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Associate Director, Admission West LA Campus
The Associate Director will be an integral member of the Admission Office at the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the department, supervising a team, leading the documentation of business processes, as well as providing leadership, oversight and project management. The Associate Director will play a key role in the development and administration of business practices, admission processes, audit reports, and problem solving key issues related to application data/policies/procedures. This position will lead efforts related to staff development and coaching as well as work closely with the Director to develop strategies for department efficiencies, systems optimization and enhancements.
Advancement Gift Coordinator Calabasas Campus
The basic purpose of the Advancement Gift Coordinator is to receive and process donations given to the university. University Advancement oversees the relationship between Pepperdine and its alumni, neighbors, and friends. This position strives to ensure that University administration is advised of gift donations as soon as possible, that gift information is accessible to all personnel through the imaging system, and that all donors are acknowledged in a timely manner. Errors in judgment and processing can cause poor public relations and complications with internal university communications.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni and Parent Engagement Malibu Campus
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni and Parent Engagement is responsible for the strategy, leadership, and oversight of Pepperdine’s alumni affairs and parent engagement programs, and serves as a front-line fundraiser to increase alumni participation and giving. This highly motivated and professional individual serves as a departmental leader, contributing to the success of Advancement’s strategy and operations to increase alumni and parent engagement. Reporting to the Vice President for Advancement and Chief Development Office, this individual sits on the Vice President’s executive leadership team, working closely with the Vice President to identify opportunities to engage alumni and parents across Pepperdine’s five schools.
Research and Instruction Librarian (Instructional Support) Malibu Campus
The Research and Instruction Librarian provides research assistance to students and faculty, teaches information literacy classes, and serves as a liaison to faculty in assigned subject areas. This position, which enjoys faculty status, supports the University's mission of promoting academic excellence and Christian values by helping students and faculty conduct research, teaching information literacy classes, and developing a strong collection of library materials. Recent M.L.I.S. graduates are encouraged to apply; Pepperdine Libraries is committed to providing training, mentoring, and other forms of support to encourage the growth of the person in this position. The desired candidate for this position possesses a creative outlook.
Administrative Services Coordinator Malibu Campus
The Administrative Services Coordinator represents the highest standards of excellence and the very best of Pepperdine as a front line ambassador, greeting guests and ensuring all inquiries to Human Resources receive a swift and accurate response. This position provides administrative and operational support for the entire Human Resources department, assisting with scheduling, communications, inventory, filing, and special projects as needed.
Program Coordinator, EMBA and PKE Program Administration West LA Campus
The position supports the operations of the Executive MBA (EMBA) as well as the Presidents and Key Executives MBA (PKE) programs at the Graziadio Business School through excellent administrative service, effective event coordination, and detailed processing of financial transactions. The EMBA and PKE Programs Office serves as the primary operational infrastructure for the management and delivery of our executive MBA programs designed for executive-level working professionals.
Industry Specialist: Communication, Arts, & Entertainment Malibu Campus
Serves as critical member of Seaver College Career Center team. Provides customized industry specific support for students and alumni, as well as employers within the areas of communications, arts/fine arts, media, marketing, and entertainment. Provides tailored internship, job search, and graduate school coaching for students and alumni as well as sourcing and recruiting support for employers.
Academic Advisor, Full-Time Program Administration Malibu Campus
This position supports the academic progress, retention, and successful program completion of students enrolled in the full-time programs offered at the Graziadio Business School. The position also assists in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of program advisement protocols and initiatives that enhance the value and effectiveness of services provided by the Programs Office.
Financial Assistance Office Manager Malibu Campus
The Financial Assistance Office Manager manages all front desk responsibilities. These include, but are not limited to, hiring and supervising student workers (who are the primary point of contact for students, families and other departments), routing emails, incoming mail, phone calls, walk-in traffic, scheduling appointments and assisting students and families with appeals. This position will serve as the main point-of-contact for students, families, and student workers, working to communicate effectively with them on an intellectual, emotional, and spiritual level to ensure they understand the financial assistance process.
Executive Assistant to the President Malibu Campus
The executive assistant to the president assists in the day-to-day administrative and clerical work essential for the smooth operation of the Office of the President. The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks, and will be able to work independently and collaboratively. This person must be exceedingly well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting an office with diverse projects and priorities. The ability to interact with donors, faculty, staff, and students in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality is crucial to this role. This position must utilize problem-solving skills on a myriad of levels, from re-arranging complex schedules to revising and refining existing policies. It is vital for this position to be able to assess the status quo and the desired final product, and then create an appropriate action plan. Advanced written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making ability and attention to detail are equally important.
