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Administrative Assistant, Fine Arts Division Malibu Campus
This position supports [faculty as they fulfill their duties to the university] and students’ academic development at the undergraduate level as they explore their God-given gifts as young artists. In addition, this position mentors student workers preparing them to become servant-minded leaders in their chosen professions.
Rise Program Specialist Malibu Campus
The Resilience-Informed Skills Education Program (RISE) Coordinator will coordinate and deliver resilience education and programs to students. The coordinator will equip, empower and educate students with wellness skills and resources to promote life-long resilience. This position will partner and collaborate with other departments, as needed to promote student health and wellness. This is a restricted part-time position.
Administrative Clerk Malibu Campus
This position provides administrative support to the students, faculty and staff of the Natural Science Division. Helping the Division be a place of learning and growth.
Administrative Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Administrative Coordinator provides primary administrative support to an Associate Vice President and University Title IX Coordinator. This position contributes to the administrative support that is needed to address ongoing institutional functions, such as student care and critical response (e.g., sexual assault response and critical care), and RISE. This position also provides administrative support to the Associate Dean of Planning, Operations, and Assessment.
Director of Student Convocation, Seaver College Malibu Campus
The Director of Student Convocation leads and manages all aspects of the college’s convocation/chapel programming. In this role, the director has an integral voice in shaping the spiritual life experience of all Seaver College students and ensuring that the convocation program advances the University's Christian mission.
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.
PGBS Adjunct Faculty Pool Malibu Campus, West LA Campus, Irvine Graduate Campus, Calabasas 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 contribute to the University and PGBS missions and to teach on various Pepperdine campuses, especially in Malibu and Calabasas.  Learn more about our programs on our website.
M.A. Associate Coordinator, Clinical Training and Professional Development Coordinator Malibu Campus
The primary purpose of this position is responsibility for clinical training and professional development that focuses on clinically relevant resources to students enrolled in the Daytime and Evening Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. The position is located at the Malibu campus. Duties include: providing on-going support to students, assisting student in securing placement at a practicum site, managing administrative details related to existing and new practicum site partnerships, and developing professional development resources and events for MACLP program. A portion of the time will be spent auditing and keeping internal files on Digital Management System and social media content/digital resources (i.e. video content/tutorials, slides, and handouts, etc) up to date.
Project Assistant Malibu Campus
The purpose of this position is to assist in design, construction, remodel, and campus planning requests for the Department of Design and Construction (DDC).
Financial Aid Advisor West LA Campus
As a Christian University, Pepperdine is committed to serving students with a holistic approach to address their individual needs in a supportive, student-centered environment. The Financial Aid Advisor’s primary responsibility is to promote a student-centered environment by engaging and supporting students with all aspects of the financial aid process at GSEP with care, compassion, and professionalism. This position also provides assistance with federal and institutional aid processing as well as administers key functions to ensure seamless student financial aid services, contributes to effective enrollment management and assures customers' satisfaction.
Senior ERP Developer Remote
This position is responsible for providing high-level technical expertise and developing solutions using Oracle Peoplesoft Development tools and related technologies with the goal of providing the Pepperdine Community with a stable, reliable, and easy-to-use Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. The role may provide mentorship to junior developers.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Development, School of Public Policy Malibu Campus
The Associate Vice Chancellor for Development at Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy is responsible for building prospect and donor relationships, raising financial support, and increasing the donor base for Pepperdine's School of Public Policy (SPP). This position focuses primarily on major and principal gift donors with a capacity to make gifts of $50K to $5M. The Associate Vice Chancellor will also be responsible for building alumni engagement and strengthening relationships with SPP alumni. The success of our mission to strengthen lives for purpose, service, and leadership depends largely 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. This position also helps to build enduring alumni loyalty in keeping with the University's strategic plan.
Financial Aid Advisor Malibu Campus
The Financial Aid Advisor is responsible for counseling undergraduate and graduate students and maintaining electronic student files.
Student Records Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Student Records Coordinator serves as a generalist providing critical and strategic support in all the functional areas of the Office of Student Information and Services, specifically in the records and front-line departments. This position will offer courteous, effective, sensitive, timely and accurate service to students and all constituents within the community at large. By handling all issues with professionalism, purpose, care and diligence, this position will require the staff member to faithfully represent the mission of the University
Box Office and Patron Communications Manager Malibu Campus
Connect patrons to performances at the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine. Manage ticket inventory, develop communications strategies, perform community outreach, gain and retain patrons, create goals for sales and patron engagement, and report on sales and patron engagement outcomes. This position connects Pepperdine and the richly varied communities of Los Angeles and surrounding communities by presenting a positive image, serving university donors and patrons, building and maintaining relationships within the university and the surrounding community, and supporting the financial viability of the Center for the Arts.
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 the internal constituents across the University and external constituents. This position is supervised by the Director of Insurance and Risk.
Assistant Director of Career Services Malibu Campus
The Assistant Director of Career Services will execute the primary functions of the Office of Student Services related to the tasks associated with career services, professional development, and alumni affairs, providing full-service professional development coaching, career services, and alumni affairs for enrolled degree-seeking School of Public Policy students in on-ground and online programs and School of Public Policy program alumni.
Controller Calabasas Campus
Pepperdine is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. Reporting to the chief financial officer (CFO), the Controller is responsible for day-to-day finance operations and supervises a team of 35 staff members, including functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cashier, collections, credit cards, finance systems, payroll, purchasing, and tax. The Controller ensures Pepperdine University has the internal controls, systems and procedures in place to safeguard assets, produce accurate and timely financial reporting, and support exceptional customer service. S/he will be the resident GAAP expert, with deep and current experience in financial reporting and fund accounting. In addition, the Controller will partner with the CFO to mentor and promote the professional development of all members of the Finance team.
Associate Director, Data Acquisition and Integrity Calabasas Campus
The Associate Director, Data Acquisition and Integrity will work with the Director of Advancement Services to supervise and manage all data acquisition and integrity projects for Advancement for the purpose of maintaining system integrity. This individual serves as the primary program administrator, and assigns multiple data cleanup projects and other efforts related to researching and updating incomplete or missing information on alumni and donors. This position also writes queries to extract data for data-cleansing and enhancement and helps resolve data issues, troubleshoots system problems and assesses priorities.
PsyD Program Administrative Assistant West LA Campus
Under the supervision of the PsyD Senior Program Administrator, the PsyD 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, the Associate Dean of Psychology, and the Psy.D. Executive Committee to support the effective administration of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) 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.

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