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Athletics Development Assistant (Executive Assistant I) Athletics, Staff 2205
Athletics Development Assistant (Executive Assistant I) demonstrates independent judgment and resourcefulness to develop, plan and execute various athletics development initiatives. Represents the athletics development office to trustees, donors, volunteers and constituents as appropriate. Responsible for athletics development events. Responsible for the coordination and collaboration of our annual fund solicitation, benefit fulfillment and stewardship.
Program Coordinator/Senior Program Coordinator; Continuing Education Continuing Education, Staff 2190
The Program Coordinator/Senior Program Coordinator provides second-level support to students desiring assistance with any course, program and degree offered through Professional and Continuing Education if the Student Service Center is unable to resolve the issue.
HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2 Facilities, Staff 2180
The HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2 performs highly skilled journey-level work required to operate and maintain HVAC/Refrigeration systems and equipment. Diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical and mechanical components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and reduce energy consumption. Performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections and adjustments to maximize equipment system life-cycle.
HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 Facilities, Staff 2179
The HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 performs skilled level work but not at the journey-level required to maintain HVAC/Refrigeration systems and equipment. Under the guidance of the HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2, diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical and mechanical components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and reduce energy consumption; performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections and adjustments to maximize equipment system life-cycle.
Program Assistant Continuing Education, Staff 2142
The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant provides support to all individuals seeking information, enrollment and assistance with any course, program and degree offered through Professional and Continuing Education. This position requires excellent communication skills for a fast-paced office environment that supports the enrollment and learning needs of students and prospective students. Must possess the ability to handle multiple tasks, requests, and web-based information tools in a calm and effective manner. This position requires a detail-oriented, independent worker who has the ability to collaborate and contribute in a team environment. The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant will answer a busy, multi-line telephone; take registrations for courses and other related items over the phone, the Internet and in person. Other related duties may include: process registrations, organize both incoming and outgoing mail, process student transcript requests, order office supplies, and stock all office machines (fax, copier and printers). Must have excellent spelling and grammar skills. The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant must have excellent customer service, organizational and communication skills. Proven ability using computers for business applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, data management and administrative systems software. Customer/student support experience preferred
Assistant Budget Analyst Finance, Staff 915
Provides budget, fiscal, and administration support through direct support of the Budget Director. Creates format and process for preparing multiple financial monitoring reports. Performs ad hoc analysis as needed. Provides data analysis utilizing historical data and current information and prepares future scenarios for consideration.
Eco-Shuttle Cart Driver; Tram Services Tram Services, Staff 2176
This is a part-time, temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of June 7, 2020. The Eco-Shuttle Cart Driver supports the University and department mission to offer quality service and create a welcoming environment.
Student and Alumni Engagement Coordinator; Alumni Relations University Advancement, Staff 2141
The student and alumni engagement coordinator is responsible for supporting student-alumni partnership programming and engaging with alumni affinity groups. The coordinator is responsible for scholarship program management including the USD Alumni Endowed, Daniel L. Burkett III Memorial, Kyle O’Connell Memorial, Therese Whitcomb Alumni, and Senior Class Legacy scholarships. This position will cultivate and steward donors, coordinate a committee of the Alumni Association Board of Directors, and support other activities and initiatives of the Office of Alumni Relations.
Executive Assistant 1 (Reception Services Assistant); One Stop Student Center One Stop Student Center, Staff 2121
To provide unparalleled customer service over the phone and via email to both internal and external customers for all of the cross-functional campus business transactions. This includes all the services of the offices of financial aid, registrar, and student account services.
Executive Assistant I; School of Nursing School of Nursing and Health Science, Staff 2104
The Executive Assistant I plays an essential role in the optimal operations of the Simulation Lap supporting labs and events for the MEPN and NP programs.
Lead Cook/Sous Chef Dining Services, Staff 2069
The Lead Cook/Sous Chef is responsible for aiding in the organization, coordination and supervision of the preparation of hot food production, maintenance of quality and/or portion control, and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards. The Lead Cook/Sous Chef, under the supervision of the Chef, acts as a working supervisor in training, coordinating and evaluating the work of the lower level cooks.
Weekend Supervisor (Part Time, Temporary); Copley Library Copley Library, Staff 2083
This is a part-time, temporary position with an anticipated assignment end date of June 21, 2020. The University of San Diego's Copley library seeks an energetic and enthusiastic Weekend Supervisor. This individual represents management in Copley Library on weekends. He/She is responsible for all access services while on duty and provides excellent customer service to faculty, staff, students, and other library users.
Events Coordinator (Executive Assistant I); School of Leadership & Education Sciences School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Staff 2013
The Events Coordinator (Executive Assistant I) serves as one of the primary contacts for the School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) Scheduling and Operations office assisting with building/facilities usage and maintenance.
Plumber 2 - Master Level; Building Maintenance Facilities, Staff 1546
The work of the Plumber 2 - Master Level involves installing, modifying, and repairing new and existing utility, supply, and disposal systems and equipment such as sewage, water, oil, and gas distribution systems, and water closets, tubs, fire sprinkler systems, and showers.
Assistant Director of Residential Administration; Residential Life Administration Residential Life, Staff 1824
The Assistant Director for Residential Administration has primary responsibility for the complex tasks associated with student housing assignments and related billing.
Transactions and Records Processor (Executive Assistant I); Human Resources Human Resources, Staff 1805
The Transactions and Records Processor (Executive Assistant I) is primarily responsible for the processing and maintaining the accuracy of input and control of employment/new hire, salary changes, and benefit record entries made into the computerized Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Responsible for analyzing and distributing source documents to appropriate HR, and Payroll staff for entries and/or verifications. Uses judgment and knowledge of HRIS system to evaluate accuracy and validity of source documents and works with submitting department to clarify or correct as needed.
Crossroads Desk Coordinator; Student Affairs Residential Admin Student Affairs, Staff 1748
The Crossroads Desk Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for students, parents and USD personnel in regards to Residential Life inquiries in person, via the Residential Life main phone line, and via the Residential Life email address.
Budget and Events Coordinator, Small Business Development Center School of Business, Staff 1718
This is a full-time, temporary position with an anticipated assignment end date of September 27, 2020. Under direction of The Brink Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Director, the Budget and Events Coordinator performs a wide variety of administrative, operational, programmatic, marketing, and budgetary functions in order to support the overall success of the Center’s programs and objectives.
Building Services Assistant, Ministry Center; University Ministry Mission and Ministry, Staff 1719
This is a part-time, temporary position with an anticipated assignment end date of September 27, 2020. The Building Services Assistant, Ministry Center works independently and as part of a team to set-up meeting rooms and provide custodial support in the Ministry Center and Offices located in Founders Hall.
Part-Time Cook, Pavilion Dining Dining Services, Staff 378
This is a part-time, temporary position with an anticipated assignment end date of June 21, 2020. The Cook is responsible for providing skilled assistance in the supervision and preparation of all food production, maintenance of quality and/or portion control, and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards.

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