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Project Administrator, Career and Professional Development Malibu Campus
Responsible for providing project management, technology management, enhanced processes that lead to greater student experience and engagement. This position supports the mission of the school in developing values centered leaders for contemporary practice through education that is entrepreneurial in spirit, ethical in focus, and global in orientation. Through counseling and leadership, resources are provided that help students and alumni discover and build careers of purpose, service and leadership.
Program Associate, Online Programs West LA Campus
This position supports the Part-Time Programs Office's effective and efficient delivery of Online Programs at PGBS. This position coordinates and assists with various administrative and student support functions housed in the Part-Time Programs Office at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School. The Part-Time Programs Office is responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of graduate and undergraduate degree programs, designed for working professionals seeking a flexible and customizable educational experience. This particular position will be primarily dedicated to supporting the growing subset of programs delivered in the online format and the University’s mission to educate students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.
Environmental Health and Safety Specialist Malibu Campus
The Environmental Health and Safety Specialist provides strategic leadership for campus-wide safety and environmental health programs. This position collaborates regularly with internal constituents across the University and external constituents. This position is supervised by the Director of Insurance and Risk.
Faculty and Student Support Coordinator Malibu Campus
This position manages and supports the 85+ academic law school classes that are administered through the Straus Institute each year and the faculty who teach those classes. These classes are held over 4 different terms and utilize faculty who often are commuting to teach in intensive formats from other parts of the country and around the world. This person ensures that faculty and students are given the highest level of support. This person helps faculty with all of their class related needs including book orders, syllabi, posting of class materials, copies of exercises, managing assignments, ensuring grades are submitted on time and that feedback is available for students. Since many of Straus courses are offered in the evenings and/or on weekends, this person also makes sure that faculty have support after regular business hours. This position helps faculty with travel arrangements and expense reimbursements as needed. Students rely on this person for assistance accessing class materials on Courses (and occasionally instructions on how to use other platforms), help with submitting final assignments and managing extension requests. This position also manages and supervises all of the office student workers. Straus relies heavily on students to supplement our staff and has high expectations for work output and professionalism. This position is responsible for hiring, firing, training, supervising, scheduling and distributing work for all student workers.
Office Manager Malibu Campus
Serve as the office manager to maintain the administrative operations of the School of Public Policy (SPP) and provide support to the assistant dean for administration (“assistant dean”) and full-time, visiting, and adjunct faculty; serve as Human Resources liaison; manage new hire job description development, interviews, correspondence, paperwork, and compliance; oversee campus operations and facilities requests; maintain technical aspects of SPP including update databases and build reports (Raiser’s Edge, PeopleSoft, Microsoft Access), manage technology; responsible for faculty biographies and curriculum vita, maintain class rosters, update website, place book adoption orders, oversee syllabi development and distribution, manage syllabi archives and University Academic Council course adoptions and revisions, develop class schedules, class communications, rank, tenure, and promotion packages and communication, update and maintain full-time and adjunct faculty handbooks; budget and finance responsibilities include reallocation and substantiation of all credit cards for faculty, dean, and assistant dean for administration, serve as a requester for finance, audit credit card substantiations, and train new staff on PeopleSoft finance system; manage correspondence for student disciplinary hearings, scholarship thank you letter compliance, proof and edit publications, and prepare petitions for grade changes; conduct annual tuition, fee, and ranking studies; attend and assist at SPP conferences; plan academic events; maintain day-to-day operations through management of SPP inventory, centralized supply orders, facilitate prompt and courteous responses to inquiries from callers, maintain detailed confidential records, written correspondence, and financial files; manage calendar for the assistant dean and faculty; plan and execute travel arrangements for faculty and assistant dean; serve as liaison to senior University administrators and perform other duties as assigned.
Associate Director, Communications and Public Relations Calabasas Campus
The Associate Director of Communications and Public Relations supports Pepperdine’s integrated communications initiatives aimed at strengthening Pepperdine’s brand and national reputation through communications and public relations that increase brand awareness, enrollment, fundraising, and student engagement. 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 communications strategies.
Associate Director of Admission Malibu Campus
The Associate Director of Admission supervises the admission counselors for Seaver College, including but not limited to, goal setting, strategies, and cultivating a thriving working culture. The Associate Director manages personnel, chairs the Admission Committee, and serves on a variety of other committees. This position has a direct role in shaping the admitted class and determining and executing enrollment goals for Seaver College. They are responsible for cultivating brand awareness and volume at the top of the recruitment funnel. This position directly supports Goals 2, 4, and 5 of the strategic plan by attracting mission-fit applicants from diverse communities who see the value of a Seaver investment. Attention to counseling students about college access and fit with the university's many offerings enhance customer service and student satisfaction, forming alumni who will in turn expand the Pepperdine family on a global scale, consistent with Goal 3.
