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Custodian II Student Affairs, Staff 3089
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission-driven, faith-based institution. The role of custodian in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The Custodian is responsible for the cleaning, sanitation, maintenance, and security of assigned food service areas.
Circulation and Technology Support Specialist Copley Library, Staff 2974
Reporting to the Access and Outreach Services Librarian, the Circulation and Technology Support Specialist functions as a member of a cross-trained Access and Outreach Services team designed to provide excellent service at the first point of contact for library users, which is the Circulation Desk.
Diversity Postdoctoral Faculty, Department of Learning and Teaching; SOLES School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Faculty 3076
The School of Leadership and Education Sciences-Department of Learning and Teaching at the University of San Diego seeks to hire a dynamic, energetic, and skilled candidate for the Postdoctoral Faculty Program. The two-year postdoctoral appointment will begin in Fall 2021. The postdoctoral candidate will have an opportunity to teach in Department of Learning and Teaching programs based on their expertise. Priority will be given to candidates that have a degree and experience in the following teaching, research and service areas/disciplines: Teaching in one or more of these areas ● Literacy-K-8th Grade ● Cognition, identity, learning and learning sciences
Program Assistant - Online Degree Programs Continuing Education, Staff 3028
The Program Assistant - Online Degree Programs provides administrative support to all individuals seeking information and assistance with degree programs offered through Professional and Continuing Education and partner schools. This position requires strong attention to detail, excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced office environment. The Program Assistant 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 must have excellent customer service, execution, 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.
Program Coordinator, Online Degree Programs Continuing Education, Staff 3038
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. Provides direct support to instructors during their application, interview, selection, hiring, and scheduling process – with a keen focus on managing the university guidelines for background checks and HR compliance. Provides first-level support for returning instructors scheduled to teach regarding their contracts, room requests, and course and enrollment management issues. Trains instructors in the use of the student information system so they can retrieve their rolls and rosters. Trains instructors in the use of the learning management system and electronic document distribution systems. For online programs, the Program Coordinator/Senior Program Coordinator provides administrative and logistical support regarding educational program issues such as program planning, student consultation and advising, registration, courses selection, ordering course materials/textbooks, class schedules and timing, time management, and the timelines to complete all items regarding their degree program or course of student. Additionally, this position will review all of the online courses in the Learning Management System for quality assurance. Requires excellent communication skills in a fast-paced environment. Calm and effective communication must be provided in order to handle multiple tasks and requests regarding program information and scheduling.
Marketing Manager Continuing Education, Administrator 3043
Under direction of the Marketing Director, the Marketing Manager/Senior Marketing Manager (MM/SMM) is assigned to work on educational programs in the Division of Professional and Continuing Education to: manage marketing strategies and campaigns that yield a quantifiable and significant return on marketing investments across the spectrum of channels; positively impact the fiscal performance of the programs and the quality of Professional and Continuing Education relationships with internal and external constituents who are collaborative partners; and is responsible for creating brand promise and attributes that are unique and important to the target audience for each degree program presented to the marketplace, developing compelling messaging campaigns, and stewarding the campaign process with all stake holders. Increase inquiries and enrollments by prospective students while decreasing cost per inquiry. In addition, the MM/SMM leads and implements brand strategy development, research, copywriting, interpersonal collaboration, project management, analysis, and staff/vendor management; Generates effective unique positioning for assigned existing programs and those targeted for launch; and conceives, plans, coordinates, and implements a comprehensive and multi-channeled marketing and communications program with the goal of increasing student enrollments and revenue in a self-supporting environment and positively shaping Professional and Continuing Education’s identity, profile and visibility within the community.
Director, Manchester Family Child Development Center School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Administrator 3050
Direct and supervise operations for campus child development center (preschool).
Assistant Football Coach Athletics, Administrator 3075
The Assistant Football Coach 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.
University Chaplain Mission and Ministry, Administrator 2987
The University of San Diego is searching for an ordained Catholic priest in good standing with his local. Ordinary and/or Religious Superior to join the University Ministry team beginning in July of 2020. Primary duties will include liturgical and Sacramental ministries, pastoral counseling and spiritual direction, and collaboration with the ministry team to support the spiritual development of USD community members.
Asst Director, CAS Career Development Office of Career Services, Administrator 2986
The Assistant Director College of Arts and Sciences Career Development Center provides strategic oversight of career development in the College of Arts and Sciences and the COMPASS program. This role will manage the career counseling needs of CAS students and collaborate with faculty and the Dean's Office to ensure career-related programmatic needs are met.
