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Accountant Malibu Campus
This position supports the University's mission because successful project and facilities management for University planning and operations requires financial oversight on a continual basis. This department assists in construction, remodel, furniture and campus planning requests. This position will be responsible for a broad array of business functions related to the operations of POC, Design and Construction (DDC) and Facilities Services (DFS). This position manages all financial matters for POC, DDC, and DFS, including analyzing financial information and preparing financial reports.
Building Maintenance Technician, Second Shift Malibu Campus
Under direction of the Manager of Mechanical Services and Lead Technician for the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), and in collaboration with your colleagues, perform various skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance of machinery, buildings, and equipment throughout campus facilities during the night shift on assigned days of the week from 3:15 pm to 12:00 am. Shall perform work at a skilled level in several trades including carpentry, plumbing, minor electrical, and mechanical, and do related work as required. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to deliver high quality work and customer service in a timely manner.
Data Analyst, Marketing West LA Campus
Serves as chief data knowledge, financial performance, and insights analyst for enrollment marketing, with strong secondary role as deputy planner/project manager supporting Director, Enrollment Marketing. This position designs and develops marketing insight and data analysis reports across all degree programs. Position also manages the marketing budget and spend per program analysis and recommends annual financial investments based upon channel performance and overall enrollment goals.
Divisional Director of Institutional Effectiveness West LA Campus
The Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) Education Division is seeking an experienced and dynamic education professional to lead their accreditation and program assessment efforts.  The Director will provide leadership, in cooperation with Seaver College and GSEP faculty, the Associate Dean’s office and the program directors in Education Programs, both at Seaver College and GSEP, in the further design and development of the University’s overall assessment program with a priority given to academic assessment. The Director will assist in the development of systems to gather for Education Programs at Seaver College and GSEP needed data using LiveText, will assist in gathering unit-wide and program-specific data, and will be involved in the analysis of data and other information in order for the Education Programs to function more effectively and meet its mission and learning outcomes. The Director will also serve as the accreditation liaison with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) to help meet accreditation requirements. In addition, the Director will perform support services for the Education academic departments at Seaver College and GSEP; work on various committees; and engage in a program of professional development, scholarship, and research. Candidates should have a strong commitment to educational access, equity, and diversity, including the ability to work effectively with underserved, non-traditional, and underprepared college students. The University is committed to fostering a global perspective.
Temporary Part-Time Counselor Pool Malibu Campus
The Pepperdine Counseling Center hires temporary part-time licensed counseling staff throughout the year according to client demand, space constraints, and counselor availability. If you are interested in such temporary work in the near future, please continue and submit an application. Please do not expect a phone call about your Part-Time Counselor Pool application until we have an opening.
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.
Temporary Residential Custodian Malibu Campus
The Residential Custodian 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 ad rear entrances. Duties also include reporting an safety concerns or unsafe conditions that require correction, or any other items needing repairs. The Residential Custodian 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. Occasionally, the work assigned to Residential Custodian requires that person to work in facilities outside of the student residential community, sometimes including traveling to other locations. The person in this position also completes the cleaning of some exterior areas with the student apartment hallways as an example.
Director, Intercultural Affairs Malibu Campus
The Director of Intercultural Affairs is responsible for a wide variety of administrative, advisory, and supervisory duties related to intercultural and diversity education programs, student services, and the college student experience. The director will: lead a dynamic. comprehensive department that provides first-rate student development, learning experiences, and support services that prepare students from diverse backgrounds with intercultural knowledge, competencies, and skills through the co-curriculum; create an environment that inspires innovation, effective student learning and development, and engages students in active learning; promote Christian faith and character formation and holistic student learning and development, enabling students to develop coherent values, ethical standards, and a framework for understanding diversity and inclusion; set and communicate a vision of high expectations for student learning; build supportive, inclusive, and accessible communities through programs, services, and faculty access; improve student engagement and institutional performance through rigorous assessment and evaluation practices; effectively utilize and manage University resources toward the accomplishment of mission goals; forge educational partnerships that advance student learning and development; create, encourage and support professional and staff development through active participation and contribution to professional organizations, training and education programs, individual mentoring, and team development. The core programs and services in the department include; intercultural education through first year experience programs, orientation, and training; leadership development and advising through student organizations (environmental, ethic, international, cultural, etc.) and student programming; special events, programs, and campus traditions and risk management.
Librarian for Emerging Technology and Digital Projects Malibu Campus
The Librarian for Emerging Technology and Digital Projects spearheads the selection and implementation of emerging technology for Pepperdine Libraries. Through managing the Academic Center for Excellence and co-directing the Genesis Lab makerspace, this position is responsible for developing and executing programs that make use of emerging technology in order to support and advance technology-based information seeking and knowledge navigation.
