Employment Opportunities at USD

Current Employee searching for job opportunities? Click Here to login to the MySanDiego portal to view and apply for Department Only or Campus Only postings.

Current Opportunities

Position Position Type Posting # Closes
Accounts Payable Specialist Staff, Finance 3678
The position will be responsible for the following functions within Accounts Payable: Effectively and efficiently processes all accounts payable transactions for the university. Ensure proper compliance with university policies and procedures.
Business and Operations Manager Administrator, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 3897
Are you driven by a desire to see more positive change in the world? Do you want to help advance the work of peacebuilders and advocates locally and globally? Are you a motivated self-starter with a demonstrated track record of supporting programs, managing business development processes, and helping offices to perform at their best? The University of San Diego's Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice is seeking a driven, entrepreneurial leader ready to support the Institute's portfolio of programs working to reduce violence and build peace. The Business and Operations Manager will develop and be responsible for office-wide support infrastructure across a range of functions, from grants to hiring to external relations. The Manager will be a crucial part of the team, helping drive forward Kroc IPJ's strategy to advance positive change in policy and practice.
Executive Assistant Staff, Mission and Ministry 3900
Provides administrative support to the Director of the Center for Catholic Thought and Culture and the Directors of Mission Integration.
Electrician 2 Staff, Facilities 3905
The Electrician 2 performs highly skilled journey-level work required to operate and maintain electrical systems and equipment. Diagnose, repair and replaces electrical, lighting, and fire alarm components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and improve campus electrical system reliability.
Administrative Assistant II School of Nursing Staff, School of Nursing and Health Science 3859
The Administrative Assistant II is the first point of contact for prospective students, current students, faculty, administrators, campus community and the general public. She/he identifies their needs and provides resolution or directs them to the appropriate person or venue, maintaining a high standard of excellence in customer service consistent with the mission of the School of Nursing. The Administrative Assistant independently manages the office supplies and maintenance/repair requests for the School of Nursing. She/he provides support to the Office of the Dean, Faculty and the Director Student Services with correspondence, projects, and events as assigned.
Reception Services Assistant Staff, One Stop Student Center 3899
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.
Administrative Assistant 2 Staff, Facilities 3904
Executes various administrative/clerical duties for Facilities Management, including but not limited to: office receptionist, customer service representative, disseminate information department wide, uniform issuance/control, coordination of monthly safety trainings, special projects, deals with sensitive issues and confidential matters, and various other activities related to the Facilities Management operation.
Assistant Director, Law School Development Administrator, School of Law 3773
The Assistant Director of Development is a key member of the Development and Alumni Relations staff of the School of Law. Reporting to the Director of Development, the incumbent is responsible for managing a portfolio of major gift prospects with a giving capacity of $25,000 or more and conducting regular face-to-face meetings to cultivate and solicit support to meet law school fundraising priorities and goals. The incumbent will also be assigned a variety of other projects and responsibilities that support the development goals and initiatives of the School of Law.
Undergraduate Studies Coordinator Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 3890
Performs detailed, complex administrative work for the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office. Assists the College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean and Assistant Deans in all aspects of Undergraduate Studies. Is responsible for coordination and marketing of events supporting Undergraduate Studies. Liaises with other offices on campus to coordinate activities. Schedules and attends meetings with the Associate Deans.
Career Events & Marketing Coordinator Staff, Office of the Vice President and Provost 3892
The Career Events & Marketing Coordinator will manage all aspects of events and marketing initiatives for events that support students in their career search process for the Career Development Center.
Manager, Law Exam Administration and Digital Learning Administrator, School of Law 3876
The Manager, Law Exam Administration, and Digital Learning has management-level responsibility for the School of Law’s use of electronic applications for all mid-terms, final examinations, and in various modes of classroom instruction. The Manager advises the Vice Dean and faculty in developing and integrating strategies for advancing academic law programs, specifically online, web-based, and assessment software (including Examplify and TWEN).
Benefits Analyst Administrator, Human Resources 3898
