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Coordinator, SPP Advancement and Davenport Institute Malibu Campus
This position will provide support services for the Director of Development at the School of Public Policy and the Executive Director of the Davenport Institute. These duties include prospect research, correspondence, gift fulfillment, events/meeting management, travel & expense reports, mailings, support of grant research/writing, and work with various vendors. This position actively supports the University's mission at all times and supports the strategic plan by effectively carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the position.
Manager, IT Administration Malibu Campus
The Manager of IT Administration oversees and manages all IT administrative and general business operational processes for the entire IT division.
Engagement Learning Specialist Malibu Campus
The Human Resources Engagement Learning Specialist is responsible for offering first-class engagement initiatives, learning and wellness workshops, and community events to Pepperdine faculty and staff to further the University’s mission. Promoting overall health, belonging, and community, the Engagement Learning Specialist oversees immaculate planning for these highly visible in-person and virtual initiatives, including advanced coordination and communication, tech set-up and support, day-of management, and vendor/speaker payments. This position works closely with the Operations team to draft community emails, make updates to the HR blog and website, and provide backup phone coverage. This position must communicate excellence and provide the highest level of customer service, maintaining attention to the smallest details.
Manager, Data Resources Malibu Campus
This Manager, Data Resources serves as the project manager and liaison between Advancement Services and the Pepperdine Fund (Pepperdine’s Annual Giving Team) for all data, gifts, reporting and analytics relating to mass appeals. This position reports to the Director of Advancement Services and works closely with colleagues in Advancement and all frontline fundraisers.
Admissions and Office Manager Malibu Campus
Execute the primary functions of the Office of Student Services related to the tasks associated with admissions and office management, providing full service recruitment and admissions services to prospective applicants and students to the School of Public Policy. Manage recruitment and admissions services, including recruitment fairs and information sessions; communicate with and manage inquiries, leads, applicants, and admitted students; process applications. Serve as the primary recruitment data analyst for CRM. Monitor effectiveness of marketing campaigns and other recruitment initiatives (email campaigns, events, and advertising). Manage all CRM and ERP systems and admission statuses. Act as the admissions point of contact for transcript evaluation. Coordinate admission and scholarship committee meetings and manage data to ensure current and accurate information. Oversee official transcript submission for deposited students. Ensure information is accurately maintained and uploaded into PeopleSoft. Answer email inquiries, phone, and in-person/virtual interactions and manage the recruitment calendar, and campus visits. Manage administrative functions including event, faculty, and staff administrative support; mail services; reconcile and substantiate departmental credit card statements, including employee reimbursements; order business cards; manage materials inventory; pay invoices and serve as primary point of contact with the University Cashier’s Office and execute all cash/check deposit transactions. Develop and maintain files, including purchase orders, memberships, and partnership agreements; scan and store admission files for compliance; serve on various University committees, assist with enrollment services, academic advising, financial aid processing, and professional development and alumni relations; hire, train, and manage student workers and provide day-to-day supervision; perform other duties as assigned.
PsyD Program Administrative Assistant West LA Campus
Under the supervision of the PsyD Associate Program Director, the PsyD Administrative Assistant provides support on a broad range of tasks to the PsyD Program Director, faculty, staff and administration in order to accomplish the functions, goals and objectives of the Psychology Doctoral Program in the Psychology and Education Division. Tasks and responsibilities are determined by division priorities. The primary focus of the position is to support administrative activities to ensure that the functions, goals and objectives of the office are accomplished and PsyD Division faculty and students are supported. The PsyD Program Administrative Assistant works closely with the PsyD Associate Program Director, PsyD Program Director, the Associate Dean of Psychology, and the Psy.D. Executive Committee to support the effective administration of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) Program. The primary focus of the position is to assist in implementing the policies and procedures that govern the daily operation of program. Particular emphasis is placed on data and information management in student matriculation, clinical training and career progression.
Director of Pre-Health Advising Malibu Campus
The Director of Pre-Health Advising will coordinate, organize, and co-lead (with the Faculty Advisor) pre-health advising activities at Seaver College.
Talent Manager West LA Campus
The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate hiring logistics for GSEP staff and students and support the Offices of Talent Management and GSEP Administration. The Talent Manager offers support for staff recruitment, hiring, onboarding, professional development, offboarding, events, and special projects. The position manages student employment, the I9 processes, training, and new hire paperwork. Additionally, the Talent Manager provides administrative support and coverage to the Office Coordinator which includes front desk assistance, welcoming visitors, faculty, and staff, and maintaining the GSEP lobby.
Enrollment Processor, Online Psychology Programs West LA Campus
The Enrollment Processor Online Programs is responsible for managing workflow to meet deadlines as well as maintaining and updating business processes. This position ensures the University stays up to date in the knowledge and use of multiple data systems, including but not limited to PeopleSoft, SalesForce, Etrieve, data warehouse systems, FTP and data migration platforms, data imaging systems, and online application systems. The candidate will also be responsible for collecting and tracking admissions files and creating and coordinating communication among students regarding admission status. In addition, the Enrollment Services Processor will be charged with maintaining SEVIS and international student data collection and performing process audits on student enrollment processes to ensure matriculation.
