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Traffic Control and Eco-shuttle cart driver Staff, Tram Services 3934
The Eco-Shuttle Cart Driver supports the University and department mission to offer quality service and create a welcoming environment. Under supervision, this position is responsible for the operation of a 14-passenger and 12-passenger eco-shuttle with ADA lift designed to transport passengers on campus.
Executive Assistant I - Document Control Staff, Office of Financial Aid 3901
This position serves as the primary monitor of all incoming documents as they relate to the need analysis and award process, including scanning and indexing into the Banner tracking system. Must demonstrate ability of maintaining confidential information and handle sensitive data with discretion and tact. Must possess the ability to handle multiple tasks, deadlines and time constraints in a calm and effective manner. This position also requires a detail-oriented, independent worker who has the ability to work well in a team environment. Accurate and perceptive data entry skills as well as analytical skills are vital. Must be familiar with financial aid terminology and Banner financial aid software. Some knowledge of Federal Methodology is important.
Assistant Director Staff, Office of Admissions 3909
The Assistant Director in the Office of Graduate Admissions at the University of San Diego will assist the Director in managing the Office of Graduate Admissions. This position collaborates with 6 other admission offices and departments to ensure enrollment goals and service expectations are met.
Admission Services Assistant Staff, Office of Admissions 3907
As a member of the Office of Graduate Admissions staff, the Admission Services Assistant provides a vital link between graduate applicants and USD’s graduate programs.
Patient Service Representative (EA1) Staff, Student Affairs 3910
The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith based institution. The role of a Customer Service Representative (CSR) in working with students and the responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Athletics Development Assistant Staff, Athletics 3911
Demonstrates independent judgment and resourcefulness to develop, plan and execute various athletics development initiatives. Represents the athletics development office to trustees, donors, volunteers and constituents as appropriate. Responsible for athletics development events. Responsible for the coordination and collaboration of our annual fund solicitation, benefit fulfillment and stewardship. Coordinates athletic constituent email communication for development, marketing and communications offices.
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.
Building Maintenance Mechanic 2 Staff, Facilities 3916
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. Make minor repairs to furniture. Performs semi-skilled maintenance to space heaters, water heaters and fan coil unit heaters, cooling and ventilation and refrigeration systems.
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.
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.
Executive Assistant, Writing Program Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 3862
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. The executive assistant supports the chair in all aspects of department management including monitoring the budget. Administrative support for faculty includes photocopying, ordering supplies, and other duties as assigned.
Law School Development Coordinator (EA 1) Staff, School of Law 3877
The coordinator will provide both general administrative operations support and project specific support to the Office of Development and Alumni Relations for alumni/donor/student outreach, engagement, cultivation, and stewardship. Maintains confidentiality and uses tact/diplomacy on a regular basis. Contributes to and supports a harmonious work environment where teamwork and collaboration within all areas of the law school, the university, and the community are essential.
Cook Staff, Dining Services 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
Student Accounts Senior Analyst Staff, Finance 3529
Responsible for the collection of monies owed to USD and the disbursement and refund of Financial Aid, in compliance with Title IV Federal Regulations. Safeguards monies owed to  USD for tuition, fees, housing, meal plans, health insurance, fines and all other miscellaneous student charges ($350M annually); assists students and parents with accounts, negotiates payment agreements that are mutually beneficial to USD and students, when families are unable to make payments under standard terms.
Cook Staff, Dining Services 2689
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.
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Part Time Staff, Athletics 2685
This is a part-time, temporary position and hours will vary based upon need. The Assistant Athletic Trainer-Part time is responsible for all aspects of health care in the athletic environment. This includes prevention of athletic injuries; recognition and evaluation of injuries; management, treatment, and disposition of athletic injuries; rehabilitation of athletic injuries; limited organization and administration; and education and counseling of athletes, as outlined by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).


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.