This position is largely responsible for the University’s benefit program compliance activities within the Department of Human Resources. This position will also provide support to the Director of Benefits in the day-to-day operations of the Benefits department and will provide excellent customer service to university employees when they have benefits questions or need support with a benefits-related issue.
Dispatcher (temporary) Staff, Public Safety 3891
This is a part-time, temporary, non-benefit based position with an anticipated end date of January 31, 2022.The dispatcher is generally the first point of contact for the campus community, faculty, staff, students, guests, and visitors needing information or assistance from Public Safety. The dispatcher is responsible for maintaining effective and efficient communications between public safety officers, kiosk officers, outside emergency and law enforcement agencies, the university community, and visiting public.
Assistant Director, Law Student Affairs Administrator, School of Law 3879
The Assistant Director for Law Student Affairs (Advocacy) reports directly to the Director for Law Student Affairs and is responsible for contributing to a positive student experience by providing continuity and consistency through oversight of student advocacy programs at USD, providing academic advising, and managing accommodations for students. The Assistant Director for Law Student Affairs (Advocacy) works in a collaborative relationship with all law school students, faculty, administrative offices, and university offices. This position manages accommodations and disability services for law students and works faculty to coordinate the mock trial, moot court, VICAM, and all other JD advocacy programs. This position requires occasional attendance at on and off campus events during and outside normal business hours. Some travel may be required.
Executive Assistant Staff, Student Affairs 3893
The Executive Assistant for the Associated Student Government (ASG) is responsible for providing support to the Associated Student Government and various professional staff in Student Activities and Involvement (SAI). Support includes managing the ASG office, correspondence, calendars and schedules; maintaining the budget; and serving as a liaison to the campus community.
Executive Assistant I, Department of Communication Studies Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 3866
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.
Associate Dean of Student Success Administrator, Faculty, School of Business 3882
The University of San Diego (USD) invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Dean of Student Success. The Associate Dean of Student Success will have the opportunity to provide leadership within the School of Business, which is currently enjoying a great deal of momentum and new levels of accomplishment and distinction due to the combined efforts of faculty, staff, and administration. The University is on an upward trajectory and this position offers the opportunity to play a defining role in shaping the future of business education at USD.
Custodian Staff, Facilities 3895
Provides routine and non-routine support associated with the daily cleaning in the non-Auxiliary Services areas in the Hahn University Center, Student Life Pavilion, and Salomon Lecture Hall. Typical routine duties include, but are not limited to: dust mopping, sweeping, wet mopping, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning restrooms, removing trash, polishing furniture, operation of basic mechanical cleaning equipment and filling out simple forms.
Director, Special Events Administrator, University Advancement 3896
The director of Special Events is responsible for managing a team of event professionals and provides strategic guidance to campus and external partners on opportunities to elevate the university’s profile in the community, create goodwill, and develop new supporters of the institution. This position oversees the production and execution of high quality signature university-wide and division-specific events including, but not limited to, Commencement, Homecoming & Family Weekend, galas, groundbreakings, and intimate private dinners. Working with venues both on- campus and off, the director ensures consistent university branding standards and messaging reflects positively on USD’s image. This position oversees operating resources for the Office of Special Events and coordinates the contractual process with major event vendors and service providers to assure pre-approved university protocols are satisfied, discounts are realized, and, as appropriate, value-in-kind support received.
Pavilion Dining Lead Cook Staff, Dining Services 3888
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission-driven, faith based institution. 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.

More Jobs 78

Expression of interest

Loading...

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Clery Act, the University of San Diego publishes a combined Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for review. This report includes institutional policies concerning: campus security; procedures for reporting crime, fire, and other emergencies; emergency response and evacuation procedures; sexual misconduct and relationship violence reporting and response standards and protocols; alcohol and drug policies; and statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred within the institutions Clery reportable geography. Individuals may request a print copy of the report at the University of San Diego Department of Public Safety, located in the Hughes Administration Center, Room 150.