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Post a Job Opening

Pepperdine Law School uses the Symplicity Career Services Manager (CSM) for job postings. (Symplicity is also known as JDConnect.)

To post a job to Symplicity, you must first login or register as a new user on Pepperdine's Symplicity system. The process of registering and posting a position often takes less than five minutes. Symplicity is available to employers free of charge.

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Following registration you will receive an email containing your initial password and some helpful information concerning the Symplicity system.

After receiving approval from the Career Development Office, the job posting will be active for an initial period. After the initial period, the posting may be extended as needed.

Please contact the CDO if you have any questions.

Pepperdine Non-Discrimination Policy

Pepperdine University School of Law does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of any status or condition protected by applicable federal or state law in administration of its educational policies, admissions, financial aid, employment, educational programs, or activities. This includes discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or veteran status. The School of Law does not discriminate against any person on the basis of any sexual orientation which such person may have. However, sexual conduct outside of marriage is inconsistent with the school's religious traditions and values. Therefore, as a matter of moral and faith witness, the faculty, staff, and students of the School of Law are expected to avoid such conduct themselves and the encouraging of it in others. This also includes unlawful sexual harassment, which is a violation of University standards as well as state and federal laws. I state that our employment practices do not violate Pepperdine University School of Law's Equal Employment Opportunity Policy.