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Position Position Type Posting # Closes
Tram Driver Staff, Tram Services 4067
The tram driver supports the University and department mission to offer quality service and create a welcoming environment. Under supervision, this position is responsible for the operation of a tram designed to carry up to 30 passengers on and off campus.
Cook Staff, Dining Services 4200
The Cook is responsible for providing skilled assistance in the supervision and preparation of all food production, maintenance of quality and/or portion control, and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards.
Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian Faculty, Copley Library 4196
The University of San Diego’s (USD) Copley Library welcomes applications for Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian. This 12-month tenure-track faculty position serves onsite in Copley’s newly renovated library.
Assistant Controller Administrator, Finance 4190
Serving as a key member of the financial management team, the Assistant Controller is an active participant in helping the university to meet its financial accounting objectives. This position manages the accounting office and oversees the maintenance of the university’s general ledger, exercising professional accounting judgment as necessary. The Assistant Controller plays a prominent role in the university’s internal control and technology initiatives.
Associate Vice President, Finance Administrator, Finance 4193
The Associate Vice President for Finance serves as a key member of the Finance Office’s leadership team, and is an active participant in helping the university meet its financial and strategic objectives. As a trusted advisor and collaborative colleague, the Associate Vice President supports the university’s fundamental commitment to the highest standards of ethics, integrity and conduct.
Director, Black Student Resource Commons Administrator, Student Affairs 4179
The University of San Diego invites inquiries, applications and nominations for the position of Director, Black Student Resource Commons. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Life, the Director serves as a model of Black excellence at the University of San Diego. This position is a principal advisor to the USD community on the experience of Black undergraduate and graduate students. Central to the work of the entire Student Affairs Division is a focus on the quality of the student learning experience as embodied in the Thriving Student Model, which seeks to facilitate a holistic leading edge co-curricular experience grounded in inclusion, diversity and equity. In support of this focus, the Director works closely with the Assistant Vice President for Student Life, peers within “The Commons,” faculty members and other colleagues within the Division as well as across campus in implementing institutional and divisional goals, programs, and learning outcomes that reflect an integrated approach to student learning and help create a seamless learning environment where Black students can thrive and experience a sense of belonging. The Commons is a collective of identity spaces that includes the Black Student Resource Commons, LGBTQ+ & Allies Commons, United Front Multicultural Commons, and Women’s Commons. The Commons builds coalitions, amplifies student voices, designs strategic solutions, and reciprocally supports one another in our campus change efforts through a Black, queer feminist lens.
Mental Health Counselor Administrator, Student Affairs 4180
The Division of Student Affairs seeks an individual with a strong commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism and a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The role of the Mental Health Counselor/Staff Psychologist in supporting students and the USD Community responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university’s contemporary Roman Catholic mission and commitment to creating an equitable, welcoming community for all.
Executive Assistant I, College of Arts and Sciences Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4185
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 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.
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.
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.
Custodial Service Coordinator Staff, Facilities 4164
The Custodial Service Coordinator provides routine and non-routine support associated with the daily cleaning of buildings.
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.
NOTICE OF FILING OF LABOR CONDITION APPLICATION Administrator, Human Resources 4160
NA - Required posting notice
Director of Sustainability Administrator, Facilities 4145
The Director of Sustainability oversees the management, implementation and development of a comprehensive sustainability program with the mission to minimize USD's environmental footprint, support new initiatives for sustainable development, encourage and promote integration and collaboration with USD's academic, research and educational programs, and realize meaningful operational cost savings through efficiency programs.
Public Safety Officer Staff, Public Safety 4037
Provides a wide range of services to the University community including crime prevention, crime control, parking control and furnishing aid and information to the campus community and visitors. Duties include responding to 911 emergency-style calls, investigating alarms, responding to crimes in progress and scenes of past crimes or incidents. The public safety officer will understand the diverse and cultural aspects of the University community. The public safety officer performs duties in cooperation with the San Diego Police Department and local fire and medical services to minimize harm to victims, witnesses to crimes, and those responding or involved in emergency situations. Routine duties include responding to non-emergency calls for service, providing information, collaborating with student organizations, staff, faculty, and students residing in campus housing to reduce crime and fear, as well as, investigating and preparing written reports on crime, accidents, and injuries.
Dispatcher (Temporary) Staff, Public Safety 4114
This is a part-time, temporary, non-benefit based position with an anticipated end date of September 1, 2022. The dispatcher is generally the first point of contact for the campus community, faculty, staff, students, guests, and visitors needing information or assistance from Public Safety. The dispatcher is responsible for maintaining effective and efficient communications between public safety officers, kiosk officers, outside emergency and law enforcement agencies, the university community, and visiting public.
Notice of Filing of Labor Condition Application Faculty, Human Resources 4140
NA - Required posting notice
Director of Marketing and Communications Administrator, College of Arts and Sciences 4126
The Director of Marketing and Communications has the responsibility for leading the development and implementation of marketing, branding, communications (internal and external) and public relations strategies across the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and its departments.

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