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Executive Director of Administration Malibu Campus
The University's Executive Director of Administration is a key member of the Executive Vice President's leadership team, reporting directly to the Associate Vice President for Administration. In this role, the Executive Director oversees short and long-term projects and assignments across various University areas, aiming to maximize overall institutional performance, effectiveness, and efficiency. This involves coordinating with team members, tracking progress, identifying areas for improvement, and developing strategies to address them while ensuring timely and successful project completion. Additionally, the Executive Director works on institutional initiatives, coordinates presentations, and assists with the development of policies, analyses, benchmarks, reorganizations, and reports as needed. They also stay up-to-date with industry trends and best practices to provide the most relevant and innovative solutions. The Executive Director of Administration must possess highly developed analytic and tactical thinking skills, along with a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in various formats, particularly in writing. Collaboration and cooperation are paramount in this role, requiring the ability to develop relationships and seamlessly integrate into established teams without creating divisions. Professionalism with grace is imperative. In addition to embodying these qualities, the Executive Director plays a key role in establishing a model workplace culture that aligns with Pepperdine's mission, vision, and strategic plan. This includes pursuing excellence in all aspects of work, fostering unity, and honoring each individual team member.
Specialist, Moving and Setup Malibu Campus
The Specialist, Moving and Setup will facilitate and handle University property, furniture and equipment; place and arrange equipment and furniture for University events and moving projects; process all inventory items for the Warehouse utilizing a computerized inventory control system, including receipt confirmations, stock issuing and records maintenance; perform other related duties as assigned. This position also operates Warehouse Forklift and Material Handling equipment in the performance of duties.
Rise Program Specialist Malibu Campus
The Resilience-Informed Skills Education Program (RISE) Specialist will coordinate and deliver resilience education and programs to students. The program specialist will equip, empower and educate students with wellness skills and resources to promote life-long resilience. This position will partner and collaborate with other departments, as needed, to promote student health and wellness. This is a restricted full-time position.
Research and Instruction Librarian Malibu Campus
The Research and Instruction Librarian provides information literacy instruction and research consultation services while serving as a liaison to faculty in assigned subject areas. This position, which enjoys faculty status, supports academic excellence and Christian values by collaborating with other librarians and campus partners to develop instructional materials and to evaluate, select, and review information resources. In alignment with the University’s mission and strategic plan, the person in this position establishes and maintains engagement with students, faculty, and staff to support their research, teaching, and learning needs.
Marketing and Publicity Manager, Center for the Arts Malibu Campus
The Integrated Marketing Communications department advances is directly tasked with supporting Pepperdine 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 communications strategies. As a member of IMC, the Marketing and Publicity Manager supports the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts and the Seaver College Fine Arts Division by promoting and publicizing presentations, performances, and exhibitions to members of the Pepperdine community as well as surrounding communities. The Marketing and Publicity Manager develops compelling marketing and publicity materials for internal and external audiences, disseminating them across multiple print and digital platforms. The Marketing and Publicity Manager also works closely with members of IMC who assist with design, copy-writing, public relations, and social media campaigns that promote and publicize events, performances, and exhibitions. The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University includes the 450-seat Smothers Theatre, the 118-seat Raitt Recital Hall, the 100-seat Lindhurst Theatre, and the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art. Each season, the Marketing and Publicity Manager supports marketing and publicity efforts for approximately 30 professional presentations a year, 10 Fine Arts Division performances, and 4 museum exhibitions.
Project Manager West LA Campus
The Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) is at the forefront of transforming education through innovative online/hybrid programs and events. We are seeking a highly organized and detail-oriented Project Manager familiar with higher education and online program management. The ideal candidate will have project management experience and strong skills in developing and overseeing work plans. This role requires excellent communication skills, strong leadership abilities, and a passion for education.
Senior Learning Experience Designer, Education Division West LA Campus
The Senior Learning Experience Designer coordinates the day-to-day operations of the GSEP instructional design team and liaises with departments, programs, and colleagues to elevate teaching and learning at GSEP.
