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Graduate Programs Coordinator & Assistant to the Director of Strategic Initiatives Malibu Campus
The Graduate Programs Assistant reports to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and provides support for three graduate law programs and one J.D. certificate program: Master of Laws (LLM) in Entertainment, Media and Sports Law (EMS); Master of Laws (LLM) in United States Law; an online Master's Degree in Legal Studies; and a Certificate in EMS. The Program Assistant is responsible for administrative duties associated with the marketing, recruitment, admissions, and student support aspects of the programs. This role requires the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Excellent organization and communication skills are essential. The Program Assistant not only works with a large amount of information (processing and maintenance) but is also the face/voice of the programs, representing the programs and School of Law to potential students while providing support to current students. The position would provide a great deal of variety in day-to-day work and room to grow based on your interests and skill sets.
Student Administrative Services Advisor Malibu Campus
The Student Services Advisor is to serve as front-line representative for Student Administrative Services' OneStop department.
Health and Wellness Education Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Health and Wellness Education Coordinator will help coordinate and deliver proactive health, mental health, and other wellness programs to help students avoid difficulties and seek help as needed.
Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Housing and Residence Life Malibu Campus
The Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Housing and Residence Life (HRL) provides leadership for the Pepperdine on-campus Housing and Residence Life program.
Manager, International Recruitment Malibu Campus
This position assists the Director in the development and implementation of recruitment strategies to identify and enroll academic and mission-fit international students. Additionally, this position is responsible as the primary reader of international admissions files from designated territories.
HVAC-R Maintenance Technician Malibu Campus
Under the direction of the Lead HVAC-R Technician for the department of Facilities Services (DFS) and in collaboration with your colleagues, perform all duties related to the maintenance operation for all HVAC-R equipment throughout campus facilities.
Building Maintenance Technician 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.
Admission Counselor, Seaver College Malibu Campus
The Seaver College Office of Admission's purpose is to facilitate the recruitment, selection, and enrollment of undergraduate students. As a member of the Admission Committee, an Admission Counselor is charged with recruiting and selecting high school and transfer college students who fit both the academic and Christian mission of the university while maintaining, if not improving, the overall gender, geographical and ethnic diversity of the campus.
Assistant Director, Digital Media Communications Malibu Campus
The purpose of this position is to design/manage online participation for alumni, including website, online benefits, and promotional and informational marketing. This position contributes to the University's mission by helping the process of developing alumni who lead "lives of purpose, service and leadership". It supports Goal 3 of the University strategic plan through "building community and enduring alumni loyalty" by engaging alumni in Pepperdine online communities and digital media platforms.
Irrigation Technician/Landscaper 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 landscape tasks to ensure the success and good appearance of campus landscaping and athletics facilities.
Director of Externship and Pro Bono Programs and Adjunct Professor for Academic Success and Bar Preparation Malibu Campus
The Director of Externship and Pro Bono Programs responsibilities will include direction of the School of Law's externship program, including extensive student advising, teaching in diverse modes and settings, extensive communication with field placements and supervisors, and records management. The pro bono program direction will involve significant student advising and counseling, recruiting and creating pro bono placements and opportunities, and records management. These responsibilities are anticipated to comprise approximately one-half to three-fourths of the successful applicant's total responsibilities. The Adjunct Professor for Academic Success and Bar Preparation responsibilities will involve teaching responsibilities and student office hours in the law school's academic success and bar preparation courses, and additional responsibilities for developing, coordinating, and implementing a program that supports the School of Law's commitment to academic success in law school and success on the bar exam. These responsibilities are anticipated to comprise approximately one-fourth to one-half of the successful applicant's total responsibilities. The successful applicant will report to the School of Law's Director of Clinical Education and to the Associate Dean for Student Success, will work closely with the Clinical Program Manager, will closely direct and monitor more than 100 students per term in externships and pro bono practice, and will supervise ASP and Bar Exam Workshop student teaching fellows. This position contributes to the University's mission and strategic plan by providing first-class service to the university's law students, aiding in academic counseling, success, and teaching while also strengthening students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.
Accountant Calabasas Campus
Pepperdine University is looking for a degreed Accountant with a solid work ethic, excellent judgment, and a desire to build a long-term career with us. The Accountant will be highly organized, detailed-oriented, and have outstanding accounting analytical and problem-solving abilities. It is important to work effectively and efficiently with minimal oversight, but also function well within a team environment.
Assistant to the Dean of Enrollment Management Malibu Campus
To provide office, staff, technical, and administrative support for the Dean of Enrollment Management; serve as a contact point to provide assistance for current Seaver students, faculty, staff and prospective students and their families throughout the enrollment process. By supporting leadership within Seaver Enrollment Management, this position supports the development of strategic enrollment and operational goals for growing Seaver in volume, mission-fit, diversity, and academic quality of students. Furthermore, by training front line staff members and individually serving prospective and current students in a way that provides a personal touch, customer service, and a sense of community to increase satisfaction, this position generates goodwill and a favorable impression to students during times of transition.
Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement Malibu Campus
The Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement seeks to increase alumni loyalty through events, programs, and e-communication with the ultimate goal of "building community and enduring alumni loyalty". This position will assist in developing alumni engagement strategies for local, regional, and national events.
Project Manager, IT Client Services Malibu Campus
The Project Manager, IT Client Services supports a technology vision and provides the operational execution for development and implementation of integrated enterprise-wide business technology solutions. Applies and promotes IT project management framework and processes for Client Services. Provides routine reports on division and project progress, conducts needs analysis, and recommends both project and business process improvements. Facilities interdepartmental tasks for related IT projects, works with stakeholders in conjunction with various IT areas to see tasks to completion.
Editorial Assistant West LA Campus
The Editorial Assistant reports to the Academic Editor and assists in all facets of publishing the Graziadio Business Review (GBR), including editing, writing, proofing, tracking articles and the peer review process, expanding social media and networking, as well as other duties as assigned.
Executive Assistant to the Dean of Students & Manager of the Parris Institute Malibu Campus
To provide adequate and effective administrative assistance to the Dean of Students and managing all functions and responsibilities of his/her office while also managing the Parris Institute for Professional Formation and all related programs. This position is responsible for the timely and accurate completion of all projects for the Dean of Students Office and effectively interacting with internal and external stakeholders in a helpful, responsive, and professional manner. This position supports and contributes to the University's mission and strategic plan by developing and maintaining programs to enhance student experience through the Parris Institute (including but not limited to the Preceptor Program, Student Mentor Program, Launch Week, and the Parris Workshops for Professional Formation), while also effectively assisting and executing all initiatives of the Dean of Students (including but not limited to student life, diversity initiatives, and spiritual life).
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.
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.
Assistant Director, Relationship IQ Program, Boone Center for the Family Malibu Campus
The Assistant Director of the Relationship IQ Program for the Boone Center for the Family (BCFF) at Pepperdine University provides management and leadership for the Relationship IQ Program (rIQ). The primary responsibility of the program is to serve the relationship and spiritual needs of the University’s students. Each year the rIQ program hosts approximately 15-20 campus events. The Assistant Director guides the direction and focus of rIQ expanding its reach and brand; the assistant director writes, edits, publishes and coordinates materials; writes grant proposals; trains leaders; presents seminars and workshops locally and nationally. The Assistant Director is also an integral part of the Boone Center for the Family team, working on other projects as directed. Additional responsibilities include (but are not limited to), conducting research for program analysis and development, remaining up to date in the field of relationship education and young adult research, overseeing website content and development, and seeking out additional funding opportunities.

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