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Current Opportunities

Position Position Type Posting # Closes
Executive Assistant I Staff, School of Law 4269
To provide general and academic administrative support to the Law School faculty.
Superintendent, Maintenance Operations Administrator, Facilities 4294
Plan, organize and coordinate the daily activities of the maintenance staff in support of specific routine work, small projects, preventative maintenance, and emergency requests. Assist in the development of long-range maintenance/repair plans for areas of responsibility. Formulate solutions for facility problems, using our USD maintenance resources.
Assistant Professor of Law/Professor of Law Faculty, School of Law 4226
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 2023-2024 academic year.
Research Associate for the VisMO Initiative Administrator, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4274
Funded by the National Science Foundation, Project VisMO was a three-year fundamental research project that investigated the causal link between children’s visuospatial skills development and their longitudinal gains in mathematical competencies.
Faculty Services Librarian Administrator, School of Law 4276
As a member of the public services and reference teams, provides research and reference services to all LRC patrons. Presents training and instruction in the use of legal research tools in all formats, including teaching legal research in the first year Legal Writing and Research (LWR) classes, seminars, clinics, and advanced legal research courses.
Evening Circulation Assistant Staff, School of Law 4277
As a member of the circulation team, the Evening Circulation Assistant coordinates with other circulation team members to ensure the smooth operation of circulation department functions. Assists patrons; trains and supervises student workers; and maintains a professional and strong service oriented ethos at the circulation desk.
Office Manager, University Marketing and Communications Staff, University Advancement 4285
The office manager provides executive-level support to the associate vice president (AVP) for University Marketing and Communications (UM&C). In addition to UM&C, this position is responsible for complex administration, departmental management, and ancillary support of the directors of Publications, Digital Communications, Brand Marketing, Creative Services, and Media Relations.
Office Manager, Alumni Relations Staff, University Advancement 4286
The office manager is responsible for prioritizing multiple and complex assignments for the Office of Alumni Relations (AR), ensuring deadlines are met, and resources are appropriately assigned and tracked.
Head Women's Crew Coach Administrator, Athletics 4279
The Head Women’s Rowing Coach is responsible for all administrative and organizational aspects of the NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Program within the mission of the University and its philosophy of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Assistant Softball Coach Administrator, Athletics 4284
The assistant softball coach will assist the head coach in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, practice/game planning and coaching, individual skill development, and administrative tasks. The assistant coach will assist with positional duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
Web Developer Staff, Information Technology Services 4255
The Web Developer is part of the central ITS web team and works to implement web technologies such as websites, applications, and related and integrated web services.
Study Abroad Manager Administrator, International Affairs 4270
The International Studies Abroad Office supports all undergraduate student study abroad programs, and graduate programs in the Kroc School, the School of Nursing, and the College of Arts and Sciences, which are conducted in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. In addition, the Office services as a hub of information for all of the graduate and professional student study abroad programs in SOLES, the School of Business and the Law School, well as non-academic units engaged in international experiences.
Unit Leader, Aromas Coffee House Staff, Dining Services 4272
The Unit Leader assists in hiring, training, and supervising full- and part-time personnel. Depending on the dining services area to which assigned, this position may be responsible for the smooth running of the “front of the house” during events, including knowledge of setup and service, bar set up and service, supervision of wait staff, and custodial personnel, and proper breakdown procedures; or may oversee the daily operations of a retail unit
Adjunct Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor DNP and NP Programs Faculty, School of Nursing and Health Science 4218
The Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science at the University of San Diego (USD) invites applications for a full time Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor (non-tenure-track). Candidate must have the ability to teach across nursing programs, including the Nurse Practitioner Program. The initial appointment is for one year with the possibility of renewal based on performance, department needs, and funding.
MCDC Child Development Teacher Staff, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4216
Under the supervision of the Director, the teacher, with a co-teacher, implements a developmentally appropriate program of education and care for children aged 2 and ½ through five in a full day setting. The teacher participates in all aspects of the program, including curriculum development, goal setting and evaluation, assessment of individual growth and development, and conferences with parents.
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.
Receiving and Purchasing Manager Administrator, Dining Services 4263
The Receiving and Purchasing Manager administer and coordinate purchasing of food, supplies, and equipment using generally accepted purchasing procedures in support of student dining, catering and conferences, auxiliary shops, and services.
Director of Business Admissions Administrator, School of Business 4223
The Director of Business Admissions is responsible for overseeing and managing overall admissions processes for all business programs in partnership with the Assistant Dean of Marketing and Recruitment. In addition, the Director has the specific responsibility to oversee the strategic use of financial merit funding across programs ensuring best practices are implemented, as well as designing and executing effective event strategies for lead conversions, increased yield and retention of students in all business programs.
Mail Specialist Staff, Mail Center 4260
The Mail Specialist is responsible for the accurate and expedient sorting of all incoming mail and parcels and is accountable for the delivery of those items to various departments on campus. Accurately input department accounts into the metering system and meters outgoing mail.
Cook Staff, Dining Services 3887
USD Catering is proud to be the university's exclusive caterer. Our nationally recognized, award-winning program delivers excellence and quality. 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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