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Manager, Institutional Review Board West LA Campus
The Manager of Pepperdine University's Institutional Review Board (IRB) will provide the administrative and technical support for the day-to-day activities of the Graduate and Professional Schools' (GPS) and Seaver Institutional Research Boards (IRB) and provide student, staff, and faculty advisement regarding the IRB submission process. This position supports the protection of human subjects, compliance issues, and ethical practices in research for Pepperdine University's five schools.
Digital Marketing and Analytics Manager West LA Campus
The Digital Marketing & Analytics Manager serves as the primary data analyst for marketing, with a strong secondary role assisting in the management of online marketing for lead acquisition, focused primarily on organic website, search, display, email, paid social and affiliate channel tactics. The role will assist the Associate Director of Digital Marketing in planning and lead flow management, monitoring, and reporting across all programs, utilizing reporting tools to develop and run reports from various university systems.This role requires technical skills in the areas of Google AdWords, Facebook, LinkedIn, and CRM marketing automation/email campaign analytics, and will help the marketing team to grow customer acquisition efforts and ROI through continuous optimization, testing, and experimenting with messaging and other strategies in partnership with digital agency partners and internal stakeholders. In addition, the role will assist with web content management, technical edits and quality assurance, and is responsible for supporting the business school websites to ensure they are search engine optimized and meet WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines. This role promotes the mission of the University through the enhancement and management of web content which promotes the school’s overall digital presence and program interest.
Weight Room Attendant Malibu Campus
Contribute to the University's overall health and fitness by opening and monitoring the FFH weight room and other Campus Recreation weight facilities including general maintenance, student scheduling, and reporting.
Special Programs Manager Malibu Campus
The Special Programs Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, and overseeing films, events, the bi-monthly farmers market, and Pepperdine-generated programs ensuring excellence in the execution of events and overnight stays as an outstanding exemplar for the Pepperdine community. The Special Programs Manager will be responsible for hiring, training, and managing student employees to assist in duties, and coordinating components for the successful implementation of client services, including but not limited to contracts, insurance compliance, accounts payables and receivables, AV technical assistance, and program expansion. An ability to create and maintain exceptional relationships with clients both internal and external to the University are essential to the position. Development of strong working relationships with campus partners, such as Housing and Residence Life, Dining Services, Public Safety, Information Technology, Facilities, Athletics, and more are also required. Additionally, the Special Programs Manager must be willing to work flexible hours, including late nights and weekends. The Special Programs Manager will report to the Director of Special Programs and assist in strategizing efforts for increasing revenue through efficient, mission-aligned use of the University's campuses and centers.
Resilience Program Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Resilience Program Coordinator will manage and deliver proactive resilience programs that empower students to identify needs and access resources on an off campus to promote their health and wellbeing. This position addresses student health, wellness and resilience through research, education and campus programming. This role will work collaboratively with campus partners to promote student wellness campus wide. Programming efforts include but are not limited to relational health, mental health, nutrition, physical activity, time management, stress management, social wellbeing, sleep, financial health, and spiritual formation. The Resilience Program Coordinator will also work with campus partners to secure grants and other forms of funding to enhance the program.
Temporary Talent Management Specialist West LA Campus
The Temporary Talent Management Specialist (TM Specialist) is in charge of supporting the Talent Management department in the hiring, on-boarding and staff development areas at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP). Some key responsibilities will be managing application inquires, interview processes, on-boarding checklists, staff development opportunities, and monthly staff meetings.
Program Assistant: Foster Grandparents Program (Temporary) West LA Campus
The Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) is a grant funded program managed under the auspices of the Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. The Program Assistant is responsible for volunteer recruitment, placement and support of the Foster Grandparent Program. The Program Assistant provides oversight of approximately volunteers 81 placed at up to 20 volunteer stations located primarily in Service Planning Areas (SPA) number 6, 7 and 8. The Program Assistant is to ensure that volunteers have the resources and support needed in order to continue service within the community.
Junior Advisor, Recruitment and Advising West LA Campus
This position reports to the Director of Fully-Employed Program Recruitment and is an entry-level, recruiter position that provides support to the fully-employed graduate programs at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School (PGBS). In collaboration with various PGBS business units, this position is responsible for supporting the holistic admissions process of generating qualified applicants through prospecting, community and business development, lead nurturing, and yield efforts.
Graphic Design and Print Production Assistant Malibu Campus
The Graphic Design and Print Production Assistant provides valuable services such as graphic design, printing, and binding to Pepperdine students and staff. This position is responsible for typesetting, layout, prepress, operating Ricoh sheetfed digital color presses and the binding equipment in the Printing Services department. This role will be required to work in both the Calabasas and Malibu campus locations. He/she will help students and staff to produce print projects including but not limited to: documents, posters, pamphlets, brochures and bound materials from digital files, graphics, and design software. This position will follow the Living Pepperdine standards in day to day work; participate in Daily Line-Ups and be able to articulate how the standards tie to daily work.
