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Clerical Temporary Pool, West LA Campus West LA Campus
The Human Resources department at 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 generally range from one day to several weeks or months. Working as a member of the Temporary Pool is an excellent way to become more familiar with Pepperdine, its people, campuses and values.
Strategic Project Associate, West LA Campus West LA Campus
The Strategic Project Associate serves the Pepperdine community in administrative support and special project assignments throughout the University's departments in the West LA campus. 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.
Customer Service Liaison Malibu Campus
The customer service liaison is responsible for all service functions of the printing services department. This position provides a valuable service to Pepperdine students, faculty and staff and is responsible for scheduling printing requests as well as answering all calls and emails. This role is also responsible for providing printing and copying estimates directly to Pepperdine students, faculty and staff. This position will uphold and be well versed in all Pepperdine financial policies. The customer service liaison will also be the primary cash register attendant and will be responsible for reconciling the cash count at the end of the day as well as completing month end recharges and ordering paper and supplies for the department. This role will also support other members in the print shop and he/she will be cross trained to operate digital printers and bindery equipment as needed. This role will also be required to work, on occasion, in the printing services satellite office on the Malibu campus. They will be helping students to produce class projects including but not limited to: documents, posters, pamphlets, brochures and bound materials. 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.
Reproduction Clerk Malibu Campus
The reproduction clerk is responsible for setting up and operating the binding machines in the printing services department. This position creates books and other bound materials for Pepperdine students, faculty and staff. The reproduction clerk will also operate black and white as well as color printers and copier machines. This position provides valuable services to Pepperdine students, faculty and staff. Many areas of the University require bound materials for important meetings and handouts. This role will also be required to work, on occasion, in the printing services satellite office on the Malibu campus. They will be helping students to produce class projects including but not limited to: documents, posters, pamphlets, brochures and bound materials. 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.
Administrative Assistant and Event Coordinator for the Boone Center for the Family Malibu Campus
This position oversees the administrative needs of the Boone Center for the Family and provides comprehensive administrative assistance and support to the executive director, program directors, advisory board, and Savvy Chic committee and for various programs and events that the Center promotes. Contribution to the University's mission and strategic plan is made through the administrative assistant's continued work in the support of the Boone Center for the Family's mission to strengthen and promote healthy relationships in the lives of our current students, faculty and staff, alumni, and various churches and Christian organizations connected with the vision of Pepperdine.
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.
PsyD Program Administrative Assistant West LA Campus
Under the supervision of the PsyD Senior Program Administrator, the PsyD Program Administrative Assistant provides support on a broad range of tasks to the PsyD Program Director, faculty, staff, and administration in order to accomplish the functions, goals, and objectives of the Psychology Doctoral Program in the Psychology and Education Division. Tasks and responsibilities are determined by division priorities. The primary focus of the position is to support administrative activities to ensure that the functions, goals, and objectives of the office are accomplished and PsyD Division faculty and students are supported. The PsyD Program Administrative Assistant works closely with the PsyD Senior Program Administrator, PsyD Program Director, Associate Dean of Psychology, and PsyD Executive Committee to support the effective administration of the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) Program. The primary focus of the position is to assist in implementing the policies and procedures that govern the daily operation of program. Particular emphasis is placed on data and information management in student matriculation, clinical training, and career progression.
Executive Assistant to the Dean Malibu Campus
The primary purpose of the position of Executive Assistant to the Dean is to provide administrative support to the Dean and to manage the functions and responsibilities of the School of Law Dean's office effectively and efficiently. The Executive Assistant will provide accurate updating and confidential maintenance of correspondence/records; plan and implement events for the Dean's office in a professional and efficient manner; accurately and efficiently manage the Dean's communication flow and schedule; effectively interact with internal and external stakeholders/personnel in a helpful, responsive and respectful manner; acting as the Dean’s liaison to all constituents. The Executive Assistant to the Dean must maintain a flexible and responsive attitude and approach to completing tasks continually in a fast-paced environment, shifting priorities and tasks quickly and easily and completing all other assignments as assigned in a helpful and responsive manner.
Mail/Service Specialist 2 Malibu Campus
This position provides mail, inventory, move and setup services to the Malibu and Graduate Campuses. The position directly supports Pepperdine students, faculty and staff by ensuring timely delivery of mail, parcel services and the efficient setup of University events. This position provides valuable services to Pepperdine students, faculty and staff. The timely and efficient management of mail and especially parcels is essential to Pepperdine students and University operations. The position supports important and high profile event setups and department moves. The position also manages mail retail operations for the benefit of the students.
Assistant to the Director of Debate Malibu Campus
This position assists with the direction of the debate program, developing and supporting debate team initiatives including but not limited to the online global debate initiative, elementary enrichment program, competitive tournament travel, and on campus argument programming.