Assistant Dean for Law Student Affairs School of Law, Administrator 3044
The Assistant Dean for Law Student Affairs, also known as the Dean of Students, provides strategic leadership for law school programs and services that foster the academic success and professional development of students enrolled at the law school.
Vice President for Student Affairs Student Affairs, Administrator 3062
The Vice President for Student Affairs facilitates opportunities for greater student engagement and better post-graduation outcomes and contributes significantly to each student’s development. Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President will provide general guidance and direction exercised over the administrative, programmatic, and auxiliary areas within the division.
Records Assistant and Processing Archivist (LA3) Copley Library, Staff 3029
Under the supervision of the Head of Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives, the Records Assistant and Processing Archivist is responsible for establishing and managing a records retention program for the university archives and processing new and existing archival collections in a wide variety of media formats. They participate in the creation of record retention schedules, finding aids, and digital collections for archival material, as well as providing training for support staff. The person in this position also provides research assistance and monitors the Archives/Special Collections Reading Room. This individual must have excellent organizational skills and possess a keen attention to detail. They will work in a highly collaborative work environment, which requires the ability to work with a range of departments across the university and the library. The Records Assistant and Processing Archivist works Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives Department.
Mental Health Counselor Student Affairs, Administrator 3045
The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The responsibilities of the Mental Health Counselor are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission. Provide broad-spectrum, brief counseling and psychotherapy, psychological assessment, consultation, case management/care coordination, and crisis intervention to students. Participate in Center’s collaborative care services provided in coordination with our Student Health Center colleagues. Participate in culturally responsive outreach, training, and liaison activities, and provide services to diverse and under-served populations. Participate in the APA approved doctoral internship and other training programs by providing supervision and training to interns and other trainees. Serve as campus and professional organizations liaison. Provide outreach including psychological consultation and psycho-educational programming to students, faculty, and staff. Provide after-hours emergency coverage on a rotating basis and other after-hours services as needed. Fulfill other responsibilities as indicated and assigned. Adhere to professional ethics standards as mandated by state licensing board. Secure and maintain immunizations as mandated by local medical authorities and recommended by the Center for Disease Control. Operates under the close supervision of the Clinical Director or Senior Director of Mental and Behavioral Health, pending location. 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.
Executive Assistant I One Stop Student Center, Staff 2979
To provide excellent customer service while assisting all undergraduate/graduate students and parents with financial aid, registrar, and student account services. Perform technical and complex administrative work following federal, state, institutional, and private guidelines concerning financial aid, student account collections, registration policies, and FERPA regulations. This position is responsible for knowledge of federal and state regulations and USD policies as they relate to student eligibility for financial aid, registration, progress towards a degree, and student account requirements to maintain registration. Acts as primary reception for walk-in visitors and for incoming telephone calls, and email cases. Assists students and parents in solving short answer issues, directs them to self-help stations, processes payments, or directs them to see a counselor.
Budget and Operations Coordinator, Ahlers Center for International Business School of Business, Staff 2946
The Budget and Operations Coordinator provides administrative support to the Executive Director and general support of the Ahlers Center including all programs and institutes held within, as needed. Interacts on behalf of the Executive Director with students and Strategic Advisory Board committee members. The Coordinator maintains Ahlers Center budgets and provides financial oversight and compliance for the unit. The position assists with the maintenance of the Ahlers Center’s Salesforce mailing for custom and executive programs as well as fundraising efforts. Additionally, it coordinates meetings related to the Center’s Strategic Advisory Board Executive Committee as well as other events and meetings as requested by the Executive Director and assists Ahlers Center professionals in support of the Center’s programs and mission.
Clinical Support Services Coordinator Student Affairs, Administrator 2950
The Clinical Support Services Coordinator works in collaboration with the disability management, counseling and support services provided to students registered with the Disability and Learning Difference Resource Center (DLDRC).
Associate Vice President, Finance Finance, Administrator 2981
The Associate Vice President for Finance serves as a key member of the Finance Office’s leadership team, and is an active participant in helping the university meet its financial and strategic objectives. As a trusted advisor and collaborative colleague, the Associate Vice President supports the university’s fundamental commitment to the highest standards of ethics, integrity and conduct.
Community Director Student Affairs, Administrator 3001
The Community Director (CD) oversees a dynamic living-learning residential area for first-year, transfer, second-year, or continuing students. The CD assists in the administration and management of the overall residence life program through serving approximately 2700 residents. The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a CD in working with students and the responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic Mission.
Development Officer Athletics, Administrator 2933
Looking for a dynamic fundraising professional who is an excellent relationship builder, has no fear in inspiring support, and is excited to make cold calls! San Diego is a wonderful place to call home and an institution where you can make an impact on the scholar-athlete experience.

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