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Instructional Technologist Malibu Campus
The School of Law Information Services team provides technology services and systems to the Caruso Law community with a focus on excellent customer service, standards-based solutions, all in a timely, effective, and professional manner. This position, as part of this team, provides expert, specialized support in teaching and learning solutions.
Employment Specialist Malibu Campus
The Employment Specialist is responsible for managing data integrity in all HR systems through routine auditing, tracking, reporting, and maintenance, with a focus on faculty onboarding and contract management. Reporting to the Manager of Employment and Total Compensation, this role requires strong attention to detail paired with the ability to think critically and strategically to support the mission of Pepperdine University and the vision of Human Resources.
Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer Malibu Campus
The Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer is the senior leader of the University’s Advancement area, reports to the President, is a member of the President’s Steering Team, and serves as a co-liaison to the Board of Regents for the Advancement and Public Affairs Committee. The Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer is responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive institutional advancement strategy that includes both carrying on successful legacy elements and instituting new ideas to enhance University relationships and fundraising. This includes the analysis, planning, execution, and evaluation of fundraising, alumni affairs, and university events - and the oversight and management of these departments. Because relationship development is so critical to the success of these areas, the Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer is specifically charged with cultivating new and deeper partnerships with key stakeholders, including alumni, donors, foundations, corporations, government and community leaders, board members, and friends. This must be coordinated and managed through a staff of approximately 100 full-time employees in the advancement, fundraising, alumni affairs, and university events teams. In addition to creativity and strategic thinking, this position requires an individual with exemplary leadership skills, sound financial and personnel management, and a collaborative working style.
Executive Assistant to the Provost Malibu Campus
This position provides administrative support to the Provost and oversees the daily operations of the Provost’s office. Working closely with the deans of each school, the President’s office, the Registrar’s office, the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Affairs, Information Technology, and Student Accessibility, this position provides support for academic and co-curricular programs, spiritual formation, and diversity initiatives.
Senior ERP Developer, EIS Calabasas Campus
Individuals within the ERP Applications Development career progression work closely with clients, business analysts, and team members to understand the business requirements that drive the analysis and design of quality technical solutions for the development and operation of ERP systems. They typically design, test and debug ERP software, while also providing client support, consultation, and subject matter expertise for day-to-day operations, maintenance and support. ERP developers ensure that all ERP applications are in compliance with the organization's architectural standards. ERP Applications Developers configure, analyze, design, develop, and maintain ERP program codes and applications to support business processes and functions. They also work on elements of large, complex installations. ERP Applications Development professionals typically design, test, and debug ERP software. They assist in such day-to-day operations as troubleshooting problems arising from regular use, production support, and maintaining the ERP platform. They develop scripts for data merging and migration and assist in the development of ERP interfaces to internal and external systems. ERP developers have experience in systems design and have a solid understanding of application development, database development, application, and system testing, and integration methodologies. ERP Applications Development professionals may work as individual contributors, team members, or as technical team leaders. They understand the technical environments upon which the ERP application is run and work closely with database planning and infrastructure operations. They also provide client support, consultation, and subject matter expertise for day-to-day operations, maintenance, and support.
University Field Supervisor Pool- Graduate School of Education and Psychology M.A. in Teaching West LA Campus
The University Field Supervisor (UFS) serves as a liaison between candidates, mentor teachers, and university personnel. They support, observe, and evaluate multiple or single subject pre-service teacher candidates for effective practices and dispositions toward teaching. UFS positions are temporary positions, based on need and availability in a geographical area. Pepperdine UFSs hold an important role in helping teacher candidates successfully navigate the transition from student to educator by supporting, observing, conferencing, providing constructive criticism, and walking alongside them in their clinical experiences. Pepperdine seeks individuals willing to share expertise and knowledge with candidates in this period of personal and professional growth.
Mobile Web Developer Calabasas Campus
The Mobile Web Developer is responsible for the development and growth of the mobile app presence for Pepperdine University. As part of Integrated Marketing Communications, this position will develop and oversee the web-based app developed and used for the Pepperdine Unified Mobile app and other specialized applications. The mobile web developer provides additional technological support to the web-based technology operations of the University that drive recruitment, fundraising, and community engagement. This role will interact directly with internal customers to understand business needs and software requirements, create proof-of-concepts and build production-quality programming code. The Mobile Web Developer will use his or her skills with HTML, CSS, and other development languages to support Pepperdine’s web platforms across the University. Major systems and initiatives involving this position include mobile app administration, mobile development, and web management and support. This position reports to the Director of Digital Marketing. 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 mobile web developer fulfills a central role in helping the department accomplish its goals.

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