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Assistant Director, Dispute Resolution Program Malibu Campus
Duties Plan and coordinate international graduate student administration and services. Participate in recruitment and activities for the law school's international LLM and Dispute Resolution programs. Provide information and guidance on the law school and its programs and admission requirements. Identify, develop and maintain new domestic and international partnerships to expand the law school's international student enrollment and training programs. Coordinate and present information sessions at schools and organizations. Serve as the programs' initial contact for prospective students. Conduct orientation programs and informational presentations for international students. Collaborate with faculty and administrators in the development of dispute resolution programs.
Academic Data Coordinator and Assistant to the Senior Associate Dean Malibu Campus
The purpose of this position is to assist the Senior Associate Dean and support the Seaver Deans Office. This position supports the University's mission and strategic plan through the assistance it provides to one of Seaver's key decision-makers, the Senior Associate Dean of the college. The person in this position also interacts directly with faculty and students, providing them with necessary tools and resources.
Assistant Director, Fully Employed Programs West LA Campus, Encino Graduate Campus
The Assistant Director serves as an integral member of the Advisement Team, with the goal of supporting the academic progress, retention, and successful degree completion of students enrolled in the part-time and online programs at the Graziadio School of Business and Management. Under the supervision of the Director of Program Advisement and Student Support, the incumbent is responsible for advising a caseload of 200-250 students and plays an active role in the development, implementation, and evaluation of student support resources and strategies on behalf of the Program Office.
Director for Development, Graziadio School of Business and Management Malibu Campus
The Director of Development will have primary responsibility for developing, organizing, leading, and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program and strategies for the Graziadio School of Business and Management and plays an important front-line fundraising role. As a major gift officer, this position will be expected to personally raise major gifts in support of the dean’s fundraising priorities, focusing on donors with a capacity of $25,000 to $1M+. In addition, the Director of Development will mentor and supervise the Director, Executive Associates, the annual giving officer at the Graziadio School of Business and Management whose primary focus is on gifts of $1K to $25K. The success of our mission to strengthen lives for purpose, service, and leadership depends in a large part on strong financial support from donors who enable us to provide the facilities, programs, faculty, and opportunities necessary to provide stellar, mission driven programs for our students.
Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian Malibu Campus
The Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian is a key member of the team of librarians and staff who together manage the operations of the graduate campus libraries at Pepperdine University. The Librarian is a creative and dynamic leader responsible for carrying out services to support learning, research, and teaching. The Librarian works closely with colleagues on both the Malibu campus and at Pepperdine graduate campus locations around the Los Angeles area. The Librarian interacts with faculty in the Graduate Business and Public Policy Schools, and participates in the design and delivery of services and programs that effectively promote use of the libraries collections, services, and expertise.
Sponsored Research Project Coordinator Malibu Campus
The position of sponsored research project coordinator is one that entails assisting Pepperdine in administering innovation and research and development projects related to future educational environments, research in the learning sciences, and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. This position is sponsored by and dependent on external funding. It reports to the principal investigator leading the projects and is responsible for operational management of these projects.
Temporary Mail Clerk Malibu Campus
The Temporary Mail Clerks are to provide support with heavy volume of packages at the beginning of the spring semester.
Marketing Specialist West LA Campus
The Marketing Specialist is responsible for managing the data and analytics of the comprehensive Marketing and Enrollment division. This role supports GSEP Internet marketing initiatives, website tracking and updates, all enrollment and marketing reports, and all data and content for social media platforms. This includes creating and administering conversation data, lead generation reports, support with Marketing and Recruitment plan. Support all departs with in the Enrollment Management Division and GSEP as a whole.
Enrollment Services Processor West LA Campus
The Enrollment Services Processor is responsible for managing work flow to meet deadlines as well as maintaining and updating business processes. Ensures the University stays up to date in the knowledge and use of multiple data systems, including but not limited to People Soft, SalesForce, data imaging systems, and on-line application system. Responsible for collecting and tracking admissions files. Creates and coordinates communication amongst students regarding admission status. Responsible for maintaining SEVIS and international student data collection. Performs process audits on student enrollment processes to ensure matriculation.
