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Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Biliteracy, Department of Learning and Teaching Faculty, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4797
The Department of Learning and Teaching at the University of San Diego seeks qualified applicants for a 9-month, full-time, tenure track faculty position at the rank of assistant professor to provide strategic and programmatic leadership to diversify our teacher workforce.
Engineering and Computer Science Librarian Faculty, Copley Library 4861
The University of San Diego’s Copley Library seeks an energetic, entrepreneurial-style Engineering and Computer Science Librarian who is passionate about creating and providing library services to Engineering and Computer Science faculty and students.
Assistant Director for School of Leadership and Education Sciences Annual Giving Administrator, University Advancement 4876
The assistant director is a key member of central Annual Giving and School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) development, with principle responsibility for SOLES annual giving. Reporting to the director of Annual Giving, the assistant director is responsible for developing SOLES annual giving campaigns, engagement strategies for SOLES alumni, and ongoing stewardship of SOLES donors.
Torero Connect Counselor Administrator, Student Affairs 4877
Torero Connect Counselor (TCC) will serve as part of a tightly integrated system of support for first year, second year and new transfer students. In conjunction with campus partners, which includes faculty/academic advisors, TCC will help ensure that students have access to information and resources on a timely basis, enhancing retention, student success, and students’ ability to navigate the USD Student Experience.
Mail Specialist Staff, Mail Center 4869
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 meter outgoing mail.
Campaign Director Administrator, University Advancement 4872
The campaign director is the primary driver of campaign activity and timelines, serving as a coordinator for all campaign activities. This role serves as “mission control center” for campaign operations and execution.
Assistant Volleyball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Administrator, Athletics 4865
To assist and support, under the supervision of the Head Coach, the development and function of the University of San Diego’s Women’s Volleyball team, which is an NCAA Division I program in the West Coast Conference.
Assistant Director for School of Nursing Annual Giving Administrator, University Advancement 4365
The Assistant Director is a key member of central Annual Giving and School of Nursing (SON) development, with principle responsibility for SON annual giving.
Custodian 1 Swing Shift Staff, Facilities 4863
Provides routine and non-routine support associated with the daily cleaning of buildings. Performs various duties requiring moderate physical strength.
Executive Assistant I Staff, Ctr for Inclusion & Diversity 4845
The Executive Assistant provides a wide spectrum of complex administrative support to the Vice Provost/Director for the Center for Inclusion & Diversity with a demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Position also supports Tribal Liaison. Updates content on department websites as they relate to Strategic Directions.
Associate Director, Law School Academic Success & Bar Programs Administrator, School of Law 4841
The Associate Director of ASBP is responsible for contributing to a robust student experience by providing academic success and bar exam support services to current law students and bar exam support services to recent graduates.
Gift Manager, Advancement Services Administrator, University Advancement 4856
The gift manager for Advancement Services is responsible for the management and execution of USD’s gift processing and data entry procedures. Working closely with the associate director for Advancement Services, this position develops and implements an integrated strategic plan to ensure accurate, consistent, and timely gift CRM entry, tracking, and reporting.
Building Maintenance Mechanic 2 Staff, Facilities 4837
Performs skilled maintenance mechanical duties necessary to maintain all building structures, equipment, and furnishings on any University property such as repairing/replace thermostats, clean and maintain space heaters, repair/replace window screens and latches.
Special Services Worker Staff, Facilities 4824
The Special Services Worker provides routine and non-routine labor associated with the daily support of conference and Special Events, moving and distribution services, the daily maintenance of assigned areas, special areas, and special projects.
Executive Director, Wellness Center Administrator, University Wellness 4820
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to grounding our policies, programs, and procedures in antiracist practices. 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 that all members of the Division of Student Affairs are willing to engage in this work as we uphold our Catholic mission in creating a welcoming environment where the dignity of all students, staff, administrators, and faculty at USD is embraced. Central to the work of Student Affairs is the Thriving Student Model (TSM), which employs assessment to ensure that the work across Student Affairs creates pathways for thriving for all students, regardless of background, identities or experiences. The Executive Director for Recreational Wellness reports to the Assistant Vice President for Student Wellness and is responsible for helping to create a unified vision and strategies for a comprehensive student recreation experience at USD. Reporting to the Executive Director are the Director of Campus recreation, the Student Wellness Center Director of Facilities and the Assistant Director of Outdoor Adventures. The Executive Director (ED) provides leadership and direction for the entire student recreation portfolio in support of the mission, vision, and goals of the University of San Diego and the Student Affairs Division. Within the ED’s portfolio are recreational sports (intramural and sports clubs), outdoor programs and aquatic facilities. The Executive Director for Recreational Wellness also oversees the total operation, including membership, marketing, programs, facilities, staffing, equipment management, program development, risk management, volunteer and staff development, budget, and external relations for the Student Wellness and Recreation Center.
Assistant/Associate Director, Regional Programs Administrator, University Advancement 4817
The assistant/associate director for regional programs is responsible for engaging and cultivating alumni, current parents, and other USD constituents with programs and communications utilizing the Torero Network and specifically, Torero Clubs. This position is charged with building and fostering the engagement lifecycle of USD’s constituents in major markets throughout the country, striving to increase the university’s Alumni Engagement Metric (AEM) score.
Director, University Centers Administrator, Student Affairs 4819
Ensures the University Center and Student Life Pavilion are comfortable, welcoming and appealing for our diverse campus community and guests; and, are reflective of our Catholic mission.
Assistant, Associate or Professor of Engineering or Computer Science Faculty, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering 4792
The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at USD invites applications for faculty that can help the school develop stronger leadership and teaching capacity in artificial intelligence and/or data science (AI/DS). We are seeking a cluster of faculty members who will work in support of USD’s vision by working as teacher-scholars to address humanity’s urgent challenges and develop the next generation of changemaking computer scientists and engineers. We seek candidates who have demonstrated expertise/experience in data science and/or artificial intelligence. We hope to hire, at minimum, one senior faculty member and several early careers faculty members to teach topics in AI/DS and/or help in designing courses, which can be in the context of any school undergraduate major. Candidates should also be able and desirous to teach courses other than AI/DS within one of the SMSE majors.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chinese Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences 4801
The Department of Languages, Cultures, and Literatures in the College of Arts and Sciences at University of San Diego (USD) is hiring an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chinese to begin Fall 2024. This is a non-tenurable, benefit-based full-time position with the possibility of renewal contingent on satisfactory performance.
Customer Relations Coordinator Staff, Office of the President 4816
The Customer Relations Coordinator oversees the front office reception area and provides excellent, professional customer service. Provides a wide range of administrative support to the Special Assistant and President in a fast-paced executive office setting. This position must have excellent and proficient writing and research skills with experience in taking and transcribing meeting minutes. Composes and prepares letters, correspondence, briefing materials and reports; prepares spreadsheets and presentations. Provides administrative support to the President’s Leadership Class and the EOC Policy Group. Supports the Special Assistant on tasks pertaining to the Board of Trustees. Assists in supervising and training student workers and assists in training executive staff on board related matters. Prepare reports and conduct special projects and research as assigned.

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