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Senior Director for Institute of College Initiatives Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4176
The Senior Director for the Institute of College Initiatives creates, collaborates, supervises, and implements Institute programs and services, including seeking opportunities and writing proposals for funding.
Executive Assistant 1, Development – College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences, University Advancement 4181
The executive assistant 1 (EA1) will provide administrative and programmatic support to the director of Development for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) who is responsible for major gift fundraising in the College and other university-wide priorities as a direct report to the associate vice president for Development, centralized under University Advancement.
Assistant Director for Creative Video Administrator, Athletics 4183
The Assistant Director for Creative Video assists the External Affairs team and athletics department in the strategy and creation of video and digital content for USD’s seventeen NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams.
Banquets and Catering Custodian Staff, Dining Services 4096
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission-driven, faith-based institution. The Custodian is responsible for the cleaning, sanitation, maintenance, and security of assigned food service areas. Periodically, this position may be asked to lead or contribute to either ad hoc or ongoing division/campus projects outside the scope of their day-to-day activities. In addition. This position contributes to or leads additional division/campus projects outside of typical duties to help further accomplish student or organizational goals. Additional assignments may be seasonal, ad hoc, or ongoing, depending on the project.
Executive Assistant to the Assistant VP of Academic Administration Staff, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4175
The Executive Assistant to the Assistant VP provides a wide range of complex direct support to the Assistant Vice President in a fast-paced executive office setting. Provides excellent, professional customer service, providing needed information using leadership skills when encountering sensitive, confidential situations.
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.
Executive Assistant I Staff, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4120
The Executive Assistant is 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 needs, as is a sincere commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion. Provides high level, complex, and confidential administrative support and technical duties in support of the Department of Learning and Teaching academic programs and faculty.
Program Assistant, Professional and Continuing Education Staff, Continuing Education 4124
This is a full-time benefits based temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of December 18, 2023.The Program Assistant/Senior Program Assistant provides support to all individuals seeking information, enrollment and assistance with any course, program and degree offered through Professional and Continuing Education.
Admissions Coordinator Staff, School of Law 4169
The 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 documents annually. The position serves as one of 4 admissions advisors providing counsel to prospective and admitted students. The person coordinates the shipment of materials to recruitment events and maintenance of the admissions webpage and social media accounts. In addition, the position assists in the coordination of the Admissions Office’s expanded “Keep ‘Em Sold” marketing campaign and serves as an admissions recruiter and financial aid advisor. The Admissions Coordinator provides assistance to the Assistant Dean of Admissions, Diversity Initiatives and Financial Aid in the oversight and projection development of the operating and scholarship budgets. The individual must possess excellent customer service skills and the ability to communicate with the public in group settings and in an informative and professional manner.
Assistant Director, Academic Success/Bar Programs Administrator, School of Law 4165
The Assistant Director of Academic Success and Bar Programs (“ASBP”) reports directly to the Director of Academic Success and Bar Programs. The Assistant 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.
Custodial Service Coordinator Staff, Facilities 4164
The Custodial Service Coordinator provides routine and non-routine support associated with the daily cleaning of buildings.
Director of University Galleries Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4151
The University of San Diego is searching for a dynamic Director of University Galleries, who will oversee a nimble exhibition program and purposefully focused collections that position the Galleries as a unique and vibrant model among west coast institutions. The Galleries collect and exhibit compelling works wrought by artists over time, focusing on prints—from Rembrandt to Julie Mehretu—photographs, time-based art, and Native American art and material culture. Engaging a broad audience of students, faculty, staff and interested community, the Galleries serve as places of encounter and learning, and of dialogue across disciplines.
Student Accounts Senior Analyst Staff, Finance 4161
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.
Executive Assistant 1 Staff, University Advancement 4162
The executive assistant 1 (EA1) will provide comprehensive executive support to the Office of Development’s senior director along with administrative and programmatic support for centrally-based development officers and the Offices of Foundation Relations and Planned Giving, hereafter known as the “central development team” (CDT).
Product Marketing Specialist Staff, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 4156
The Product Marketing Specialist (Specialist) is responsible for the market positioning and lead generation strategies of the Kroc School of Peace Studies academic programs portfolio. The Specialist manages processes and initiatives across multiple platforms to increase student enrollment, program development, and tuition revenue in a supportive environment, while positively shaping the Kroc School’s identity, profile, and visibility within the community.
Accounts Payable Manager Administrator, Finance 4157
Serving as a key member of the financial management team, the Accounts Payable Manager is responsible for directly overseeing the approvals, controls, and compliance of all non-payroll cash disbursements.
Student and Alumni Engagement Coordinator Staff, University Advancement 4159
The student and alumni engagement coordinator is responsible for supporting student-alumni partnership programming and engaging with alumni affinity groups. The coordinator is responsible for scholarship program management including the USD Alumni Endowed, Daniel L. Burkett III Memorial, Kyle O’Connell Memorial, Therese Whitcomb Alumni, Senior Class Legacy scholarships, and all affinity-based scholarships administered by the Alumni Association. This position will cultivate and steward donors, coordinate a committee of the Alumni Association Board of Directors, and support other activities and initiatives of the Office of Alumni Relations.
Travel and Expense Specialist Staff, Finance 4158
The travel and expense specialist position represents the department as a subject matter expert in educating employees about the travel program and Torero Travel and Expense system (Concur). This position assists with the month-end reconciliation process to ensure proper accrual and accurate payable balance.
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Clinical Professor in Supply Chain Management and Director for the Supply Chain Management Institute Faculty, School of Business 4153
The Knauss School of Business at the University of San Diego (USD) invites applications for the Director for the Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMI) and Clinical Professor in Supply Chain Management to begin in fall of 2022. We will be interviewing candidates until the position is filled.

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