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Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations Athletics, Facilities, Administrator 3497
The Assistant Director for Facilities and Operation is responsible for many of the Athletic Facility operations as they relate to set-up and preparation for events. Duties include physical set-up and tear-down of equipment for events, coordination of load-in/load-out for events, and interaction with Athletic Department Officials in coordinating game and practice logistics, physical set-up and tear-down of athletic contests, event management, and scheduling of the Athletic Department’s fleet of vehicles. This position will participate in the training, and evaluating of student and part-time employees and on-site vendors for event management. Position is responsible for liaising with campus maintenance personnel for the successful operation of facilities.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Tenure Track School of Nursing and Health Science, Faculty 3518
The Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science invites applications for a Full-time Assistant/Associate/Full Professor to teach in graduate nursing programs.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Cultural Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences, Faculty 3477
The Department of Anthropology at the University of San Diego invites applications for a one-year visiting assistant professor position to begin in August 2021. We seek a broadly-trained Cultural Anthropologist who will participate in undergraduate teaching.
Programmer Analyst II Information Technology Services, Administrator 3487
The Programmer Analyst II is a hands-on technical position that is responsible for providing high quality technology solutions to business departments across the University. The position pro-actively implements and takes ownership of system production issues and development projects as assigned by the Manager and Lead Developer. This position will work directly with users to understand their technology needs and will prepare design documents, program, and test technical solutions. This position will assist in providing oversight for the technical maintenance of the various ERP application systems, smaller vendor applications, and interfaces between the various systems using best practices and following Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) procedures.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish College of Arts and Sciences, Faculty 3492
The Department of Languages, Cultures and Literatures at the University of San Diego seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish for a one-year position beginning September 1, 2021.
Full Time Adjunct Faculty, Electrical Engineering Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering, Faculty 3531
The Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of San Diego (USD) invites applications for a nine-month contract instructor position to provide in person teaching to begin September 1, 2021.
Program Officer: Women, Peace, and Security Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, Administrator 3493
Are you driven to amplify the impact of women peacebuilders globally and support them individually? Are you an innovative Women, Peace, and Security leader with a demonstrated track record of growing global programs and impact? The University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice is seeking a driven, entrepreneurial leader ready toshape what’s next in the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) field.The Program Officer for WPS sets the strategy for and leads the Kroc IPJ’s portfolio of WPS initiatives, including the Women PeaceMakers Fellowship and the Women Waging Peace Network. These programs will push forward the overall Kroc IPJ strategy, particularly our “Learning With” approach to co-creating actionable research that drives forward positive change in policy and practice. We are looking for a leader in the field of WPS with deep expertise and high-level experience at the national and global level on issues of gender, war, and peacebuilding. Strong candidates will have experience partnering with peacebuilders in areas of conflict experience, producing world-class applied research and resources, and demonstrated success with fundraising designed to grow initiatives and increase impact..Candidates should be ready to take on a tough, but hugely rewarding leadership challenge. As part of our university community, the Program Officer for WPS will be excited about connecting with and educating a broad range of audiences. They will embrace new and creative ways to engage students, faculty, and the general public, thereby contributing to raising the profile of the Kroc IPJ, the Kroc School of Peace Studies, and the University of San Diego.
Assistant Director of Operations for Banquets and Catering Dining Services, Hospitality Services, Administrator 3442
The Assistant Director of Operations is responsible for coordination and execution of the functional operation of the Banquets and Catering Department. The Assistant Director is responsible for the training, coordination and evaluation of full-time and part-time office and service staff. Oversees the daily execution of catered events. Assures quality customer service and customer satisfaction. Assistant Director will assist in the development of departmental goals. In the absence of the Director assumes complete responsibility for the Banquets and Catering Department.
Unit Leader Dining Services, Hospitality Services, Staff 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.
Transfer Program Coordinator Student Affairs, Administrator 3452
Facilitates the success of all transfer students through the transfer student onboarding experience and Transfer Learning Community (TLC) program, USD’s new student experience including the integrative learning core curriculum requirement, and social components. Creates and executes all aspects of the Transfer Student Fall and Spring Onboarding experiences. Implements all aspects of the TLC program; advises the Transfer Scholastic Assistant program including selection, training, supervision, and development of 20 student leaders, co-advises the Scholastic and Residential/Commuter Council. 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.
Asst Director CAS Undergrad Career Development Ctr Office of Career Services, Administrator 3456
The Assistant Director College of Arts and Sciences Career Development Center provides strategic oversight of career development in the College of Arts and Sciences and the COMPASS program. This role will manage the career counseling needs of CAS students and collaborate with faculty and the Dean's Office to ensure career-related programmatic needs are met.
Banquet Cook Dining Services, Staff 3362
The University seeks an individual with a strong interest in working in a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of a Banquet Cook working with the campus community and responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission.
Director of Brand Marketing and Creative School of Business, Administrator 3289
The Director of Brand Marketing and Creative has the primary responsibility for establishing, integrating and managing the brand of the USD School of Business, enhancing the reputation, promotion and visibility of the School to national and international audiences, and leading a team of marketing and communications professionals in achieving the school’s goals and objectives.
Assistant Director of Outreach and Recruitment School of Business, Administrator 3297
The Assistant Director of Outreach and Recruitment is responsible for ensuring the unique, differentiated product attributes and benefits of each School of Business academic program are clearly articulated and sold to targeted student segments.
Academic Technologies Coordinator School of Business, Staff 3330
The Academic Technologies Coordinator for the School of Business collaborates with faculty, staff, and students to effectively integrate the use of technology into curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular learning.
Student Professional Development Manager School of Business, Administrator 3336
The Student Professional Development Manager is responsible for enhancing the co/extracurricular activities for our students in support of the School of Business’ unique, holistic student experience. The Manager works closely with the applicable Center(s) of Distinction within the School of Business as well as faculty department chairs to provide career preparedness and network building opportunities that support students’ professional growth within a particular industry. The position collaborates with other School of Business employees, across academic program suites and with other support units at USD to improve student retention and support overall retention goals. The Manager also oversees student organizations and clubs as well as provides on-site support for student events related to their applicable program suite. The Manager is required to work some evenings and weekends to accommodate the schedules of various student classes and co/extracurricular activities.
Assistant Coach Men's Basketball Athletics, Administrator 2625
The Assistant Coach for Men's Basketball assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I program. This position also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Instructional Designer Information Technology Services, Administrator 3228
This is a full-time, benefits based temporary assignment with an anticipated end date of May 31, 2022. The Instructional Designer (ID) is responsible for curriculum design, development, implementation and maintenance of online and hybrid courses for the University of San Diego. The ID will collaborate with faculty and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and other key stakeholders (internal and external) to create high quality, academically rigorous, and engaging online courses across multi-discipline. ID’s will utilize expertise in Universal Design for Learning, adult learning theory, and online pedagogy to develop curriculum for courses and program level alignment and with adherence to USD’s standards of quality.
Director of Development, School of Business University Advancement, Administrator, School of Business 3107
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Business and the university as a whole.
Director of Development, School of Leadership and Education Sciences School of Leadership and Education Sciences, University Advancement, Administrator 3108
The director develops strategies for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors for all approved fundraising priorities at School of Leadership and Education Sciences and the university as a whole.

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