Landscaper Malibu Campus
Maintain University grounds by completing assigned landscape maintenance or grounds keeping activities, such as litter and trash removal; planting and maintaining ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers, lawns, and hardscape; as well as applying fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemicals, according to instructions or documented best practices. The completion of other work including campus brush clearance, erosion control, preparation of campus areas for special events, and other special project work is also a responsibility of this position. The Landscaper physically completes the various tasks required to maintain the university grounds. This work includes, but is not limited to: mowing, trimming, cutting, blowing, watering, power washing, etc. The Landscaper is responsible for ensuring that all work is accomplished in a safe manner at all times, in compliance with adopted standards, while striving to produce the best possible results. The Landscaper is also responsible for answering inquiries from visitors or university community members regarding methods and materials, or general inquiries about the university, in a professional manner.
Irrigation Specialist Malibu Campus
Under general supervision of the Lead Irrigation Specialist of Landscape Services for the Department of Facilities Services (“DFS”), and in collaboration with your colleagues, assist in maintaining the University grounds by completing assigned irrigation system maintenance activities, and related tasks to ensure the success and good appearance of campus landscaping.
Administrative Coordinator Malibu Campus
Assist with special projects and the day-to-day administrative work essential for the smooth operation of the Auditing Services Department and the Office of General Counsel.
Director for Strategic Employer Partnerships Malibu Campus
This person will work on behalf of the Seaver College Career Center to develop outreach and engagement strategies to deepen Pepperdine’s connection to top strategic employers and alumni, parents, and donors. The intent is to create and enhance student talent/hiring pipelines with high-profile, mission-fit organizations that yield internships and employment. The director will ensure that these employers have an exceptional experience with Seaver College and will invite those who are alumni, parents, and donors to become involved in student mentoring, company tours, and other professional development activities. This person will create world-class employer engagement operations and communications and support their efforts through a constituent relationship management (CRM) tool. While serving as an external face for the Career Center, this role will pursue and encourage Pepperdine’s alumni, parents, and donors, as well as top tier companies to meaningfully engage with students in ways that positively impact post-Pepperdine employment and graduate school outcomes.
Manager, International Programs Malibu Campus
Provides academic management and enrollment management support for International Programs. Enables students to have a successful academic experience abroad through academic advising, course registration, internship interviews and preparation, evaluations of programs, and supporting students as they prepare for the abroad experience.
Senior Lead Developer, CRM Calabasas Campus
Reporting to the Associate Director, CRM the Senior Lead Developer, CRM will provide technical supervision and leadership for the university's CRM system, Salesforce and will be responsible for the design, implementation, management, and support of the CRM platform and its integrated applications. The incumbent will be involved in the development process, including visiting with users to analyze processes, studying feasibility, designing, gathering feedback, and implementation of Salesforce related applications. Responsibilities include managing the CRM in the general areas of security, backups, reliability, and automation.
Team Leader, Audio Visual Technologies Malibu Campus
The Team Lead, Audio/Visual Technologies, will work closely with the Seaver College Technology Liaisons and Graduate Campus support staff to insure that all classroom technology is functioning and will constantly look for ways to improve the end user’s experience.
Irvine Graduate Campus Librarian Irvine Graduate Campus
The Irvine 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 dynamic leader, responsible for carrying out services to support learning, research, and teaching in a creative manner. The Librarian works closely with colleagues on the Malibu campus and with colleagues at Pepperdine graduate campus locations around the Los Angeles area. The Librarian interacts with faculty in the Graduate Business, Education, and Psychology Schools, and participates in the design and delivery of services and programs that innovatively promote use of the libraries collections, services, and expertise.
Administrative Assistant Calabasas Campus
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 Administrative Assistant fulfills a central role in the daily operations of the department. The position provides critical support in the areas of administrative support, office administration, marketing, and project work flow processes.
Director for Library Advancement and Public Affairs Malibu Campus
Pepperdine Libraries invites applications for the position of Director for Library Advancement and Public Affairs. The Director, who serves on the Dean’s administrative team, works closely with a variety of partners throughout the Pepperdine community to develop and lead a multi-faceted fundraising, marketing, and cultural programming effort for the Pepperdine Libraries. This position will strategically communicate and advance the mission of the Libraries.
Sr Client Technologies Analyst, AV Technologies Malibu Campus
The Senior Client Technologies Analyst serves to help faculty effectively apply technology to achieve academic goals. This technology includes audio-visual technology, classroom technology, live event technology, video conferencing technology and other various technologies that are in use at the campus. This individual will work directly with faculty and divisions to provide technology-related project consultation, coordination and production; to manage technology resources; to provide just-in-time training and support; and to assist with technology research, planning, acquisition, and implementation within an academic context. This position also maintains database for tracking inventory of all IT owned audio visual equipment, facilities maintenance and repair of audio visual equipment, consults with IT and other university departments in selection and purchase of new and replacement audio visual equipment; researches new techniques and emerging technologies to develop cost effective solutions for new purchases and upgrades.

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