Program Coordinator, DBA and MSOD Program Administration West LA Campus
The purpose of this position is to support the operations of the DBA and MSOD programs through excellent administrative support to the program directors, students and faculty. This position manages the event planning and financial transactions for both programs by coordinating with internal and external stakeholders. This position will have a dual reporting structure to two Directors to improve and streamline administration of both programs. This position directly supports the University's mission and strategic plan by helping to better serve the students in the DBA and MSOD programs. It will also help to expand Pepperdine's reach to strengthen students' lives for purpose, service, and leadership.
Temporary Talent Pool Malibu Campus, West LA Campus, Irvine Graduate Campus, Encino Graduate Campus, Calabasas Campus
Human Resources is glad to provide qualified individuals the opportunity to serve in Pepperdine’s temporary talent pool, responding to on-call, short-term, temporary assignments across University administration and all five schools.  These temporary assignments are a wonderful way to become familiar with the people and departments of Pepperdine. Serving in the temporary talent pool is ideal for anyone seeking to gain additional experience or familiarity with the University as they explore full-time work opportunities, as well as those seeking flexible, varied, and/or short-term work opportunities.
Business Analyst West LA Campus
The basic purpose of this position 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.
Creative Maker Space Technologist Malibu Campus
Working closely with both the Director of the Genesis Lab and the Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian, the Creative Maker Space Technologist works in the Payson Library Genesis Lab Maker Space and the new Drescher Library iLab on Pepperdine University’s Malibu campus. The Creative Maker Space Technologist is responsible for maintaining both maker spaces and promoting the use of their emerging technologies to faculty, students, and staff, thus supporting teaching, learning, and research.
Advisor, Recruitment & Advising West LA Campus
The primary purpose of this position is to recruit qualified, fully-employed, business professionals to the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School (PGBS) Part-Time MBA program. This position is responsible for cultivating relationships for pipeline generation purposes and proactively engaging with new and existing leads by conducting email and call campaigns, individual consultations and facilitating class visits, student panels, information sessions, virtual and in class presentations, and other in person and virtual engagement events and activities. The Recruitment Advisor will join the Part-Time recruitment team and will be expected to work in collaboration with teammates and peers across three verticals (Full-Time, Part-Time, and Executive programs) to promote the Pepperdine University and Graziadio Business School mission and purpose and inspire prospective students to pursue their graduate business education.
Assistant Director, Full-Time MBA Career Services Malibu Campus
Responsible for providing for the FTMBA project managementThe Assistant Director, Full-Time MBA Career Services is responsible for providing for the FTMBA project management, coaching and counseling, career planning, individual assessment, and job search support. This position supports the mission of the school in developing values centered leaders for contemporary practice through education that is entrepreneurial in spirit, ethical in focus, and global in orientation. Through counseling and leadership, resources are provided that help students and alumni discover and build careers of purpose, service and le
Operations Manager Calabasas Campus
The Operations Manager for Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) plays a critical role in the daily operations of the department. The Operations Manager coordinates all administrative office processes including internal department procedures along with IMC purchasing and contract support. This role utilizes all university financial systems for managing purchasing, recharges, budget transfers and contract processing. An additional element of this role is the ongoing administration and coordination of events and classes that use the Pepperdine classroom at Staples Center. This aspect of the Operations Manager role will also require some travel and evening hours. The Operations 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 Operations Manager fulfills a central role in helping the department accomplish its goals.
Sr. Technology Trainer Malibu Campus
Works closely with the Manager of Technology & Learning and IT Training to assess the technology training needs of constituents using university-wide technology and to create, lead, and promote a culture of continual learning and digital literacy at Pepperdine University.
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.
Public Services Assistant Malibu Campus
The purpose of the Public Services Assistant position is to staff the circulation desk and be responsible for the general operations of the Law Library during evenings and weekends. The position offers excellent customer service to the Law Library’s patrons and thus embodies the mission of the University. Physical presence at the workplace is a requirement of this position.
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Senior Director of Development, Caruso School of Law Malibu Campus
The Assistant Vice Chancellor and Senior Director of Development will have primary responsibility for developing, organizing, leading, and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program and strategies for the Caruso School of Law 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 $100K to $1M+. In addition, the Assistant Vice Chancellor and Senior Director of Development will mentor and supervise the Director, Law Associates, the annual giving officer at the Caruso School of Law 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.
Receptionist West LA Campus
The Receptionist is the face and first point-of-contact for Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, and plays an integral role in fulfilling its mission to promote transformational learning, create applied knowledge, and equip students to become Best for the World Leaders. The receptionist is responsible for creating a welcoming, positive and service-oriented environment where each member of the community is treated with dignity, trust and respect, and knows that they belong. As such, the Receptionist demonstrates the highest degrees of professionalism, warmth, organizational familiarity, and ultimately, customer service, at all times and with all internal and external constituents contacting and visiting Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s West LA campus; providing consistent, comprehensive reception desk and phone coverage, supporting the general facility and operational needs of the West LA campus, facilitating non-academic space reservations, and maintaining heightened protocols for cleanliness, safety, appearance, and inventory of common areas.
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.

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