Alumni Relations Specialist West LA Campus
The Alumni Relations Specialist is responsible for managing the data and analytics of a comprehensive alumni relations program that supports the college's fundraising initiatives. This program increases and encourages meaningful alumni engagement across a wide range of graduates and GSEP alumni. This includes creating and administering engagement survey to alumni, supporting outreach and alumni events throughout the year including communications and publications. These publications and communications include newsletters, electronic and multiple social media platforms. Maintain Alumni Database and provide reporting as needed for decision making.
Office Administrator Malibu Campus
The Office Administrator supports students with disabilities and the staff of the Disability Services Office.
Restricted Administrative Assistant Malibu Campus
The Administrative Assistant is to support the Executive Director of the Palmer Center with administrative tasks, and monthly events and annual dinners, both on and off campus.
Client Technology Analyst, WLA Lab West LA Campus
This position provides technical assistance to staff and faculty; 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 draining 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.
Strategic Project Associate Malibu Campus
The Strategic Project Associate serves the Pepperdine community in administrative support and special project assignments throughout the University. This position formally reports to Human Resources and moves between short-term assignments in University departments as needed and as appropriate. Upon initial employment, the staff member will participate in a professional development program, hosted by Human Resources, designed to give a broad overview of the University's mission, organization and business operations. Employees serving in this role will receive University benefits and will be expected to work a regular, full-time schedule.
Lead Client Technologies Analyst, Graduate School of Education and Psychology West LA Campus
The Lead Client Technologies Analyst, Graduate School of Education and Psychology supports the technology needs of faculty and staff in Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
Clerical Temporary Pool Malibu Campus, West LA Campus, Irvine Graduate Campus, Encino Graduate Campus, Westlake Graduate Campus, Calabasas Campus
The Human Resources department, of Pepperdine University, maintains a list of individuals with strong general office, clerical and administrative skills who are available, often at short notice, to serve short-term, temporary assignments in various University departments. Assignments are available on multiple campuses, and lengths generally range from one day to several weeks. Working as a member of the Temporary Pool is an excellent way to become more familiar with Pepperdine, its people, campuses and values.
Program Analyst West LA Campus
The Program Analyst is to increase the digital footprint of GSEP staff and faculty using data and reporting analytics to make informed pedagogical and business decisions. George Pepperdine envisioned an institution where the faculty and staff would endeavor to transform student lives. In the current digital age, data assists in making critical decisions that strengthen and purpose our founder's mission and vision.
Systems and Data Administrator Malibu Campus
The Systems and Data Administrator promotes the University mission by safeguarding University data and working towards implementing new, beneficial applications.
Class Giving Officer, Graduate Schools Malibu Campus
The Pepperdine Fund Class Giving Officer will develop and execute multiple campaigns to create a culture of philanthropy at the Pepperdine University graduate schools. This position will be responsible for the programs and events that educate, convert and steward graduate students so they become donors both before they graduate and after they achieve alumni status. The Class Giving Officer position will have a significant impact on the annual giving program's sustainability. Converting current graduate students into educated donors while they are at Pepperdine is vital in order to create a future marked by a vibrant alumni donor base. Student and alumni giving through successful appeal campaigns supports both the financial needs the University must fulfill to accomplish its strategic plan and counts as a proxy vote of satisfaction for Pepperdine when it comes to university rankings.
Graphic Designer Calabasas Campus
The Graphic Designer plays a vital role in leading the creative communications process for Pepperdine University and its five schools. As part of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) at Pepperdine, this position is responsible for many of the University's high profile communications pieces and serves a key communication liaison for the team. Under the supervision of the Creative Director, the Graphic Designer will assist the director and other IMC staff in designing major communications pieces that reach Pepperdine’s largest, external audiences. The Graphic Designer has the tools to create, integrate, analyze, synthesize and visualize vast amounts of information. Collaborates with production artists, photographers, illustrators, prepress technicians, printers and anyone else who is involved in the development of a project.

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