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Assistant Coach Women's Basketball Athletics, Administrator 3668
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I women’s basketball program. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Program Assistant, Professional and Public Programs Continuing Education, Staff 3616
This is a full-time, temporary, benefit-based position with an anticipated end date of June 30, 2022. The 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.
Administrative Assistant 2 School of Business, Staff 3633
This is a full-time, temporary, benefits based position with an anticipated end date of June 19, 2022. This position provides administrative support to faculty, the real estate department, and other employees in the Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate.
Accessibility Coordinator; Disability & Learning Difference Resource Center University Wellness 3567
Oversees the ADA required academic accommodation services related to note-taking and assistive technology provided to students registered with the Disability and Learning Difference Resource Center (DLDRC). Maintains a caseload of students with disabilities in need of individualized support services with particular emphasis on students identifying with learning differences/disabilities. Provides individualized technology coaching and support to students who utilize assistive technologies. Actively seeks to align DLDRC policies and procedures associated assistive technology with best practices and ADA guidelines. Provides appropriate consultation regarding the assistive technology needs of students with disabilities to university stakeholders including students, parents, faculty, and administrators.
Assistant Professor of Law/Professor of Law School of Law, Faculty 3601
The University of San Diego School of Law invites applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for full-time, tenured and tenure-track positions beginning in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Assistant Professor, School of Law/University Center for Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy School of Law, Faculty 3602
The University of San Diego invites applications from entry-level applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position beginning in the 2022-2023 academic year. This position is affiliated with the School of Law and the University’s Center for Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy and will involve opportunities for teaching in the undergraduate program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
Program Assistant, Online Degree Programs Continuing Education, Staff 3617
The Program Assistant 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.
Associate University Minister Mission and Ministry, Administrator 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 Campus Cards Services, Administrator 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.
Public Safety Officer Public Safety, Staff 3615
Provides a wide range of services to the University community including crime prevention, crime control, parking control and furnishing aid and information to the campus community and visitors. Duties include responding to 911 emergency-style calls, investigating alarms, responding to crimes in progress and scenes of past crimes or incidents. The public safety officer will understand the diverse and cultural aspects of the University community. The public safety officer performs duties in cooperation with the San Diego Police Department and local fire and medical services to minimize harm to victims, witnesses to crimes, and those responding or involved in emergency situations. Routine duties include responding to non-emergency calls for service, providing information, collaborating with student organizations, staff, faculty, and students residing in campus housing to reduce crime and fear, as well as, investigating and preparing written reports on crime, accidents, and injuries.
Cook Dining Services, Staff 3577
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to grounding our policies, programs, and procedures in antiracist practice. With this commitment, we recognize the importance of educating ourselves and holding one another accountable to ensure our work is approached through an equity, inclusion, and social justice lens. We recognize our need for ongoing development in this area, and continue to strive to improve. We expect all members of the Division of Student Affairs are willing to engage in this work alongside us to uphold our Catholic mission in creating a welcoming environment where the dignity of all students, staff, administrators, and faculty at USD is embraced
Associate Director of Admission Office of the Vice President and Provost, Administrator 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.
Administrative Assistant II Center for Educational Excellence, Staff 3597
At the Center for Educational Excellence (CEE), we create, organize, and facilitate a variety of different opportunities for faculty to develop their teaching methods and practices. These opportunities include communities of practice, reading circles, keynote speakers, and workshops (see webpage for examples). All of these offerings require planning, organizing, and reviewing to make sure we are providing successful, inclusive, and meaningful ways to engage faculty. The administrative assistant has a crucial role in managing the logistics for each of these offerings. Beyond this, the administrative assistant is also responsible for managing all administrative tasks for successful office operation. The administrative assistant works under close supervision from the Program Coordinator.
Director of University Ministry Mission and Ministry, Administrator 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.
La Paloma Dining Senior Supervisor Dining Services, Staff 3530
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a Senior Supervisor is working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Desktop Support Technician 2 Information Technology Services, Staff 3543
Provide a full range of services necessary for the operation of USD client computers and peripherals that are maintained by Information Technology Services (ITS), primarily for faculty, administrators, and staff in the assigned school/college. Duties include but are not limited to: deploying, configuring, installing, and securing computer hardware, software, printers, and peripherals. Provide initial orientation on the use of computer hardware and supported applications. Diagnose, repair, and maintain computer hardware, PC & Mac operating systems, software applications, and peripherals. Perform preventative maintenance to ensure data integrity, system security, and reliability. Responsible for the communication, troubleshooting, and technical requirements of the school, departments and clients the technician is assigned to. Perform duties as the technical liaison with the department. Update Help Desk inventory database and tracking system to reflect current request status. Provide documentation for computer inventory and problem resolutions. Work as part of the Desktop Support Services Team to provide secondary PC & Mac support for other areas of campus and ensure customer satisfaction.
Pavilion Dining Cook Dining Services, Staff 3564
This is a full-time, benefits based temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of January 2, 2022. The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a cook is working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Processing Archivist and Records Assistant (Library Assistant 3) Copley Library, Staff 3565
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.
Sous Chef Dining Services, Staff 3444
The 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.
Cook Dining Services, Staff 3563
This is a full-time, benefits based temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of January 2, 2022. The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a Cook is working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. 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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