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
Adjunct Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Health Care and Nursing Informatics School of Nursing and Health Science, Faculty 1969
The Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science invites applicants for an Adjunct Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Health Care and Nursing Informatics position.
Manager of Systems Support Information Technology Services, Administrator 1923
The Manager works closely with all ITS members and vendors throughout the systems life cycle, assisting in areas of systems design, performance benchmarking, network architecture, and security to ensure that deployed services meet user expectations while conforming to generally accepted measures of service and stability.
Registered Nurse, Per Diem; Student Health Center University Wellness, Staff 1908
This is a part-time, temporary position with an anticipated assignment end date of December 6, 2020. The role of the Registered Nurse in working with students and the responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Admission Projects & Events Coordinator; Undergraduate Admissions Office of the Vice President and Provost, Staff 1924
As a member of the undergraduate admissions team, the Admission Projects & Events Coordinator will develop, plan, coordinate, and manage projects and events related to recruitment and admission. This position receives supervision from the Assistant Director.
Senior Admission Counselor for Multicultural Recruitment Office of Admissions, Administrator 1935
With the support of the President's Advisory Board on Inclusion and Diversity (PABID), this professional staff will work with the Director and Associate Director of Admissions to further expand programs for the recruitment and retention of students of color.
Director, Center for Peace and Commerce Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, Administrator 1950
The Director of the Center for Peace and Commerce (CPC) is responsible for developing its initiatives in social innovation, enhancing the university’s expertise and offering high-impact programming (academic and co-curricular) in the area. The Director is responsible for leading the CPC’s primary initiative: The Fowler Global Social Innovation (FGSIC), enabled by the generous gift of Ron and Alexis Fowler. This exciting position offers the possibility of leading the success and scaling the FGSIC by working with deans, faculty and relevant stakeholders, and helping shape the future of social innovation at the university.
Desktop Support Technician II Information Technology Services, Staff 1907
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. Work as part of the Desktop Support Services Team to provide secondary PC & Mac support for other areas of campus and ensure customer satisfaction.
Technical Policy Analyst School of Law, Administrator 1899
This is a full-time, temporary, benefit based position with an assignment end date of June 21, 2020. The purpose of this position will be to assist EPIC’s Senior Policy Analyst in climate and energy research and analysis for projects, presentations, information papers, articles, and reports on the topic related to energy and climate change. Hired staff will also assist the Director as requested and needed.
Assistant Director, Graduate Business Recruiting and Admissions School of Business, Administrator 1917
The Assistant Director of Graduate Business Recruiting and Admissions is responsible for recruiting and supporting candidates during the full life cycle of recruiting and admissions processes for School of Business graduate programs. This includes but is not limited to overseeing the initial outreach and communication process with prospective students and maintaining correspondence with admitted students until they’ve been formally enrolled.
Plumber 2 - Master Level; Building Maintenance Facilities, Staff 1546
The work of the Plumber 2 - Master Level 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.
Law School Admissions Coordinator; School of Law School of Law, Administrator 1898
The Law School Admissions Coordinator position works as part of a 7 member team. The individual is primarily responsible for the oversight of all internal operations including the imaging and indexing of over 6000 admissions and financial aid documents annually.
Assistant/Associate Director of Development, Athletics Development Athletics, Administrator 1868
This position is responsible for helping meet the fundraising objectives of the USD Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Under the supervision of the Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Development, this position is responsible for the identification, cultivation and solicitation of annual fund (TAA), major gift, and sport specific club donors.
Program Manager, Online Degree Programs; Professional and Continuing Education Continuing Education, Administrator 1888
With supervision from the Director, Marketing and Student Retention, the Program Manager provides outstanding program management for PCE and partner degree programs offered by the University of San Diego. The primary focus of this position is to ensure excellent customer service and support to students, quality program management, proactive student retention, ultimately resulting in a first-class student experience and a life-long learning connection to the university.
Marketing Manager/Senior Marketing Manager; Professional and Continuing Education Continuing Education, Administrator 1830
Under direction of the Marketing Director, the Marketing Manager (MM) is assigned to work on educational programs in the Division of Professional and Continuing Education to: manage marketing strategies and campaigns that yield a quantifiable and significant return on marketing investments across the spectrum of channels; positively impact the fiscal performance of the programs and the quality of Professional and Continuing Education relationships with internal and external constituents who are collaborative partners; and is responsible for creating brand promise and attributes that are unique and important to the target audience for each course, certificate, or degree presented to the marketplace, developing compelling messaging campaigns, and stewarding the campaign process with all stake holders.
Adjunct Faculty, Economics School of Business, Faculty 1771
The Economics Department in the School of Business at the University of San Diego is seeking adjunct faculty candidates to teach various courses during the 2020-21 academic year with potential contract renewal into the 2021-22 academic year.
Assistant Director of Residential Administration; Residential Life Administration Residential Life, Staff 1824
The Assistant Director for Residential Administration has primary responsibility for the complex tasks associated with student housing assignments and related billing.
Transactions and Records Processor (Executive Assistant I); Human Resources Human Resources, Staff 1805
The Transactions and Records Processor (Executive Assistant I) is primarily responsible for the processing and maintaining the accuracy of input and control of employment/new hire, salary changes, and benefit record entries made into the computerized Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Responsible for analyzing and distributing source documents to appropriate HR, and Payroll staff for entries and/or verifications. Uses judgment and knowledge of HRIS system to evaluate accuracy and validity of source documents and works with submitting department to clarify or correct as needed.
Director of Benefits; Human Resources Human Resources, Administrator 1818
Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), the Director of Benefits is responsible for the administration and management of the university’s benefit programs, working in conjunction with the CHRO and outside consultants to make recommendations to management on the non-financial rewards provided to employees.
Project Manager; Planning, Design & Construction Facilities, Administrator 1782
The Project Manager performs skilled level work in the coordination and development of construction projects, including programming, design, university approval, construction, and move-in. Prepares and/or coordinates design packages for building interior renovations and minor new construction. Manages project contracts during the course of construction and maintains an accurate cost accounting of all construction/renovation projects.
Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering, Faculty 1720
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of San Diego invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant/associate professor level to begin in Fall 2020.

More Jobs 20

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.