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Circulation and Technology Support Specialist Staff, Copley Library 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.
Director of Development, School of Business Administrator, School of Business, University Advancement 3107
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Business and the university as a whole.
Director of Development, School of Leadership and Education Sciences Administrator, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, University Advancement 3108
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Leadership and Education Sciences and the university as a whole.
Head of Movement; The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences 3219
The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program seek a nationally recognized, dynamic, and visionary theatre artist to serve as Head of Movement for our two-year MFA training of 21st-century classically-based actors. This is an open rank position.
Executive Assistant 1 Staff, Facilities 3203
This recruitment is “Department Only”. Only non-temporary regular benefit-based employees currently working for this department are eligible to apply and be considered for this position. Under supervision, executes various executive level administrative duties for Facilities Management and provides direct support to the Assistant Vice President and three Directors in all functions such as calendar management, scheduling, and meeting deadlines. Other duties include but are not limited to: customer service, coordination of all personnel actions for approximately 200 employees, payroll processing, formulating and generating reports/correspondence, word processing, spreadsheets, data base, record keeping, photocopying, answering telephones, special projects, and various other activities related to the Facilities Management Operations. Deals with highly sensitive issues and confidential matters.
Plumber 2 Staff, Facilities 3207
The work at this grade involves installing, modifying, and repairing new and existing utility, supply, and disposal systems and equipment such as sewage, water, oil, and gas distribution systems, and water closets, tubs, fire sprinkler systems, and showers. Works from building plans, design drawings, and sketches to plan and lay out the routing, placement, slant, slope, fall, and proper operation of systems and equipment. Must then install or replace such systems/equipment. Must have extensive knowledge of the operation of various systems and equipment, and of how they are placed, slanted, and sloped. Work is often done with little or no advice. The supervisor checks work only to see that it meets accepted trade standards.
HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 Staff, Facilities 3204
The HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 1 performs skilled level work but not at the journey-level required to maintain HVAC/Refrigeration systems and equipment. Under the guidance of the HVAC/Refrigeration System Mechanic 2, diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical and mechanical components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and reduce energy consumption; performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections and adjustments to maximize equipment system life-cycle.
Electrician 2 Staff, Facilities 3205
The Electrician 2 performs highly skilled journey-level work required to operate and maintain electrical systems and equipment. Diagnose, repairs and replaces electrical, lighting and fire alarm components and controls to maintain peak operating efficiency and improve campus electrical system reliability. Performs preventative and predictive maintenance inspections, diagnostics and adjustments to ensure safe operation of electrical systems.
Executive Assistant I Staff, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 3180
Utilizes high-level administrative management and independent judgment to check, trace, and follow up on various complex administrative and program management issues.
Grants & Contracts Accountant Staff, Finance 2504
The Grants & Contract Accountant is completely responsible for the accounting and post-award administration of the University’s portfolio of private and governmental grants and contracts. This includes, but is not limited to, internal and external financial reporting for monthly, annual, and other periodic reporting deadlines.
Custodian 2 Staff, Dining Services 3149
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.
Sous Chef de Cuisine/Production Manager Administrator, Dining Services 3133
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of the Sous Chef de Cuisine in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The Sous Chef De Cuisine oversees all culinary operations for the centralized kitchen. Assist in the responsibility for the organization, coordination and supervision of the preparation of food production, maintenance of quality standards and/or portion control and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards. Assist in training, coordinating and evaluating the work of the production staff.
Systems Librarian Administrator, Copley Library, Information Technology Services 3161
The Systems Librarian will work with Copley Library, LRC, and ITS on innovative solutions that impact the library experience of Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni and others within the USD community. With a dual reporting relationship to both ITS and the Dean of the University Library, the Systems Librarian provides technical expertise, day-to-day administration, and broad support for the configuration, updates, and functionality of the libraries’ digital and technology initiatives.
Visiting Assistant Professor in African American Studies Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences 3190
The Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of San Diego invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor in African American Studies beginning in Fall 2021.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Theology and Religious Studies Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences 3191
The Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor beginning in Fall 2021.
Finance Assistant Staff, School of Law 3136
The Finance Assistant provides budget, fiscal and administrative support for the Law School through direct support to the Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration in managing the annual budget, completing daily financial tasks, and providing administrative direction.
Program Coordinator, Professional and Public Programs Staff, Continuing Education 3143
The 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. Responsible for all aspects of providing services to effectively manage the Credit Validation Program process and act as the official point of contact (POC) for Credit Validation approvals. This includes ensuring accurate information on the website, forms, processes, customer follow-up, faculty grade posting, etc. is completed. Additionally, this position will also be community outreach in order to promote Credit Validation Program to applicable stakeholders. 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 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.
Coordinator of Student Success -Temporary Staff, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 3186
This is a part time, temporary, non-benefit based position with a projected assignment end date of January 2, 2022. Serve as the point person for leading and coordinating on-going initiatives to support student success and career services. Work with team members in the Academic Programs Unit to implement platforms to assess the quality of the student experience, proposing adjustments and improvements.
Manager, Pavilion Dining Administrator, Student Affairs 2955
The role of the Pavilion Manager in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The manager is responsible for the coordination and execution of the functional operation of a Dining Services Unit that is open 7 days a week. They will be responsible for envisioning, executing and sustaining a dining department with high quality experiential and programmatic standards for the campus and its guests. The manager will ensure the financial health of the operation by monitoring inventory, financial data and staffing levels. They are responsible for the training, coordination, and evaluations of full time and part time staff. This position is responsible for providing excellent quality products in a safe and aesthetically pleasing dining environment. Assures quality customer service and guest satisfaction and assists in the development of departmental goals. In partnership with the Unit’s Chef, supports daily operations including, employee scheduling, inventory management, menu execution, promotional marketing opportunities, staff safety, and equipment and facility maintenance.
Employee Engagement Coordinator Administrator, Human Resources 3125
As part of the Employee Engagement Team, this position provides direct support to faculty, staff, and administrators to ensure the university has the right talent, leadership and culture in place for the university to accomplish its mission.

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