Financial Administrator West LA Campus
The Financial Administrator is to manage, track, and support all financial processes related to faculty members. This position facilitates and administers financial processes with various internal and external constituents. This candidate will contribute to the University's mission by providing financial and administrative support to the faculty so that they can focus on providing an enhanced academic experience to students.
Manager, Insurance and Risk Malibu Campus
The Manager, Insurance & Risk oversees the daily operations of the department to assist in maintaining a safe and healthly environment for the campus community. Duties include working with the university insurance portfolio, maintaining the driver database and fleet roster, researching and developing emergency plans, and providing high quality customer service. This position collaborates regularly with internal constituents across the University and external constituents. The Manager is supervised by the Director, Insurance & Risk. The Office of Insurance & Risk supports Pepperdine’s mission by facilitating risk discussions and partnering with individuals and departments to develop sound mitigation strategies that enable them to achieve their vision and objectives without compromising the health and safety of the community.
Manager, Plumbing and Electrical Services Malibu Campus
Under direction of the Director of the Department of Facilities Services (DFS), manages all aspects of the Electrical and Plumbing Services division to ensure an efficiently functioning, safe, and clean environment in which the University can live, learn, and work. Manage Electrical and Plumbing Services personnel and oversee relevant construction, repair, and renovation work utilizing plans, specifications, and verbal instructions. Collaborate with DFS and other University departments to initiate and deliver high quality projects in a timely manner.
Student Employment Professional Development Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Student Employment Professional Development Coordinator is responsible for creating and facilitating student-outcome-focused professional development for student employees and their hiring managers. Ensuring that working as a student is a high-impact educational practice, this position will promote best practices, develop resources for supervisors, address student employment policies, and provide student employees with necessary job skills. This position will also help students have quality student employment learning experiences. Participating in student employment has been shown to have high correlation with employability at graduation. Students who are mentored by Pepperdine supervisors gain real world work experiences, are prepared to enter a competitive job market, and live lives of purpose, service, and leadership.
Enrollment Services Processor Online Programs (Restricted) West LA Campus
The Enrollment Services Processor Online Programs (Restricted) is responsible for managing work flow to meet deadlines as well as maintaining and updating business processes. This position ensures the University stays up to date in the knowledge and use of multiple data systems, including but not limited to PeopleSoft, SalesForce, data imaging systems, and online application systems. The candidate will also be responsible for collecting and tracking admissions files and creating and coordinating communication among students regarding admission status. In addition, the Enrollment Services Processor will be charged with maintaining SEVIS and international student data collection and performing process audits on student enrollment processes to ensure matriculation.
Coordinator, Recruitment West LA Campus, Malibu Campus
This position provides administrative support to the Recruitment department through efficient management of resources, excellent customer service and effective coordination of assigned tasks. This position directly supports the University's mission and strategic plan by sharing our commitment to transform students' lives through education by supporting prospective student efforts to join the Pepperdine learning community.
Manager, Environmental Health & Safety Malibu Campus
Under general supervision of the Chief Human Resources Officer, provides strategic leadership for campus-wide safety and environmental health programs.
Assistant to the Associate Dean, Operations Malibu Campus
The primary purpose of the Assistant to the Associate Dean of Operations is to ensure that the administrative functions for the office of the Associate Dean are effectively and efficiently managed. These functions include but are not limited to: communications coordination, event planning, calendar scheduling, records management, scheduling faculty office assignments and serving as faculty liaison in Malibu, collecting and analyzing application data, travel scheduling and alumni communications, purchasing and budgetary control, special projects, as assigned. This position supports the University mission as the face and representative of the values of Pepperdine to those arriving at the office of the Associate Dean, Operations This role supports the efforts of the Associate Dean in preparing students for lives of service, purpose and leadership.
Irvine Graduate Campus Coordinator Irvine Graduate Campus
General responsibility for carrying out the work tasks assigned by the Lead Coordinator at the Irvine Graduate Campus which has 25 classrooms and serves approximately 1,000 students per trimester. Some maintenance and repair of the furniture, fixtures and equipment used in the Campus's classrooms. Sets up classroom seating and class instruction configuration daily for evening classes, day-time rental activities, and various other programs and events. Interfaces with faculty and students to assure facility comfort and cleanliness standards, including HVAC, janitorial, classrooms, restrooms, break rooms and open hallway areas.
Financial Aid Advisor Malibu Campus
The Financial Aid Advisor is responsible for counseling undergraduate and graduate students and maintaining electronic student files. Counsel and assist both prospective and current students/parents on the financial assistance process. Analyze FAFSA data, federal IRS tax transcripts and financial verification documents. Establish financial need and generate financial assistance award packages including federal, state, institutional awards/loans accordingly. Perform verification on student files that are selected by the federal processors and on student files that are institutionally selected. Process both departmental and outside awards, as well as state grants. Responsible for knowing and following policies and regulations pertaining to all federal, state, university, and private financial assistance as applicable. Interact with departments to coordinate various student services. Uphold the University mission through work performed; and other related duties as assigned.

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