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Academic Advisor Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4221
Provides culturally-competent supplemental academic advising and related proactive outreach and support directly for undergraduate students who are Undeclared or declared majors in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Legal Clinics Clerical Worker/Intake Specialist Staff, School of Law 4235
The USD Legal Clinics (“Legal Clinics”) are a small to mid-sized law office, providing free legal services in an academic setting to low-income and underserved clients in the San Diego community.
Office Manager, Development Staff, University Advancement 4230
The office manager provides executive-level support to the associate vice president (AVP) for Development. In addition, this position is responsible for the ancillary support of direct reports including some in academic units. This position monitors and directs office workflow, manages multiple calendars, coordinates complex meetings, and makes extensive travel arrangements.
Lead Cook, La Paloma Café Staff, Dining Services 4228
The Lead Cook 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, under the supervision of the Chef, acts as a working supervisor in training, coordinating, and evaluating the work of the lower-level cooks
Academic Affairs Specialist Staff, School of Law 4211
Provides fiscal and administrative support for all aspects of the law school curriculum, including planning course assignments and schedules with direct support from the Vice Dean. Supervises the administrative needs of all 100+ adjunct and non-tenure track faculty. Manages all processing for new employment and rehires for all faculty each year, including Workday, I-9, background checks, etc.; approves timecards for adjunct faculty administrative tasks.
Executive Assistant to the Dean Staff, School of Business 4205
The Executive Assistant to the Dean is a customer-oriented position that uses independent judgment to provide direct support to the Dean in a fast-paced executive office setting.
Executive Assistant I - Catalog and Academic Calendars Staff, Office of the Registrar 4202
The Executive Assistant I - Catalog and Academic Calendars (EAI), is a part-time position and works under the direction of the Associate Registrar – Technology and Reporting.
Custodian II Staff, Dining Services 4213
The Custodian is responsible for the cleaning, sanitation, maintenance, and security of assigned food service areas. 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. In addition. This position contributes to or leads additional division/campus projects outside of typical duties to help further accomplish student or organizational goals.
Vendor Management Coordinator Staff, Finance 4206
Under the general direction and supervision of the Strategic Sourcing and Contracts Manager, the Vendor Management Coordinator is responsible for the onboarding of new vendors/suppliers and for maintaining a high quality, compliant, and best-in-class vendor master file for University-wide vendor data.
Office Coordinator, Parent and Family Relations Staff, University Advancement 4203
The office coordinator (EA2) provides executive-level support to the director of Parent and Family Relations and a designated central director of development (DOD) on multifaceted activities, initiatives, and projects, internally and externally. The EA2 works collaboratively to plan, develop, and produce high quality and cost-effective Parent and Family Relations’ programming, both locally and regionally
eProcurement Specialist Staff, Finance 4207
Under the general direction and supervision of the Strategic Sourcing and Contracts Manager, the eProcurement Administrator is responsible for administration, analysis, and solution support activities contributing to the overall implementation and management of the eProcurement system.
Purchasing Agent Staff, Finance 4208
The Purchasing Agent assists end users with the purchasing of goods and services under assigned categories and manages the receiving of goods and services on purchase orders and contracts; this includes assisting with initiation of purchase orders and/or contracts, reconciling invoices received against the purchase order/contract and recording the transaction in Workday. The position manages the flow of purchase order invoices (Workday Receipts) to ensure prompt turnaround. The Purchasing Agent also assists departments with training on procurement policies and procedures and manages purchase order close out.
Coordinator of Strategic Initiatives and Dean’s Office Staff, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 4192
The Coordinator of Strategic Initiatives and Dean’s Office is responsible for supporting the Dean in daily activities such as calendaring and meetings. The Coordinator also helps manage strategic projects and initiatives launched by the Dean to advance impact, ensure growth with quality, infuse innovation, and enhance the visibility and reputation of the Kroc School. These include new types of community engagement, events, and experiences. The role of Coordinator involves engaging stakeholders to go from conceptualization of initiatives and idea-stage to execution and successful completion. In few words, the Coordinator leads multi-party processes for successful completion of the Dean’s strategic projects like space redesigns and events, harmonizing use of resources, organizing schedules, establishing relationships for implementation, and achieving completion in line with the Kroc School’s goals and USD ways. The Coordinator also oversees administration of processes under the supervision of the Dean. This includes coordinating key faculty-related processes such as recruitment, annual evaluations and appointment reappointment, tenure and promotion (ARRT). The Coordinator must have a clear understanding of the vision and goals of the School, showing problem solving capabilities, as well as creativity and project management skills to contribute to the growth of the institution, managing effectively issues arising in processes of organizational change.
Executive Assistant I, College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4189
The executive assistant organizes, manages and coordinates all administrative efforts in support of the department and serves as the primary contact for university personnel, students and parents, and external contacts including the general public. The executive assistant supports the chair in all aspects of department management including monitoring the budget. Administrative support for faculty includes photocopying, ordering supplies, and other duties as assigned.
Tram Driver Staff, Tram Services 4067
The tram driver supports the University and department mission to offer quality service and create a welcoming environment. Under supervision, this position is responsible for the operation of a tram designed to carry up to 30 passengers on and off campus.
Cook Staff, Dining Services 4200
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.
Event Coordinator Staff, University Advancement 4188
The event coordinator is responsible for supporting event production activities and special projects assigned by the director. Events include, but are not limited to, Commencement, Mid-year Graduates Mass, Faculty Convocation, Honors Convocation, and the Fowler Business Concept Challenge. In addition to event planning, this position provides administrative support for daily operations of University Events and Partnerships (UE&P) and occasional support to Special Events.
Executive Assistant I, College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4185
The executive assistant organizes, manages and coordinates all administrative efforts in support of the department and serves as the primary contact for university personnel, students and parents, and external contacts including the general public. The executive assistant supports the chair in all aspects of department management including monitoring the budget. Administrative support for faculty includes photocopying, ordering supplies, and other duties as assigned.
Executive Assistant 1, Development – College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences, University Advancement 4181
The executive assistant 1 (EA1) will provide administrative and programmatic support to the director of Development for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) who is responsible for major gift fundraising in the College and other university-wide priorities as a direct report to the associate vice president for Development, centralized under University Advancement.
Banquets and Catering Custodian Staff, Dining Services 4096
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission-driven, faith-based institution. The Custodian is responsible for the cleaning, sanitation, maintenance, and security of assigned food service areas. 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. In addition. This position contributes to or leads additional division/campus projects outside of typical duties to help further accomplish student or organizational goals. Additional assignments may be seasonal, ad hoc, or ongoing, depending on the project.

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