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Total Compensation Manager Malibu Campus
The Total Compensation Manager serves to administer the University's healthcare, retirement, and voluntary benefit programs. While managing compliance with local and federal regulations, ensuring quality and accuracy in enrollments and payroll deductions, this position also serves to promote Pepperdine's rich total compensation package to current and prospective employees, educating the University's workforce to ensure the highest positive impact of all offerings. The successful candidate will have great attention to detail and possess a welcoming spirit with extraordinary communication skills, as well as the demonstrated ability to manage numerous competing priorities in a fast-paced, high-volume environment, reflecting the University's mission and values in all interactions.
Landscaper Malibu Campus
Under direction of the Lead Landscaper in the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), performs all aspects of University grounds maintenance for the Landscape Services division to ensure an aesthetically pleasing, safe, and clean University environment. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to complete assignments in a high quality and timely manner.
Makerspace Specialist Malibu Campus
Working closely with both the Director of the Genesis Lab and the Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian, the Makerspace Specialist is responsible for maintaining Pepperdine Libraries’ makerspaces and promoting the use of their emerging technologies to faculty, students, and staff. The Makerspace Specialist works in the Payson Library Genesis Lab Makerspace and the new Drescher Library iLab, which are both located on Pepperdine University’s Malibu campus. The Genesis Lab is Pepperdine Libraries' flagship makerspace and home for emerging technologies. An array of high-tech and low-tech resources are available, inviting creative minds to utilize technology in this innovative space. Its resources can be accessed for academic projects, personal projects, or general exploration. The Drescher Library iLab, an innovation lab geared toward graduate students and faculty, is anticipated to open in Fall 2022. This new initiative presents an exciting opportunity for the person in this position to contribute ideas and shape the offerings of the iLab. The ideal candidate for this position has a desire to learn and develop new skills related to emerging technologies. While the candidate should have demonstrated experience in this area, on the job training will be provided for any gaps in technological knowledge or skills. Current undergraduate students with an anticipated graduation date of Spring/Summer 2022 are welcome to apply; part-time work may be available in anticipation of degree completion.
Coordinator, Recruitment Malibu Campus
The purpose of this position is to provide administrative support to the Recruitment department through efficient management of resources, excellent customer service and effective coordination of assigned tasks. This position directly supports the University's mission and strategic plan by sharing our commitment to transform students' lives through education by supporting prospective student efforts to join the Pepperdine learning community.
Graduate Programs Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Graduate Programs Coordinator reports to the Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and provides support for three graduate law programs and one J.D. certificate program: an online Master's Degree in Legal Studies; an online Master's Degree in Dispute Resolution; an online Master of Laws (LLM) in Dispute Resolution; and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Entertainment, Media and Sports Law (EMS). The Program Coordinator is responsible for administrative duties associated with the marketing, recruitment, admissions, and student & faculty support aspects of the programs. This role requires the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. Excellent organization and communication skills are essential. The Program Coordinator not only works with a large amount of information (processing and maintenance) but also represents the programs and School of Law to potential students while providing support to current students. The position would provide a great deal of variety in day-to-day work and room to grow based on your interests and skill sets.
Registered Nurse (RN) Malibu Campus
Performs a variety of medical back office duties and procedures at an expert technical level. The RN is the first line support for the medical practitioners and provides oversight for MAs. Performs nursing duties as triage, wound care, medication and immunization administration, and phlebotomy, point of care testing, patient education and emergency response. As a staff member in the Student Affairs department who works closely with students, this person serves as a Christian role model to students.
Multi-Craftsman II Malibu Campus
Under direction of the Manager of Maintenance Services and Supervisor of Maintenance Services for the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), and in collaboration with your colleagues, provide multi-craftsman oriented maintenance services to support University operations, including painting, carpentry, roofing, masonry, cabinetry, drywall, windows and coverings, and flooring. Complete repairs and renovation work utilizing plans, specifications, and verbal instructions. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to initiate and deliver professional, quality results in a timely manner.
Director, Alumni Engagement Malibu Campus
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Engagement and Mass Appeal, the Director of Alumni Engagement is responsible for implementing the alumni engagement strategic plan and managing staff. The position contributes to the University's mission by helping the process of developing alumni who lead "lives of purpose, service, and leadership". It supports the University strategic plan through building community and enduring alumni loyalty by engaging alumni through in-person and online communities.
Social Media Manager Calabasas Campus
The Social Media Manager is responsible for developing the enterprise social media strategy for Pepperdine, engaging the Pepperdine community and public through social media platforms, elevating and strengthening the University brand in the social media environment, and providing integrated support to Pepperdine's schools and departments in their implementation of social media initiatives. Integrated Marketing Communications is directly tasked with supporting the University's mission and strategic plan by building brand equity, elevating the University's national reputation, providing strong and consistent institutional message leadership, and implementing effective integrated marketing and communication strategies. The Social Media Manager fulfills a central role in helping the department accomplish its goals.
Executive Director, Center for Estate and Gift Planning Malibu Campus
The Executive Director of the Center for Estate and Gift Planning (CEGP) provides strategic leadership for the University’s planned giving efforts. This individual is responsible for securing legacy gifts to Pepperdine University and stewarding long-term relationships with planned giving donors. Planned giving provides critical support for Pepperdine students, faculty, schools, and programs, allowing Pepperdine to achieve and maintain the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values and to strengthen students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. Planned giving fundraising is an essential component to meeting the University’s fundraising goals and strategic plans.