Business Assessment Analyst Calabasas Campus
The Business Assessment Analyst reports to the Associate Provost of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as data analyst for assessment and accreditation software systems (Watermark, Portfolium, and Interfolio). The incumbent will work with vendors and internal IT teams to ensure data accuracy and quality, provide reports for the purposes of assessment and accreditation and train students, faculty and staff to use software applications. This position is required to develop data reports for faculty at regular intervals that will be used for program planning and improvement.
Resident Director Malibu Campus
Resident Directors (RD) serve as ministers, professionals, mentors, educators, and scholar-practitioners. Their primary function is to build community within the assigned residential area. This position contributes and supports the University's mission and strategic plan by enhancing the learning experience by fostering a safe, caring, respectful and dynamic on-campus residential community.
Pepperdine Fund Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Pepperdine Fund Coordinator supports all aspects of the annual giving office's fundraising efforts. The position exists to facilitate all campaigns and all mass appeal initiatives. The Coordinator role provides direct support to the Senior Manager and Associate Director, and together they help fulfill the overall objectives of the department, directly impacting the University's goal of creating a vibrant alumni donor base. Alumni giving, via successful mass appeals, bridges the financial gap that the University must overcome to accomplish its strategic plan, and additionally, counts as a proxy vote of satisfaction for Pepperdine as measured by University rankings.
Administrative Assistant, Seaver Student Success Center Malibu Campus
The administrative coordinator will serve as the first point of contact for students, parents and prospective students seeking information about the Student Success Center (SSC). Secondly, this position facilitates the on-going, and day-to-day administrative activities within the Success Center; working closely with the director and assistant director of student services. This position would advance goals 1 and 5 specifically of the University Strategic Plan: 1) Advance student learning and superior scholarship and 5) Develop resources that support the aspiration to be a premier, global Christian university. Additionally, the position contributes to the mission by recognizing the student as the center of the academic enterprise and a person of infinite dignity.
Office Manager Malibu Campus
The Office Manager, Insurance oversees the daily operations of the department to assist in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for the campus community. Duties include working with the university insurance portfolio, maintaining the driver database and fleet roster, and providing high quality customer service. This position collaborates regularly with the internal constituents across the University and external constituents. The manager is supervised by the Insurance Director.
Assistant to the Office of the General Counsel and Assurance & Advisory Services Malibu Campus
Serve as primary point of contact and assist with special projects and the day-to-day administrative work essential for the smooth operation of the Assurance & Advisory Services and the Office of General Counsel.
Enrollment Services Officer West LA Campus
This role contributes to the development of the strategic and tactical marketing and recruitment plan, which is developed collaboratively with the marketing team. Provides important insights and recommendations, based on his/her recruitment data and experience, for achieving the annual enrollment goals. Utilizes CRM database to track leads and contacts individuals who have indicated an interest in the assigned programs. This role encourages them to attend an information briefing or otherwise furthering their interest in the programs. Updates database as necessary.
Assistant Director, Systems & Immigration Malibu Campus
The purpose of this role is to serve the University and international students as a Designated Student Official (DSO) to reach, advise, educate, and encourage university and student compliance with US federal regulations. Additionally, this role directly assesses and develops solutions utilizing technology to improve university and unit level processes related to international students' immigration status, as well as ensure data integrity and compliance with US government reporting requirements.
Counselor/AOD Program Assistant Malibu Campus
This position provides counseling services to currently enrolled Pepperdine students. The successful candidate will also promote mental health on campus via the development of outreach/prevention programming, with content focusing on alcohol and other drugs. As a staff member in Student Affairs who works closely with students, this person serves as a Christian role model to students. In the Counseling Center, we seek to hire, retain, and mentor talented employees who share a love for Pepperdine, its students, and its mission. With psychological wellness in place, students are able to fulfill the University's mission -- strengthening students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.
Alumni Relations Analyst West LA Campus
The position is responsible for assisting the Director of Alumni Relations in increasing alumni engagement by managing the data and analytics of a comprehensive alumni relations program that supports Pepperdine University and GSEP’s fundraising initiatives. The Alumni Relations Specialist will communicate with alumni using electronic and multiple social media platforms, create publications such as a newsletter, and assist the Director of Alumni Relations in planning, coordinating, and implementing events to promote Alumni Relations and GSEP in general. This position will also maintain the alumni database and provide reporting as needed for decision making, as well as work collaboratively on programs and events with the departments and committees within GSEP, the faculty in the Education and Psychology divisions, the Office of Alumni Affairs, and the Alumni Leadership Council.
Warehouse/Service Specialist 1 Malibu Campus
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.

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