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Administrative Assistant II Staff, School of Business 4984
This position provides administrative support to faculty, the real estate department, and other employees in the Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate.
NAGPRA Repatriation Manager Administrator, Ctr for Inclusion & Diversity 4630
The Manager works to advance initiatives of a culturally responsive and informed campus. Serves to ensure USD’s compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) federal regulations and CalNAGPRA’s state regulations. Manages inventory and repatriation of Native American artifacts and ancestors and works to implement and strengthen USD’s NAGPRA/CalNAGPRA informed Policy 2.12 - Policy on Repatriation of Cultural Heritage Materials.
Deputy Director of Athletics/Chief Operating Officer for Athletics Administrator, Athletics 4991
The Deputy Director of Athletics/Chief Operating Officer for Athletics will oversee the day to day activities of the athletic department, and will serve in place of the Executive Director of Athletics as needed
Parking Services Greeter Staff, Parking Services 4996
The Parking Services Greeters staff the two campus entrance kiosks. The primary duties are to assist with the various access and informational needs of all USD visitors, students, faculty, and staff.
Community Director - 11 month Administrator, Student Affairs 4976
The CD provides 24-hour oversight of a specific residential area housing anywhere from 350 – 660 students, may serve as the CD for one or multiple residential areas, and/or work with specialized programs within the university’s two-year residency requirement. The residential program encompasses first-year living and learning program with significant faculty collaboration, a second-year program, and upper-class/graduate and law student housing options. The CD fosters individual growth and personal development of the Resident Assistants, hall council members, and all residents alike.
Berts Bistro - Senior Supervisor Staff, Dining Services 4978
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a Senior Supervisor is working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
International Program and Recruitment Coordinator Staff, Continuing Education 4971
Under direction of the Marketing Manager, the International Program and Recruitment Coordinator is assigned to work on international efforts for the Division of Professional and Continuing Education to: 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; manage agents and collaboration agreement with businesses and institutions of higher education, and is responsible for creating brand promise and attributes that are unique and important to the target audience for each program or degree presented to the marketplace, developing compelling messaging campaigns, and stewarding the campaign process with all stake holders.
Assistant Director for Community Engagement Administrator, School of Leadership and Education Sciences 4970
The position requires an individual dedicated to engagement with students, faculty, community stakeholders, and administrators; and invested in social justice, equity, and inclusiveness. Strong administrative and organizational skills, combined with a sense of mission for the department, are also needed, as is a sincere commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion.
Expression of Interest: Lecturer - Department of Learning & Teaching, SOLES - Assessment of K-12 Students Faculty, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Expression of Interest 4946
The Department of Learning and Teaching is seeking college instructors or credentialled public school personnel with a minimum of 5 years K-12 classroom experience capable of teaching Assessment of K-12 students.
Expression of Interest: Lecturer - Department of Learning & Teaching, SOLES - Positive Behavior Supports for Family, School, and Community Engagement Faculty, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Expression of Interest 4947
The Department of Learning and Teaching is seeking college instructors or credentialled public school personnel with a minimum of 5 years of K-12 classroom experience capable of teaching Positive Behavior Supports for Family, School, and Community Engagement.
Expression of Interest: Lecturer - Department of Learning & Teaching, SOLES - Educational Research Methods Faculty, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Expression of Interest 4948
The Department of Learning and Teaching is seeking college instructors or credentialled public school personnel with a minimum of 5 years of K-12 classroom experience capable of teaching Educational Research Methods.
Expression of Interest: Lecturer - Department of Learning & Teaching, SOLES - Methods of Language & Literacy Faculty, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Expression of Interest 4949
The Department of Learning and Teaching is seeking college instructors or credentialled public school personnel with a minimum of 5 years of K-12 classroom experience capable of teaching Methods of Language & Literacy.
Lecturer - Marketing Department, Knauss School of Business Faculty, School of Business, Expression of Interest 4973
The Marketing Department seeks broadly trained marketing professionals capable of teaching the introductory marketing course (MKTG 300: Fundamentals of Marketing). Assignment to this course is considered lecturer and nonbenefit based. A course consists of 3 units of teaching credit and the maximum allowable for each non-benefits based instructor is 6 units per semester. Episodic need begins Spring '25 semester (end Jan- May).
Assistant Softball Coach Administrator, Athletics 4965
The assistant softball coach will assist the head coach in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, practice/game planning and coaching, individual skill development, and administrative tasks. The assistant coach will assist with positional duties as assigned by the Head Coach.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Administrator, Athletics 4963
The Assistant Athletic Trainer 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; organization and administration; and education and counseling of athletes, as outlined by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).
Assistant Director of Strategic Communications Administrator, Athletics 4967
The Assistant Director for Strategic Communications assists the Director of Strategic Communications and the Associate AD for External Affairs with all strategic communication and digital efforts for USD’s 17 NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams.
Executive Assistant I, College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4954
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. This is an on-campus position supporting the academic department of English.
Cook - Sushi Staff, Dining Services 4959
The Cook - Sushi is responsible for providing skilled assistance in the supervision and preparation of all Sushi food production, maintenance of quality and/or portion control, and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards.
Executive Assistant I, College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4953
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.
Senior Benefits Analyst Administrator, Human Resources 4945
Research, analyze, evaluate, and administer USD’s benefit programs. Responsible for managing employee leaves of absence as well as WorkDay benefits system administration and reporting.

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