Instructional Designer West LA Campus
The Instructional Designer at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology contributes to GSEP's strategic vision for technology and learning. This position acts as a vital member of GSEP’s teaching and learning community by working with the graduate school internal Information Technology staff to develop instructional faculty development plans, online instructional design, and research advances in course development technologies.
Booth Officer Malibu Campus
The Booth Officer will play a critical role in welcoming faculty, staff, students, and visitors to campus while also identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential security threats at our campus entrances. The Department of Public Safety at Pepperdine University maintains a hospitable and secure campus environment while respecting the rights and dignity of each individual, in line with the University’s Christian mission. Through education, enforcement, emergency response, and 24/7 services, Public Safety Officers play a critical role in creating and maintaining a welcoming, respectful, safe, and peaceful campus community.
Assistant to the Associate Dean for Student and Faculty Development, Seaver College Malibu Campus
This position supports the associate dean for student and faculty development at Seaver College and serves as 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, positive interaction with students and faculty; correspondence by phone, email, and letter; planning events on and off campus; maintaining the associate dean’s calendar; scheduling appointments and committee meetings; timely submission of reimbursements and credit-card substantiation; taking minutes at meetings; coordinating student employment in the Faculty-Student Mentor Program; and assisting with special projects such as faculty orientation and mentoring, faculty development and community-building, grant and sabbatical application processes, and commencement.
PGBS Adjunct Faculty Pool (Online) West LA Campus
Under the supervision of the Department Chair, adjunct faculty members are responsible for teaching assigned courses in accordance with learning objectives. Adjunct faculty positions are temporary positions, based on need and availability in a geographical area. Pepperdine seeks individuals willing to share expertise and knowledge and capable of teaching in a virtual environment.
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.
PGBS Adjunct Faculty Pool West LA Campus
Under the supervision of the Department Chair, adjunct faculty members are responsible for teaching assigned courses in accordance with learning objectives. Adjunct faculty positions are temporary positions, based on need and availability in a geographical area. Pepperdine seeks individuals willing to contribute to the University and PGBS missions and to teach on various Pepperdine campuses, especially in Malibu and Calabasas. Learn more about our programs on our website.
Accessibility Specialist Malibu Campus
The Accessibility Specialist works with administrators, faculty, and staff across the all schools of the University to ensure access to classes, programs, and facilities for students with disabilities. Specifically, this position interacts with students as a compassionate listener as they apply for disability accommodations, reviewing medical documentation and helping to determine reasonable accommodations.
Assistant Director, Prospect Development Training and Support Malibu Campus
The Assistant Director, Prospect Development Training and Support is primarily responsible for the management of training, policies, and processes for Pepperdine’s advancement database, the Raiser’s Edge (RE/NXT) toward best practice data access, data entry, and data management. Working closely with subject matter experts across Advancement, this position will develop and manage a modular training program and accompanying documentation library for all RE/NXT users. This position will also partner with Prospect Development colleagues to develop and maintain data integrity reports in support of individual, departmental, and institutional goals and priorities to ensure data hygiene. The Assistant Director, Prospect Development Training and Support reports to the Director of Prospect Development.
Custodian 1 Malibu Campus
Under direction of the Supervisor, Custodial Services for the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), and in collaboration with your colleagues, perform physical labor for a wide variety of custodial and maintenance duties in order to provide a clean, orderly, and safe environment. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to initiate and deliver high quality custodial services in a timely manner.
Automotive Mechanic Malibu Campus
The Automotive Mechanic will perform major and minor tune-ups; replace brake shoes and pads; perform routine lubrications; keep repair records on all fleet vehicles; rebuild carburetors; perform other related duties as assigned.
Assistant Director of Administration Malibu Campus
Under general supervision of the Director of Administration for Planning, Operations, and Construction (POC), assist in managing departmental administrative responsibilities for POC by facilitating and implementing processes and procedures related to contract administration, project resource management, and stakeholder relationships.
Client Technologies Analyst, AV Technologies Malibu Campus
Works under the direction of Audio-Visual Technologies Manager or Team Lead to provide technical assistance, support, and training to faculty, staff, and students at the Malibu Campus. Helps manage classroom technology as well as provides support for select university events.
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.

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