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Current Opportunities

Position Position Type Posting # Closes
Academic Advisor Staff, College of Arts and Sciences 4221
Provides culturally-competent supplemental academic advising and related proactive outreach and support directly for undergraduate students who are Undeclared or declared majors in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Legal Clinics Clerical Worker/Intake Specialist Staff, School of Law 4235
The USD Legal Clinics (“Legal Clinics”) are a small to mid-sized law office, providing free legal services in an academic setting to low-income and underserved clients in the San Diego community.
Project Manager - Affinaquest Administrator, Information Technology Services 4236
The Project Manager will provide strategic planning and project management for the University’s software and SaaS technology implementation of the Affinaquest solution, built on the Salesforce platform, which advances the organizational mission and vision under the direction of the Sr. Director of Enterprise Applications.
Assistant Football Coach Administrator, Athletics 4238
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I FCS Football program. The assistant coach will be fully responsible for making recommendations to the head coach for daily practices, game day, and for specified line-ups, teaching the specified schemes to the team and working with the other assistant coaches.
Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball Administrator, Athletics 4239
Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I women’s basketball program. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.
Director of University Galleries Administrator, Office of the Vice President and Provost 4151
The University of San Diego is searching for a dynamic Director of University Galleries, who will oversee a nimble exhibition program and purposefully focused collections that position the Galleries as a unique and vibrant model among west coast institutions. The Galleries collect and exhibit compelling works wrought by artists over time, focusing on prints—from Rembrandt to Julie Mehretu—photographs, time-based art, and Native American art and material culture. Engaging a broad audience of students, faculty, staff and interested community, the Galleries serve as places of encounter and learning, and of dialogue across disciplines.
Assistant Director for Strategic Communications Administrator, Athletics 4150
The Assistant Director for Strategic Communications assists the Director of Strategic Communications and the Senior Associate AD for External Affairs with all strategic communication and digital efforts for USD’s seventeen NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams.
Assistant Vice President for Student Life Administrator, Student Affairs 4232
The University of San Diego invites inquiries, applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Vice President for Student Life. Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA), the AVP is a member of the Student Affairs Leadership Council and serves as a principal advisor to the VPSA regarding practice and policy development. 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 leading edge co-curricular experience grounded in inclusion, diversity and equity.
Associate Director, The Commons (LGBTQ+) Administrator, University Wellness 4019
Under the guidance of the Director, Gender Identity Resources and collaborative direction of the Co-Directors, the Associate Director assists in the development, implementation and projects of The Commons. The Associate Director engages the University of San Diego Community in exploring and affirming the unique intersections of each person’s identities. The Associate Director is responsible for the on-going development, administration, and coordination of diversity, inclusion, and social justice efforts to improve campus climate and student equity, with a focus on supporting the LGBTQ+ Community. The Associate Director serves as a liaison and knowledge expert to the campus community regarding issues of diversity, inclusion and multicultural education; serves as an advocate for underrepresented and underserved groups with an emphasis on the LGBTQ+ Community; and works to create an inclusive campus environment. 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.
Lead Cook, La Paloma Café Staff, Dining Services 4228
The Lead Cook is responsible for aiding in the organization, coordination, and supervision of the preparation of hot food production, maintenance of quality and/or portion control, and the maintenance of sanitation and safety standards. The Lead Cook, under the supervision of the Chef, acts as a working supervisor in training, coordinating, and evaluating the work of the lower-level cooks
Academic Affairs Specialist Staff, School of Law 4211
Provides fiscal and administrative support for all aspects of the law school curriculum, including planning course assignments and schedules with direct support from the Vice Dean. Supervises the administrative needs of all 100+ adjunct and non-tenure track faculty. Manages all processing for new employment and rehires for all faculty each year, including Workday, I-9, background checks, etc.; approves timecards for adjunct faculty administrative tasks.
Assistant Director, Law Student Affairs Administrator, School of Law 4215
The Assistant Director for Law Student Affairs (Student Organizations) reports directly to the Associate Director for Law Student Affairs and is responsible for contributing to a positive student experience by providing continuity and consistency through oversight of student organizations and advocacy programs at USD, and providing academic advising for students.
Executive Assistant to the Dean Staff, School of Business 4205
The Executive Assistant to the Dean is a customer-oriented position that uses independent judgment to provide direct support to the Dean in a fast-paced executive office setting.
Mental Health Counselor Administrator, University Wellness 3994
The university seeks an individual with a strong interest in working at a mission driven, faith-based institution. The responsibilities of the position are significantly tethered in the university's contemporary Roman Catholic mission. Provide broad-spectrum, brief counseling and psychotherapy, psychological assessment, consultation, case management/care coordination, and crisis intervention to students. Participate in Center’s collaborative care services provided in coordination with our Student Health Center colleagues. Participate in culturally responsive outreach, training, and liaison activities, and provide services to diverse and under-served populations.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Administrator, Athletics 4212
The Assistant Athletic Trainer is responsible for all aspects of health care in the athletic environment. This includes prevention of athletic injuries; recognition and evaluation of injuries; management, treatment, and disposition of athletic injuries; rehabilitation of athletic injuries; organization and administration; and education and counseling of athletes, as outlined by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).
Associate Director of Career and Student Success Administrator, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies 4057
The Kroc School’s pedagogical model is grounded in the combination of theories and frameworks and their application (experience) in a variety of settings from the traditional classroom to consulting-style courses to semester-long externships. The Associate Director of Experiential Learning and Student Success (AD) will lead the growing portfolio of initiatives in experiential learning that further the School’s pedagogical goals and prepare students for purposeful careers.
Finance Manager Administrator, School of Business 4194
Under the general guidance of the Assistant Dean of Finance and Administration, the Finance Manager oversees the fiscal aspects of the Knauss School of Business to provide quality support of student learning and faculty achievement.
Telefunding Manager Administrator, University Advancement 4219
The Annual Giving telefunding manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the USD Annual Giving telefunding program and assists the associate director with other projects as assigned. The manager will oversee telefunding operations, including: hiring of staff, interaction with Human Resources and Payroll, script writing, budget management, equipment maintenance, and statistical reporting.
Assistant Director, Special Events Administrator, University Advancement 4220
The assistant director will oversee, organize, and produce events and activities, both on and off campus, for the Office of Special Events, departmental offices in University Advancement, the Office of the President. Events include, but are not limited to; donor recognition events, Homecoming and Family Week, Casino Night, Alumni Honors, Wine Classic, Founders Gala, building dedications, and other significant USD special events, campaign projects, and celebrations as directed. In addition to event planning, this position will have a role in managing all related activity tied to fundraising auctions at various events, which includes the identification, solicitation, and fulfillment of auction items.
ALSAM Program Coordinator Administrator, College of Arts and Sciences 4182
Performs detailed, complex administrative work for the ALSAM Bridging the Gap Support Fund program. Assists the Program Director in all aspects of the program. Is responsible for coordination and marketing of events sponsored by the ALSAM Bridging the Gap Support Fund program.

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