Temporary Talent Pool Malibu Campus, West LA Campus, Irvine Graduate Campus, Encino Graduate Campus, Calabasas Campus
Human Resources is glad to provide qualified individuals the opportunity to serve in Pepperdine’s temporary talent pool, responding to on-call, short-term, temporary assignments across University administration and all five schools.  These temporary assignments are a wonderful way to become familiar with the people and departments of Pepperdine. Serving in the temporary talent pool is ideal for anyone seeking to gain additional experience or familiarity with the University as they explore full-time work opportunities, as well as those seeking flexible, varied, and/or short-term work opportunities.
Custodian II Malibu Campus
The Custodian Level II physically completes the various tasks required to maintain assigned buildings and areas, generally, but not exclusively, within the student residential community, in a clean and orderly condition. A person in this position engages in the work of cleaning campus facilities, according to instructions and/or documented best practices. This work includes performing heavy cleaning duties, such as: cleaning floors, shampooing rugs, washing walls and glass, cleaning showers and restroom, cleaning stoves and gas bar-b-que grills, cleaning laundry rooms, emptying all interior trash containers and removing litter and rubbish from building front and rear entrances. Duties also include reporting any safety concerns or unsafe conditions that require correction, or any other items needing repairs, immediately reporting any accidents or injuries to their supervisor, performing physical work to complete the cleaning of assigned area in the time allotted, advising lead when workload or conditions encountered will cause the assignment to not be completed in the allotted time, and accepting changes in work assignments demonstrating a commitment to flexibility and teamwork. The Custodian II is also responsible for ensuring that all work is accomplished in a safe manner at all times, in compliance with adopted standards, and for striving to produce the best possible results. This includes, but is not limited to, the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (P.P.E.) and the following of safe work practices. Occasionally, the work assigned to the Custodian II requires that person to work in facilities outside of the student residential community, sometimes including traveling to other locations. The work assigned to this position occurs within shared student living spaces. It is imperative that resident students, and their guests, are treated with utmost courtesy and that their privacy is respected at all times.
Program Assistant: Foster Grandparents Program West LA Campus
The Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) is a grant-funded program managed under the auspices of Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. The Program Assistant provides case management and volunteer support. Together with the Program Administrator, the Program Assistant provides oversight of approximately 150+ volunteers placed at up to 20 stations located primarily in Service Planning Areas (SPA) 4, 6, 7 and 8. The Program Assistant performs administrative duties, such as: answering phones and emails, filing, and managing schedules, while also assisting with volunteer and program support. The Program Assistant is to help ensure that all of the files are compliant and audit-ready per federal, state, and local requirements.
Manager, Stewardship Malibu Campus
This individual in this role will manage and lead the implementation of stewardship programs for individuals and organizations funding scholarships throughout the five Pepperdine schools. In addition, this position manages correspondence to donors on behalf of the Vice President for Advancement and Chief Development Officer and audits and adjusts budgets to maintain annual payouts that collaborate with donor wishes and financial aid compliance for students at all five Pepperdine schools.
Senior Security Analyst, Information Security Office (ISO) Malibu Campus
This position plans and implements information security for the University.
Administrative Assistant Malibu Campus
The Administrative Assistant will perform day-to-day administrative, special project, and clerical work essential for the smooth operation of the General Counsel Area (includes the Office of the General Counsel and Assurance and Advisory Services). The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks and be able to work both independently and in collaboration with other areas of administration. This person must be exceedingly well-organized and enjoy the administrative challenges inherent in supporting an office with diverse projects and rapidly-changing priorities. The ability to interact with staff (at all levels) in a fast-paced environment, under pressure, while remaining positive, flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient is essential. High levels of professionalism and confidentiality are crucial to this role. The person in this position must utilize problem solving skills on a myriad of levels, using discernment to efficiently and effectively rearrange complex schedules. It is vital for this person to be able to assess the status quo and the desired final product, and then create an appropriate action plan. Advanced written and verbal communication skills, strong decision-making ability, and attention to details are equally important.
Supervisor, Custodial Services Malibu Campus
Under the direction of the Manager of Custodial Services in the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), supervises all aspects of the Custodial Services division to ensure an efficiently functioning, safe, and clean environment in which the University can live, learn, and work. Supervises Custodial Services personnel and oversees relevant cleaning, pest control, waste management, and event support processes.
Landscape Equipment Operator Malibu Campus
Under the direction of the Lead Landscaper in the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), performs all aspects of University equipment use and maintenance for the Landscape Services division to ensure an aesthetically pleasing, safe, and clean University environment. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to complete assignments in high quality and timely manner.
Associate Director of Planning, Operations, and Construction Malibu Campus
Under general supervision of the Director of Planning, Operations, and Construction, manages departmental administrative processes for Planning, Operations, and Construction (“POC”). Facilitates and implements process and procedures related to contract administration, permitting, archives, space management, information technology, and project resource management.
Academic Advisor, Fully-Employed Program Administration Calabasas Campus
To support the academic progress, retention, and successful program completion of students enrolled in the part-time programs offered at the Graziadio Business School. To assist in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of program advisement protocols and initiatives that enhance the value and effectiveness of services provided by the Program Office.

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