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Graphic Designer/Art Director Administrator, University Advancement 3997
University Marketing and Communications is dedicated to telling the story of the University of San Diego. Through our various departments, we oversee media relations, presidential and executive-level communications, the university’s website, and the production of select publications. We collaborate with the Office of Development, the Office of Alumni Relations, and the Office of Parent Relations on communication issues and projects. We also advise on communications policy, institutional marketing and messaging with the Office of the President and members of the Executive Council.
Unit Leader for Banquets and Catering Staff, Dining Services, Hospitality Services 3443
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 setup and service, supervision of wait staff and custodial personnel, and proper breakdown procedures; or may oversee the daily operations of a retail unit. The Unit Leader will have complete responsibility for direct supervision of catered events as assigned. In the absence of the Director, assumes complete responsibility for Banquets and Catering event management. Will assist with Event master software.
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.
Technical Policy Analyst II (#YG-0926) Administrator, Human Resources 4003
NA - Required Posting Notice
Desktop Support Technician II Staff, Information Technology Services 3986
Provide a full range of services necessary for the operation of USD client computers and peripherals that are maintained by Information Technology Services (ITS), primarily for faculty, administrators, and staff in the assigned school/college.
Retail Store Manager Administrator, Bookstore 3996
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith- based institution. The role of the Retail Store Manager in working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission. The Retail Store Manager oversees retail operations for the USD Torero Store and is responsible for apparel, emblematic, gift merchandise planning and forecasting of sales. The Retail Store Manager supervises, trains and assists employees like sales representatives and retail store specialists in customer service, store maintenance and product promotions.
Executive Assistant 2 (Athletics) Staff, Athletics 3993
Creates and processes confidential Human Resources documents for over 100 continuing and temporary employees within the department. Creates and tracks intercollegiate athletic event competition contracts that include financial guarantees. Works closely with the A VP to plan and execute the quarterly Athletics committee meetings of the Board of Trustees. Provides day-to-day and long-range assistance to the AVP on a wide variety of assignments and special projects. Works closely with the President's Office, Vice President for Operations, Finance and Administration, Human Resources and senior athletic administrators to make sure the A VP is informed of all issues and deadlines.
Mental Health Counselor Administrator, University Wellness 3994
The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission. Provide broad-spectrum, brief counseling and psychotherapy, psychological assessment, consultation, case management/care coordination, and crisis intervention to students. Participate in Center’s collaborative care services provided in coordination with our Student Health Center colleagues. Participate in culturally responsive outreach, training, and liaison activities, and provide services to diverse and under-served populations.
Housekeeper 2 Staff, Facilities 3989
Provides routine and non-routine labor associated with the daily cleaning of student residential areas. Employee is under immediate or general supervision and performs various duties requiring moderate physical strength.
Plumber 2 Staff, Facilities 3984
The work of Plumber 2 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.
Associate University Minister Administrator, Mission and Ministry 3982
In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, the Associate University Minister is responsible for outreach and ministry to USD undergraduate and graduate students and the provision of pastoral care which reflects and fosters the Catholic mission and identity of the university. The incumbent is responsible for collaborating with the University Ministry Team and colleagues across campus to implement faith formation programs, facilitate service experiences, foster the spiritual enrichment of university community members, and promote ecumenical outreach.
MCDC Child Development Teacher Staff, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 3980
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.
Engineering and Computer Science Faculty Faculty, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering 3981
The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at USD invites applications for a cluster of diverse faculty to fill positions in engineering and computer science. We are seeking faculty 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 engineers.
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.
Executive Assistant I School of Leadership and Education Sciences 3963
We seek an individual dedicated to engagement with students, faculty and administrators; and invested in social justice, equity, and inclusiveness. Strong administrative skills, combined with a sense of mission for the department, are also needed, as is a sincere commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion. The Executive Assistant (EA) provides complex and confidential administrative support and technical duties of the Department of Counseling & Marital and Family Therapy academic programs and faculty. In a fast-paced office setting, the EA provides direct support to the Department Chair, Program Directors, Academic Program Manager, and will provide support to the department faculty. Serves as liaison for all Counseling & Marital Family Therapy (C&MFT) students in the department, community members and constituents.
Assistant Director, Media Relations Administrator, University Advancement 3976
The assistant director of Media Relations serves as a direct liaison to academic divisions and key university departments working with campus-wide marketing and communications teams to develop and implement proactive media pitches promoting faculty research, student success, special achievements, and select events.
Hoehn Curatorial Fellow for Prints Staff, Office of the Vice President and Provost 3974
The Hoehn Curatorial Fellow for Prints is a key contributor to the University Galleries’ team. Responsible for coordinating most exhibitions in the Hoehn Family Galleries, advising on aspects of the University Print Collection, and supervising student interns, the Fellow works 4 days a week on site, and is offered one research day to pursue independently their own scholarship/teaching. A primary goal of the Fellow’s time at USD will be the production of an original, print-focused exhibition and publication that will advance the scholarly and museological reputations of the Fellow and University Galleries alike. The Fellow further assists the program by contributing to a wide range of strategic projects as assigned by the Director of University Galleries.
Assistant Director, Military and Veteran Services and Compliance Administrator, Student Affairs 3965
In support of students’ financial capability, the Assistant Director of Military and Veteran Services and Compliance is responsible for ensuring compliance with all Federal, State, and University of San Diego (USD) regulations and policies pertaining to military students and their dependents. This person serves as the primary liaison for the Veterans Administration and other external organizations that aid military connected students.
Director of Marketing and Communications Administrator, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 3978
The Director of Marketing and Communications (DMC) is a leadership position within the Kroc School. The DMC is a visionary, creative, mission-driven, and entrepreneurial individual with the expertise to lead distinctive marketing and communication initiatives that generate excitement about peace education and increase awareness of the School at the local, national and international level. The person in this role is responsible for leading the development and implementation of marketing, branding, communications (internal and external) and public relations strategies across the Kroc School. The DMC will develop and direct strategies to enhance the visibility and reputation of the Kroc School, and by extension the greater university, including all appropriate digital, print and interactive media. As the senior marketing and communications team member for the Kroc School, this individual will be responsible for the overarching strategy in marketing and communications to advance the mission and vision of the School as well as oversee and guide individual units’ initiatives in this area
Tenure-Track Faculty in Conflict Resolution, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies Faculty, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 3977
The Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies (Kroc School) was launched in 2007 at the University of San Diego as the first stand-alone graduate school of peace and justice in the United States. The Kroc School trains the changemakers and peacebuilders of today and tomorrow and is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution, beginning in September 2022. The ideal candidate will have experience in teaching and research that can contribute to the Kroc School’s expanding graduate programs in Peace and Justice, Social Innovation, and Conflict Management and Resolution.

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