and improve team standards and processes, and existing protocols to arrive at a sustainable application portfolio.
Associate University Minister Administrator, Mission and Ministry 3638
In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, the Associate University Minister is responsible for outreach and ministry to USD undergraduate and graduate students and the provision of pastoral care which reflects and fosters the Catholic mission and identity of the university. The incumbent is responsible for collaborating with the University Ministry Team and colleagues across campus to implement faith formation programs, facilitate service experiences, foster the spiritual enrichment of university community members, and promote ecumenical outreach.
Campus Card Manager; Campus Card Services Administrator, Campus Cards Services 3611
The Campus Card Manager is responsible for the coordination and execution of the functional operation of the Campus Card Services Office. The Manager oversees the daily office and financial functions to assure compliance with University policies. Assures excellent customer service. The Manager is responsible for the training, supervision and evaluation of staff. The Manager provides support and budget needs of the Campus Card Office to the Business Director, Auxiliary Services. Responsible for overseeing the sales of meal plans and campus cash cards. . Responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the CS Gold and POS for Campus Card and various outside vendors. The Manager is responsible for CBORD Systems training program for new employees. The Manager oversees, administers, and manages all aspects of the Onity Entry Systems and Salto Administration (electronic locking systems) for campus which includes the initialization, programming, and troubleshooting as well as the continuous management and maintenance of the system databases.
Associate Director of Admission Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 3593
This key leadership position oversees the majority of the outreach and external relations processes of the admissions office. Key responsibilities will include the supervision of the counseling staff, managing all aspects of the visitor experience including admission related events, contributing to the planning and execution of the yearly recruitment plan, and collaborating with the Director of Admission. Additional responsibilities will include: staff hiring, training, file review and decision-making, and oversight of on-campus events and activities. General responsibilities will include: Overseeing the process of evaluating and making decisions on admission applications, assisting with the development of admissions policies and procedures, managing and traveling in recruitment territories, counseling prospective students and families, planning and implementing special recruitment strategies, representing the University to high school counselors, alumni, and other external constituents, meeting with and offering presentations to campus visitors; conducting appropriate follow-up via phone, e-mail, and written correspondence to prospects, applicants, and school counselors; and assisting with the processing of applications for admission for first-year and transfer applications; and executing other admissions responsibilities as assigned.
Director of University Ministry Administrator, Mission and Ministry 3591
The Director of University Ministry, in collaboration with the University Ministry Team, is responsible for serving and empowering students, staff, faculty and alumni to build a faith community on campus; to provide faith formation programs; to offer opportunities for education and service for justice; to cultivate leadership for Church and society; and to serve in a leadership position for university committees.
Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations Administrator, Athletics, Facilities 3497
The Assistant Director for Facilities and Operation is responsible for many of the Athletic Facility operations as they relate to set-up and preparation for events. Duties include physical set-up and tear-down of equipment for events, coordination of load-in/load-out for events, and interaction with Athletic Department Officials in coordinating game and practice logistics, physical set-up and tear-down of athletic contests, event management, and scheduling of the Athletic Department’s fleet of vehicles. This position will participate in the training, and evaluating of student and part-time employees and on-site vendors for event management. Position is responsible for liaising with campus maintenance personnel for the successful operation of facilities.
Programmer Analyst II Administrator, Information Technology Services 3487
The Programmer Analyst II is a hands-on technical position that is responsible for providing high quality technology solutions to business departments across the University. The position pro-actively implements and takes ownership of system production issues and development projects as assigned by the Manager and Lead Developer. This position will work directly with users to understand their technology needs and will prepare design documents, program, and test technical solutions. This position will assist in providing oversight for the technical maintenance of the various ERP application systems, smaller vendor applications, and interfaces between the various systems using best practices and following Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) procedures.

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