Administrative Assistant, Seaver College Malibu Campus
This position supports the work of the associate dean for student and faculty development at Seaver College and is an important member of the dynamic administrative team in the office of the Dean of Seaver College. Responsibilities include daily support for the work of the associate dean, such as professional interaction with students and faculty, correspondence by phone and email, appointment scheduling, reimbursements and credit-card substantiation, meeting minutes, and assisting with special projects that include planning faculty orientation, mentoring, development and community-building events; grant and sabbatical application processes; and commencement.
Student Services Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Student Services Coordinator provides superior front-line customer service for current students, prospective students, alumni, and the general public.
Financial Assistance Office Manager Malibu Campus
The Financial Assistance Office Manager manages all front desk responsibilities. These include, but are not limited to, hiring and supervising student workers (who are the primary point of contact for students, families and other departments), routing emails, incoming mail, phone calls, walk-in traffic, scheduling appointments and assisting students and families with appeals. This position will serve as the main point-of-contact for students, families, and student workers, working to communicate effectively with them on an intellectual, emotional, and spiritual level to ensure they understand the financial assistance process.
Lead Client Technologies Analyst, Audio Visual Technologies Malibu Campus
Works under the direction of Audio Visual Technologies Manager to provide technical assistance, support, and training to faculty, staff, and students at the Malibu Campus. Exercises a deep understanding of internal processes and works to improve processes. Specializes in leading select operations and initiatives including student workers and phone support. Helps manage classroom technology as well as provides support for university events.
Student Accounts Coordinator West LA Campus
The Student Accounts Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to deliver professional customer service to students regarding student accounts and related student issues and to maintain GSEP students’ accounts in accordance with the University established policies & federal regulations. In addition, the Student Accounts Coordinator serves as a member of GSEP’s Student Financials team and provides support to the Financial Aid and Student Services departments.
Administrative Assistant Malibu Campus
The Pepperdine University Counseling Center is a confidential space where students can receive support around a variety of mental health concerns ranging widely in focus and severity. The Administrative Assistant creates a warm and welcoming environment at the Center by offering excellent customer service and sustaining a harmonious ambiance for all who enter. By facilitating students' mental health care, this position helps strengthen students so that they are able to make the most of their Pepperdine education, and lead a life of purpose, service, and leadership.
Project Manager Calabasas Campus
The Project Manager for Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) plays a critical role in the daily operations of the department. The Project Manager is responsible for coordinating, administering, and supporting projects and initiatives within the department . The position provides leadership in the areas of stakeholder communications, and project workflow processes and systems. This role will use project management principles and tools to review, prioritize and source projects to meet business objectives and timelines throughout Pepperdine. The Project Manager reports to the Interim Director of Operations for Integrated Marketing Communications. 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 Project Manager fulfills a central role in helping the department accomplish its goals.
Financial and Data Administrator Malibu Campus
The purpose of the Financial and Data Administrator is to facilitate the utilization of Malibu campus room and board via daily audits, collaboration with financial services, facilitate the ongoing and day-to-day processes of meal plan management, and supporting the Associate Director for Occupancy and Systems. This includes all processes for fall, winter break, spring, summer sessions 1, 2, and 3 and all special request housing including but not limited to extensions and early arrivals. The Systems Administrator will support related software for HRL (StarRez). This position will also process all internal requisitions, invoices, and credit card substantiation and reallocations for Housing and Residence Life. As a staff member in Student Affairs who works closely with students, this person serves as a Christian role model to students.
Career Design Counselor West LA Campus
The primary purpose of this position is to provide GSEP students and alumni with direct career development support through one-on-one career counseling/consultation and group presentations/programs. The Career Design Counselor works with GSEP students and alumni to address career concerns by empowering each individuals’ self-efficacy and honoring the intersectionality of identities through their unique career journey of purpose, service, and leadership. Specifically, they will support clients embarking on a career transition, preparing for career advancement, engaging in career clarification, navigating workplace dynamics, and launching their own business or practice. The counselor will apply major career development theories and research; examine the implications of socio-cultural factors on career development, work transitions and the career counseling process; administer and interpret career counseling assessments; utilize relevant counseling interventions and apply current labor market research for today’s global economy. They address the intersections of career and life roles and respond to career/work related issues for majority and marginalized groups.
Financial Aid Advisor West LA Campus
As a Christian University, Pepperdine is committed to serving students with a holistic approach to address their individual needs in a supportive, student-centered environment. The Financial Aid Advisor’s primary responsibility is to promote a student-centered environment by engaging and supporting students with all aspects of the financial aid process at GSEP with care, compassion, and professionalism. This position also provides assistance with federal and institutional aid processing as well as administers key functions to ensure seamless student financial aid services, contributes to effective enrollment management and assures customers' satisfaction.
Client Technologies Analyst West LA Campus
This position provides technical assistance to staff, faculty, and occasionally students; actively assist in maintenance and support of computer desktops, laptops, and peripherals; assists supervisor with installations and upgrades; works with staff to ensure that services and support expectations are being met; provides documentation and training resources to staff and faculty; participates in new student orientation events; coordinates the use and reservations of resources; coordinates hardware and software support for special events; other duties as assigned. This position provides maintenance and support for basic client products, peripherals, network, and physical moves. Works on one project at a time and is a project team member.

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