Graphic Designer Calabasas Campus
The Graphic Designer plays a vital role in leading the creative communications process for Pepperdine University and its five schools. As part of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) at Pepperdine, this position is responsible for many of the University's high profile communications pieces and serves a key communication liaison for the team. Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Creative, the Graphic Designer will assist the assistant director and other IMC staff in designing major communications pieces that reach Pepperdine’s largest, external audiences. The Graphic Designer has the tools to create, integrate, analyze, synthesize and visualize vast amounts of information. Collaborates with production artists, photographers, illustrators, prepress technicians, printers, developers, and anyone else who is involved in the development of a project.
Admissions Specialist Malibu Campus
The Admissions Specialist supports all business processes for prospective students and applicants during the recruitment and application cycle each year.
International Student Services Specialist Malibu Campus
The International Student Services Specialist serves as a frontline staff member, providing additional DSO support to the Office of International Student Services. This position is the first point of contact for visiting prospective students and families, as well as enrolled Pepperdine international students, from assisting with the check-in process to identifying resources to best assist students with their questions or needs. Additionally, this position serves as the Executive Assistant to the Director. This position is charged to represent the OISS and University mission to students and the community as a University ambassador.
Senior Client Technologies Analyst, Tech Central Malibu Campus
Located at one of our Southern California campuses, the Senior Client Technologies Analyst provides quality technology assistance, support, and training to faculty, staff, students, and other constituents of Pepperdine University.
Director of Development, Planned Giving Malibu Campus
The Director of Development for Planned Giving works with internal and external constituents to strengthen the advancement work of the University, specifically, the planned giving efforts of the Center for Estate and Gift Planning. Specializing in the financial aspect of planned giving, this individual is responsible for securing legacy gifts to Pepperdine University and stewarding long-term relationships with planned giving donors. The individual in this role works with current and potential donors to establish planned gifts, major gifts, and in-kind gifts to support the mission of Pepperdine University. Planned giving provides critical support for Pepperdine students, faculty, schools, and programs, allowing Pepperdine to achieve and maintain the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values and to strengthen students for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. Planned giving fundraising is an essential component to meeting the University’s fundraising goals and strategic plans.
Campus Programs Coordinator Malibu Campus
Maintain and support large-scale, campus-wide traditions that contribute to student engagement and learning. As a staff member in Student Affairs who works closely with students, this position serves as a Christian role model and promotes a biblical world view to students. Creates a lively, vibrant, and thriving campus culture where students look forward to and participate in campus traditions. Students engage in community, enjoy positive experiences outside of the classroom, and eventually become loyal alumni through the efforts of this staff member.
Development Operations Manager Malibu Campus
The Development Operations Manager serves as a partner to the Vice Chancellor for Development and Vice Chancellor for Prospect Development and Data Integrity in the management of the office, business processes, and continuity cross-departmentally. The individual in this role will be the point person for inquiries to the development office and serves as the development liaison to other departments within advancement.
Office Manager and Engagement Specialist Malibu Campus
The Office Manager and Engagement Specialist oversees the daily operations of the Engagement & Mass Appeal department, assists in outreach, marketing, and event planning initiatives, and supports the goals of the department to further their advancement efforts.
Strategy Support Manager Malibu Campus
The Strategy Support Manager serves as a partner to the front-line fundraisers in Advancement to reach the University's fundraising goals. This individual serves a unique purpose in the donor strategy and cultivation cycle, working in partnership with prospect development staff to equip fundraisers with the resources and support required to succeed throughout the donor cultivation cycle. This position requires in-person collaboration with a number of University constituents, supervisors, donors, and friends of the University in order to best fulfill the duties of the job.
Manager, Insurance and Risk Malibu Campus
The Manager of Insurance and Risk oversees the daily operations of the department to assist in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for the campus community. Duties include working with the university insurance portfolio, maintaining the driver database and fleet roster, assisting with maintaining the department budget, administering claims and loss control measures, 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 of Insurance and Risk. The Office of Insurance and Risk supports Pepperdine’s mission by managing the institution’s insurance portfolio, 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.

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